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Government

  • Magistrate District 3 candidate – Larry Smith

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: Lawrence E. Smith
    Age: 57
    Address: 1110 McElroy Pike, Lebanon, Ky, 40033
    Email: larrymcwelding@gmail.com

    Educational background:
    1978 graduate of Washington Co. High school & Marion Co. Vocational school, CAD drawing & design school, certified welding course Hayes Laboratory, also Commonwelth of Kentucky boiler contractors lincense.

    Work experience:

  • Magistrate District 4 candidate – Jackie Fogle

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: John Robert "Jackie" Fogle
    Age: 60
    Address: 3920 Holy Cross Rd. Loretto, Ky. 40037
    Email: fogleandfogle@yahoo.com

    Educational background:
    Graduated from Marion County High School in 1975. Continuous education for Master Plumbing License, and Onsite Sewage Disposal Systems Installer Certification.

    Work experience:
    39 years self-employed contractor.

  • Magistrate District 4 candidate – Steve Masterson

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: Michael Stephen (Steve) Masterson (Steve)
    Age: 63
    Address: 900 Raywick Road Lebanon, Ky 40033
    Email: mstevem@windstream.net

    Educational background:
    Graduate of Marion County High School. One semester at Campbellsville University

    Work experience:

  • Sheriff candidate – Tony Belcher

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: Tony Allen Belcher
    Age: 61 years old
    Campaign Website: Facebook - Tony Belcher for Sheriff
    Campaign email: belcherforsheriff@gmail.com

    Educational background:
    High School and Department of Criminal Justice Training

    Work experience:
    14 years MCSO / 2 years Lebanon PD / 2 years Bradfordsville PD

    Family information:

  • Sheriff candidate – Jimmy Clements

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: James B. Clements (Jimmy)
    Age: 54
    Address: 1150 Sallie Ray Pike, Raywick, Ky.

    Educational background:

  • City, county and industrial foundation all meet in closed session

    Tuesday evening, March 27, was a busy one for local government with several meetings being held - all in closed session.

    The Marion County Fiscal Court had a special-called meeting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, March 27, at the David R. Hourigan Government Center. The fiscal court met in executive session pursuant to KRS.61.810.1G. The fiscal court’s agenda listed the following:

    “Discussions between a public agency and a representative of a business entity and discussions concerning a specific proposal.”

  • Beshear warns of text message scam

    In a new scam alert issued by Attorney General Andy Beshear, Kentuckians are being warned of scammers posing as law enforcement officials demanding payment and threatening arrest via text messages.

    Kentuckians in Greenup, Jefferson and Montgomery counties have recently reported losing more than $110,000 after they thought they were sending payment to an official law enforcement agency.

  • Lebanon City Council briefs

    The following are some highlights from the recent Lebanon City Council meeting held on Feb.  12.

    Local economy
    Marion County Economic Development Director Tom Lund presented the Marion County Industrial Foundation’s annual report:
    • Marion County was the leading producer in net job growth and had the highest percentage of net job growth in the state.

  • Marion County Fiscal Court briefs

    The Marion County Fiscal Court held its regular monthly meeting on Feb. 15. The following are news briefs from that meeting:
    • Tom Lund, executive director of Marion County Economic Development, gave the 2017 annual report. Lund commended the county and city for their efforts that continues the state leading job growth Marion County has experienced. Lund cited the efforts to continue funding the Career Center, which is the only Career Center defunded by the state to continue functioning.

  • More free E911 signs available

    Additional E-911 signs are now available for new homeowners in the area and homeowners that didn’t get a sign the first time they were made available to the public. The signs are free.
    People must post their address number on their property per county law. Posting your address will ensure that emergency responders will be able to locate your driveway or entrance to your property.