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Today's News

  • WWII vet recalls events that shaped his life

    oe Gay said he cannot complain about the past 92 years he has spent on this earth.

    “I’ve been blessed all my life,” he confesses. “You know what they say about the youngest child in a family. Everyone takes care of the baby. I’ve been spoiled.”

    That is not to say that everything has been easy, but Gay said through the grace of God he has always ended up in the right place at the right time.

  • Man accepts plea deal in sexual assault case

    A man indicted more than three years ago on a charge of first-degree sexual abuse of an 8-year-old pleaded guilty Wednesday morning in Anderson County Circuit Court, just moments before his trial was scheduled to begin.

    Daniel Rohach, 22, of 1120 Northwood Loop, Lawrenceburg, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of second-degree sexual abuse in exchange for the prosecution’s offer of being on probation and a five year diverted sentence.

  • Readnower, Whetzel charged in methamphetamine bust

    A Lawrenceburg man scheduled for sentencing Tuesday on charges that include throwing a chair at police officers now faces additional charges after being busted for manufacturing methamphetamine.

    A second man with numerous criminal convictions was also charged at the time.

    Daniel L. Readnower, 31, of 1523 Nevins Station Road was charged July 14 with manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine by Det. Jeremy Cornish of the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

  • Class of 1975 holds reunion
  • The Way We Were:Cartinhour receives Meritous Service Award

    Betty Hatter sent an email about the Anderson All-star photo on last week’s Way page. She had two sons in the photo, Jacky Hatter and Robby Hatter, the batboy. She said she remembered this “season in our life” really well and the good times with good friends.

    Kenneth DeWitt was something else. A barrel of fun, with an emphasis on barrel, Hatter said. (Explanation later.) Those were the days when CB radios were really popular. Some of the local guys belonged to a CB radio club called “Uncle Charlie Rejects,” according to the email.

  • Athletic fee is yet another income tax

    Column as I see ’em …

    I’ve stayed out of the dust-up regarding the school board’s decision to start charging student athletes a fee to play a sport.

    Until now, that is.

    Like the $50 instructional fee parents of high school students who don’t receive free or reduced lunches are “required” to pay, the fee to play sports is optional.

    That’s right, it’s optional, but don’t expect to hear or read that anywhere else.

  • Century Bank – Friends. Neighbors. Banking Professionals.

    During the 15 years Century Bank has been in business, it has become known for many things.

    It is the only locally owned and operated bank in Anderson County.

    It provides a full suite of deposit, loan and online services.

    It provides friendly, knowledgeable customer service.

    But above all else, Century Bank is known for being a place where customers are comfortable knowing they are dealing with people they know and trust.

  • McKinney-Casey Engagement

    Amber Dawn McKinney and Shawn Travis Casey, both of Lawrenceburg, are pleased to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage

    The groom is the son of Valorie and Earl Casey and the grandson of Harold and Jean Casey.

    A 2011 Anderson County High School graduate, the groom attended Jefferson Community College and is currently employed at Best Way in Louisville.

    The bride is the daughter of Angela Dawn Peters. She attended Shelby Co. High School and is employed at Family Video in Shelbyville.

  • Lawrenceburg-based Glo-Marr celebrates 50th anniversary

    Lawrenceburg-based Glo-Marr is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the company announced.

    The company started as an idea in the kitchen of Fred Nicolosi’s Italian mother in 1965.

    Fred Nicolosi, his father Joe and brother-in-law Gene, manufactured the very first batches of Pink Pup Pet Shampoo. Now, 50 years later Glo-Marr Pet Products is still in the business of keeping pets clean.

  • Library Calendar July 29, 2015

    The Anderson Public Library will offer the following free classes in July:

    Pilates Plus

    When: Mondays and Wednesday

    Time: 3:30-4:30 p.m.

     

    Make Your Resume

    When: Thursday, July 23

    Time: 6 to 8 p.m.

    Summer Reading Celebration

    When: Saturday, July 25

    Time: 4 p.m.-6 p.m.

     

    Seniors Computer Class

    When: Tuesday, July 28

    Time: 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

    Set Up Your Tablet

    When: Wednesday, July 29