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Community News

  • ‘Freedom’ car visits Lawrenceburg

    Edmonton resident Lynda Farley, owner of the ‘Liberty’ and ‘Freedom’ vans, made a stop at the Lawrenceburg Walmart parking lot on her way back from Frankfort Monday morning.
    Farley, who bought this 2010 KIA Sedona about three years ago, said she started placing bumper sticker messages including pro-smoking, political and religious statements all over the van the moment she bought the van from the dealer.

  • FDIC restrictions lifted on Town & Country Bank

    Town & Country Bank and Trust Co. announced last week that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions (KDFI) have terminated the bank’s consent order, according to a news release from the bank.
    A consent order is a formal agreement between banks and regulators designed to help address improving certain areas of a bank such as credit quality, capital, earnings and liquidity.
    Town & Country has two branches in Lawrenceburg.

  • Making spirits bright
  • American Legion Auxiliary to award student essay contest prizes

    The American Legion Auxiliary will be awarding winning writers with $50 prizes through its Americanism essay contest.
    Students in grades 3-12 are eligible to enter in the “Americanism” essay contest and will answer the prompt: “How can I show my pride in being an American?”

  • Junior Cotillion members participate in holiday events

    Lawrenceburg Junior Cotillion members recently participated in community holiday events during the month of December, according to a news release.
    Students enjoyed lunch at a local restaurant and shopped for two Lawrenceburg teenagers to provide them with a happier holiday, according to the release.
    Some members also offered their services at the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Annual Christmas Gala, which was held at Eagle Lake Convention Center on Dec. 7.

  • Junior Cotillion members participate in holiday events

    Lawrenceburg Junior Cotillion members recently participated in community holiday events during the month of December, according to a news release.
    Students enjoyed lunch at a local restaurant and shopped for two Lawrenceburg teenagers to provide them with a happier holiday, according to the release.
    Some members also offered their services at the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Annual Christmas Gala, which was held at Eagle Lake Convention Center on Dec. 7.

  • HANDS program receives donation
  • Lawrenceburg troopers promoted
  • Trooper earns promotion
  • Two earn Toastmasters advancements

    Cynthia Brandt earned the Advanced Communicator Bronze. To achieve that level, she had to complete 20 speech projects, 10 from a basic manual and 10 from advanced manuals.
    Steve Lanham earned the Advanced Communicator Silver, which requires the completion of 30 speech projects plus 2 presentations from Toastmasters “Better Speaker Series” or “Successful Club Series.”
    Brandt works as a case consultant for the state Disability Determination Services department, and Lanham works as an information technology contractor for Pomeroy IT Solutions.