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Today's News

  • Midway participates in national tournament

     

    The Midway University baseball team fell to Middle Georgia State in the NAIA national baseball tournament last Tuesday, ending a memorable first season for the school’s program.

    Midway had won the River States Conference a week earlier, defeating West Virginia Tech in the final. The Eagles earned the conference’s automatic bid to the national tournament.

    In the Lima (Ohio) Bracket, Midway dropped an 8-3 decision to Mid-America Nazarene in the tournament opener, then went down to No. 10 Middle Georgia in a 14-13 slugfest.

  • Local golfers compete in NAIA tourney

    Anderson County residents Kaitlyn Riley and Anna-Marie Hyatt were set to participate in the NAIA women’s national golf tournament, being held in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The tournament was scheduled to get underway Tuesday.

    Riley, a junior at the University of the Cumberlands, will be going for her second consecutive individual national championship. Her Cumberlands team won its sixth straight Mid-South Conference title last month.

  • Music, food, fine art, celebrity quests

    A night full of music, food and fine art will benefit the furry friends in life. Lawrenceburg’s Annual Garden Party is set for 6:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday and will host special celebrity guest Jon Carloftis.

    Hosted by Becky and Gene Wilhoit, 524 South Main Street, this marks the 10th year for this event and is the single largest fundraiser for the Anderson County Humane Society, according to Karen Tucker, the organization’s president. Anyone who wishes to attend can do so by registering on the humane society website.

  • Woman busted for trafficking heroin, meth

    A Lawrenceburg woman was arrested May 9 after police found quantities of heroin and methamphetamine in her home at 121 Hunter Ridge Drive, according to a citation issued by the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

    Alanna Wiseman, 37, was charged with trafficking in both substances after Det. Jeremy Cornish executed a search warrant late that afternoon.

  • Drunk woman hides in woods

    Shelby County resident Tonya Moore was taken into custody Saturday after she resisted arrest and ran out of a residence on Enterprise Road, proceeding to hide in the nearby woods, according to a citation issued by Kentucky State Police.

    Police officers were called after an off duty officer was investigating an argument across from his residence and began fighting a male subject, according to the citation.

  • Shelburne concert organizers, donors deserve praise

    It’s never easy to pull off something as difficult as a music concert. If it was easy, many people would be doing it.

    That, in itself, makes what Joani Clark did in bringing some Nashville music to Lawrenceburg Friday night so special.

    While a day of rain considerably hurt the turnout for Nashville Live on the Green, there is no doubt the event was a huge success.

  • Getting played

    In the photos, Minister Lavrov and Ambassador Kislyak are right there on center stage, yucking it up with President Trump in the Oval Office.

    It might be our White House, but Russia set the meeting parameters, Russia snapped all the photos, Russia did the publicity release, and Russia got our president to bar U.S. media from the event altogether.

    So much for America First.

  • Find your joy on a tractor, in a garden, with a neighbor

    What a beautiful weekend! The days have been long and the nights just flat gorgeous. I love watching the sun go down. Even after that is done, the waning moon still provided enough light to watch Mother Nature shine. The tree frogs provided the audio and the lightening bugs the visual. Heaven on Earth!

  • Adult Day Care

    If you are caring for a loved one and do not want to put them in a home, Anderson Adult Day could be your option.

    Located at 160 Township Square, behind Anderson County Senior Center, the program offers daily care for individuals 21 and over Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    For those on Medicaid, the insurance will pay the cost. If not, the program is $10 an hour, or for those attending for an eight-hour period, the cost is $50 a day.

  • A visit to remember