• Letter: Consider contributing to Community Action

    Central Kentucky Community Action Council, Inc. is a private non-profit 501c3 organization that provides services to families of low income in our eight county service area – which includes Breckinridge, Grayson, Hardin, LaRue, Marion, Meade, Nelson and Washington counties. Our central office is located at 332 Hood Avenue in Lebanon. The agency employees 207 dedicated persons and operates with a $10 million annual budget.  

  • Letter: Exercise your right to be heard

    NGL pipelines. We’ve all heard about them. By now, we all have our opinions about them. But no one really thinks a private company should be allowed to seize land via eminent domain for its own profit making plans. Now is the time to act!
    Neighbors? These companies are not, nor will they be our neighbors! Neighbors live on the land, not merely speculate with it.

  • Letter: More than one NGL pipeline to watch
  • Letters to the editor - Dec. 25, 2013

    Our schools

  • Letter: Enterprise should be more sensitive

    I am the sister of Colin Whitfill, the Marion County teen who was in the  fatal car accident last week. Suffering from the sudden and tragic loss of  our brother and son is not an easy thing to be reminded of, but we do have  our good memories of Colin and those are the only reminders we need.

  • Letter: Firefighters did a good job

    We recently had an early morning house fire scare. The house filled with smoke, and we could not find the course so we called 911. The dispatcher notified the Gravel Switch Fire Department. 

    I should add that this was the worst weather night of the season. 

    It was sleeting, freezing rain, and snowing with temperatures in the teens. They arrived promptly, took control and began looking for the source of the smoke. It was hard work because of the type of construction of our house.

  • Letters to the editor - Dec. 11, 2013

    Dog gone
    On Dec. 5, I arrived home to hear a gruesome account of a brutal killing of a beautiful Akita dog. It was blond in color and it had visited my home off and on for three days. It won my heart over in such a short time. He was a big dog but a playful pup at heart.

  • Letters to the editor - Dec. 4, 2013

    In need of genealogy help
    I am writing to The Lebanon Enterprise to ask for the help of the residents of Marion and surrounding counties.

  • Letter to the editor - Nov. 27, 2013

    Marion County has nothing to be ashamed of
    I found the column entitled “Going down Marion County’s memory lane” published in the Nov. 13 edition of The Lebanon Enterprise to be quite interesting. Especially when I came across the name of my late father, George W. Trotter.

  • Letter to the editor - Nov. 20, 2013

    Maker’s Mark, you let your hometown down
    Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the shooting of a Marion County Sheriff Deputy. It was something that I thought I would never see happen in my hometown and it was something that hadn't happened here in over 100 years. The painful memories for Marion County and Rakes’ sisters and friends have not ceased.