Today's News


    50 YEARS AGO
    Thursday, March 24, 1966
    Scouts attending the World Fellowship Rally in Lexington at the Coliseum included Carol Beard, Katherine Stewart, Vickie Thompson, Charlan Whitt, Jenny McCoun, Lisa Beckett, Mona Ingram, Paula Shryock, Julie Watts, Teresa Cummins, Cindy Stoner, Nancy Cox, Cheryl Duncan, Pattie Lynn Sharp, Faye Casey, Jane Searcy and Sharon Liken. Leaders attending the rally were Mrs. Silva Stoner Jr., Mrs. Grover Beckett, Mrs. Clarence Sharp and Mrs. Wesley McCoun.


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  • ‘Family Feud’ episode featuring Young family to air again

    From staff reports
    Sheriff Troy Young and his family will appear in an encore presentation of  “Family Feud” on April 7, the popular TV game show announced in a news release.
    An episode featuring Young, his wife Benita and sons Martin, Myles and Marcus, first aired last October and had Lawrenceburg buzzing for days after seeing the sheriff and his family on national television.

  • Pay raises planned as library board lauded for expanding

    From staff reports
    The Anderson Public Library Board of Trustees were lauded March 15 for its organization and budgeting regarding the library expansion by Chip Sutherland, the library’s financial advisor.
    “Just going back to 2009, your taxes have stayed steady, whereas most libraries have raised them,” he explained.

  • Deadline approaching for early childhood scholarships

    Kentucky’s child care providers and those who train child care providers may be eligible for the Early Childhood Development Scholarship to further their college education.
    The application deadline for summer classes is April 15. The deadline for fall classes is July 15.
    The scholarships are available to those who work at least 20 hours per week in a participating early childhood facility. Kentuckians employed as a preschool associate teacher in a state-funded preschool program are also eligible.

  • Kiwanis has first meeting

    The newly formed Kiwanis Club of Lawrenceburg met for the first time March 14.
    The meeting, in which about 15 people attended, took place at the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg.
    Officers were elected. Cheri Meadows will serve as president of the group. Jan Edwards Lee was named vice president. Tammy Gilkison will serve as secretary. Gail Jones will be treasurer.
    The club also decided to meet on Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. A location for the meetings has yet to be decided.

  • Bob Zany is coming to Lawrenceburg, ‘Bay-bee’

    dian Bob Zany is coming to Lawrenceburg, Bay-bee!
    Zany, a veteran of numerous appearances on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno and a frequent contributor on the nationally syndicated “Bob and Tom” radio show is scheduled to appear April 1 and 2 at Bourbon on Main in Lawrenceburg. Tickets are $15 and available at the restaurant, located on Main Street.

  • Five people charged as heroin, methamphetamine busts continue

    Five suspects face heroin and methamphetamine charges after being arrested last week by officers with the Lawrenceburg Police Department.
    Those charged include Beverly Cammack, 51, of 1019 Hoophole Road; Leticia M. Goodlett, 36, of 316 Highland Drive, apartment 3; Lee Sweet, 35, of 201 Djeddah Drive; Emily Flynn, 35, of 1141 Versailles Road; and Joshua N. Moore, 35, of 409 North Keeneland Drive.
    Sweet, Goodlett and Cammack were charged after police responded to Goodlett’s residence to perform a welfare check, according to police reports.

  • Suspect pepper sprayed after breaking window in cop car

    A homeless Lawrenceburg man suspected of stealing thousands of dollars in electronics from Walmart is being held on a $5,000 cash bond after he tussled with police, kicked the rear window out of a police car and later defecated in a holding cell and ambulance.
    Christopher H. Isaacs, 29, was charged with shoplifting, disorderly conduct, menacing and criminal mischief following an incident that included police using pepper spray to subdue him, according to police reports.

  • ‘We might as well give them the dope’

    News that the Anderson County Health Department is debating the creation of a needle exchange program for drug addicts wasn’t received particularly well during last week’s meeting of the Anderson County Fiscal Court.
    “What jackass thought of that idea?” asked Magistrate David Montgomery, who disparaged the idea but volunteered to be a on a committee to examine it along with members of the health board, Lawrenceburg City Council, law enforcement, EMS and county jailer.
    “We might as well give them the dope, too,” Montgomery added.