Today's News

  • Auxiliary presents donation to Crusade for Children
  • Way We Were: Woodside rates superior in recital

    50 YEARS AGO
    June 14, 1962
    Mike Blacketer suffered a fall from a sliding board Tuesday and suffered a fracture of his right leg.  
    He was admitted to the St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington and returned home Wednesday.

    Sheriff John E. Birdwhistell summoned 60 prospective jurors for the opening of the June term of circuit court.

  • LEGO League competes in robotics competition in California
  • Adult education celebrates GED graduation
  • Education briefs: 6-13-12

    Student named to
     President’s List
    Kelsie Doss of Lawrenceburg was recently named to the Campbellsville University President’s List for the 2012 spring semester.
    The guidelines for being named to the President’s List include earning a GPA of 4.0 and completing a minimum of 12 credit hours for GPA courses.
    Doss will be an incoming junior for the 2012-2013 school year, and currently seeking a degree in education.

    Peyton receives
    scholarship from
    Burger King Scholars

  • Turner Elementary releases honor roll

    Robert B. Turner Elementary recently released its honor roll for the fourth grading period of the 2011-2012 school year:

    Third grade

    Mrs. Hutton

    All A’s
    Brady Driskell
    Zachary Edwards
    Shelby Ford
    Knox Garland
    Tristan Gee
    David Jennings
    Jonathan Olmsted
    Logan Ritchie
    Abbigail Slone

    All A’s and B’s
    Alex Agostinelli
    Tucker Chambers
    McKenlee Corbin
    Maddi Darnell
    Hannah Hardin

  • On Writing

    The path to success in writing, for many Lawrenceburg authors, is paved with self-doubt, rejection and endless rough drafts.
    Several authors from Anderson County recently shared their stories on what it means to write, what they’re working on, and what they’re inspired by:   
     Jeanette Buser
    When Jeanette Buser was in school, she doodled fleas.
    Fleas jumping off of dogs. Fleas skiing, hang gliding, swimming.

  • District court docket: 6-13-12

    Judge Matthew Eckert heard the following cases during Anderson District Court proceedings May 14.
    Evan S. Cochran, arraignment, complicity manufacturing methamphetamine, unlawful distribution of a meth precursor – pleaded not guilty, continued to May 24.
    Robert E. Medley, arraignment, operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance (methamphetamine), manufacturing methamphetamine, buy/possess drug paraphernalia – pleaded not guilty, continued to May 24.

  • Fumes mistaken for gas leak in state office

    Employees at the Cabinet for Families and Children, located at 117 1/2 Hilltop Drive, were evacuated from their office on Thursday morning to investigate a potential gas leak.
    Major Sue Johnson with Anderson County Emergency Management said employees had recently been complaining of scratchy throats and headaches.
    “According to the firefighters, it smelled like electrical wires burning,” Johnson said.  

  • Clark becomes member of Financial Services Institute

    Local financial advisor Ken Clark, of K E Clark & Associates Financial Services, recently announced he has become a member of the Financial Services Institute (FSI) in Washington, D.C., according to a news release.
    FSI advocates for Main Street Americans’ access to unbiased, affordable financial advice, delivered by a growing network of over 35,000 independent financial advisor members.