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Today's News

  • Chamber scramble raised $5,000 for operational costs

    Scott Brothers Construction was champ and Lawrenceburg Supply finished runner-up but everybody who participated in the recent Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble was a winner.

    The annual event, held at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course, raised $5,000 for operational expenses.

    It is one of three major events the Chamber holds - Business Expo, Golf Scramble and Annual Gala - to raise money for operating the Chamber, according to Chamber Pres. Pam Brough.

  • ACHS sends students to presitgious summer program

    Five Anderson County High School juniors were chosen as Governor’s Scholars - Kelly Burkhead, Jacy Isaacs, Deanna King, Corey Smith and Phillip “Tevis” Woolery.

    Two students were chosen as alternates - Mary Myles and NaKayla Turner.

    The Governor’s Scholar Program is a summer residential program for outstanding high school students who are soon-to-be seniors.

    The experience allows high school students to stay in college dormitories and attend classes, seminars and co-curricular activities.

  • Saddle Up!
  • Robert B. Turner Elementary Honor Roll

    Fourth Grade Straight As

    •Sarah Baker

    •R.J. Bernot

    •Jessica Brothers

    •Colton Courrejolles

    •Seth Davis

    •Lakelynn Dillon

    •Lexie Dodd

    •Jade Doyle

    •Lauren Emmons

    •Bryce Foster

    •Isaiah Gettelfinger

    •Jayden Hart

    •Tyler Hawkins

    •C.J. Hill

    •Bryson Inabnitt

    •Cameron Jones

    •Emma Karpowich

  • Tingle graduates from Georgetown

    Jesse Kayla Tingle of Lawrenceburg is a 2014 graduate of Georgetown College located in Georgetown, Ky.

    Tingle earned a bachelor’s degree.

  • Decision proves cultural norm of moving away from God

    As I read a friend’s Twitter update, there was an unsettling feeling in my stomach: “the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, USA has approved same-sex marriages.”

    Afterwards, the unsettled feeling turned to disappointment followed by frustration.

    The frustration gave way to sadness over the further abandoning of some two thousand years of conviction about what Scripture says concerning marriage and family.

  • Bluegrass Community and Technical College Dean's List

    Anderson County

    Spring 2014

    •Ashcraft, Steven Kyle

    •Bates, Andrew Scott

    •Brandenburg, Lena Morgan

    •Brown, Joshua Scott

    •Carlton, Cole B

    •Casey, Derrick Thomas

    •Clevinger, Keven Denton

    •Cox, Sharaya Ann

    •Dennis, Kelsey L

    •French, Carrie Ann

    •Gardner, Christopher

    •Gonzalez, Kimberly Ann

    •Gott, Katelyn Elise

  • Becky Raymond is Lawrenceburg Fair Queen

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, June 25, 1964

    Cow killed by lightning

    Lightning killed two Holstein cows on the farm of Donald Drury three miles southwest of Lawrenceburg on Highway 62.

    The cows were valued at $600, partially covered by insurance. Drury said the cows were standing near an old grapevine when the lightning struck, killing two cows instantly.

    Another cow apparent was knocked down but was unhurt.

    Price check

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  • Welcome Hunter’s Grill