Today's News

  • Be a teacher

     I have been a teacher since 1968, in three different states, working in both public and private schools. When I started college, I wanted to be a biologist or paleontologist. I always loved science. My dad had been a teacher in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and would tell me stories from his few years of teaching in a one room school in Martin County. He rode a horse from his house to the school and stayed with a local older couple as a boarder. Then, he rode back home after school each Friday. 

  • Respecting the debate

     Over the past few weeks, I have found myself very interested in different debatable topics. Whether it is political, religious, racial, or about basic human rights, I have done a lot of listening and hearing out other people’s opinions. 

    I am at an age where figuring out who I am and what I believe is important. Though I have always had strong morals and am content in what I believe, that doesn’t mean I can’t educate myself on what others believe and why they do. 

  • Shop for a cause at the Hosparus Health Thrift Shoppe

     Everyone loves to score a great bargain. Did you know that shopping at the Hosparus Health Thrift Shoppe not only saves you money, it also makes a difference in the lives of your very own friends and neighbors? 

  • Correction

     President and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Dave Adkisson’s last name was spelled incorrectly in the July 3 edition.

  • “Outlaws & Locals”

     Jesse James rode through Perryville, Kentucky in the late 19th century and according to some, he was hidden in a secret room at a house in Springfield for several days.  My great great grandfather Ernest McGraw was a blacksmith in Perryville and passed down this story, along with his anvil, to descendants of the Henry Best family.  Ernest could pick up that anvil by the horn with one hand.  

  • Shooting on Fair Ground Road

    BREAKING: Lebanon Police Department is currently responding to and investigating a shooting on Fair Ground Road, Lebanon. LPD confirms there has been a death, however, no other information is available as of now.

    Fair Ground Road is blocked off currently while police investigate the scene.

    The Lebanon Enterprise will continue to update as information is made available. 

  • MCHS students compete at National Beta Convention


  • 7-10-19 Police Log

    Storage thefts
    Two more storage thefts were reported to the Lebanon Police Department from Lebanon Mini-Storage located on 85 Sulphur Springs Road.
    The first theft occurred approximately from May 20, 2019 to June 3, 2019. The report was filed on June 20. Unit renters Samuel Shultz and Juanita Daniels reported missing miscellaneous items valued at approximately $1,000. Officer Dylan Bright is overseeing the investigation.

  • 7-10-19 Public Record

    It is the policy of The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions. Public records are published as a news service to our readers.

  • 8U All-Stars win back-to-back championships

    The 8U Marion County All Stars won championships in back to back weekend tournaments. Saturday, June 9, they won the Kentucky Select 8U softball tournament in Danville. On Saturday, July 6, they won the 6th Annual Katz Klassic in Campbellsville.