Community News

  • Auxiliary holds leadership course for junior, senior members

    The American Legion Auxiliary Department of Kentucky Leadership chairman Pam Rice Brough held a leadership course at Patriot Hall for junior and senior members on March 8, according to a news release.
    Brough is a past department president, and she gave each of the junior members one of her past president’s writing pens and a pin. Brough gave each person pages of written material that told the history of the Auxiliary, and she stated the mission and purpose of the American Legion Auxiliary is to serve veterans, their families and their community.

  • Kentucky state police accepting applications for incoming cadet class

    The Kentucky State Police is now accepting applications for its 92nd cadet class, which is scheduled to begin on Aug. 3, 2014, according to a news release. Interested applicants should visit the KSP website at www.kentuckystate police.org, click on the Career Opportunities, Recruitment Home and How To Become A Kentucky State Trooper links.

  • Woman’s Club to present ‘An evening with Mr. Lincoln’

    The Lawrenceburg Pierian Woman’s Club invites the public to attend “An Evening with Mr. Lincoln” on Friday, March 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Anderson County Public Library as a part of its annual membership campaign.
    Jim Sayre, an Anderson County resident who portrays Abraham Lincoln in the Kentucky Humanities Council Chautauqua, will entertain club members and guests, event organizers said.
    Admission is free and the club will be serving cookies and punch.

  • Scoutmaster receives service award
  • DARE magic show fundraiser scheduled to be held March 21

    A magic show to raise money for the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office DARE program is scheduled to be held March 21 at 7 p.m. in the Turner Elementary school gym.
    “The Anderson County Sheriff’s Department DARE Program is once again asking the community for help in our local Drug Abuse and Resistance fundraiser,” event organizers said. “All money raised stays in Anderson County and continues to help educate the children of our community.”

  • Drury selected for political leadership group

    Donna Crain Drury of Anderson County, member of the Anderson County school board, has been selected as one of 25 students in the Class of 2014 of the non-profit training program Emerge Kentucky of Louisville, according to a press release.
    Emerge Kentucky, established in 2009, is a political leadership program for Democratic women, and part of the Emerge America network, the press release said.

  • Anderson Public Library offers variety of classes in March

    The Anderson Public Library will offer the following free classes in March.

    Pilates Plus
    When: Mondays and Wednesdays
    Time: 12-1 p.m.

    Writers’ group
    When: Wednesday, March 5
    Time: 5:30-6:30 p.m.

    Doctor Who
    When: Friday, March 7
    Time: 6-7 p.m.

    APL Book Club
    When: Monday, March 10
    Time: 6-7 p.m.

    Herb Gardening
    When: Tuesday, March 11
    Time: 3 p.m.

    with Crafty Community

  • National Guard Memorial fundraiser to be held March 8

    A National Guard Memorial fundraiser and cook out is scheduled to be held March 8 at the Lawrenceburg Walmart beginning at 10 a.m., according to a news release.
    “At the present time our nation does not have a memorial for the U.S. National Guard men and women that have given their lives to keep us free,” organizers said. “Local Walmarts are helping raise funds to see that this happens.”
    The memorial is planned to be located in Frankfort at the Boone National Guard Armory.

  • Anderson finalist to compete in May pageant

    Abigail Alexander, daughter of Lucy Alexander, has been chosen as a state finalist for the National American Miss Kentucky pageant to be held May 9-11 in Louisville.
    The pageant is held for girls ages 7 to 9, according to a news release.
    Alexander, 9, is sponsored by Margaret Armstrong, Valerie Alexander, Bobby Alexander and Noal Cotton Jr.
    Her activities include soccer, gymnastics, cheerleading, reading and writing and she participates in the Girl Scouts.

  • Frankfort Regional offers new fast track in emergency room

    Frankfort Regional Medical Center’s Emergency Department is now offering a five-bed Fast Track area for less serious illnesses and injuries, according to a press release.
    The new Fast Track area is located within the ER and will be available seven days a week from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m., which are some of the peak hours for ER visits.
    The goal of the Fast Track program is to treat and discharge patients with non-life-threatening conditions within 60 minutes of arrival, the release said.