Today's News

  • Store holds grand opening
  • Audit shows city council spending up 11 percent

    The city council reviewed and approved both its yearly audit and a million-dollar economic development grant to build a new water tank at its Nov. 14 meeting.
    The city’s net assets increased by $93,537 for the fiscal year, yet government spending increased by 11 percent, according to an independent audit of the city’s finances.

  • Emma B. Ward holds Veterans Day program
  • Five middle school students attend ACDA choir

    Five students from ACMS were selected to perform at the Kentucky American Choral Directors’ Association (KYACDA) Honor Choir.  
    This is the first time ACMS has had students audition for this choir in recent years. Students selected performed difficult music and worked with nationally recognized choral teachers.
    Two students were selected for the fifth and sixth grade children’s choir, and three students were selected for the SSA junior high choir.

  • Christian Academy names honor students

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg named the following middle and high school students to its honor roll for first quarter.

    Honors: GPA 3.69-3.50
    Mason Eichhorn, 6
    Teri Crutcher, 9
    Caleb Hatton, 9
    Elishah Black, 11

    High Honors: GPA 3.99-3.70
    Christian Weeks, 6
    Jeremiah Robinson, 6
    Blaine Carpenter, 6
    Asa Brown, 7
    Payton Mckinney, 8
    Dillon Harper, 9
    Shaylyn Burton, 11
    Brittney Casey, 11

    Administrator’s Commendation: GPA 4.00

  • Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg honors local veterans
  • Meet the classroom: 11-16-11
  • Anderson County Schools earn spot on AP Honor Roll

    Anderson County Schools was one of five Kentucky districts to be designated as a member of the College Board’s second annual AP District Honor Roll for significant gains in Advanced Placement access and student performance.
    The AP District Honor Roll nationally recognizes and acknowledges districts’ successes and efforts to expand AP access, performance and commitment to increasing student achievement.
    Only 367 districts were selected nationwide this year. Inclusion on the second annual AP District Honor Roll is based on the following criteria:

  • Fired ex-social worker in court Tuesday for disposition hearing

    The fired ex-social worker charged in tampering with public records in cases involving alleged sexual abuse of children is scheduled to appear Tuesday, Nov. 22 in Anderson County Circuit Court for a disposition hearing.
    The hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m.
    Margaret “Geri” Murphy pleaded not guilty in September to nine felony charges based on a number of child custody cases she was supposed to investigate between 2006 and 2010.

  • Murder suspect in court Tuesday

    The man charged with murdering a Clay Burgin Road woman in January is scheduled to appear next Tuesday morning in Anderson Circuit Court.
    Terrance Cram, 49, allegedly murdered Tena McNeely, 49, on Jan. 3 at her residence on Clay Burgin Road, about 14 miles west of Lawrenceburg.
    Cram disappeared, leaving a trail of receipts from credit cards he allegedly stole from McNeely following her murder.
    He was captured several months later in Arizona.
    He is also charged with tampering with physical evidence and fraudulent misuse of a credit card.