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Today's News

  • Way We Were: BERTRAM FIRST WINNER OF GOLF TOURNAMENT

    50 YEARS AGO
    Thursday, Sept. 26, 1963
    Jimmy Short won a blue ribbon in Electric Project No. 1 on a table lamp at the Kentucky State Fair.

    Joel Bertram was the winner of the first Anderson County golf tournament at Juniper Hill Golf Course in Frankfort.
    Bobby Hyatt was the winner of the playoff with Loring Nottingham runner up.

    Essie Morris, senior at Anderson High School, was crowned homecoming queen just prior to the Anderson-Lancaster football game. Timothy Perry was crown bearer and Jennifer Case was flower girl.

  • Church briefs: 10-9-13

    Capital City Christian Church
    to host ‘Soul’D Out’ quartet
    Capital City Christian Church will sponsor a concert featuring the Soul’D Out quartet on Oct. 12 at 7 p.m.
    Doors open for seating at 6:15 p.m. Attendees can give a $10 donation at the door.
    Captial City Christian Church is located at 15 Locust Lane, Frankfort.

    Friendship and Unity Baptist
    to host fish fry
    Friendship and Unity Baptist Church will host a free harvest festival and fish fry Oct. 12 from 1-5 p.m.

  • Unborn children are treasures, not cancer

    In a baffling display of asinine “logic,” unborn children were lumped together with cancer cells as being something that everyone should have equal access to have removed under the new Affordable Health Care Act.

  • Gift shop opens next to Main St. bourbon mansion

    The proprietor of  “The Attic,” located on the T. B. Ripy house grounds, said he hopes the new gift shop will bring awareness of Lawrenceburg’s pre-prohibition history as well as some funding needed to restore the historic residence.
    Tom Ripy, a Pittsburgh-based businessman and descendant of distillery owner T. B. Ripy, said he brought up the idea of opening a visitors center and gift shop in the garage next to the mansion during a general meeting with the owners of the mansion.     

  • District court docket: 10-9-13

    Judge Tom Lively heard the following cases during Anderson District Court proceedings on July 25, 2013.
    Christopher L. Davis, disposition, second-degree disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana, buy/possess drug paraphernalia – continued to Sept. 5.
    Jason E. Dean, motion to revoke probation, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, buy/possess drug paraphernalia – bench warrant.
    Timothy D. Dezarn, show cause, tampering with physical evidence, first-degree possession controlled substance – preliminary hearing Aug. 1.

  • Duck Dynasty attendance challenge results in popcorn party
  • Congrats, graduate!
  • 4-H report: 10-9-13

    Super Stars
    On Sept. 27 Mrs. Campbell came to Mrs. Blackburn’s class to talk about the 4-H club.
    The class voted Julia McNulty for president, for vice president Blake Sutherland, for secretary Richmond Boggs and news reporter Abby Joseph. Next we voted what the club name would be. The four main people picked three names. They picked the Super Stars out of the three.

  • Science in silence

    The challenge: classify members of the animal kingdom only by the shake of the head or pointing a finger.
    Fourth graders selected one person to roam from table to table in search of a spider, snake, kangaroo, fish or another animal cutout that belongs in their assigned class system.  
    Jane Thompson, a 23-year veteran teacher in the Anderson County school system, said requiring students to work without talking keeps groups working together instead of one student overtaking the task.
    “This way, everyone has to participate,” she said.

  • Middle school student sends note ‘threatening’ Saffell Street elementary

    A male middle school student allegedly handed a note “threatening in nature” to a Saffell Street student riding the bus last Wednesday afternoon, resulting in an investigation by school administrators and the city police.
    Police Chief Chris Atkins said last Thursday afternoon that a Saffell Street parent contacted police after an elementary student received a note from a middle school juvenile while riding the bus after school Oct. 2.