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Today's News

  • Church news briefs, June 3, 2015

    Pastor to celebrate anniversary

    Pastor and Mrs. Ramon Smith will celebrate their 33rd anniversary at Second Christian Church on June 7 at 3 p.m., the church announced.

    Special guest will be Morgan Gilkey of Paris, Kentucky.

    The church is located at 106 Church St., Lawrenceburg.

    Waddy concert series begins Friday

    The Waddy Summer Concert series begins 7 p.m. Friday, June 5 at Waddy Baptist Church, 3130 Waddy Road, Waddy.

    The first concert will feature The Lawson Family Band.

  • Bible shows it’s never too late to change

    By Larry Coleman, Faith Columnist

    It’s never too late to change. Is that really true?

    Recently a friend shared about a men’s small group he was part of some years back. He said that without exception each man shared that they had tried and failed to change themselves.

    As Christians they could not figure out why? They had followed all the religious rules and world’s suggestions, but no success.

  • Darnell named to School for Arts

    From staff reports

    Anderson County High School student Dudley Darnell III has been accepted to the Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts, according to a news release.

    Darnell was accepted into the vocal arts program, which is scheduled for Danville’s Centre College from June 21 through July 11.

  • Carrico earns Eagle Scout

    From staff reports

    Lawrenceburg resident Avery Brice Carrico earned the rank of Eagle Scout during a ceremony March 11 at South Elkhorn Baptist Church, according to a news release.

    He was a member of Troop 400 at the time and is now a member of Troop 37 in Lawrenceburg.

    The 14-year-old is a son of John and Shelia Carrico.

  • Beta Sigma Phi hands out awards

    From staff reports

    Several awards were given out and new officers installed during the May 18 meeting of Beta Sigma Phi.

  • Tax incentives OK’d for Four Roses expansion

    By Ben Carlson, News staff

    Hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax incentives were preliminarily approved last week for what is expected to be a major expansion at the Four Roses distillery here along with new warehouses at its facility in Coxs Creek in Bullitt County.

    Details of the expansion are expected to be released during a news conference scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday at the distillery on Bonds Mill Road.

  • Baccalaureate celebration
  • District Court Docket, published June 3, 2015

     

    Judge Donna Dutton heard the following cases during Anderson District Court proceedings on April 23.

    Said K. Binaliyev, arraignment, operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – pleaded guilty, sentenced to $243, installment/deferred payment June 1.

    Amy R. Brittingham, hearing, operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – motion granted, defendant to be released to home incarceration program.

  • From punch to pudding, bananas are just great

    By Ashley Fields, Cooking columnist

    So, how do you like your bananas? Firm, with a tinge of green? Yellow, and no spots? Or soft and speckled?

    I prefer mine just barely ripe with no spots. If I’m baking banana bread though, I use bananas that are almost black. The riper, the more stout the flavor. Bananas, like most fruits, are very versatile and add a delicious, sweet flavor to any food or drink. This week’s column is all things banana. I’ve included three of my favorite banana recipes.

  • 61st Class Reunion