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Today's News

  • Nickel monies and priorities

    When the recallable nickel campaign was in full swing in 2016, the two school facilities that were discussed over and over and over again as the top two schools in the greatest need of repair were Calvary Elementary and Lebanon Elementary.

    At that time, Superintendent Taylora Schlosser said herself that if the nickel passed, she was fully prepared to make her recommendations to the board of education on how that money should be spent. She said the first priority would be building a new Calvary Elementary School.

  • Celebration of Life Service for Dr. Bland

    A Celebration of Life Service for noted psychiatrist, Dr. James G. Bland, will be held on Friday, June 1, at 1:30 p.m. CDT at the Greensburg Nazarene Church. The public is welcome to attend the service.

  • November General Election update

    The General Election will be held on Nov. 6. 

    Aug. 14 is the filing deadline for city government offices and school board seats. 

    All of the listed offices will be on the ballot. If the candidate is unopposed for a partisan state or county office, the only option on the ballot will be the unopposed candidate or a write-in. The deadline to file as a write-in is Oct. 26.

  • Chamber of Commerce Updates

    ‘Farmer Pig’ hot air balloon coming to Ham Days

  • LES Kindergarten classes present: Alphabet Action

    The kindergarten classes at Lebanon Elementary School showed off all of their hard work this year in learning the alphabet, performing as different character representing alphabet letters and singing and dancing for the student and teacher audience on Thursday, May 24. The show was performed by the students in Pam Mattingly, Ida Spalding and Tammy Durham’s classes. 

  • Two killed in car wreck Friday evening

    Two lives were ended far too soon during a fatal car wreck Friday evening, May 25.

    The wreck occurred at 11:19 p.m., six miles west of Lebanon on East Lovers Lane, according to Kentucky State Police.

    David B. Lawson, 18, of Lebanon, was driving a 2008 Ford F250 eastbound when he lost control of the vehicle, left the roadway, and struck a tree, the KSP report states. He was pronounced dead at the scene by the Marion County Coroner. 

  • MCPS going back to the drawing board

    The process of addressing school facilities is starting over.

    During the Marion County Board of Education’s meeting Thursday evening, June 14, Superintendent Taylora Schlosser recommended the board “slow down” and not move forward with the plan to build a new 8-9 center.

  • TRACK AND FIELD: Johnson resigns as track coach

    There were two head coaches leading Marion County High School’s track and field team. Now there’s one.
    Daniel Johnson has stepped down as track coach after six seasons, officially submitting his resignation on June 4 to school officials at Marion County High School.
    Johnson sent the Enterprise a copy of his resignation letter, citing outside responsibilities as the reason he resigned.

  • Student ambassadors visit Western Kentucky University campus
  • Student ambassadors announced for 2018-19

    Forty-one Marion County High School students have been selected to serve as the district’s student ambassadors for the 2018-2019 school year. This is the fifth year of the student ambassador program, which provides leadership and public speaking opportunities for students as they take on an array of responsibilities.