.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Community News

  • 4-H shooters excel at state contest

    Twelve 4-H members represented Anderson County at the State 4-H Shooting Sports Contest held Sept. 17-18.
    They competed in several divisions including archery compound bare bow, archery bow hunter, archery target bow and shotgun.  Anderson County had several top individual scorers as well as two state champion teams.
    Justin Mehs placed third in the 15-18 age category of the bow hunter division. Ethan Steele placed first in the 12-14 age category of the target bow division, and was also the overall high scorer for all age groups.

  • Bears, bears and more bears
  • Stay safe this Halloween

    It’s time again for the creepy decorations, falling leaves, endless costumes, and lit Jack-o-lanterns. As families across the country begin to prepare for what has become an increasingly popular holiday, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is reminding everyone to take a few simple safety precautions in order to ensure a fun, safe, and not too scary Halloween.
    NFPA offers the following safety tips to help keep horror from striking your home this season:

  • Relay for Life golf scramble
  • Local writer Lewis publishes story for ‘Chicken Soup’ series

    Janeen Lewis of Lawrenceburg has published a new story “Consider the Daisies” in her eighth Chicken Soup for the Soul anthology — “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Stories for Tough Times, according to a news release.
    Lewis is a freelance writer. Since 2009, Lewis’ stories have been published in eight Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies.
    In March 2012, her story “Hearth Smart” will be published in “Chicken Soup for the Soul Stay-at-Home Moms.”

  • Fire Prevention Week Demonstrations
  • News briefs: 10-19-11

    News seeks Halloween community photos
    The Anderson News will be accepting community photos of readers’ Halloween activities, costumes and festivities for its Nov. 2 edition of the newspaper.
    Readers can upload high-resolution photos to the News’ community forum page, “Anderson NewsHound” on Facebook.
    Please include the names of the individuals in the pictures, who they are supposed to be dressed up as, and any other relevant information.

  • Heritage Hall goes fishing

    Residents of Heritage Hall took a fishing trip to Beaver Lake on Sept. 22, the agency reported in a news release.
    Assisted by staff members, residents fished and cooked out.
    “This year we decided to have a fishing tournament, and it was a huge success,” organizers said. “They had a great time.
    One resident, Gilmond Curtsinger, said, “This is the best day of my life,” organizers said.

  • Apply now for low-income heat assistance program

    A program designed to help heat the homes of low-income families is scheduled to begin Nov. 7, the Community Action Partnership announced.
    Those needing assistance can apply at the Blue Grass Community Action Partnership office, located at 117 Hilltop Drive, Lawrenceburg. Call 839-7102 for hours and additional information.
    Those applying need to provide a variety of household information, including income and identification.
    The program is a statewide initiative in partnership with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.
     

  • Truck tug to benefit Cole playground

    The ninth-annual David and Christopher Cole Truck Tug of War is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 15 in the county park.
    The tug will begin at 6 p.m.
    The annual event raises funds for the Cole playground, located near the Extension office in the county park. The playground is dedicated to the memory of the Cole brothers, who died in a traffic accident.
    The event will feature three sanctioned classes for two-wheel drives and four-wheel drives; three powderpuff classes; a street stock class; and a county-only class.
    Concessions will be available.