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Today's News

  • Grass stains on biker, motorcycle lead to arrest

    Grass stains all over his bike and his clothes was all the clues a deputy needed to charge Thomas V. Freeman II of 1317 Alton Road with leaving the scene of an accident and DUI.

    Freeman, 35, was apparently riding his motorcycle on Alton Station Road around 2:30 a.m. when he lost control of the bike and crashed into the front yard of a residence, according to an arrest report issued by deputy Brian Boggs of the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

    When Boggs arrived, he said he saw a black skid mark on the road and began to search the area.

  • Auto parts fire under investigation

    By Ben Carlson, News staff

    A fire last Thursday temporarily forced the evacuation of Advanced Auto Parts on Glensboro Road.

    The fire apparently started in an office when paperwork being stored in several large cardboard boxes burst into flames.

    City of Lawrenceburg firefighters were able to pull the burning boxes into the parking lot and extinguish them, temporarily closing the store.

    Fire Chief Bobby Hume said Monday that the cause of the fire remains under investigation.

  • Much more than a fish tale

    By Ben Carlson, News staff

    Going fishing with who was home on leave from the U.S. Army would have been special enough for Robert Boatman.

    Doing so and hauling in the biggest largemouth bass he’s ever caught made the experience priceless.

    Boatman, 45, who lives on Fairmont Road, pulled in a 7 pound, 5 ounce bass that measured 23 inches while fishing with his son, Staff Sgt. Donald Fuller, May 7 on Willisburg Lake.

  • Fire damages apartments on Evergreen

    By Ben Carlson, News staff

    Lawrenceburg firefighters were able to save an apartment building at 204 Evergreen Drive that caught fire around 8:30 Tuesday morning, but the building sustained significant damage.

    City Fire Chief Bobby Hume said it appears the fire started in the upstairs bathroom of center of three apartments in the building and was likely caused by an exhaust fan.

    “We’re pretty sure that’s what started it,” he said. “One of our guys touched it and it fell through the hole.”

  • Aggressive attack credited for saving burning house

    By Ben Carlson, News staff

    Arson investigators were still trying Monday to determine what caused an unoccupied residence at 1941 Glensboro Road to burn Saturday afternoon.

    “We’re looking into that,” said Anderson County Fire District Chief Patrick Krogman. “We’re waiting to make contact with the owners to be able to get back in there. It looks like it started in a second floor bedroom. That’s where the heaviest damage was.”

  • FBLA students preparing for national conference
  • Education briefs, May 13, 2015

    Chesser wins $2,000 scholarship

    Laiken Chesser, a 2015 senior at Anderson County High School, received a $2,000 scholarship from the Kentucky Association of Counties as an outstanding graduating senior, the agency announced.

    Chesser, a daughter of Wayne and Sonya Chesser of Lawrenceburg, plans to major in business administration and pursue a career in humane resource management at Morehead State University, according to a news release.

  • Auxiliary members attend spring conference

    The American Legion and Auxiliary held their spring conference in Florence on April 17 and 18, the organization announced.

    Member Pam Brough announced to department President Lana Goley that the local unit would send $1,000 to be split between her two special projects that are Intrepid Fallen Hero’s Fund at Fort Campbell and Wounded Warriors Battalion at Fort Knox.

    Guest speakers included department Commander Marty Goley, membership chairman Sidney Shouse and National Executive Committeeman Randall Coffman.

  • Legion Auxiliary to host poker run

    The American Legion Auxiliary Anderson Unit 34 will host its eighth annual Poker Run for the Department of Kentucky Healing Field on Saturday, May 16.

    The Healing Field honors all Kentucky solder’s who have given their life in the War on Terrorism.

  • Correction

    An incident report issued March 4 by the Shelby County Detention Center says inmate Robert Harrison Phillips did not test positive for methamphetamine. A previous report from the detention center dated Feb. 19 indicated that Phillips did test positive for methamphetamine, which was the basis for an article that appeared in the March 4 edition of The Anderson News. The March 4 detention center report was written after that edition of the newspaper was distributed.