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Today's News

  • $1M healthcare question

    Ben, the man pictured directly above me on this page, recently handed me a news article about $1 million.
    Turns out that during a recent school board meeting in Woodford County, the Woodford County school board learned they could face $1 million in Affordable Care Act or Obamacare penalties if it failed to offer adequate health insurance to those full-time employees working 30 hours a week.

  • Medicaid flourishing here, not Obamacare

    Uh oh. That was my takeaway after watching Gov. Steve Beshear’s appearance Sunday on “Meet the Press.”
    Paraded out by Democrats looking for something, anything positive to say about Obamacare, Beshear was supposed to trumpet how well Kentucky has done signing up people for the controversial health tax (yes, I said tax, not law, and point to the Supreme Court decision to back it up).
    Beshear did an admirable job spouting that there have been roughly 25,000 sign-ups and heralding the state’s ability to create a website that actually works.

  • McKenzie crowned Miss ACHS
  • News briefs: 10-30-13

    Sale to benefit Lil’ Prince, Princess
    The 12th semi-annual Lil’ Prince and Princess sale is scheduled for Nov. 2 from 8 a.m. to noon at Turner Elementary School, organizers announced.
    Sale items will include gently used baby, children and maternity items, including clothing to size 14, toys and accessories.
    Home-based businesses will also offer items during the sale.
    For more information call Emy Womack at 5020-680-1185 or Diane Womack at 502-680-0882.

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  • Library trustees hear more on expansion plans

    The Anderson Public Library’s Board of Trustees got a glimpse Monday night at what the $15,000 it authorized to spend for a feasibility study on expansion will buy.
    Monica Sumner, an architect with design firm Brandstetter Carroll Inc. of Lexington presented trustees with the $15,000 contract, saying the study will provide a wealth of information to help them decide if they want to move forward with expansion plans.

  • Fox Creek Christian to host ‘Harvest for Haiti’ fundraiser

    One bag of rice feeds six children.  
    The rice, fortified with vitamin- and nutrient-rich dehydrated vegetables, soy and protein powder, tastes a little bland to their palates, Harvest for Haiti fundraiser organizers Lisa Floyd and Donnie Campbell said.  
    But Floyd and Campbell, who recently returned on Oct. 20 from their mission trip to Haiti, said they’ve seen the difference that plain-tasting rice makes in the lives of Haitian children.
    They’re hoping 100,000 bags of rice and $20,000 makes an even bigger dent.

  • Grand jury indicts Aspen Drive man for fourth DUI

    A Lawrenceburg man is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Anderson Circuit Court on his fourth charge of driving under the influence, according to court documents.
    The charge is a Class D felony.
    Derek Z. Carter, 34, of 319 Aspen Drive was indicted Oct. 22 by a grand jury after being charged in August with driving under the influence, fourth offense, illegal possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. The illegal possession charge was dismissed by the grand jury.

  • Bearcats set record, march to second-place finish in state finals

    With only five minutes to go before their semifinal performance Saturday, the Anderson County Marching Bearcats were running.
    Band director Patrick Brady and 86 Anderson County high school and middle school students sprinted the half mile from their warm-up field to South Oldham High School after confusion over schedule logistics gave the band only minutes to make it to its semi-final performance.
    The band didn’t jog or walk briskly, Brady said Monday morning. They flat-out ran, he said.

  • Two seriously hurt; heavy fog blamed

    One man was in critical condition and another serious following a head-on collision Tuesday morning on US 127 Bypass.
    Fog described as “heavier than pea soup” was likely the main culprit in the wreck caused when one driver apparently turned left off of US 62 and travelled north in the southbound lane before striking another vehicle head-on in front of the Hill of Beans convenience store on the Bypass.

  • Sheriff’s Halloween event now at Eagle Lake

    Worried that stormy weather in the forecast for Halloween will ruin your children’s trick-or-treating?
    Don’t fret. Sheriff Troy Young announced Tuesday afternoon that he is moving his annual Project Safe Streets to Eagle Lake Convention Center, pavilion two, to allow children and their parents a chance to enjoy Halloween without worrying about the weather.
    The event was previously scheduled to be held in front of the courthouse in concert with the City of Lawrenceburg’s Trick or Treat on Main.