Today's News

  • SEC names Lisa Mattingly coordinator of women’s basketball officials

    Marion County native Lisa Mattingly, a 33-year veteran of basketball officiating, has been named coordinator of women’s basketball officials for the Southeastern Conference, Commissioner Greg Sankey announced on July 10.
    “Lisa Mattingly’s experience on the court and respect among her peers make her the ideal person to lead the conference’s support of women’s basketball officiating,” said Sankey. “Her insights and relationships will be valuable in moving our officiating program forward.”

  • State Champs

    Considering the way Marion County was playing in the state tournament, a championship was the most fitting end.
    Getting a spot in the championship game was hard-fought. Getting the championship itself? Well, it wasn’t nearly as difficult.
    The 9-10 All-Stars near-perfect play in the state tournament ended with a 6-2 win over North Laurel for the state championship on July 11 at the University of the Cumberlands.
    The win brought home a second straight state title to the 9-10 All-Stars.

  • 11-12 SOFTBALL ALL-STARS: Ashland American goes to Indy and ends Marion County’s season

    Joe Browning shared a hug with each of his players, shedding a few tears as he embraced his softball players for the final time.
    After stumbling 7-0 against Ashland American earlier, Marion County battled and battled through the losers’ bracket to get another meeting with this same team.
    And when they got there, they kept fighting, until the very last out.
    The 11-12 All-Stars let a 2-0 lead slip away and Ashland American did just enough to win the state championship 3-2 on July 11, earning a trip to Indianapolis for the regional tournament.

  • Vaught’s Views: Cats' Pause founder Oscar Combs belongs in UK Athletics Hall Of Fame

    By Larry Vaught

    Ask former Kentucky basketball coach Joe Hall who did as much — or maybe more — to help develop UK fan support and he has a quick answer.
    “Oscar Combs did more to develop fan support than anybody. He did a service for the University of Kentucky that could not have been bought at any price,” said Hall.

  • Clarification

    In last week’s edition, a story stated that Shane Wright, who was reported missing, was located in jail. Actually, he was located by Falmouth Police Department on July 6 and arrested on outstanding warrants. He was then lodged in the Pendelton County Jail.


    The Marion County 11-12 All-Stars rallied to defeat North Oldham 10-8 last night in thrilling fashion, setting up a rematch with Ashland American at 8 p.m., tonight at the University of the Cumberlands in the state tournament.

  • 7-11-18 Public Record

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    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.

    Prepaid fines
    Benjamin Buckland, 347 Lincoln Avenue, Lebanon, disregarding stop sign, $153.

  • 7-11-18 Police Log

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

    June 27
    Tatjuana A. Bridgewater of Goff Way in Lebanon reported the theft of a Bersa .380 caliber single action pistol (pink in color) valued at $350. She also reported the theft of a Taurus 9MM single action pistol (black in color) valued at $250.

  • No fatal collisions during June

    During the month of June 2018, there were 16 traffic accidents investigated by the State Police working in the Post 15 area in the 11 counties of Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, Marion, Metcalfe, Monroe, Russell, Taylor, and Washington.
    There were no fatal collisions during the month of June in the Post 15 area.
    This brings our yearly fatality count to 11 compared with five through this same period in 2017.
    Statewide fatality count stands at 317 compared with 357 through this same period in 2017.

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