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Today's News

  • Keep firewood insects out of your home

    Every time you bring a load of firewood inside this winter, you may be opening the door for wood-infesting insects to make your home their home.

    Most insects brought into the home on firewood are harmless, but you can greatly reduce their numbers by following a few simple steps.

    When stacking wood outside, avoid stacking it directly on the ground. This will keep it from getting too wet and reduce the chances of infestation by such insects as termites and ants.

  • No need to wait for spring to grow food

    I believe this is the most restful winter I’ve had in Kentucky. Honest to John, I’ve not had to hike up and down the hill, chop or carry much wood, or shovel paths so I can get up and down the drive. I’ve even gained weight.

    The calendar tells me I won’t have much more of this, so I’m taking full advantage now. Lounging around, paging through seed catalogues and listening to books is my idea of a good day. Free time is a rare gem to be appreciated and I do.

  • Let’s elect next highway foreman

    Column as I see ’em …

    With county highway foreman Billy Powell Catlett retiring soon, this is the perfect opportunity for Anderson County to lead the way in making that an elected position.

    That might sound crazy, calling for yet another political office, but it’s actually the sanest and most logical way to have that office function.

  • Armed robber holds up Versailles Road gas station

    From staff reports

    Police are searching for clues and help after an armed robber held up the Prime Star convenience store Saturday night, according to a news release from the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

    The suspect entered the store, displayed a handgun and demanded money, according to the news release. The suspect then fled the store with cash and cigars and was last seen running behind the business.

    Two clerks working at the time were not harmed, police said.

  • Granola bars are quick, easy to make

    By Ciara Hyatt, Cooking Columnist

    My first week of healthy eating and exercising was a success.

    I worked out and had a smoothie for breakfast every day last week. I even tried a new recipe for something I have never made before, granola bars.

    I would have never guessed these things were so easy to make and now that I see how quick and yummy they are I am excited to switch them up a bit by adding different nuts and dried fruits to the recipe.

  • 60th Anniversary

    William Paul and Sarah Alice Ritchey of Avenstoke Road will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Jan. 14. They were married by Bro. Don Carroll on Jan. 14, 1956 at Pigeon Fork Baptist Church in Waddy. Billy Davis Davenport and Elaine Davenport serves as their witnesses. They are the parents of three children, Paul Douglas (Nita) Ritchey of Frankfort; Treva (David) Bowles and Dana (Steven) Mehs of Lawrenceburg. They have six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

  • Senior Center Calendar, Jan. 13, 2016

    Wednesday – Jan. 13

    8:30 Breakfast Club

    10:00 Rockin’ with Rick

    10:15 Hearing Clinic

    11:30 Lunch

    1:00 Yoga

    2:00 Card Club/Board Games

    Friday – Jan. 15

    8:30 Breakfast Club

    10:30 MLK Gifts to All with Victor Brown

    11:30 Lunch

    12:15 Bible Study

    1:00 Card Club

    1:30 Movie & Popcorn

    2-5:00 Quilters Guild

    Monday – Jan. 18

    Closed - Martin Luther King Day

    Wednesday – Jan, 20

  • Armed robber holds up Versailles Road gas station

    Police are searching for clues and help after an armed robber held up the Prime Star convenience store Saturday night, according to a news release from the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

    The suspect entered the store, displayed a handgun and demanded money, according to the news release. The suspect then fled the store with cash and cigars and was last seen running behind the business.

    Two clerks working at the time were not harmed, police said.

  • That’s one ugly sweater, Brad
  • Auxiliary delivers Christmas to vets at Thomson-Hood

    Eight members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 34 in Lawrenceburg went to the Thomson-Hood Veterans Center in Wilmore on Dec. 12 for a Christmas party for the Jefferson Unit, according to a news release.

    Unit 34 members helped pass out food provided by the Veterans Center and gifts provided by the Auxiliary and Legion Post 34. Shopping was done for the 45 residents from wish lists.

    Veterans asked for and received sweat suits, UK caps, hoodies, shirts, a Louisville T-shirt and a Steelers cap.