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Education

  • Suazo graduates School of Dentistry with honors

    Jessikka K. Suazo, daughter of Herman and Rita Harvey, graduated cum laude from University of Louisville School of Dentistry Sat., May 10.

    She received a Bachelor of Science in dental hygiene.

    Suazo is a 2007 Anderson County High School graduate and maintained a 3.6 grade point average throughout her years of college.

    She is a member of Second Christian Church pastored by Rev. Ramon Smith of Lawrenceburg.

  • Franck is honored by AARP Kentucky

    A Robert B. Turner Elementary School student was selected county winner in the “2013-2014 Grandparent of the Year” essay contest sponsored by AARP Kentucky and the Kentucky Retired Teachers’ Association.

    Emily Franck, a fifth-grader in Gina Morgan’s class, was chosen as the winner based on her essay honoring her grandfather - Bill Bryant. The essay competition is a unique way to recognize the significant contributions that older Kentuckians make toward shaping the lives and values of youth across the Commonwealth.

  • Pierian Woman’s Club show raises money for community projects

    The Lawrenceburg Pierian Woman’s Club’s “Hats Off!” Luncheon & Style Show was held May 17 at St. Lawrence Catholic Church.

    A silent auction held during event raised more than $1,100 for Backpack Buddies.

    About 100 guests enjoyed a fashion show conducted by Martha Caywood of The Derby Shoppe & Raggs in Danville following the luncheon, which was prepared by club members.

    Proceeds from the luncheon and candy sales will fund the club’s community outreach projects during the coming year.

  • Crooning Casey
  • As ‘real’ world awaits, local students are upward and onward

    Marissa L. Barnes: I plan to attend Morehead State University to major in veterinary science and eventually return to Lawrenceburg.

    Christina Benningfield: I plan on being self-employed.

    Nathan Bentley: I plan to attend Eastern Kentucky University and get my law degree or go to the University of Tennessee and get a mechanic degree.

    William Birkicht: I plan to attend Eastern Kentucky University to study athletic training and physical therapy.

  • Anderson County High School grads bequeath lots in senior wills

    I, Marissa Barnes, being of witty mind and short body do will and bequeath the following: to my larger counterparts, the ability to be tiny and weave through the crowded halls, to those who hate math, my love of it, and to AC teachers and staff, my love and respect for teaching and caring for us the last 12 years.

  • Spring Concert has more than music

    The Anderson County High School Spring Concert is Thurs., May 29, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school’s Bearcat Theatre.

    The concert is free and features the Advanced Chorus and Women’s Chorus.

    There will be numerous solo performances, featuring selections, such as, “Can You Feel The Love Tonight,” “Java Jive,” “the Shoop Shoop Song” and more.

    Along with a musical presentation, performers will receive recognition for their successes during the 2013-14 school year.

  • These are a few or the Class of ‘14’s favorite things

    Superhero

    1.) Spiderman

    2.) Batman

    3.) Superman

    4.) Mom

    5.) Dad

    6.) Grandpa

    7.) Thor

    8.) Iron Man

    9.) Optimus Prime

    10.) Wonder Woman

    Musician/Group

    1.) Florida Georgia Line

    2.) Luke Bryan

    3.) Justin Moore

    4.) Bruno Mars

    5.) Juicy J

    6.) Katy Perry

    7.) 1-800-Zombie

    8.) Jason Aldean

    9.) Sleeping with Sirens

  • Tanner Yankey receives the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award at UC

    The University of the Cumberlands honored Tanner Yankey of Lawrenceburg with the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award at the 55th Annual Honors Day in Gatliff Chapel April 27.

    The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award honors a male student in the senior class who has made significant contributions to university life and demonstrated outstanding spiritual values.

  • Doolin will work at Sparrow Missions

    A total of 144 students, faculty and staff from Campbellsville University are serving in missions and ministry projects this summer.

    The CU Baptist Campus Ministry and School of Theology Ministry and missions projects include 95 members.

    •Joshua Aaron Doolin of Lawrenceburg will be working at Sparrow Missions.

    •Students will serve at Springhill Camps, Crossings Camps, Go Tell Camps, LifeWay Centrikid, Week Hope, Camp Schafer, Center for Courageous Kids and LifeWay CentriFuge Camp.