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Today's News

  • Wampler recognized at Wittenberg University for induction in National Honor Society

    Amanda Wampler, along with 171 classmates, was recognized at the 2014 Wittenberg University Honors Convocation for induction into a national honor society, Friday, April 11, in Weaver Chapel.

    Amanda Wampler of Lawrenceburg, KY, was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society that seeks to recognize and to encourage scholarship among first-year college women. Selection is based entirely on achieving a 3.5 cumulative grade point average for fall semester of the first year.

  • Senior calendar of events

    Anderson Senior Center
    160 Township Square, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
    Calendar of events

    Wednesday, April 23
    10:30 a.m. Blood pressure check with Phyllis
    10:30 a.m. Days gone by with John Allen Perry
    11:30 a.m. Lunch
    12:30 a.m. Dollar Tree shopping

    Thursday, April 24
    8:30 a.m. Breakfast club
    9 a.m. Seated Yoga with Misty
    9 a.m. – 3 p.m. shopping and errands

    Friday, April 25
    10:30 a.m. Music and singing with Jeff
    11:30 a.m. Lunch

  • New attorney opens law office

    Rick Sanborn recently opened Sanborn Law Office located at 135 South Main Street Lawrenceburg, KY 40342.

  • Opal Phillips is recognized by state legislature

    In February, State Rep. Kin King, R-Harrodsburg, presented volunteer Opal Phillips of Lawrenceburg with a citation on the House floor. A resolution was presented to honor Phillips by Sen. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort, on the Senate floor.

    Phillips was the recipient of the 2013 NHPCO Volunteers Are the Foundation of Hospice Award in the category of organizational support.

  • Anderson County Humane Society Featured Pet

    “Hi there. I'm Hannah and I'm very pleased to meet you. I'm a pretty girl who came here not too long ago from Lock Road. I'm hoping I'll get adopted really soon. Living in a kennel is really no fun for a kitty cat.”

    For more information, contact the Anderson County Humane Society at 502.839.8339 or adopt@andersonhumane.org.

  • Ace Hardware unveils new paint studio

    The paint department at Ace Hardware of Lawrenceburg is undergoing a complete transformation. Ace will be officially introducing the paint studio on Wednesday, May 14 through Tuesday, May 20.

    The paint studio is a newly designed boutique-style shopping experience that offers an expanded, premium line of products in an inspiring array of colors.

  • Bearcats conclude spring practice, Peach excited for 2014

    No score was kept, but Anderson County football coach Mark Peach believes the Bearcats were winners in the spring football game, held last Thursday at Warford Stadium.

    “I told the guys I can't remember being more tickled in 20 years of coaching just as far as spring and what we were able to accomplish,” Peach said.

  • Bearcats begin diamond turnaround, explode in Saturday twin-bill

    Anderson County varsity baseball took a major step forward over the weekend.

    The Bearcats won three of four contests in an impressive fashion and the only loss came when Louisville Eastern, ranked sixth in the state by Prep Baseball Report, took a 1-0 decision in the bottom of the seventh inning.

    Thursday, the Bearcats routed visiting Owen County, 10-0, in a 6-inning mercy-rule game at Barnes Memorial Field.

  • Bearcats begin diamond turnaround, explode in Saturday twin-bill

    Anderson County varsity baseball took a major step forward over the weekend.

    The Bearcats won three of four contests in an impressive fashion and the only loss came when Louisville Eastern, ranked sixth in the state by Prep Baseball Report, took a 1-0 decision in the bottom of the seventh inning.

    Thursday, the Bearcats routed visiting Owen County, 10-0, in a 6-inning mercy-rule game at Barnes Memorial Field.

  • Bearcat road to state final could be tougher under proposed alignment

    It is never an easy path to get to a state championship game, but Anderson County football might have it even tougher if a proposed realignment is adopted.

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association released a new football alignment proposal during the Board of Control meeting last Tuesday. The alignment, if adopted, would be in effect for the 2015-2018 seasons.