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Today's News

  • Celebrating Independence Day
  • Mount Eden residents seek answers for post office closing

    Mount Eden residents came out in full force last Thursday night in an effort to keep their post office from closing later this year.
    Hoping there is strength in numbers, about 200 residents filled the fellowship hall of Mount Moriah Baptist Church seeking answers from United States Postal Service representatives.
    The postal representatives on hand said Thursday’s crowd was the largest they have seen from about 40 meetings this year.

  • District court docket: 7-13-11

    Judge Linda Armstrong heard the following cases during Anderson District Court proceedings April 21.
    Megan K. Kinslow, arraignment, possession of marijuana -- pleaded guilty, sentenced to 30 days (conditionally discharged for one year), $100 to Anderson County Drug Intervention Fund, $253; buying/possessing drug paraphernalia -- pleaded guilty, $100, installment/deferred payment May 5.
    Vivian M. Liles, arraignment, menacing -- pleaded not guilty, pretrial conference May 18, motion/disposition/trial date June 2, released on own recognizance.

  • Rotary names new board of directors
  • Relay for Life groups to meet July 19

    A wrap-up meeting for Relay for Life committee members and team captains is scheduled for July 19 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the public library, according to a news release.
    Plans are to discuss this year’s Relay and plan for next year.
    Those attending are asked to bring any money collected.

  • Grand Jury returns 11 indictments

    The following people were indicted June 28 by the Anderson County Grand Jury, according to information obtained at the Anderson County Courthouse.
    William J. Dalton, 40, of 10 Lynn Drive, Apt. 102, was indicted on a charge of first-degree sexual abuse.
    Charles N. Drury, 20, of 1340 Aaron Barnett Road, was indicted on three charges: possession of a controlled substance (oxycodone); operating a motor vehicle under the influence; and failure to wear seatbelt.

  • Local real estate woes continue

    The sale of homes in Anderson County continued their downward slide in June, according to a news release from the Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors.
    Comparative sales from this June to last June fell 20 percent, and the median price for homes dipped 26 percent during that same period, according to a news release.
    Last June, realtors with LBAR sold 20 homes, compared to 16 this June. The median price last year of $133,000 dipped to $98,550.

  • Mule wagon wreck victim home, doing better

    The man who was seriously injured when the mule and wagon team he was driving crashed into a ditch is doing better, his mother said Monday afternoon.
    Brian “Little Brian” Perry is home from the hospital and recovering, his mother, Sherry, said.
    “We just thank God that he is recovering quicker than the doctors expected,” she said. “They were looking at a full recovery being a year, so he’s done remarkably well.”

  • Trial set for Horn Drive man charged with incest, rape

    A trial date has been scheduled for a Lawrenceburg man charged with incest, second-degree rape and second-degree sexual abuse.
    William Smith, of 109 Horn Drive, was indicted late last year following a state police investigation into allegations that he committed incest with a victim under the age of 18, and that he raped and sexually abused a victim under the age of 14, according to documents on file in the Anderson County Courthouse.
    His trial is scheduled for Aug. 11-12 in Anderson Circuit Court.

  • Murder suspect lodged in Shelby

    From Landmark News Service
    A murder suspect charged with the death of an Anderson County woman is the first inmate to be housed in jail in Shelby County under the terms of a new jail agreement.
    Terry Cram, who was brought back to Kentucky from Arizona where he had fled in January, arrived at the Shelby County Detention Center last Tuesday.
    Normally, Terrance Cram, 49, would have been taken to the Franklin County Jail, but Shelby County is now housing those inmates.
    Then, on Friday, the transfer of the Anderson County inmates began in small groups.