Today's News

  • Ask yourself if you’re ready to let ‘Jesus take the Wheel?’

    Do you remember the words of Carrie Underwood in her song, “Jesus Take the Wheel?”

    It is a song about a desperate young mother who is overwhelmed with life, and doesn’t know what to do next.

    She is at the end of her rope.

    The words are: “Jesus take the wheel, take it from my hands, ’cause I can’t do this on my own. I’m letting go, so give me one more chance, and save me from this road I’m on. Jesus take the wheel.”

  • Cleaning up Salt River


    Master Distiller Brent Elliott and employees from Four Roses Bourbon hosted a Salt River Clean Up Day on May 19, according to a news release from the company.

    The group of volunteers spent the day maintaining the riverbank along the distillery grounds by removing debris.

    The event kicked off with a group lunch in the distillery gazebo. Afterward, the volunteers moved across the street to clean up the riverbank. The group targeted areas around the dam, bridge, and the highway where it forks on each side of the Salt River.

  • Celebrate Memorial Day with these recipe ideas

    Make your Memorial Day memorable. This is always such a busy time of year with graduations, weddings and getting ready for summer vacations.

    Whether your hosting a party this weekend or going to one, these recipes are easy and fast to prepare and you’ll look like a star.

    Red, White and Blue Salad

    5 ounces package of baby kale

    1 pint strawberries, quartered

    1 6 ounce container blueberries

    1 5 ounce container crumbled feta

    1/4 cup salted roasted sunflower seeds

    1/4 cup buttermilk

  • KSP Detective Young recognized for bravery

    80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, May 27, 1937

    Seventeen students graduated from Kavanaugh High school.

    In addition to the high school students receiving their diplomas, there were a number of eighth grade graduates on the stage, who also were given their diplomas by Mrs. Kavanaugh.

  • Late troopers to be honored

    Three Kentucky State Police troopers killed in the line of duty will be honored Thursday by placing wreaths at their gravesites, the state police announced.

    The event is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at Lawrenceburg Cemetery, where trooper Bobby McCoun will be honored.

    The event will then be moved to the cemetery at Sand Spring Baptist Church, where troopers Harold Toll and Eric Chrisman will be honored.

    Toll, 34, was fatally injured Nov. 14, 1948 in an automobile accident while responding to a call for assistance in Anderson County.

  • Anderson County Scholarship Fund announces winners


    Scholarship grants for academic year 2017-18 have been made to 31 students, 29 of who were selected by the selection committee of the Anderson County Scholarship Fund, it was announced in a news release.

    The United Methodist Church Scholarship Committee of Lawrenceburg selected the remaining two students.

    The selection committee awarded 29 students $3,000 each.

    The United Methodist Church Scholarship Committee selected two students who received at total of $3,000.

  • Jail Log

    The following people were charged recently and transported to jail, according to information released by Anderson County Jailer Joani Clark.

    May 14

    Michael Best was charged with failure to appear and contempt of court by the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

    May 15

    James Tindall was charged with probation violation by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office.

    Justin Centers was charged with failure to appear by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Woman charged with armed robbery


    A Lawrenceburg woman was scheduled to be arraigned this week for allegedly robbing the Primestar II convenience store at gunpoint last year.

    Robin R. Holbert, 47, of 303 Lincoln St. is charged with first-degree robbery in the stickup that happened last Sept. 24.

    Holbert allegedly got away with $719.65 after entering the store and holding the clerk at gunpoint while demanding cash.

  • Teen charged with burglary of grandparents’ home


    A Lawrenceburg man remains behind bars after his grandparents caught him in their house, going through their belongings, according to a criminal citation on file in Anderson District Court.

    Christopher Barrick, 19, of 1650 Bypass South is charged with second-degree burglary after a deputy nabbed him while fleeing from his grandparents’ home, according to a report filed by arresting officer Brian Boggs of the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

  • ‘I wanted to be lucky’


    The odds of finding a four-leaf clover are 1-in-10,000, but one Anderson County girl has hit the jackpot.

    Baily Powell is a third-grader at Saffell Street Elementary School. She said after watching a program on TV she decided to try her luck at finding the famous four leaf clover, and now, in just one week, has a collection nearing 30.

    “I wanted to be lucky,” said Baily. “I found one in my granny’s yard, and then I started looking (more) for them.”