Today's News

  • All deer hunters should be preparing for Saturday

    I’m a slob! Not totally, but enough to have driven my mom… and the wife… a little nuts! It’s not that I’m opposed to cleanliness, it’s just that I realize there’s a major difference between “clean” and “clean enough.”
    How many of you have never picked up a piece of clothing, sniffed it, and decided “clean enough?” Those who have will understand my point. Those of you who haven’t… shame on you for lying!

  • Representative Stan Lee to file “Tim Tebow Bill”
  • Vaught’s Views: Isaiah Briscoe has always been a winner

    By Larry Vaught
    Special to the Enterprise

    Isaiah Briscoe knows exactly how he wants to be described on the basketball court.
    “I would like to be known as a winner. I have always gave 110 percent between those lines and tried to win each game I played,” said the Kentucky freshman point guard.

  • Siegrist kills deer

    Nate Siegrist, 11, got his first deer with a bow and arrow (a 10-point buck) on Halloween at his family's farm in Marion/Taylor counties.

  • Basketball: Knight Madness

    The Marion County Knights hosted “Knight Madness” Monday, Nov. 2, to introduce the 2015-16 boys basketball teams.

  • U12 MC Blaze boys youth soccer team

    The U12 MC Blaze boys youth soccer team just finished up the 2015 fall soccer league by participating in the Kentucky Youth Soccer Commonwealth Cup in Versailles. Team members are Alex Hernandez, Henry Mattingly, Ben Bland, Tristan Record, Jeb Hughes, Ben Lewis, Elijah Kirkland, Joe Keith Shewmaker, Hayden Robbins, Michael Ryan Masterson, Leon Raley, Dalton Kehm, Mitsumasa "Mitchy" Kato, Lawson Elder and Clay Skaggs. The team was coached by Mitchell Mattingly and Marty Record.

  • Commonwealth Cup Champs

    The U12 travel team from Marion County to Versailles this past weekend and won the platinum division of the Commonwealth Cup.

  • Bradfordsville Jamboree is Nov. 13

    There will be a Bradfordsville Jamboree on Nov. 13 at the Bradfordsville school community building. Doors will open at 5 p.m. with concessions available. Thee will also be a meal of chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, bread, dessert and a drink for $8. The Big Train Band featuring Phillip Clarkson will provide entertainment. Special guests will be Katelyn and Samantha Daugherty. Admission is $10. For more information call 270-337-4666 or 270-337-2832. Proceeds benefit the center. This is the final jamboree of the year.

  • Bluegrass Pipeline documentary to be shown in Springfield

    The End of the Line, the new documentary film about the success of central Kentuckians in defeating the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline, will be shown by New Pioneers at the Springfield Opera House on Monday, Nov. 16, from 5 p.m. to 7 pm. A wine and appetizer potluck will accompany the film and discussion. Admission free and donations encouraged.

  • Low voter turnout, but smooth election in Marion County

    The election may or may not have turned out the way you wanted it to last week, but according to Marion County Clerk Chad Mattingly, things went extremely well for his staff.
    “I don’t know that we could have asked for a better performance,” Mattingly said. “Everybody did a really good job.”
    There were a few hiccups, according to Mattingly, but that’s going to happen during any election.