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Today's News

  • Houtz-Harmon engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Houtz of Lawrenceburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Angela Marie Houtz to Anthony Lynn Harmon, son of Glenn Harmon of Springfield and Rebecca Harmon of Apex, North Carolina.

    Hautz is a 2001 graduate of Anderson County High School. She graduated from Nash Academy of Lexington in 2012, where she studied animal arts. She is employed at America’s Uptown Hounds Luxury Resorts.

    She is the granddaughter of Charles and the late Doris West of Nicholasville, and Allene and the late LaVern Houtz of Winchester.

  • Hope Community Church commisions Stephen Ministers

    From staff reports

    Nine newly minted Stephen Ministers were commissioned at Hope Community Church recently.

    According to its website, Stephen Ministers provide Christ-centered care to people experiencing a difficult time in life. For example, divorce, grief, illness, and job loss are a few of the problems they are trained to deal with.

  • Ten Commandments are not suggestions from God

    If you are lost in the woods, why is a compass an essential tool? The needle on the compass always points true north, and if you know that safety or shelter are south, you know which direction to travel, and that can keep you from getting completely lost and possibly putting your life at risk.

    An airplane pilot will tell you that if the compass on his plane is off by a couple of degrees, he can miss his destination by 100 miles.

  • Church briefs

    God’s costume tea party set July 24

    Westside Community Church will host God’s costume tea party from 11 a.m. to noon July 24.

    Children ages 12 and younger, along with their parents, are invited to join in the celebration.

    “It will be a tea-riffic day to praise the Lord and celebrate God and his wonderful love for us,” organizers said in a news release.

    The public is welcome.

    The church is located at 1311 Versailles Road, Lawrenceburg.

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  • KAREN MCDONALD NAMED MISS BLUEGRASS FAIR

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, July 21, 1966

    At the market — You could get 5-pounds of ocean perch fillets for $1.69 at A&P Supermarket. 5-pounds of chicken livers were $1.89.

  • Jail log

    From staff reports

    The following people were recently arrested and transported to jail, according to information provided by Anderson County Jailer Joani Clark.

    June 24

    Mary Back was charged with failure to appear by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

    Andy Kwan was charged with failure to appear or pay by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

    Vincent Semien was charged on a Boone County warrant by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

    June 26

  • Enthusiasm high as new tourism commission meets

    Monday marked a new day for tourism in Anderson County when the Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Tourism Commission held its first meeting.

    Mayor Sandy Goodlett and Judge-Executive Orbrey Gritton worked for months to form the commission, which formerly operated solely as a function of county government, saying they are both thrilled to see it begin.

    “I’m excited about it,” said Gritton. “We now have joint tourism between the city and county, and I look forward to bigger and better things.”

  • Pokemon Go craze a big hit in Anderson County, too

    A Pokemon is nearby.

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately, you’ve undoubtedly heard of the latest fad — Pokemon Go.

    The game, which is a free download for phones or mobile devices, has players young and old, meandering all over town in search of virtual creatures to capture.

    “The main goal is to find as many different types of Pokemon as you can. In order to find Pokemon and hatch Pokeman eggs, the player has to walk around, often exploring the areas around them,” Jordan Arnold, 19, explained.

  • Hollander installed as district governor

    Lion Guy Hollander, right, of the Lawrenceburg Lions Club is shown after he was recently installed to the office of district governor for Lions District 43T. ‘It is an honor to be elevated to this position and I hope the next year will be a success both in service and in membership growth,’ he said in a news release. District 43T raised more than $150,000 in community service funds and performed 6,000 hours of community service, according to the news release. Shown with Hollander are, from left, Lions Carol Hollander, Diane Corlew and Bob Corlew.

  • Education briefs

    Sixth grade open house set at ACMS

    Anderson County Middle School will host an open house for incoming sixth-graders from 5:30 to 7 p.m. July 26.

    The school supply list for sixth-graders is: Binder/Trapper Keeper; 8 three-holed pocket folders; markers, crayons, or colored pencils; composition notebook (science); 1 five-subject notebook (math); pencils; loose-leaf paper; 1 highlighter; index cards (literacy); and dry erase markers (math).