Today's News

  • Lebanon man arrested after causing two-vehicle accident on Highway 208

    A Lebanon woman is in stable condition after a two-vehicle crash Monday, and the driver that hit her has been charged with reckless driving, assault and a number of other charges.
    The accident occurred at 3:58 p.m., on Highway 208, approximately three miles west of Lebanon, according to a media release from Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Clements.

  • Wife shoots, kills husband during domestic dispute

    A domestic situation turned deadly Saturday, Oct. 17, and now a Lebanon man is dead and his wife is recovering from her injuries.
    According to Major Greg Young of the Lebanon Police Department, Rebecca Fisher, 41, called police at 12:49 a.m., Saturday, requesting an ambulance due to a domestic situation.

  • Death investigation underway

    Lebanon Police are investigating a death that occurred at approximately 1 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 17, at 491 West Main Street in Lebanon.
    That specific address belongs to Campbell-DeWitt Funeral Home.
    The case is still under investigation.
    The Lebanon Enterprise has been told that Major Greg Young will be releasing more details today. Telephone calls made to Major Young have not been returned.
    No further information has been released at this time.

  • Soccer: Knights lose two games, starting sweeper

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports correspondent

    The Marion County Knights went into the last week of the regular season with the top seed in their district secured and three games on deck. 
    The Knights hosted the Nelson County Cardinals on Oct. 6. 
    "We had a slow start to the game," Knights Head Coach Greg Conley said. "However, we played much better in the second half."

  • Elk Hunt

    Tyler Curtis recently harvested a 5X5 Kentucky bull elk while hunting with his grandfather Keith Brock. The elk was harvested opening day of modern gun season and weighed 700 pounds. Tyler is the son of Gary and Laurie Curtis.  The elk was harvested in Knott County near Hindman. This was Curtis's first elk hunt.

  • Don't be afraid to learn

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports correspondent

    Sports are full of learning. Learning a new scheme when a new coach comes to town. Learning how to read a defense. Learning how to shoot the basketball. Learning what a team wants to do on offense and defense.
    Life is full of learning, too. No matter what you try to do, you'll never be able to avoid learning.

  • John Boyd wins 2015 Mid-KY Bass Anglers Classic

    On Oct. 3-4 the Mid-KY Bass Anglers held their 2015 Classic. The weather on Saturday was anything but pleasant. Wind and rain all day made the fishing and conditions at Willisburg just a notch or so above tolerable. But, the guys braved the weather for the six-hour tournament and the big fish of the day was a 3.98 pounder caught by the team of Danny Marcum and Brad Taylor.

  • How talented are this year’s Wildcats?

    By Larry Vaught
    Special to the Enterprise

    What do you think of the overall talent on coach John Calipari’s Kentucky roster this year?
    That’s a question I posed recently to several media members who I believe have a good feel not only for UK basketball, but college basketball in general. And remember they have no idea about exactly what Skal Labissiere’s eligibility status is with the NCAA.
    Start with Mike Courcy, columnist for The Sporting News.

  • Volleyball honors seniors, but comes up short this week

    By Bailey Foxworth
    Sports correspondent

    Marion County volleyball had a tough schedule this week, succumbing in three sets apiece to Elizabethtown, Central Hardin and Pulaski County. Tuesday, Oct. 6, was senior night, honoring Marion County’s six graduating Lady Knights.
    This weekend, the Lady Knights travelled to Harrison County to compete in the Fillies Fall Fling tournament. The Lady Knights won four of their six matches and advanced to the finals of the tournament.

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