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Today's News

  • Middle school to perform ‘Best of Both Worlds’ musical

    Anderson County Middle School will perform the musical “Best of Both Worlds” on May 10-12 in the middle school’s multi-purpose room.
    Friday and Saturday performances are at 7 p.m., and Sunday’s performance will be at 3 p.m.
    Tickets are $3 for those over the age of 5.
    The show is about fairytale creatures that find a portal into a middle school and turn everything upside down in their efforts to get back home, according to event organizers.
     

  • Social studies teacher elected KEA vice president

    Delegates to the 141st KEA Delegate Assembly elected Lisa Petrey-Kirk to a three-year term as vice president of the 42,000-member Kentucky Education Association, according to a press release.
    Petrey-Kirk, a 1983 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and a National Board Certified Teacher, has taught all of her 26 years at Anderson County Middle School.

  • Anderson County Relay for Life announces upcoming community events

    Anderson County Relay for Life announces the following events for May and June. To publicize your team Relay events, contact Griffin Gillis at griffingillis.relayforlife@gmail.com or call 502-517-1986.

    ‘Concert and Cakes’
    to be held May 11

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  • Hazardous gases produced in fire include acids, chlorine

    The substance that caught fire last Friday is essentially the material that coats automotive glass and prevents it from shattering.
    Called polyvinyl butyral, the material is essentially stripped away from automotive glass recycled at the plant and stored in a large pile at Dlubak Glass, located at 1052 Industry Drive.
    The material is “not known to contain toxic chemicals,” according to a material safety data sheet released by one of the product’s manufacturers, Dupont, in 2010.
    It does, however, release a number of chemicals when burned.

  • Firefighters lend support, equipment

    Lawrenceburg Fire and Rescue Chief Bobby Hume said 75 firefighters from across the region responded to Friday’s fire at Dbulak Glass.
    Here are the totals, and where they are from:
    Lawrenceburg Fire and Rescue: 20 firefighters
    Anderson County Fire Department: 26 firefighters
    Anderson County EMS: 10
    Franklin County: 5
    Versailles: 8
    Lexington: 18
    Jessamine County: 2

  • Anderson County Grand Jury returns five indictments

    The following people were indicted April 16 by the Anderson County Grand Jury.

    Tina Sallee, 37, 107 Dogwood #2, Lawrenceburg, was indicted for tampering with physical evidence, a Class D felony; two counts of endangering the welfare of a minor, a Class A misdemeanor; second-degree possession of a controlled substance-hydrocodone, a Class A misdemeanor; possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of mariguana, a Class B misdemeanor.
    The indictment stems from a June 28, 2012, incident.

  • Residents search social media for answers as fire burns

    Social media was flooded with posts, comments and photos as Anderson County residents witnessed the story of the Lawrenceburg industrial park fire unfold last Friday.
    When a five-story pile of material began to burn Friday near the Dlubak Glass Company in the Lawrenceburg industrial park, Anderson County residents were burning with questions and comments of their own.
    As The Anderson News Facebook page uploaded photos taken at the scene of the fire, readers offered prayers for the firefighters.