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Today's News

  • Way We Were: WESTERN LADY EAGLES HEADED TO REGION

    50 YEARS AGO
    Thursday, March 5, 1964
    Winset Samuel Webb was on the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences for the first semester. A son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Webb, of Route 2, he earned a perfect 4.0 standing. A graduate of Anderson High School, he was a senior at the university.

    Paul Dedman Shelton, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shelton, fell as he was leaving school Tuesday afternoon and suffered a cut over his right eye. A local physician treated him.

  • Church briefs: 3-5-14

    ‘Joyful Noise Gospel Choir’ concert
    to be held in Harrodsburg
    St. Peter African American Episcopal Church will be hosting Georgetown College’s “Joyful Noise Gospel Choir” in concert on March 23 at 3:30 p.m.
    St. Peter African American Episcopal Church is located at 225 W. Lexington Avenue, Harrodsburg.
    For questions, please contact Sherry Green at 859-621-3728 or email sherrygreen1955@yahoo.com.

    Lawrenceburg resident begins
     Lexington ministry

  • Don’t fly from faith when anxious; fight for faith

    Anxiety is a dark companion. The Apostle Paul, writing to Roman Christians about his struggles in living the Christian life says, “When I want to do right, evil lies close at hand” (Romans 7:21). While this refers specifically to the sin nature that is still present in every child of God, one common manifestation of this is anxiety and worry. For most people anxiety is close at hand, lurking in the shadows. It is easily provoked, and with much difficulty is it dealt with.

  • District court docket: 3-5-14

    Judge Donna Dutton heard the following cases during Anderson District Court proceedings on December 16, 2013.
    Donald E. Hudson, arraignment, failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security – pleaded guilty, $243, installment/deferred payment Mar. 24.
    Eric D. Jarboe, hearing, failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security – $268, installment/deferred payment Apr. 21.

  • Lexington officials continue seeing trends with heroin use

    By Justin Madden
    Lexington Herald-Leader
    Emergency crews from the Lexington Division of Fire responded to four calls last month about individuals who overdosed on heroin. Firefighters were able to save three of the four by giving them a shot of Naloxone, also known as Narcan, an antidote that can reverse the effects of opiate drug overdoses. The fourth person died, said Public Safety Commissioner Clay Mason.
    More often firefighters are responding to calls about overdoses, and Narcan shots are being administered — and saving lives.

  • Kentucky rising junior may win scholarship, photo shoot in contest

    A rising junior at one of Kentucky’s public or private high schools will win a $500 scholarship and a photo shoot at his or her school through the “Promote Your School” scholarship contest, sponsored by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).
    To enter, the student must submit an essay about one of these subjects:
    · What my aspiration for my generation is.
    · How I am preparing for my future.
    · How my education plans will affect my community.

  • Ward Elementary releases fourth, fifth grade honor roll lists

    Emma B. Ward recently released its fifth grade honor roll and honor roll students for Thompson, Sims and Spivey fourth grade classes. Students named to the honor roll from Crystal Darnell’s fourth grade classroom were not available as of press time.

    Fifth grade

    All A’s
    Haley Abell
    Tyler Case
    Alaina Drake
    Olivia Drury
    Nathan Eccles
    Abby Fife
    Nicholas Hardin
    Farrah Haynes
    Weston Holloman
    Justin Hunter
    Madison Hurst
    Lindsey Isaac

  • Education briefs: 3-5-14

    Lawrenceburg student
    participates in
    Posters-at-the-Capitol event
    Andrew Monarch of Lawrenceburg was scheduled to participate in Posters-at-the-Capitol, a showcase of Kentucky undergraduate research, on Feb. 27 at the capitol building rotunda, according to a news release.
    Monarch, a political science major at the University of Louisville, presented his research poster titled “Liquor Licensing in the Commonwealth.”  

  • Stinnett selected to serve as interim Saffell Street principal

    Gary Stinnett, current district Energy Manager, has been selected to serve as Saffell Street Elementary school’s interim principal for the remainder of the school year, according to a news release.
    Stinnett will take on the role of interim principal March 31 as current principal Robin Arnzen transitions into retirement in April.
    Stinnett has more than 40 of experience in education and currently serves as the district’s energy manager, according to Superintendent Sheila Mitchell.

  • Search under way for new high school principal

    The district has begun its search for a permanent principal at the high school and has tentatively set a start date for the new principal for July 1, according to Superintendent Sheila Mitchell.
    The Anderson County High School’s site-based decision making council met last Thursday afternoon during a special-called meeting to discuss the principal selection process, and decided to move forward to find someone to fill a permanent principal position.