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Today's News

  • More to love

    Lebanon native Stuart O’Daniel and his wife, Allison née Hagan, reside in Bardstown with their eight adopted children, all with International descent, but feel like it’s just their norm, just more hearts to love.

  • Lebanon couple sues officers for $1 million

     A Lebanon man and his wife are suing three law enforcement officers for $1 million for allegedly violating their constitutional rights.

    Edward Bryan Cissell and Kristi Lee Cissell of 334 Westside Drive in Lebanon filed a lawsuit against Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Clements, Deputy Courtney Deering and Kentucky State Police Trooper Jonathan Houk on Sept. 11, 2018 in United States District Court.

  • Tornado destroys Lebanon barn

     A barn destroyed in Lebanon last week was indeed destroyed by a tornado.

    The National Weather Service confirmed an F0 tornado touched down late on Nov. 5, according to Deputy Emergency Management Director Gary Luce. A tornado rated F0 has wind speeds between 40 to 72 mph.

    The barn, located on Highway 289 in Lebanon, near Cut-Rate Liquors, is reportedly owned by David Ewing.

  • Lebanon man indicted for endangering police officers

     Matthew J. Rigdon, 25, of 940 Sulphur Springs Road in Lebanon was indicted for two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment (police officer), first-degree fleeing/evading, first-degree criminal mischief, leaving the scene of an accident/failure to render and/or aid assistance, operating vehicle with expired operator’s license, speeding 20 mph over/greater, reckless driving, no/expired registration plate and second-degree persistent felony offender. 

  • School board briefs

     The Marion County Board of Education held a regular monthly meeting on Nov. 8 at Glasscock Elementary School. The following are news briefs from that meeting:

    Energy Star site recognitions 

  • Reed, Higdon re-elected

     Tuesday’s General Election was déjà vu for Democrat Terry Mills.

    He was defeated, once again, by Republican Brandon Reed for the office of state representative in the 24th District. Mills suffered the same fate in the November 2016 General Election after serving in that seat for six years.

  • ELECTION RESULTS INSIDE THIS WEEK'S EDITION

    The Lebanon Enterprise will include election results, as well as comments from several of the candidates, inside this week's edition. Please keep in mind the delivery of the paper could be later than normal as a result.

  • Unreliable emergency communications equipment putting county at risk

     Malfunctioning emergency communications equipment is putting emergency personnel and county residents at risk, and local officials want the problem fixed now.

    The Marion County Fiscal Court held a special called meeting on Oct. 31 to speak with Mike Munafo, owner of Southern Communications, who submitted the winning bid to the City of Lebanon for new equipment at the emergency dispatch center, which is located at the Lebanon Police Department.

  • This week's news briefs

     Bradfordsville Jamboree is Friday

  • Tornado destroys Lebanon barn

    A barn destroyed in Lebanon Monday evening, Nov. 5, was indeed destroyed by a tornado.

    According to Deputy Emergency Management Director Gary Luce, the National Weather Service confirmed it was an F0 tornado. A tornado rated F0 has wind speeds between 40 to 72 mph.

    The barn, located on Highway 289 in Lebanon, near Cut-Rate Liquors, is reportedly owned by David Ewing.