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Community News

  • City Council awards check to CASA
  • Quiet Minds yoga studio opens in Lawrenceburg

    Yoga requires discipline and practice, especially when attempting the scorpion pose.
    Even Quiet Minds Yoga owner and yoga instructor Harmonie Field said it’s one of the more difficult poses she’s done, describing how to lean on forearms and lift the body up so feet dangle right above the head.
    But yoga isn’t competitive, Field said, so there’s no such thing as a perfect pose.
    “Yoga is better defined as a discipline, something you would practice every day,” she said.

  • Auxiliary plans Sept. 3 poker run

    The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 34 will host its fourth annual 100-mile poker run Sept. 3 for the Kentucky Healing Field.
    The Auxiliary will have 250 T-shirts with purchased advertising on the backs and sleeves. Ad prices are $50 for business card sizes, $100 for ad a bit larger than business card sizes, $300 for ad with logo and $500 for sleeve ads.
    The Legion Auxiliary must receive information for T-shirt ads by Aug. 23.

  • Patrick to pitch unified government plan Tuesday night

    The Lawrenceburg City Council and Anderson County Fiscal Court will meet Tuesday, Aug. 16 to hear a presentation on unified government.
    The meeting, which is open to the public, is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in the Anthony Stratton Building, located in the county park.
    Attorney Walter Patrick, who has spearheaded the effort, will make the presentation on what is required to unify government, including the creation of a commission to study the issue.

  • A flower’s dilemma
  • Welcome to civilian life
  • Community briefs: 8-3-11

    ACHS freshman orientation begins Aug. 11
    Anderson County High School will host its annual freshman orientation, Transitional Insights for Pre-secondary Students, on Aug. 11 from 6-8:30 p.m. TIPS registration will begin promptly at 6 p.m.    

  • Homemakers award ribbons during Home, Craft and Garden Fair

    The following people won ribbons and/or premiums at the Anderson County Extension Homemakers Home, Craft, and Garden Fair held July 19 and 20 at the Anderson County Extension Office:

    Clothing Department
    Lady’s dress-up dress – Nancy Baker, blue
    Sportswear – Tiffany Lyens, blue
    Girl’s dress-up dress or outfit – Nancy Baker, blue
    Boy’s dress-up outfit – Nancy Baker, blue
    Child’s play clothes outfit – Nancy Baker, blue
    Vest – Nancy Baker, blue

  • 127 yard sale starts Thursday

    The annual 127 Yard Sale, which stretches 675 miles from Hudson, Mich., to Gadsen, Ala., will draw thousands of visitors to Anderson County starting Aug. 4-7.
    Described in a news release as the world’s longest yard sale, the 127 corridor yard sale began as a means of getting drivers off the interstate and on the roadways of rural and America. The event, celebrating its 24th anniversary this year, is always held the first Thursday in August through the first Sunday, Aug. 4-7.

  • Student’s green thumb yields 10-pound cabbage