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  • Girl Power

    New Lebanon Police Department recruit Amanda Beard isn’t intimidated about being the only female officer on the force. In fact, she’s quite adamant that she’s got everything covered. 

    In fact, after graduating from high school, the Campbellsville native wanted to set herself apart from others, so she joined the Marine Corps in 2007.

    Beard, 30, loved being in the Marine Corps, but when it was time to get out she knew what she wanted to do next.

  • Lebanon: A city of progress

    City of Lebanon Mayor Crenshaw gave the State of the City Address at the Marion County Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon on Thursday, proclaiming that Lebanon is a progressive community that will continue moving forward in the future.

    “We have a lot of things going on in Marion County, and a lot of the credit goes to your city council and the people that work for the city,” Crenshaw said

  • News Briefs 05/02

    Expect closures and delays on Frogtown Road

    Maintenance crews are installing crossdrains on Frogtown Road in Marion County between mile markers three and four through May 11. Closures and delays will be possible each day between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Please consider an alternate route during these dates and hours.

     

    Clean up week in Bradfordsville

  • The Ladies of Lebanon

     In the Broadway-themed benefit concert for the Kentucky Classic Arts Center at Centre Square, audiences were entertained for two evenings by Lebanon’s finest singing ladies, April 27-28. An ensemble of singers kept the audience captivated, putting on two different shows while performing Broadway musical favorites. The shows were hosted by Robin Humphress and Lynn D. Farris, with piano accompaniment by Dr. Bill Budai. 

  • Student threat determined to be invalid

    On Thursday morning, April 26, Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser announced that the school district and local law enforcement had received a report of a possible threat made by a Marion County student on Wednesday evening, but found the threat to be invalid upon further investigation.

  • New opioid ‘blocker’ offers chance for recovery

    Incarceration does not fix addiction.

    Marion County Jailer Barry Brady knows that fact all too well. 

    He sees it every single day at the Marion County Detention Center, which is why he’s wanting to do more to help people fighting drug addiction. 

  • Campbellsville man tased after three-hour armed standoff near CU campus

    A stand-off situation involving an armed man at a residence on Durrett Street in Campbellsville resulted in the man being tased after he stepped out of the residence while possessing a firearm, according to a report from the Campbellsville Police Department. 

  • Send us your favorite prom photo

    The Enterprise wants to celebrate this year’s prom with our readers. Email your absolute favorite prom photo (one photo only, please) to editor@lebanonenterprise.com. Deadline is 5 p.m., Friday, May 4. Please include the names of the people pictured. 

  • Prom 2018: A Golden Knight

    Prom certainly wowed Marion County this year, despite moving location to the Roby Dome in Marion County High School. Prom-goers arrived in stunning gowns and tuxes, fantastic rides, and enjoyed a night of dancing under golden lights and chandeliers on Saturday evening, April 28. 

  • Superintendent addresses school safety concern

    Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser emailed the following message to The Lebanon Enterprise on Thursday morning, April 26: