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Today's Sports

  • Athletics physical exams for $10...

    Official Kentucky High School Athletic Association Physical exams for Marion County athletes in seventh through the 10th grades will be offered for only $10 on June 13. The exams are being offered by Marion County Community Education and KORT Physical Therapy.

  • Dirt Bowl is June 29-30

    The Fourth Annual Dirt Bowl will be held Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30 at Cleaver Court. Tip off will be at 1 p.m. You must be signed up no later than 11 a.m. to play.  
    If you would like to play, contact Jackie Furmon Moffitt at (502) 619-2486 or Mary Cowherd at 692-7797.

  • Linescores, June 12

    11-12 Little League Baseball
    Standings as of June 6
    Mets                 10-2
    Angels               6-5
    Bluejays             6-6
    Reds                  5-7
    Diamondbacks    2-9

    June 3
    Mets 7, Angels 1

  • Looking for bass? Then prepare...

    I had an announcement in my last week’s article about the Kid’s Fishing Derby at Sportsman Lake last Saturday.
    Unfortunately the article got cut and never made it to print. Not sure why, but sometimes it happens!
    Anyway, we had a good turnout and the kids all enjoyed themselves. Thanks go out to everyone who helped, especially the Mid-KY Bass Anglers and the Washington County High School Bass Club.
    A special thanks to Jason Spalding for organizing this years’ event.

  • Leave it better than you found it

    By Dennis George

    Golf Columnist

  • Rain dampens hare scramble

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise Correspondent

  • With Honors: Baseball field...

    There is an old saying; an elephant never forgets. Well, neither does a community. On Tuesday, Field A1 at Graham Memorial Park was renamed as Jo. Bell Field in honor of the late Lebanon police chief. A large group of people in attendance heard Bell’s fiancé Susan “Sissy” Yokum, as well as Mayor Gary Crenshaw and City Administrator John O. Thomas, spoke about Bell’s love for youth sports. A large sign in his honor sits behind the fence in the outfield, and a plaque was installed at Graham Memorial Park.
     

  • Kentucky senior all-stars beat...

    The Kentucky Junior All-Stars landed the first blow against the Kentucky Senior All-Stars in a girls basketball exhibition Monday night at Marion County High School.
    But it was the senior all-stars who won by technical knockout, 94-62.
    China Dow of Christian Academy set the pace for the seniors with 30 points, but Marion County’s Makayla Epps helped put the game away with 25 points. Epps, this year’s Miss Basketball, scored 21 points, including five three-pointers, in the second half.

  • Athletics physical exams for $10...
  • If you spot a fawn, know a doe...

    By Officer B.J. McCoy

    Fish and Wildlife Officer