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  • Bills address coal jobs, opioids and child abuse

    You will often notice that bills coming through the Kentucky General Assembly put people first. That person may be a child, a worker in need of a job, or a young adult living in a community plagued by criminal activity and drug abuse. All are important in the eyes of Kentucky lawmakers.

  • Edwards defends Rotary speech contest title

     

    Annie Edwards, 18, defended her title by winning last Thursday’s speech contest, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Lawrenceburg.

    “This is a wonderful community service project that Rotary does, and I wanted to take part in it,” she said.

    Her brother, Luke Edwards, 16, finished second, followed by Sophie Etherington, 17, in third.

  • Cast and crew of ‘Cinderella’ prepare for opening night

    By Brittany Fuller

    News staff

    Anderson County High School is busy rehearsing for their spring musical which is set to open next Friday, March 17. This year the students will perform “Cinderella.”

    The cast of the musical will hold a meet-and-greet March 11 from 10 a.m. to noon. At the high school. Children can have their pictures taken with Cinderella, dance with the prince and play games with members of the cast.

  • ’Lectric Legends prepping for Super Regional meet in Iowa

    The ’Lectric Legends have been competing for three years, and just won first place in The Tech Challenge Kentucky Championship. They will go on to compete against 72 teams at The Super Regional Competition this month in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. This competition will take place from March 30 - April 1.

    The ’Lectic Legends meets every Monday from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m where they work, build, and strategize what is next for their team. Some group members have been together since 2010 after attending the same home school group where they became friends.

  • Man charged with burglary after stealing $2 in change

    A Lawrenceburg man remained behind bars Monday for allegedly stealing $2 from a residence on Avenstoke Road, according to court documents.

    Jacob C. Browning, 25, of 1366 Buntain School Road, was arrested last Thursday on a charge of second-degree burglary and ordered held on $10,000 cash bail.

    According to a warrant for his arrest, Browning kicked in the back door of the Avenstoke Road residence and stole approximately $2 in change from a box in the home’s master bedroom.

  • Woman faces meth, heroin charge

    A Lawrenceburg woman remained jailed Monday on drug charges and for resisting arrest, according to documents on file in Anderson District Court.

    Brianna Mowry, 21, of 203 Franklin St. was around 4 a.m. Saturday when deputy Zach Ray of the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office attempted to serve a warrant for her arrest on Hunter Ridge Drive.

    In his report, Ray said he and officer Trey Burris of the Lawrenceburg Police Department were forced to use “empty hand techniques” to subdue Mowry, who put up a fight as Ray attempted to place her in handcuffs.

  • Dixon champ in lanquage arts at Governor’s Cup

    80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, March 11, 1937

    Dr. S.C. Gibbs, Glensboro physician, who had been in the King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Frankfort for three weeks for stomach trouble, was reported as satisfactory by the attending physician, Dr. Winfrey Blackburn. The genial doctor had the best wishes of all Anderson county for a speedy recovery and return to his practice.

  • The perfect pie crust for Pi Day

    This is an exciting month; daylight savings on Sunday with a full moon, Pi Day on the 14th, St. Patrick’s Day on the 17th, and the first day of spring on the 20th.

    Today in Italy, they celebrate International Women’s day and the men give women yellow flowers. It’s the perfect excuse to bring yellow flower cupcakes to work in honor of all women.

  • New book revisits history of Cropper

    Author Mike Grimes recently released his third book, “Cropper Reflections,” described in a news release as a collection of stories and pictures related to the hamlet of Cropper, which is located in the northeast corner of Shelby County.

    “Cropper Reflections” is a collection of stories and pictures related to the small county hamlet of Cropper Kentucky, which is in the northeast corner of Shelby County.

  • Freedom threatened when Christians don’t do their job

    The War of Independence was won in 1781, and America was declared a free and independent nation.

    Great Britain had a vast empire, a far superior army, better training, greater numbers and better weapons, but Gen. George Washington prevailed with a rag-tag army mostly of volunteers who didn’t have enough weapons or ammunition, and could not even afford to buy shoes for its soldiers.

    It was perseverance, faith in their cause and a belief that they were in the right that allowed them to win against insurmountable odds.