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Today's News

  • Don’t let the end of another beautiful summer pass you by

    It’s always a surprise to see the end of the month. One week just rolls on into the next and before you know it a new month is here.

    I am in full-bore canning mode and planning mode. I’ve got lots of processing left to do in the kitchen and my brain just keeps going outside to all the possibilities.

  • Plums perfect for desserts, entrees

    It’s almost apple season but I’m not ready for fall yet. This year I’m already thinking about mastering the art of the cider doughnut but not until plum season is over.

  • New book quenches thirst for bourbon knowledge

    Carla Carlton has been coming to Anderson County for more than 30 years, and recently wrote a book about the explosive growth of bourbon that is available for purchase locally at Sweet Mash on Main Street.

    Titled “Barrel Strength Bourbon: The Explosive Growth of America’s Whiskey,” Carlton said her novel takes a controversial yet approachable tone which takes the reader through the evolution of the bourbon industry and focuses on its growth in the past decade.

  • Twin sisters fulfill dream of teaching at same school

    Twin Sisters Meghan Drennan and Mackenzie Durr knew their goal in life by the time they were 8 years old.

    Growing up, the two women wanted nothing more than to become teachers and eventually be blessed enough to teach together at the same school.

    This year they got that wish.

    Now not only are both woman teachers at Robert B. Turner Elementary School, but they were lucky enough to land positions on the same team, teaching the same grade, with classrooms just one door down from each other.

  • Sobriety group casting a wider net by including middle school

    A high school youth group dedicated to teaching sobriety has expanded its reach into Anderson County Middle School.

    The S.O.S. Youth Coalition meets every other month for 20-minutes at the high school, normally with the same 10-15 students in attendance.

    The group held an anonymous survey at the high school during its first year, saying results they were good, but also shocking.

    “The things that really stood out that we adults did not think about was the number one cause for alcohol and drug use was stress,” said Donna Drury.

  • Drone providing variety of uses for county fire district

    Anderson County firefighters have a new weapon in their arsenal, one that doesn’t involve hoses, fire trucks or oxygen tanks.

    The fire district recently obtained a drone that can be used for myriad purposes, including helping keep firefighters safe.

    With four whirring propellers, the remote-controlled unit can soar hundreds of feet into the air and travel miles from its user. It is equipped with a video camera that transmits images back to the operator, who mounts a cell phone into the remote control.

  • news briefs

    Chrisman Memorial 5K is Sept. 9

    The second annual Eric Chrisman Memorial 5K Walk and Run is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 9 in Lawrenceburg.

    The event is held to raise funds in memory of Chrisman, an Anderson County native and Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg graduate who was killed in the line of duty while serving as a trooper with the Kentucky State Police.

    Participants can register through the day of the race for $35 or $25 for police officers and children 12 and under.

  • anderson county jail log

    From staff reports

    The following people were arrested in August and transported to jail, according to information provided by Anderson County Jailer Joani Clark.

    Aug. 1

    Austin Caffee was charged with receiving stolen property by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

    Elizabeth Gilbert was charged with receiving stolen property by the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

    David Baker was charged with receiving stolen property and theft by deception by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

    Aug. 3

  • United Bank, Here for What’s Next

    The two Lawrenceburg branches of United Bank & Capital Trust Co. have a history going back to the 1880’s. Now in 2017, our employees remain committed to community involvement and attention to customer needs.

    Come see our friendly staff at the Main Street Branch, where Branch Manager Barbie Markwell and her team are ready to help you open an account. Our lenders, Randy Leet and Libby Goodlett are happy to discuss financing needs large or small.

  • NEW HOMEMAKERS CLUB IN ROYALTY COMMUNITY

    80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Sept. 2, 1937

    A number of women of the Royalty community met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Champion and formed a Homemakers Club. Helen Morgan, Home Demonstrator for Anderson County did a canning demonstration at the meeting.

    Mrs. Charles Duncan was elected president; Mrs. C.E. Champion, vice president; and Callie Gritton, secretary.