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Today's News

  • AT&T adds wireless capacity for Lawrenceburg, Salvisa

    AT&T announced today that it has added more wireless capacity to its 4G LTE network for Lawrenceburg and Salvisa, according to a news release.

    The improvements add more capacity to the latest generation of wireless technology, according to the release.

    Residents and business customers should notice improvements in speed and reliability when using their mobile devices.

    The changes are in response to customer demand and are part of the company’s ongoing investment in high-speed Internet in the area, the release says.

  • Residents: Confederate monument should go

    As state officials grapple with what to do with the memorial to Civil War icon Jefferson Davis in the state Capitol’s rotunda, local officials might soon be trying to determine the fate of a Confederate monument in front of the Anderson County Courthouse.

    Some are calling for the monument, which has stood in its current location since the late 1800s, to be removed.

  • General Cable could add 54 jobs

    The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority board announced recently that it has approved tax incentives for General Cable Industries of Lawrenceburg.

    According to KEDFA, the approval of the $700,000 in tax incentives on the company’s proposed $2.5 million investment could create up to 54 jobs which earn an average $21 an hour, including benefits.

    Director of Communications for General Cable, Tina Reiber, said the company’s projected investment is part of an ongoing restructuring discussion.

  • ‘Frog’ was ‘all around good guy

    Tonya McKinney paused when discussing the death of Billy “Frog” Scrogham, who died Sunday after a vehicle struck the lawnmower he was driving across Woodford Street.

    “I keep expecting him to come in the back door,” said McKinney, owner of Tonya’s Buffett on Hilltop Drive, one of several businesses Scrogham was known to frequent.

    “I can’t believe he’s gone.”

  • City council awards paving contract, names streets to be fixed

    The Lawrenceburg City Council voted Monday to award a paving contract to BJ’s Paving in the amount of $163,462. It was the lowest of three bids received.

    The amount will pave about 2 miles of city streets. Scheduled for paving are:

    l Ballard Street from North Main to Bluebird

    l Linden Drive from North Main to its end

    l Both entrances to Tara Way

    l Entrance to Butler Drive

    l McKee Lane from Walnut Street to Gailane

    l All of Maintenance Drive

    l All of Tahoe Drive

  • Burger bar great way to celebrate summer

    After a long summer day of work and play on the farm, I like to go inside to cool off and mix up a few quick ingredients to go on the grill.

    If it were up to me, we would eat breakfast, lunch and dinner outside, and sometimes we do.

    I’ve always enjoyed grilling, but I have a new-found love for it since moving to the farm. Grilling out is more of a way of life here on the farm, instead of just something you do on the weekends or holidays.

  • AT&T adds wireless capacity for Lawrenceburg, Salvisa

    AT&T announced last week that it has added more wireless capacity to its 4G LTE network for Lawrenceburg and Salvisa, according to a news release.

    The improvements add more capacity to the latest generation of wireless technology, according to the release.

    Residents and business customers should notice improvements in speed and reliability when using their mobile devices.

    The changes are in response to customer demand and are part of the company’s ongoing investment in high-speed Internet in the area, the release says.

  • Farmers suffering from wet weather woes

    The good news is that it’s actually healthier to let your grass grow long this time of year. Experts say 3 inches is a good height. They don’t say anything about 6-12 inches. Oh, these rains.

    Typically in July, our average monthly rainfall is 4 inches. Guess it just wanted to be an overachiever this year. At least we don’t have to water the trees and shrubs to help them handle these hot July temperatures. Geez-o-pete. It’s like Mother Nature took a water pill and has to pee every 20 minutes.

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  • Feeding hay? Know the facts about blister beetles

    Blister beetles are plant-feeding insects that contain cantharidin, a toxic defensive chemical that protects them from predators.

    Accidentally crushing a beetle against the skin can result in a painful blister, the source of the insect’s common name. In sufficient quantity, cantharidin in the bodies of living or dead blister beetles can be toxic, especially to horses. In some cases sheep and cattle may be affected.

    Blister beetle poisoning