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Today's Opinions

  • Letter: Appalled by council

    After reading the Enterprise’s web story on the March 7 city council meeting, I am ashamed and appalled at all of you.

  • Letter: Chamber supports our tourism commission

    The Marion County Chamber of Commerce  Board of Directors is in support of the Lebanon Tourist and Convention  Commission. The chamber believes that the transient room and restaurant taxes should continue in order to support the commission’s initiatives.

  • Letter: Tourism has done much

    I worked for the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission for five years and have been with the tourism industry for almost six. I cannot express enough what a tragedy this would be if this tax and the office were taken away. I have seen firsthand all the wonderful things tourism has done for Lebanon and proud to say I was a part of it. 

  • Letter: Help The Caring Place

    At the start of this year, I decided that I needed to use my skills and experience to give back to this community, and to Kentucky, because when I needed help (in the 1980s), I got it right here in south central Kentucky. 

  • Penny wise

    The Lebanon City Council’s recent vote to eliminate the city’s restaurant tax, which would kill the local tourism commission, has created a buzz around town.

    But, it’s not a done deal yet.

    The council must approve two readings of an amendment to its tourism ordinance and that amendment must be published officially before the tax would end.

  • Letter: What was the point of drubbing?

    If I were Trent Milby, I would be ashamed of myself. I would like to know what the Marion County girls basketball coach was thinking during his team’s district-opening game against an obviously over-matched Campbellsville team last week.

    70-7 at halftime? Come on!

    Having superior teams, which Marion County does, cannot be avoided. 

  • Letter: What was the point of drubbing?

    If I were Trent Milby, I would be ashamed of myself. I would like to know what the Marion County girls basketball coach was thinking during his team’s district-opening game against an obviously over-matched Campbellsville team last week.

    70-7 at halftime? Come on!

    Having superior teams, which Marion County does, cannot be avoided. 

  • Letter: Gym is good for the fitness-minded

    This is about your article regarding exercise (Feb. 23 edition). I feel you were remiss for not mentioning Lebanon Health/Fitness Gym. They have everything a person could need to get and stay in shape, such as machines, trainers, etc. 

    The Silver Sneakers program is one of the best with an excellent trainer from right here in Lebanon. Several insurance providers cover the reasonable cost. Mine doesn’t, but I feel like I get my money’s worth every month.