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Today's Features

  • Just in time to lift your spirits and prepare for the holiday season, the quintessential Christmas story is being brought to life by the Bluegrass Theatre Guild in partnership with the Grand Theatre. The Bluegrass Theatre Guild will present the story Dec. 4 through 7.

    The version of “A Christmas Carol” that Bluegrass Theatre Guild has chosen to present was adapted by Karen Louise Hebden, according to a news release.

  • Glensboro Baptist offers Thanksgiving meal

    A Thanksgiving meal will be served Thursday at Glensboro Baptist Church starting at noon, the church announced.

    Meals can also be delivered by calling 839-8290.

    The church is located at 2910 Glensboro Road.

     

    Salvisa Christian to be featured on tour

    Salvisa Christian Church will be featured during the annual Christmas Holiday Homes Tour, according to a news release.

  • Thanksgiving is Thursday. As you read these three words, you may be doing so in the comfort of your home, which is beginning to be filled with not only family but also the aroma of Thursday’s feast bellowing through the atmosphere. Children are playing with siblings and cousins. Teenagers are merrily scrolling through apps on their phone and sending Snapchats to all of their friends. Thanksgiving Day represents a time of fullness, love, and special moments, but not for everyone.

  • Amanda Lee Warford and Casey Lawrence Edge were married Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Lawrenceburg. Brother Paul Barrick officiated the ceremony. Music was provided by pianist Michael Sivils, organist Meredith Lewis, and soloist Steve Bridgmon. A reception followed at the Anderson County Community Park Building.

    The bride is a daughter of Leann and Mark Warford of Lawrenceburg. She is a granddaughter of Mary (“Blondie”) Warford and the late Walter Warford, and Shirley Hoskins and the late Kenneth Hoskins, all of Lawrenceburg.

  • Compiled by Janie Bowen

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    to jbowen@theandersonnews.com


    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Oct. 8, 1964

    Winning roses

    Charles Ash, local rose grower and enthusiast, won awards at the Frankfort and Louisville rose shows.

    He had shown specimens many times at the local fair but this was the first time he had shown in Frankfort or Louisville.

  • It seems appropriate since this is a faith column to begin with the question, what is faith?

    Faith is something that every human being lives by whether they are an unbeliever, believing-unbeliever or believer. However, often when it comes to defining or explaining the meaning of faith, things get a bit hazy.

    About a year ago, I was presenting to a group of men. I told them that I had observed all of them walk into the meeting and my conclusion was that they were all men of faith.

  • Salvisa Christian to be featured on tour

    Salvisa Christian Church will be featured during the annual Christmas Holiday Homes Tour, according to a news release.

    The tour is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 6 from 1 to 6 p.m. Tickets are available through the Harrodsburg Historical Society or at other tour locations.

    The church’s sanctuary was built in 1880-1881. The church will be decorated in the period and photos of Salvisa through the decades will be on display.