Today's News

  • Winter bird feeding hints


  • Lady Knights open with win over Bardstown

    Both Marion County basketball teams opened their seasons Monday evening on the road.

    The Lady Knights travelled to Bardstown, where they defeated the Lady Tigers, 44-43.

    Sophomore guard Haeli Howard led the Lady Knights with at 23-point performance. Sophomore guard Ambrasia Adams added 10 points in the win.

  • Women taking over the woods

    By Casey Sowers

    Enterprise Correspondent

    Some say hunting isn’t a sport and some say it is. Even though it’s not an “all-around-contact athletic event,” it’s still a sport to 12.5 million people, including1.2 million women. That’s 16 percent and the percentage keeps rising, according to womenanglers.us (http://goo.gl/RyKsw1).

  • Knights Madness

     The Marion County Knights basketball teams treated their fans to a preview of what’s to come during Knights Madness, an open practice and scrimmage on Nov. 25.

  • Aquaknights take 10th in first meet

     The Marion County swim team opened its season Nov. 15 at the Lakers Fall Preview in Russell County. The Aquaknights finished 10th in the team competition with a score of 146 points.

    The host, Russell County, won the meet with 821 points. The runner-up, Montgomery County, finished with 430.5 points.

  • Hunting ducks: A Thanksgiving tradition

     First, I’d like to tell you that the picture at the head of my column last week was of yours truly and not Nick Schrager!

    It’s not that “I’m” upset. It’s more that I hate to see a nice guy like Nick saddled with a mug like mine!


  • Deer photo: Wheatley

     Evan Wheatley, 7, killed this eight-point deer on the opening morning of deer season in Raywick. He is the son of Joey and Leslie Wheatley.

  • Local gymnasts heading to state competition

     Every member of the Fit Kids gymnastics teams qualified for the state gymnastics meet based on their performances at the Thanksgiving Classic, which was held Nov. 22-23 in Park Hills. The state meet is scheduled for March of 2015.

    Here is a rundown of how each gymnast performed (the results are within their respective age division):

  • Lady Knights adjusting to college life at St. Catharine

    Making the transition from high school to college can be a challenge.

    That’s true in the classroom and on a basketball court, as two former Lady Knights, Evelyn Taylor and Patrice Tonge have learned firsthand. Taylor and Tonge are first cousins, and they are both members of the St. Catharine College Lady Patriots basketball team, which competes in the NAIA’s Mid-South Conference.

  • Higdon elected as majority whip

    Jimmy Higdon was first elected to the Kentucky legislature in 2002. He won a special election in 2009 to fill the District 14 senate seat vacated by Dan Kelly.
    And last week, he was elected as majority whip by Kentucky’s Senate Republicans.
    “It’s a step forward as far as my career in the state senate,” Higdon said.
    This was the second time Higdon ran for the position of majority whip. In 2012, he lost to Sen. Brandon Smith of Hazard.