Today's Sports

  • Lebanon Tennis Open
  • Planning ahead for dove and...

     Last week I spoke of how, except for wild turkeys, most all our hunting seasons start on or after Sept. 1.

    I now stand corrected! Our 2013 squirrel season started last week. Early on during this season you can experience some things nature has to offer. You have the pre-dawn, you have a hicker nut tree, and you have a quarry.

  • The Game Plan, Aug. .14

    Aug. 15


    Quad scrimmage: Green County, Pulaski County (and Washington County at  Marion County, 5:30 p.m


    Knights at Green County


    Knights at Russell County, 6 p.m. (scrimmage)


    Aug. 17

  • Play the ball that fits your game

    By Dennis George

    Golf Columnist

    Bridgestone Golf is running a series of golf ball commercials that are both extremely humorous and informative.

  • Knights have high hopes for 2013...

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise correspondent

    For the last 10 years, Coach Jeff Robbins has led the Knights football team through good times and bad. Last year, they finished with a 2-9 record. This year however, they have higher hopes.

    “I look for us to be more competitive overall,” Robbins said. 

  • Knights golfers in full swing

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise Correspondent

    Since July 15, the Marion County golf team has been practicing and even competing. In fact, they have already been on the road and recently competed in surrounding counties and abroad.

    And even though they are a few strokes behind, they are still optimistic. 

  • Get ready: Dove season just...

     It’s almost here! In about two and a half weeks it all starts. 

    So, what starts? Well, pretty much the 2014 hunting season, that’s what!

    I know, Sept. 1 seems to be fairly late in the year to start hunting. But think about it. We have dove, squirrel, rabbit, deer, ducks and geese, all starting in the fall, with dove coming first. About the only thing we can hunt any earlier in 2014 would be turkeys.

  • Cross country team begins 2013...

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise Correspondent

    They can run like the wind!

    On Monday, Aug. 12, the Marion County Cross Country team began practice for the fall season, and runners from the elementary and middle schools are participating on the team. 

    “We get a lot of middle school and elementary [students],” Coach Sherbie King said. 

  • House fire damages Spencer...

     A house fire early Wednesday morning damaged a home at 385 Spencer Hamilton Road.

    The Lebanon Police Dispatch received a call at 4:36 a.m. Aug. 7 reporting a lot of smoke in the area of the fire. The Loretto and Raywick Fire Departments were dispatched.

    By 4:38, the Lebanon Police Dispatch received a report of fire visible through the roof of the house. 

    Loretto Fire Chief Tommy Hamilton said the rear of the house received extensive fire damage, and the rest of the house received water and smoke damage.

  • Lady Knights Basketball Head...

    Lady Knights Head Basketball Coach Trent Milby has verbally accepted a position with Berea College.

    According to Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser, Milby has not officially signed a contract with Berea College and, therefore, hasn’t submitted a letter of resignation to the Marion County Public School distict.

    Milby said he doesn't want to make a comment about this until he signs a contract with Berea.