Today's News

  • Superintendent seeks assistance restoring Glensboro School

    From staff reports

    The old Glensboro School House was brought to the campus of Anderson County High School by a committed group of community members and was restored in the 1990s.

    Plans were to use the school as a place for students to come and experience the way students spent their day at a school where eight grades were taught in one or two rooms. It was also to be used to clubs and other groups for meetings and other activities, but the old school house is in need of repair.

  • School, hometown come together to remember fallen trooper

    There are certain times when sports play a much bigger role in life than what we see on the playing field.

    They can heal. They can inspire. And they can unite.

    Such was the case Saturday afternoon at Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg. To be sure, there was a full day of athletic fun on the schedule. The school’s high school volleyball and basketball teams took on Christian Educational Consortium, a Louisville-based home-school program for an afternoon of sports.

  • Art Emporium, Frame Clinic grand opening at new Main Street location set for Saturday

    From staff reports

    The Art Emporium and Frame Clinic, located at 131 S. Main St., will celebrate their grand openings this Saturday, according to a news release.

    Stop by anytime between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. to take part in the celebration that will include hors d’oeurves and live music throughout the day.

    The businesses will “showcase exceptional art, eclectic gifts, and custom framing,” according to the release.

  • Dance Saturday to benefit Wall of Honor

    There will be a benefit dance for the Veterans’ Wall of Honor Saturday, Nov. 21.

    No veteran has ever paid to have his or her name placed on the wall, but the metal plates are purchased solely through donations.

    If you have an Anderson County veteran who is not on the wall, send the information to Veteran’s Wall of Honor, P.O. Box 672, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342. You need to include the persons name, branch of service, rank, year entered and year out.


    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Nov. 18, 1965

    One for the record

    It happened once, that’s for sure, but may never happen again!

    So said Mrs. E.W. Ripy Jr., who made a hole-in-one at the Whippoorwill Golf course in Harrodsburg.

    According to her husband, she had only played golf about a half dozen times in her life. She was so elated over hitting the ball and not the green that she failed to see the ball roll in the cup.

    The hole was No. 8, which is a par 3 hole.

  • Osborn-Mitchell

    Scott and Linda Osborn of Lawrenceburg announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Caty Osborn of Lawenceburg, to Stephen Mitchell Jr. of Frankfort, a son of Stephen and Nancy Mitchell of Frankfort.

    The bride-to-be is a granddaughter of Roselyn Brandeberry and is a personal health coach for Humana.

    The groom-to-be is a sales coordinator for Lowe’s in the Louisville market.

    The wedding is planned for May 28, 2016, at 3:30 p.m. at Shiloh Christian Church, which is located on Willisburg Road.

    Everyone is invited.

  • Four generations
  • Bluegrass theater to present Fruitcakes

    The Bluegrass Theatre Guild will present its Christmas show, “Fruitcakes,” at the Grand Theater on Dec. 3-6.

    “Fruitcakes,” written by Julian Wiles, is a moving story of alienation, understanding and reconciliation that will provide a heaping helping of holiday warmth and Christmas cheer.

  • 4-H News

    Saffell Street Clover Club

    Today at Saffell Street our class chose leaders. There is a president, a vice president, a secretary and reporters.

    The president is Rachel Watts. The vice president is Makenzie Cole. The secretary is Leah Rennels. The reporters are Lainie Alsabrook and Anna Ferguson.

    All of the leaders took an oath about being responsible. They also chose a team name. Our name is “Saffell Street Clover Club.”

    —Lainie Alsabrook and Anna Ferguson

  • Ghost hunter, JeffWaldridge, to discuss Lawrenceburg’s past

    Jeff Waldridge will present “Lawrenceburg: Echoes of the Past” at 7 p.m. on Nov. 24 at the Anderson Senior Center, located at 160 Township Square in Lawrenceburg.

    A well-known ghost hunter and host of ghost walks in Lawrenceburg, Waldridge will discuss Lawrenceburg’s past and explore its interesting people, places and events that have almost been forgotten, organizers said.

    The program is free and sponsored by Anderson Community Education.