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Today's News

  • Council approves first reading of $3.559M budget

    The city council unanimously approved the first reading of its $3.559 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year, a $43,400 increase.
    The budget’s expenses for health insurance may need to be adjusted, according to Mayor Edwinna Baker during the finance committee meeting Monday afternoon, because of delays in receiving health insurance rates for employees.
    Baker said the expenditures for employees’ health insurance will change and most likely be higher once the city receives health insurance rate information by June 1.

  • Students receive awards at Conservation District banquet

    The Anderson County Conservation District held its annual banquet April 23 to honor students for participating in the Jim Claypool Art and Writing contest.  
    “The Art and Writing contest was made possible through the hard work and dedication of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts and the Anderson County Conservation District,” according to the Conservation District’s press release.

  • Council to discuss $2M detention basin project, ‘glass mountain’

    The city’s wastewater treatment plant can handle increased water flow during heavy rains.  
    For now, according to Public Works Director Larry Hazlett.
    Processing a little more than 1.8 million gallons of wastewater on a normal day, the city wastewater treatment plant has averaged 10 million gallons per day during wet weather conditions, about 1 million gallons more than the plant’s maximum capacity of 9.9 million.

  • City council squashes historic district plan

    The city council voted 4-1 to reject the historic district commission’s proposal for an historic district in the city of Lawrenceburg.
    Council member George Geoghegan, former historic district commission chairman and sole dissenting vote, was the only council member to speak prior to the council’s vote.

  • Saffell Street April Students of the Month
  • Education briefs: 5-15-13

    Kidd graduates from WKCTC
    Crystal Darlene Kidd of Lawrenceburg was among more than 1,500 candidates for graduation eligible to receive one or more credentials from West Kentucky Community and Technical College this month, according to a news release.
    Kidd earned an associate in applied science degree in paramedic technology.

  • Agriculture construction class installs garden tables for Heritage Hall residents

    Anderson County High School students in Randy Adams’ agriculture construction class recently installed “stand up” gardens for residents of Heritage Hall in Lawrenceburg, according to a news release.
    Activities Director Penny Vest asked Adams if students could build a stand up garden so that residents could enjoy getting outside and planting vegetables, Adams said via e-mail.
    Students built two garden tables and delivered them May 6 to Heritage Hall and helped residents start a few plants in the new garden.
     

  • Habitat for Humanity seeks volunteers for building project

    Anderson County Habitat for Humanity chapter is looking for volunteers to assist with roofing and installing windows and doors for an Anderson County Habitat for Humanity residence on May 18.
    Habitat for Humanity is now accepting applications through July 15 for Anderson County residents to be the recipient of the 2014 Habitat for Humanity house.
    Applications can be picked up at both locations of Century Bank in Lawrenceburg and can be turned in at the bank.

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  • Waddy church to host gun shoot

    Skeet and rifle shooting is about fellowship.
    And ultimately, about spreading God’s word, according to Mt. Vernon Baptist Church chairman Garry Gaines.
    Mt. Vernon Baptist Church of Waddy is hosting its first Spring Shoot and Game Day this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring skeet, rimfire pistol and rimfire rifle shoots for children and adults of all ages.