Community News

  • Fair, horse show gallops into town

    The 139th annual Lawrenceburg Fair and Horse Show will kick off its week of horse shows, pageants and carnival rides this Saturday, June 25 with the gates opening at noon at the fairgrounds.
    The Fair and Horse Show, set to run June 25 through July 2, features a variety of entertainment, competitions and attractions.
    The Kent Family Magic Circus will perform two shows every night at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. through July 2.

  • Bypass Motors donates to Relay
  • Relay candles celebrate hope

    The American Cancer Society Relay for Life is a celebration of survivorship and remembrance that raises funds for and awareness of the fight against cancer. The Luminaria Ceremony is the soul of Relay for Life.
    After sunset at each of the more than 3,000 Relay for Life events held nationwide, luminaria candles are lit and left glowing throughout the night to remind everyone of the incredible importance of their contributions. The candles bear the names of those who have battled cancer.

  • ‘Copper for a Cure’
  • Weird Wood
  • Auxiliary donates Crusade for Children
  • For the children
  • Briscoe retires after 26 years in Navy

    It was Feb. 26, 1985 when Bradley A. Briscoe enlisted in the United States Naval Reserve. He was a teenager at the time.
    Twenty-six years later, Commander Bradley A. Briscoe, member of the Nurse Corps of the United States Army, has retired from the service. He was honored with a dinner at Beaufort, S.C., on May 11, according to the retirement program brought to the News office by his grandfather, Curt Briscoe. Bradley Briscoe was raised by his grandparents Curt and Lorena Briscoe and lived with them when he joined the Navy, according to his grandmother.

  • A Night on the Green
  • Fiscal Court Notebook

    New roof OK’d for
     fiscal court annex
    Just three years after spending $35,000 to fix a leaking roof, the fiscal court last Tuesday agreed to spend $62,000 to fix it again, this time in hopes that it won’t continue to leak.
    The roof covers the fiscal court annex on Main Street, including the property value administrator’s office.
    Judge-Executive John Wayne Conway said it has gotten so bad that when PVA employees leave for the weekend, they are forced to cover all of their equipment with plastic in case it rains.