Today's News

  • Swing and a miss

    In baseball, striking out means two totally different things for the pitcher and the batter.
    For the pitcher, a strikeout is a sign of success. It keeps the offense from getting a runner on base and keeps a potential run from scoring.
    For a batter, however, a strikeout signifies a lost chance to do any of that. That’s one less hit, one less base runner and one less run for the offense. The at-bat that had potential to produce something comes up empty, with nothing to show for it.

  • Linescores

    June 4
    Red Sox 2
    Dodgers 3

    Rays 11
    Mets 5

    June 5
    Red Sox 6
    Mets 0

    Dodgers 7
    Rays 1

    June 6
    Rays 1
    Red Sox 4

    Mets 3
    Dodgers 13

    June 7
    Dodgers 6
    Mets 11

    Red Sox 5
    Rays 6

    Final regular season standings
    Fast Pace Urgent Care Dodgers 9 - 3

  • Team dedicates tourney win to Olivia Ford

    The Mets won the 12U Little League Tournament. They dedicate this win to the memory of Olivia Ford and her love of softball and tie-dye.


  • TRACK AND FIELD: Lebanon native wins state title in track in Indiana

    Nicholas Ryan would not settle for a third place finish. That simply would not be good enough.
    With one final chance to get the coveted first place finish, Ryan started his run, went into the air and made the landing.
    At first, he wasn’t sure that jump would count. However, once he saw the white flag go up, he knew he had done what he came to do: win a state title.

  • Vaught’s Views: Pendleton County standout Dontaie Allen will play in Marshall County Hoop Fest

    By Larry Vaught

    Pendleton County’s Dontaie Allen will be one of the leading candidates for 2019 Mr. Basketball honors based on what he’s already done.
    The 6-7 Allen scored more points — 1,019 — than any other player in the state last season while averaging 31.8 points and 11.4 rebounds per game. He shot 59.1 percent from the field, including 39.6 percent from 3-point range. He was one of three juniors to earn first-team all-state honors in 2018.

  • ‘Honor those promises’

    Editor’s note: The following letter, written by George Spragens, chairman and chief executive officer of Farmers National Bank in Lebanon, was emailed to Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser and the members of the Marion County Board of Education on June 5. The Enterprise received a copy, and Spragens granted the Enterprise permission to publish the letter.


    Mrs. Schlosser,


  • The silent workforce
  • Tobacco settlement funds good for county

    The state budget passed by the General Assembly provides significant support for the farm community, specifically for agricultural development in our rural areas.

    Building up Kentucky’s rural economy is critically important, especially at a time when many of our young people are migrating to urban areas for economic opportunity. We need to make strong investments in local agriculture in order to promote rural economic opportunity.

  • 6-6-18 Police Log

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is 270-692-5529.

    May 4
    Colleen R. Hadlock of Harrison Street in Lebanon reported the fraudulent use of her credit card in the amount of $500.

    May 17
    Sara B. Cull of North Street in Lebanon reported the theft of two televisions and three window unit air conditioners, total value $720.

  • 6-6-18 Public Record

    It is the policy of The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    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.