.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Knights pick up win over Thomas Nelson

    Senior guard Anton Cowherd scored 24 points, 10 rebounds and seven steals to lead the Marion County Knights to a 36-point victory over the Thomas Nelson Generals on Saturday night.

    Anthony Tonge and Jalen Powell added 10 points apiece in the 80-44 Marion County victory. Tonge and Isaac Lanham each grabbed eight rebounds.

    Ten Knights (14-10) scored in the win.

  • Short-handed Lady Knights drop three

    Last week was a rough one for the Marion County Lady Knights. Playing short-handed throughout the week, the Lady Knights lost all three of their games.

    “It is all day to day with our players being out,” Marion County Coach Anthony Epps wrote in an email. “We will not rush anyone back unless we deem them physically ready to play. The players health is more important at this moment.”

  • Away games

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

  • Mid-Kentucky Bass Anglers schedule season

     The Mid-Kentucky Bass Anglers met Sunday and set our 2015 tournament. 

    I told you last week about our March 22 Cabin Fever Tournament, which is an open tournament to kick off the 2015 season!

    The rest of the schedule and launch times are as follows:

  • District basketball tournaments begin next week

    With the regular season winding down this week, Marion County’s basketball teams are scheduled to begin postseason play next week. Both tournaments will be held at Campbellsville High School.

    The Lady Knights have won the 20th District tournament eight years in a row. They enter this year’s tournament as the No. 2 seed with a 12-13 overall record and a 4-2 record against district foes.

  • Lady Knights game against Hart County has been cancelled

    The Marion County Lady Knights were scheduled to play at Hart County tonight, Feb. 17. That game has been cancelled.

  • Snow creates problems countywide

    Marion County received between 11 and 13 inches of snow Monday, according to Marion County Emergency Management Director Hayden Johnson, and that created particularly hazardous road conditions.

    “We had multiple slide-offs all over the county,” Johnson said.

    City, county and state road crews are continuing to try to clear off the roads as temperatures dip into the single digits and even colder.

  • Enterprise operating with limited staff Tuesday

    The Lebanon Enterprise is operating with a very limited staff Tuesday, Feb. 17, in order to put the finishing touches on the paper.

    As of this announcement, we cannot guarantee what time papers will be delivered without knowing the road conditions, but we will keep you posted. 

    For advertising needs:

    emaiil enugent@lebanonenterprise.com;  

    For news email:

    newseditor@lebanonenterprise.com.

    For subscriptions email: 

    kbroyles@lebanonenterprise.com. 

  • Governor declares statewide emergency

    From the Governor's Office:

    FRANKFORT – In response to heavy snows and bitter cold across the Commonwealth in the past 12 hours, Gov. Steve Beshear declared a statewide emergency to allow local officials immediate access to state resources to assist in public safety and recovery efforts. 

  • Feb. 16 school board meeting has been cancelled

    The Marion County Board of Education was scheduled to hold a special-called meeting at 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 16. That meeting has been cancelled due to the weather and road conditions.

    The meeting will be rescheduled as soon as possible, according to district officials.