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Today's News

  • Fuel Total Systems adds new equipment which will add additional production lines
  • Candidates get testy during gubernatorial debate

    By Joseph Gerth
    The Courier-Journal

    DANVILLE, Ky. – Republican Matt Bevin and Democrat Jack Conway plowed well-turned ground on Tuesday, hitting the same notes they have touched upon in past speeches and debates and offering few new ideas as the race for Kentucky governor heads into the final month.
    In the hourlong debate at Centre College, the two candidates got testy with one another during exchanges on gay marriage, the economy and releasing tax returns, during which they cut off one another and bickered back and forth.

  • Maker’s Mark introduces Private Select barrel program

    Maker’s Mark is bringing real innovation to the bourbon industry with a first-of-its-kind barrel program, Maker’s Mark Private Select. The new experience will allow retail customers to “make their own Maker’s” by finishing fully-matured cask strength Maker’s Mark bourbon in a single barrel made up of their custom selection of oak staves. The program will kick off in limited release in November 2015, with bottled product available for sale by retail participants beginning March 2016.

  • 10-14-15 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.

  • USDA Resource Day is Oct. 30

    USDA Rural Development State Director Thomas G. Fern announced last week that USDA has scheduled seven “USDA Resource Day” events throughout Kentucky as part of USDA’s StrikeForce Initiative for Rural Growth and Opportunity.
    There will be a “USDA Resource Day” in Marion County on Oct. 30 at the Marion County Extension Office located at 416 Fairground Road in Lebanon.

  • Request to rescind resignation is denied

    Former principal of West Marion Elementary School, Paula Walston, who resigned from her position on Sept. 25, asked the Marion County Board of Education to rescind her resignation during a special-called meeting Monday, Oct. 12.
    The board unanimously declined her request.

  • Three Lebanon residents injured in wreck

    Three Lebanon residents were injured during a one-vehicle car accident on Sunday, Oct. 11.
    The accident occurred at 8:33 p.m., three miles north of Bradfordsville on Jones Creek Road, according to Kentucky State Police.
    Jessica Snow, 37, was operating a northbound 1998 Nissan Altima on Jones Creek Road when it dropped off the left side of the roadway and overturned into a creek bed.

  • 10-14-15 Newspapers In Education
  • 10-14-15 School Menus

    Breakfast
    Monday, Oct. 19: Pancake and sausage on a stick with maple syrup and toast or assorted cereal and toast, orange wedges, crunchy apple, variety of juice, and milk.
    Tuesday, Oct. 20: Granola breakfast cookie and toast or assorted cereal and toast, pears slices, grape clusters, variety of juice, and milk.
    Wednesday, Oct. 21: Scrambled eggs and toast or assorted cereal and toast, peach cup pineapple chunks, variety of juice, and milk.

  • Inauguration-week events begin Oct. 17 at SCC

    With the presidential inauguration of Dr. Cindy Gnadinger scheduled for Oct. 23, a week of activities will lead up to the inauguration ceremony. The public is invited to join the St. Catharine College community as it gets ready for inauguration.
    On Oct. 17, teams of volunteers from St. Catharine College will partner for a day of service around Washington County. To volunteer or for more information, email inauguration@sccky.edu.