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Today's News

  • Junior Conservation Board formed; first project planned

    From staff reports

    The Anderson County Conservation District has announced the formation of its Junior Conservation Board, comprised of high school students who are homeschooled or enrolled in Anderson County High School or the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg.

    It has been said that young people make good conservationists. With this in mind, the local conservation district is offering young people a chance to participate in conservation planning and action.

  • Farms should have water quality plan

    From staff reports

    In 1994, the Kentucky Ag Water Quality Act passed, requiring all landowners with 10 acres or more involved in agriculture/silviculture to develop and implement an Ag Water Quality Plan, according to a news release from the Anderson County Conservation District.

    This plan documents best management practices being followed on the farm. A best management practice could be a number of activities such as rotational grazing, nutrient management, cover crops, and other sound agricultural practices.

  • Art Trail draws a crowd
  • Robinson attends Circuit Clerks Fall College

    From staff reports

    Anderson County Circuit Court Clerk Pam Robinson joined other circuit clerks from across the state at the 2016 Circuit Court Clerks Fall College in Lexington, the organization announced.

    The Administrative Office of the Courts provided the educational program Sept. 26 to 29 for the state’s circuit court clerks.

    The circuit court clerks received an update on the court system from AOC Director Laurie K. Dudgeon and attended sessions on jury management, record retention and court technology.

  • Green Team saving earth one classroom at a time

    As the halls clear out in the afternoon at Emma B. Ward Elementary School, the Green Team springs into action.

    From deep within Recycling Headquarters, the Green Team mans its recycling bins — most too short to see over the tilted containers. The Green Team prepares to roll out the cans — its favorite task of all.

    Veteran Green Team member Clayton Riddle, a fifth-grader, is quick to point out why the school needs these pint-sized recycling superheroes.

  • CAL names first quarter honor roll

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg recently named its honor roll for the first quarter recently.

    Those earning all A’s and E’s in second grade are: Kendra Burke, Taylor James, Olivia Moudy, Catelynn Webb, and Avery Young.

    Those earning all A’s and E’s in third grade are: Ashley Baker and Gracie Watkins.

    Fourth-grader Gavin Beck also received all A’s and E’s.

  • EBW book character pumpkin decorating winners
  • EBW fifth-graders put on a show for veterans
  • Riva Ridge resident calls 911, claims someone shot wife in head

    From staff reports

    A Lawrenceburg man who allegedly ran from his home screaming that someone had just shot his wife in the head was charged last Wednesday with alcohol intoxication and transported to an area hospital.

    Brian T. Dixon, 46, of 1120 Riva Ridge Drive had a blood alcohol level of .36 at the time of his arrest, which is more than four times the legal limit allowed to drive, according to court documents.

    The 911 call came from a neighbor, who said Dixon was in his driveway screaming about his wife being shot.

  • Search for burglar results in pot bust

    From staff reports

    An Anderson County man was charged with marijuana possession last Wednesday morning after deputies found more than a pound of weed in his home, according to a police documents.

    Buddy Evans, 61, of 1149 Dugansville Road is also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

    According to a report filed by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, deputy Tony Likins was assisting the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office in searching for a burglary suspect when he stopped at Evans’ house to warn him about the incident.