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Today's Features

  • By Kendall Sparks

    KPA News Service

    Glenn Thornberry is, once again, thinking nothing of the milestone he hit March 13 — his 105th birthday.

  • By Pam Wright
    Kentucky Press News Service

    After more years than anyone can seem to remember, a faithful group of customers have made their way to H&A Restaurant “where everybody knows your name” to enjoy a home-cooked breakfast before beginning their day.

    All that is left now are the memories as the iconic diner closed its doors for the last time Friday, leaving behind a legacy that has spanned the years.

  • By Brian Owens

    Faith Columnist

  • Women’s spiritual seminar planned

    The Lawrenceburg United Pentecostal Church, located at 113 Dogwood Dr., Lawrenceburg KY 40342, invites women of Lawrenceburg for a daylong spiritual seminar Sat., May 24, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The event will feature international speaker Vicki Richardson and fun and relaxing breakout sessions. One of the sessions is a pottery class taught by Susan Burge of Elements Pottery. The cost for the event is $35 by Wed., April 30, or $50 at the door.

  • 50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, April 9, 1964

    Amos Glenn Rogers Jr. of Route 1 volunteered for the Armed Services and left Louisville following his induction.

     

  • Knox William Lane Perkins was born March 25, 2014 at 12:51 p.m. at the Frankfort Regional Hospital to LuAnn Puckett and Johnny Perkins.

    He weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 ¾ inches long.

    He was welcomed home by big brother Denver Puckett.

  • Jedidiah and Aaren Stratton of Kennedale, Texas announce the birth of a son, Brantley Easton Stratton, born February 4, 2014, in Mansfield Texas.

    Brantley weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces and was 21 inches long.

  • Kentucky author Maryjean Wall will present "Between North & South: Kentucky Horses and the Civil War" at the Anderson Public Library as a part of the Kentucky Humanities Program.

    Ms. Wall's story is about the love by people for Kentucky horses during the Civil War.

    Soldiers, guerillas, and outlaws prized Kentucky horse for their speed, endurance and agility in battle. They raided Bluegrass farms with impunity and on one occasion, rode off with arguably the best racehorse in America.

  • The American Legion Auxiliary Anderson Unit 34 and the city of Lawrenceburg will host the Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt Sunday, April 13 at the American Legion fairgrounds. The hunt starts at 1 p.m. sharp.

    Free pictures of children with Mr. and Mrs. Bunny, prize baskets, money eggs and drinks will be available for each age group and over 8,000 eggs for age groups, 1-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12 and a group for special needs.

  • Attention ladies, this Saturday is Ladies Day in Lawrenceburg. Get your friends together and put on your hats and boas, dress up , dress down .... but dress for fun!

    Ladies will be getting a passport and participating in all kinds of fun activities, shopping, book signings and a raffle, because there’s a lot to offer in Lawrenceburg.