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Today's News

  • Would you wash another’s feet like Jesus did?

    Isn’t to be a Christian the act of emulating Jesus’s commands?  
    Our society applauds wealth and success as what’s important. Even the apostles argued over strength and who was best and who might sit beside Christ in his kingdom. This is fundamentally human nature.
    But what is so fascinating to me is how Jesus, sheer God in human form, looked at what is important and tells us to be servants.

  • Community calendar: 1-16-13

    Community
    Humane Society fundraiser to be held Jan. 21
    Who: Anderson Humane Society and Edwardo’s Pizza
    What: Spaghetti Dinner with AHS Board of Directors serving to generate funds (10 percent of proceeds) for low-cost spay neuter fund for the community.
    When: Jan. 21, 6-8 p.m.
    Where: Edwardo’s Pizza in Lawrenceburg

  • Free health seminar to be held Jan. 17

    A free video health seminar titled “God’s Way to Ultimate Health” will be held Jan. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at Ninevah Christian Church.
    “In this dynamic seminar, the Rev. George Malkmus tells how he overcame colon cancer and other diseases more than 30 years ago by simple diet changes founded on principles found in the Bible,” according to a news release.
    Ninevah Christian Church is located at 1195 Ninevah Road in Lawrenceburg.
    For more information, contact Shawn Tucker at 502-839-3978.
     

  • ACE offers crash course in pottery

    Adult Community Education is offering a pottery wheel crash course Thursday, Jan. 17 from 6-8 p.m. through Elements Clay Studio and Stuff and ceramics artist Susan Burge.
    “This is a great opportunity to use the potter’s wheel and gain a basic understanding of the beginner process of wheel-throwing clay,” according to a news release from ACE.  “This 2-hour session includes demonstration, hands-on wheel throwing and the pottery hand-building experience.”  

  • Class of 1953 makes plans for high school reunion

    Event organizers of the 60th reunion for the Anderson County High School Class of 1953 are seeking information about former classmates as they plan for the reunion to be held June 14-15, 2013.
     “In an effort to make sure we include everyone, please let us hear from you,” reunion organizers said in a news release. “If you started with us as a freshman, and for any reason didn’t finish (school) with us, you are invited.”
    Widowers and widows of classmates are also invited. All events for the reunion will take place in Lawrenceburg.

  • Way We Were: Combs County conservation essay winner

    In the mystery photo that Ed Ruggles submitted recently, there were several answers, another one for Ralph Jeffries.
    Bill Jeffries says it’s his father, Ralph, and the other man was Lafe Murphy. Bill, who is a local painter, even brought by an old Anderson News clipping of his father in later years. He was building cistern with Denny Waldridge at the Robert Buntain home on Willisburg Road.

    50 YEARS AGO
    Jan. 17, 1963

  • Anderson Humane Society to hold spaghetti dinner fundraiser Jan.21

    The Anderson Humane Society will raise funds for its low-cost spay and neuter clinic with a spaghetti dinner Jan. 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Edwardo’s Pizza, located on Glensboro Road.
    The society’s board of directors and other volunteers will serve the spaghetti, and all tips and a percentage of the proceeds from the meals will be donated to the clinic for the spay-neuter program.

  • Water line breaks cause trouble for residents, workers

    Two city water line breaks, one starting last Thursday and another on Monday, have caused problems for residents, and the workers attempting to stem the leaks.  
    Public Works Director Larry Hazlett reported at the city council’s meeting Monday night that workers are attempting to fix a water line break underneath a section of the railroad tracks at the intersection of North Main and Center Street.  

  • Zoners want to shrink historic district, let owners opt out

    A discussion on creating a historic district in Lawrenceburg led to more questions than answers for the planning and zoning board last Tuesday night.
    What the board says it does know: Planning and Zoning can either recommend or not recommend the creation of a historic district in Lawrenceburg.
    The board must hold a public hearing in February, with affected property owners properly notified.
    The city council will have the final vote, and the ultimate power to establish the district, or dismiss the proposal entirely.

  • Board of Education members sworn in, elect new officers