Today's News

  • Lowery named one of Girls on the Run’s Coaches of the Year

    On Jan. 22, Girls on the Run International announced the Coach of the Year Award, which is an annual award that honors Girls on the Run coaches throughout the country. Coaches are nominated by girls who express why they think their coach should win through writing, coloring, drawing, painting, or bedazzling the nomination form. Stevie Lowery, coach and organizer for the Marion County Girls on the Run program, was named a runner up. She was nominated by Ebony Dotson, who was a participant in Girls on the Run at Lebanon Elementary School.

  • Maker’s Mark expanded, adding 30 jobs

    Maker’s Mark Distillery has announced a $70 million expansion project that is expected to add 30 jobs. The project will involve creating replicas of its existing stills, adding warehouses and making infrastructure improvements.
    Gov. Steve Beshear said in a press release that people all over the world enjoy Maker’s Mark.

  • Walton is Habitat for Humanity recipient
  • Remember to Spring Forward!

    At 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 9, set your clocks forward one hour ahead of standard time. The change to Daylight Saving Time allows us to use less energy in lighting our homes by taking advantage of the longer and later daylight hours.

  • 3-5-14 Birth Announcements
  • 3-5-14 Public Record

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  • Last day of school: TBA

    We are days away from “Springing Forward” but Old Man Winter isn’t giving up quite yet, and that’s making matters difficult for the Marion County Public School System.
    School was canceled Monday and Tuesday because of the winter weather and poor road conditions. As a result, students could be going to school until at least June 6. But, the Marion County Board of Education could change that depending on the decisions school board members make at their next board meeting on March 11.

  • 3-5-14 Police Log

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    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is 270-692-5529.

  • Lebanon Car World contributes $7,000 to local foundation
  • Trial by fire

    Dennis Rice has missed a lot in the last 35 years.
    He missed his children’s graduations and weddings. He’s missed the grandchildren they would have had.
    Dennis didn’t miss any of those things by choice. Instead, tragically, on March 6, 1979, a house fire at his home in St. Joe killed his wife and four of his five children.
    The Enterprise’s account of that fire noted that “Reports indicated the children’s bodies were found huddled together with the baby in her mother’s arms.”