Today's News

  • Turner sends supplies to tornado victims
  • Christian Academy celebrates Dr. Seuss Day
  • Grimes meets with BCTC students
  • Turner, community businesses donate to tornado victims

    YKK, along with Robert B. Turner Elementary and General Cable, collected and delivered a truckload of donations on March 9 to Lexington for the tornado victims.
    Greg Pass, YKK Snap Fasteners America’s (YSU), director of human resources and safety, stated that the founder of YKK, Tadao Yoshida’s philosophy of “No one prospers unless he renders benefit to others,” known as the “Cycle of Goodness,” was the inspiration for assisting the tornado victims in Kentucky.

  • Women’s Club hosts musical group

    BCB & Company will present a musical program on the Hits of Motown for the Lawrenceburg Pierian Women’s Club on March 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Anderson County Library Pierian Room.
    Under the direction of Jana Terrell and Deb Arnold, the group includes teenagers from Anderson and Franklin counties.

  • High school performs spring musical ‘Guys and Dolls’

    The Anderson County High School theater department  will present the 2012 spring musical “Guys and Dolls.”
    Evening performances will be March 16-17 and 23-24 at 7 p.m. with two matinee performances on March 18 and March 25 at 2:30 p.m.
    Tickets can be purchased at the door for $8 per adult and $5 for children age 6 and up.
    For more information, contact Jaclyn Haddix at jaclyn.haddix@anderson.kyschools.us.

  • Turner hosts science fair

    Robert B. Turner Elementary hosted its annual science fair for fourth grade students on Feb. 28-29.
    According to Jennifer Darmsteadt, instructor at Robert B. Turner: “The projects were very creative and showed evidence of great thought. Students learned a lot by using the scientific method to uncover some of the secrets that science holds.”
    The following students received awards for their entries:

  • Expecting a child? Enroll in HANDS

    Expecting parents and new parents can get a helping hand through the Anderson County Health Department’s HANDS (Health Access Nurturing Development Services) program, according to a news release.
    The program is free for those who qualify, which can be determined through a screening process at the health department.
    Amanda Blair, a registered nurse who coordinates the program, describes it as follows:

  • District court docket: 3-14-12

    Judge Donna Dutton heard the following cases during Anderson District Court proceedings on Feb. 16, 2012.
    Armando M. Cortes, arraignment, operating a motor vehicle under the influence – pleaded guilty, sentenced to 20 days to serve (credit time served), 90 day operator license suspension, $728, installment/deferred payment May 21; no operator/moped license – pleaded guilty, sentenced to 20 days to serve (credit time served).

  • Stay classy, not trashy

    I met Anderson County on Wildcat Road.
    My father’s GPS decided to take us by this road less traveled by, and I won’t say that it made all the difference in choosing to move to Kentucky, but it was definitely my first glimpse at my new home.
    That bumpy gravel road didn’t offer a smooth, comfortable ride.
    It offered a lush jungle of green forests and gurgling creeks, a sore sight for eyes overloaded with endless fields of cows and corn.