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Today's News

  • Way We Were: Thomas wins award at Mason Dixon games

    Chris Eva Sea Stratton called about the Lawrenceburg Beta Club photo that appeared in the Jan. 23 edition. She was the first student on the first row after teacher Stites Milton. For the past five years, she has lived in Florence with her daughter.
    She grew up in Lawrenceburg and she and her husband, Harry Stratton, lived in Lawrenceburg many years after school. He worked with Kraft Foods and transferred to Carrollton as plant manager. They lived in Carrollton about 30 years.

  • Scouts compete in Klondike Derby
  • Stoner back on court for one final go-round

     

    BEREA – Makenzie Stoner knew something had to give.

    Now, though, the Anderson County native is taking, as in taking it all in as her competitive basketball career is winding down at Berea College.

  • Humane Society fundraiser successful

    Things were really buzzing at Edwardo’s Pizza and Subs recently when some board members and volunteers from the Anderson Humane Society put on aprons and waited tables to raise funds for their spay-neuter program.
    It was a hectic evening, but thanks to the generosity of the owners, Dave and Diane Richardson, 10 percent of the total sales went to help Anderson County residents spay or neuter their pets.

  • Fast and furious

    For extra speed in the Pinewood Derby, rub graphite pencil shavings on the wheels.
    That’s what Pack 38 Cub Scout and first grader Clay Knight, 6, said he used on his winning entry during Lawrenceburg annual Pinewood Derby event held last Saturday.
    His brother Troy, 9, recommends using extra weights.
    “The heavier it is, the faster it will go,” the Emma B. Ward third grader said. “I put quite a few weights on it.”

  • Methodist church consecrates education wing

    The Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church, located on 565 Carlton Drive, recently celebrated the consecration of its new education wing on Sunday, Jan. 27.
    According to the Rev. Karen Stigall, construction on the wing began Aug. 29, 2012, and the wing was completed on Jan. 26, 2013.
    The 5,000 square foot space, designed with input from the children’s leadership team and board of trustees Stigall said, will be used to provide nursery care for infants and toddlers as well as classroom space for adult and children Christian education classes.

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  • Extension offers free programs

    Anderson County Extension will offer the following free classes in February. To register, call 839-7271.

    Marriage Survival
    When: Fridays, Feb. 1 and Feb. 8
    Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
    Do you have a good marriage that could be better with more fun and cooperative decision making. Are you stuck in the same rut, doing what you’ve always done?

  • Medical clinic awarded CVS community grant

    A local charitable group received a donation recently from CVS Caremark Charitable Trust of Rhode Island, the group announced.
    CVS donated $2,500 to the Anderson County Community Medical Clinic after Helping Hands — Heart of Community applied for the grant last summer.
    “The source of the grant is a private foundation created by CVS Caremark Corporation, the largest provider of prescriptions in the nation,” according to a press release.