Today's News

  • Knights gets eighth straight win against Washington County

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent

  • City residents, businesses reminded to post address numbers

    The City of Lebanon would like to remind residents that a city ordinance requires address numbers to be posted on all dwellings, businesses and homes within city limits. Numbers should be at least four inches tall and posted so they are easily visible from the street.
    John Thompson, the city’s building inspector, said the city wants to remind residents that the law is in place to meet requirements to implement enhanced 911. He said residents have until April 1 to post the numbers.

  • Lady Knights take control early in 13-point win

    Fans’ spirits were high when the Lady Knights dealt defeat to their rivals, the Washington County Commanderettes on Jan. 11.
    The Lady Knights ran over their opponent, 52-39.
    Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said that while there were ups and downs in the game, he could see where the Lady Knights (7-7) had improved.
    “The good thing is we came away with the win,” Epps said.

  • More fun, wins for Knights

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. events are today

    The United Concerned Citizens Organization and the Marion County chapter of the NAACP will be hosting events Sunday to commemorate Martin Luther King Day.
    The UCCO is hosting its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. March on Sunday, Jan. 19. Anyone interested in participating in the march should gather before 3 p.m. at the Lebanon Post Office, 101 E. Main Street.
    Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate. For more information, call Maria A. Bell at 270-402-4917 or 270-321-4133.

  • Lady Knights learning and improving

    It’s been six weeks since the Marion County Lady Knights first hit the court this season, and as they prepare to hit the halfway point, it has already proven to be one heck of a ride.
    “It’s mainly been a learning experience for them,” Lady Knights Coach Anthony Epps said.
    The Lady Knights (7-7), who are spending the season learning, rebuilding and playing, have experienced both ups and downs on the on the court.

  • First candidate files for county judge

    Douglas Lee Mattingly is the first candidate to throw his hat in the ring in the 2014 race for Marion County judge/executive.
    Candidates have until 4 p.m. Jan. 28 to file their nomination papers for the 2014 primary elections.
    Here are the candidates who have filed so far, according the Kentucky Secretary of State’s website. An (I) indicates the candidate is an incumbent.

    U.S. Senate
    Republicans: Matt Bevin of Louisville, Gurley L. Martin of Owensboro and Mitch McConnell (I)

  • Listen up to learn about duck, predator hunting

    Ran across a guy the other day that asked why I had “gotten so up-ity.”
    When I recovered I asked him just what he was talking about.
    Seems like the last two times he’d seen me he, spoke to me and I walked away without even acknowledging his presence.
    I guess this might have happened before and will undoubtedly happen again so I’ll explain why.
    When I act like I don’t hear you, I don’t hear you! Boys and girls, I’m deaf! Well, just deaf in one ear, I still have about 50 percent in the other ear.

  • Industrial tournament winners
  • Making music-al instruments

    The Kentucky Fellowship of Musicians had their hands full when they got together to assemble dulcimers from kits on Jan. 9 at Calvary Elementary School. Dulcimers are stringed instruments similar to a lap guitar but with three strings.
    The instruments will be donated on Jan. 24 to children in the Bluegrass in the Schools program sponsored by Farmers National Bank.
    Brad Lanham, who was leading the gathering, said Calvary Elementary music teacher Jessica Floyd is helping to keep one of Kentucky’s natural resources (bluegrass music) in the schools.