Today's News

  • Bourbon and Brushes
  • ENGAGEMENT: Fuqua-Crossfield

    Gwen Phipps of Frankfort and Daniel Fuqua of Lawrenceburg announce the engagement of their daughter Emily Fuqua to Sam Crossfield.
    The groom is a son of Robert and Carla Crossfield of Lawrenceburg. He is a 2006 graduate of Anderson County High School and a 2011 graduate of the University of Kentucky. He is employed by state.
    The bride is a 2009 graduate of Anderson County High School as well as a 2014 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. She is employed as a Registered Nurse at Saint Joseph Hospital.

  • Community Calendar Aug. 12, 2015

    Upcoming Events

    Wheels of Time Cruise-In: Aug. 14 at 6:30 p.m., Main Street

    Summer Concert Series: Concept and Inception at 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Lawrenceburg Green


    Birdwhistell Estate Auctions: Aug. 15 at 9:30 a.m., 1145 Alton Road

    Rotary Club-Rotary Fest: Aug. 15 at 6 p.m., Lover’s Leap Winery

    Lawrenceburg Ghost Walk: Aug. 15 at 8 p.m., Main Street

    8th Annual Lawrenceburg Ladies Pamper Night: Aug. 18 at 6 p.m. to 8p.m., Eagle Lake Expo Center

    Anderson Public Library

  • Not your average green bean

    Jerry Sutton wasn’t scaring people Monday morning as he walked around with what appeared to be a couple of long, dead snakes.

    At least on purpose, that is.

    “When I took them into Five Star (a convenience store on Broadway), people started running backwards,” he said with a chuckle.

    Once folks realized what Sutton was carrying, their fear quickly turned into awe.

    “After I told them what they was, they started gathering around asking about them and touching them,” he said.

  • Oh, deer!

    of a horror movie greeted Ann Chilton when she awoke one morning last week and ventured outside.

    Hoping to take in the sight of buzzing hummingbirds and the lush greenery, instead Chilton’s eyes spotted the carcass of a young buck right in the middle of her backyard.

    The decaying deer was stuck on some rocks in the middle of the picturesque stream that flows through Chilton’s back yard and gives the subdivision its name.

  • Sheriff’s office one of few in state to receive accreditation

    Sheriff Troy Young checked off one of the biggest items on his office’s bucket list last week when his office became just the 15th in the state to receive full accreditation from the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP).

    “In my 30 years, it’s probably one of the top accomplishments that I’ve been a part of,” Young said last week after he and Det. Sgt. Bryan Taylor returned from a ceremony in northern Kentucky where they received the award.

  • Club to cook world’s ‘largest pot of burgoo’

    Being that Lawrenceburg bills itself the “Burgoo Capital of the World,” it only stands to reason that folks from here would be in charge of cooking what is being billed as the world’s largest pot of the burgoo.

    The Anderson County Sportsman’s Club has been invited to cook the burgoo at Crave Lexington, an annual local food festival scheduled for Aug. 22-23 at Masterson Station Park in Lexington.

    The club received the invitation from Lawrenceburg resident Robbie Morgan, the festival’s director.

  • 184 Anderson Co. students have perfect attendance

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Aug. 5, 1965

    Perfect attendance

    There were 184 students in Anderson County who had perfect attendance for the 1964-65 school year, according to Willard Gillis, director of census and attendance.

    Gillis said this number is less than the previous year but said the epidemic of mumps and chicken pox this year was the cause.

    Those having a perfect attendance record were:

    Anderson High

  • Do you know whose inheritance you’re spending?

    Just the other day coming back from Lexington an RV passed me and on the back window was the familiar quote: “I’m spending my children’s inheritance!”

    It got me to thinking about our inheritance as a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.

    You know that if you are a Bible-believing Christian you have two inheritances. The question for a believing Christian is “Whose inheritance are you spending?”

  • Church Briefs: August 12, 2015

    Back to schoolservice at Farmdale Baptist

    Farmdale Baptist Church will host a back to school student worship service Sunday, Aug. 16 at 6 p.m., the church announced.

    The guest preacher will be Brian Hinton, Baptist Campus Missionary at Kentucky State University.

    The musical portion of the service will be led by Lexington Road, a student-led worship band from Boyce College.

    A pizza fellowship will follow the service. The event is free, but RSVP to brian@farmdalebaptist.com with the number of students and adults that will be attending.