Today's News

  • Shofner receives scholarship from Lebanon Kiwanis Club

    Charles Mitchell Shofner was awarded a $500 scholarship presented by the Lebanon Kiwanis Club.

  • Enterprise travels - Hagans

    Chris, Kim, Ann-Rachel and Ruth Hagan are shown with The Lebanon Enterprise on the campus of UCLA on June 15, 2013. 

  • Edelen and Vittitow

    Vanessa and Ricky Edelen of Springfield announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amy Marie Edelen, to Mark Anthony Vittitow, son of Dianna and Mike Vittitow of New Haven.

    Edelen is a 2007 graduate of Washington County High School and a 2012 graduate of St. Catharine College. She is employed at Kentuckiana Perinatology in Louisville.

    Vittitow is a 2003 graduate of Bethlehem High School and is employed at Brown-Foreman in Louisville.

  • ‘Oklahoma’ to be in Lebanon July 18-20

    Kentucky Classic Theatre brings a great American classic to the stage at Centre Square in Lebanon this week: Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! July 18, and 19, at 7 p.m.; Saturday July 20 at 8 p.m. 

    “Oklahoma! is the great American musical,“ declares director G.B. Dixon. “It combines comedy, drama, song and movement in a way that forever set the style of shows to come.”

  • Sidebottom birth announcement

    Derek and Nickie Sidebotton of Lebanon announce the birth of an 8-pound daughter, Raelynn Alessandra Sidebottom, born July 5, 2013, at Ephraim McDowell.

    Maternal grandparents are Gary and Cathy Hensley and Alan and Angela Corbett. Paternal grandmother is Midge Hunt.

    Raelynn Alessandra has a sister, Raini Sidebottom.

  • Fiscal court for debris disposal plan

    Few decisions were made during the July 11 special-called meeting of the Marion County Fiscal Court. However, the magistrates did express their support for a proposal to enter into an agreement with the City of Lebanon to allow residents to dispose of vegetative/non-woody debris.

  • GES principal resigns

    Glasscock Elementary School Principal Lee Ann Divine announced her resignation July 9. She’s been the principal at GES for 12 years.
    “GES parents... I have resigned my job in Marion County to take a job in another district,” Divine wrote on the GES Facebook page. “Thank you for sharing your children with me. I have wonderful memories from these past 12 years. Best wishes.”

  • Loud and proud

    Randy Desrosiers has made the trip from Waterford, Mich., to attend Jets Over Kentucky nearly every year the event has been held at the Lebanon-Springfield Airport. He’s seen the event grow from around 40 pilots in its first year to more than 200 pilots, making it the largest model jet show in the country.
    While he was complimentary of the facility and the quantity and quality of the pilots at the event, there is something else that separates Jets Over Kentucky from similar shows.
    “The nicest thing about this event is the atmosphere,” he said.

  • State rep doesn't think state will change its mind about MAC

    State Representative Terry Mills used the Friday Forum on July 12 to address the past legislative session and the near future with regards to a special session on redistricting.
    But the biggest issue for the present is the status of the state's contract with Marion Adjustment Center.

  • MCHS sees jump in ACT scores

    Marion County High School Principal Stacey Hall is walking a little taller since receiving test scores last week, which show that the school's English, reading, science and composite scores on the ACT have set a new school record for being the highest in school history.
    "This just shows that with some time and patience, good things do happen," Hall said.