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Today's News

  • Lawrenceburg adds four to Kentucky State Police ranks

    From staff reports

    Four Lawrenceburg men all graduated from the Kentucky State Police Academy during a ceremony last Friday morning in Frankfort, according to a news release.

    Donald McCormick, Gerald Milam and Matthew Sudduth were all assigned to serve at Post 5 in Campbellsville, and Eric Chrisman was assigned to serve at Post 1 in Mayfield.

    The foursome was among 69 new troopers who graduated and part of the agency’s 92nd cadet class.

  • Gov. appoints Leet to grape, wine council

    By Ben Carlson

    News staff

    Gov. Steve Beshear obviously knows that when it comes to Kentucky’s finest winemakers, Lawrenceburg’s Logan Leet is among the state’s best.

    Leet, president and winemaker at Old 502 Winery in Louisville and former owner of Lovers Leap Vineyards and Winery in Lawrenceburg, was reappointed by the governor last week to the Kentucky Grape and Wine Council.

  • Local students named to University of Kentucky fall dean’s list

    From staff reports

    For the first time, more than 6,000 students have made the University of Kentucky Dean’s List. UK has released its Dean’s List for the Fall 2014 semester.

    A record high of 6,366 students were recognized for their outstanding academic performance. That’s an increase of nearly 500 since Fall 2013 and nearly 900 more than Spring 2014, according to a news release.

    The following are Anderson County native students who were named to the fall dean’s list at the University of Kentucky.

  • News briefs for Jan. 21, 2015

    Tipton to visit Lawrenceburg

    State Rep. James Tipton will host a legislative briefing 7:30 a.m. Monday, Jan. 26 at Tonya’s Buffett, located at Hilltop Drive in Lawrenceburg, his office announced.

    Tipton, who represents Anderson County in Frankfort, will provide an overview of the 2015 legislative session and field questions from the community.

    Lawrenceburg woman joins medical group

    Leeann Spivey, nurse practitioner, has joined Northgate Medical Group, according to a news release.

  • Medley takes oath
  • Taxpayers sucker punched by fiscal court deficit

    By Ben Carlson

     

    Column as I see ’em …

    I’d normally do a private version of the Snoopy dance when something I’ve warned about for years comes true, but I’m in no mood to dance over this and after reading this week’s front page, I’m sure you aren’t, either.

    The prospect of the fiscal court having to borrow $400,000 to balance its budget is nothing short of an outrage.

  • Time to order your seeds

    As the saying goes, “I’ve reached the age when my train of thought often leaves the station without me.”

    I just forgot last week’s column and I blame it on the holidays. We all have our routines. Now that we’re back to what passes for normal, has anyone taken notice of our increased light?

  • Do you qualify for vet benefits?

    I’m not an expert on veteran benefits for seniors. The purpose of this column is to create awareness and encourage you to seek reliable information as it applies to you.

    I’ve met a few people who didn’t know that this might apply to them.

    This information is for a non-service connected disability pension plus aid and attendance allowance. The benefit may change every year. There is also a benefit for a surviving spouse.

    Some of the basic qualifications are listed here.

  • Use these tips to ward off firewood insects

    Many people use a wood-burning stove for heat or occasionally light some logs in the fireplace for enjoyment on cold winter nights. However, a quiet rick of firewood can harbor its own life.

  • Family pets live forever in our hearts

    By Jane Sinnett

    Guest Columnist

    As I sat with my cup of tea wondering what I should put in the Anderson Humane Society’s first column of the new year, I debated on being witty, serious, straightforward or off-to-the-side. I’m not sure what I came up with but as I looked at our newest family member, I began to go back in time – 44 years back. That was when my husband and I adopted our first shelter animal.