Today's News

  • Future farmers visit the Capitol
  • 2-18-15 School Menus

    MCHS additional menu item: Pop-tart or cereal bar grab and go breakfast served in lobby daily
    Monday, Feb. 23 - Pancake and sausage on a stick with maple syrup and toast or cereal and toast, strawberry cup, apple, juice and milk
    Tuesday, Feb. 24 - Granola breakfast cookie and toast or cereal and toast, pear slices, grape clusters, juice and milk
    Wednesday, Feb. 25 - Scrambled Eggs and toast or assorted cereal and toast, peach cup, pineapple, juice and milk

  • Dates are set for art camp and auction

    Judy Bradshaw
    Special to the Enterprise
    The Marion County Arts and Humanities Council set its arts camp for children for July 13-17 during its regular monthly meeting last week at the Marion County Farm Bureau office.
    The camp will be held at Lebanon Elementary School and the Marion County Extension office. Over the next month, the council hope to establish this year’s theme and secure the teachers for the program.

  • Five generations
  • Ferguson donates to Locks of Love
  • Burton is Spring View Hospital’s Celebrity of the Quarter
  • Illness within MCPS

    Members of the community have been concerned about the low attendance due to recent illnesses affecting schools throughout the district.

    “It was on the west end of the county and now it’s moved to this [east] end of the county. Our high school actually has the poorest attendance right now, but we still have some elementary schools that are at 94 percent,” Superintendent Taylora Schlosser said during the Feb. 12 Marion County Board of Education meeting.

  • Dangerously cold conditions are possible this week

     Arctic winds could bring bitterly cold conditions on Wednesday and Thursday, with temperatures between -10 and -5 degrees on Thursday morning and wind chills possible down to -25 degrees, according to the weather service.

    “These bone chilling temperatures and wind chills pose a real danger to anyone who is outside for prolonged periods of time,” the weather service reported.

  • Black history program is Sunday

    The Lebanon chapter of the NAACP's annual black history program, which was originally scheduled for Feb. 22, has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at Centre Square.

    The guests at this year’s program is the Louisville chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers. The black history exhibit at the Marion County Heritage Museum will be open after the program.

    For more information, contact Jerry Evans at 270-692-5579. 

  • Boutique shop helps downtown

    Six years ago, Jessica Taylor opened a boutique shop in downtown Lebanon, but even she is surprised by what That Cute Little Shop has become.

    “I never expected it to be what it is now,” Taylor said. “Originally I wanted to do clothing, but I had so many people say that they didn’t think it would go over well.”