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Today's News

  • Fusion All-Stars qualify for nationals

    Junior Cheer

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: E’town beats Lady Knights 60-42 in region semifinals

    The magic ran out. The ride is over.

    The deficit was too much to overcome this time.

    Elizabethtown built a big lead early and defeated the Marion County Lady Knights 60-42 on March 4 in the regional tournament semifinals at Green County High School.

    The Lady Knights (27-7) managed only a single point in the first quarter, a free-throw from senior Elise Carpenter with 43.7 seconds remaining in the opening quarter.

    Elizabethtown built a 14-1 lead after one, and the Lady Panthers (30-5) pushed the lead out to 28-7 with 2:41 left in the second.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Knights look for continued success in 2019

    The Marion County Lady Knights Softball Team won their third consecutive district title last season, and a fourth straight district title is well within Marion County’s reach this season.

    With a crop of young players coming up this year, the Lady Knights could be in store for a fun 2019 campaign, which begins in just six days.

  • TRACK AND FIELD: O’Hare sees big things in store for track team

    Jim O’Hare has been the head track and field coach for just over three months, and the Knights have been in practice since the second week in January, preparing for the 2019 season.

    In that time, O’Hare is starting to see the potential for a big season.

    “I have big expectations in the region. We have such good potential,” he said.

  • VAUGHT'S VIEWS: Dontaie Allen “surprised, grateful” to be Kentucky's Mr. Basketball 

    By Larry Vaught

    Now that he has been named Mr. Basketball, it won’t be long before Dontaie Allen will certainly see road signs coming into Pendleton County proclaiming it the home of the 2019 Mr. Basketball.

    “That is just crazy to even think about,” said Allen after he won the award last week given to the state’s top senior player. “I really can’t even fathom that. It’s just nuts.”

  • All Fired Up 5K Run is Saturday

    The All Fired Up 5K Run will be held at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 16. Proceeds will benefit the Marion County High School Baseball Team and is sponsored by Kentucky Cooperage. Email questions to brad.cox@edwardjones.com.

  • 3-6-19 Church Briefs

    Bradfordsville fish lunch
    The Bradfordsville Art Center will be hosting an Ash Wednesday fish fry at the Bradfordsville Civic Center, 202 West Main Street, Bradfordsville, beginning at 11 a.m. today, March 6. For more information, call Sue Benningfield, 270-337-3567 or 270-699-6478. This meal is a fundraiser for the Bradfordsville Art Center. The menu includes fish, hushpuppies, two sides, drink, and dessert. To go orders will be offered but without a drink.

  • Lent for life?

     

  • 3-6-19 Police Log

    Feb. 18
    Ellen E. Snape of St. Catherine Street in Lebanon reported a burglary, which took place sometime between Feb. 14 and Feb. 18. The following items were reported as stolen: Ripstick ($200), DVD collection ($100), ruby and diamond ring ($900), diamond and onyx ring ($250), four DVD movies ($40), 19-inch flat screen TV ($150) and several other items. Total amount of stolen items: $2,330.

  • 3-6-19 Public record

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    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions. Public records are published as a news service to our readers.