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Today's News

  • EDITORIAL: May we suggest moving to Egypt?

    Those offended by campaign signs should simply move to a country where voting isn’t allowed.
    That’s a much better solution than the one being considered by the fiscal court, which would mandate the length of time campaign signs can be placed on private property.
    Instigated by a handful of indignant people aghast at the number of signs and how long they were present during the previous election cycle, the fiscal court has already passed on first reading an ordinance that would allow signs only 45 days before and seven days after an election.

  • Big Reds fan meets hero, gets souvenir

    Gabe Elliott is a big Reds fan and recently he got the opportunity to meet his favorite Reds player as the Cincinnati Reds Winter Caravan made its way through Reds' Country.

  • COLUMN: Growing up, growing out

    One morning, while I was still in college, I rolled out of bed in my dorm room to start getting ready for class.
    I fixed my hair in the mirror, threw on some makeup, picked out a shirt and pulled on a pair of jeans, but, wait — they didn’t zip.
    I quickly reached for another pair, but they didn’t even squeeze over my hips.

  • COLUMN: ‘Squash’ winter, it’s almost planting time

    Every day holds a little more sunshine. We really are gaining more daylight as the days march along, giving us a little taste of the summer to come. We’re all ready.
    Those who grow from seeds are already getting dirt under their nails. Well, technically it’s potting soil, not dirt.
    It’s good to feel like a gardener again, even if the grass is a little on the “white” side.

  • COLUMN: Mouth guards — equipment to protect the smile

    It’s easy to take some things for granted until they’re suddenly gone. Have you ever thought about how it would feel if you lost one or two of your front teeth? You’d probably avoid smiling. It would be uncomfortable talking with someone face-to-face. It wouldn’t be easy pronouncing certain words. And how about eating an apple? Until your teeth are gone, you might not miss them.

  • Christian Academy names honor students

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg recently announced its students who were named to the honor roll for the second grading period. Those students are:

    Fourth grade

    All A’s
    Heather Ward

    All A’s and B’s
    Mackenzie Andrade

    Fifth grade

    All A’s
    Blaine Carpenter
    Lydia Fuqua
    Jeremiah Robinson
    Carmen Holt

    All A’s and B’s
    Chanda Burton
    Mason Eichhorn
    Tyler Peters

    Sixth grade

  • Anderson County Middle School announces honor roll

    Anderson County Middle School recently released its honor roll for the second term. Students named to the honor roll are:

    Eighth grade

  • District court proceedings from Jan. 27 and 31

    Judge Linda Armstrong heard the following cases during District Court proceedings Jan. 27.
    David Phelps, disposition hearing, four counts of theft by deception (less than $500) – pleaded guilty, sentencing Feb. 10.
    David Phelps, arraignment, four counts of theft by deception (less than $500) – pleaded guilty, sentencing Feb. 10.
    David W. Phelps, sentencing, five counts of theft by deception (less than $500) – continued Feb. 10.

  • Rams honor two on Senior Night

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg honored two seniors on Senior Night, held Feb.1.

    Nikki Bowman, who plays volleyball and softball, and Nathan Pitzer, who plays basketball and soccer, were honored.

    Unfortunately for the Rams, both the volleyball and basketball teams suffered close losses.

    Senior night started with a varsity volleyball game between the Lady Rams and the Tabernacle Christian Academy Torches. The first game didn’t go well for the Lady Rams, as the Torches, with several service aces, won 25 – 9. 

  • The Way We Were — 2/9

    50 YEARS AGO
    Feb. 2, 1961
    Ed Ruggles was taking a leave of absence from his job as county agriculture agent to complete his work and thesis on his Master’s degree at the University of Kentucky.