Today's News

  • Native Dawn flute festival is this weekend

    A free flute festival will be held at the Lawrenceburg Green Oct. 20-21 featuring Native American dancers, flute performers and the Drum Group Red Circle Singers.
    The Native Dawn flute festival will begin on Saturday, Oct. 20 at 9:30 a.m. with a blessing of the ground and will end at 6 p.m. with a performance by the Sun Shadows.
    There will also be a powwow drum demonstration at 5 p.m. on Saturday.
    Sunday’s activities will begin at 9 a.m. with a jam session, and will end at 5 p.m.

  • Clowns use magic to spread Christian message

    An illusionist is like a detective.
    Clark Rowland of Lawrenceburg dissects illusions he wants to learn starting from its conclusion, tracing the process of the magic trick back to its beginning.
    “I have an inventive mind,” Rowland, who has been performing illusions as part of a magic ministry called Gospellusions for the past seven to eight years, said. “I should have been a detective or something. I like to dig into the whys.”

  • Health department offers drive-thru flu shots

    This year’s flu shot is only a car trip away.
    The Anderson County Health Department will be offering a free drive-in flu shot clinic Oct. 22 from 4-7 p.m. at the health department facilities, located at 1080 Glensboro Road in Lawrenceburg.
    The flu shot clinic is available to uninsured adults residing in Anderson County, according to Health Department Director Tim Wright.
    “You don’t have to get out of your car; it’s just drive thru and drive out,” Wright said.

  • Man charged with rape of mentally disabled sister

    Auston G. Satterly, 18, of 34834 Mt. Eden Road, was scheduled to appear Oct. 16 in Anderson Circuit Court for a disposition hearing regarding the alleged incest and rape of his 21-year-old mentally disabled sister.
    Satterly was arrested Jan. 25, 2012, for incidents dating back to November 2011 through December 2011, according to Kentucky State Police reports.
    He has pleaded not guilty to one count incest, a Class B felony; one count rape in the first degree, a Class B felony; and one count rape in the third degree of a person incapable of consent.

  • Cops: Suspect hid girlfriend’s pot in Summer’s Eve box

    A Lawrenceburg man was on his way to surprise his girlfriend with a gift, but was sidetracked by police confiscating $7,200 worth of pot from his residence.  
    Charles Scharbrough, 45, of 1060 Mudlick Road was charged Oct. 15 with cultivating marijuana five plants or more and a failure to wear a seat belt.
    Lawrenceburg Police Officer Jeremy Cornish said he performed a routine traffic stop last Thursday afternoon on Scharbrough’s vehicle because of a possible DUI complaint and a failure to wear a seat belt, according to the citation.

  • Smiles all around as child-tying suspects appear in Circuit Court

    The grandmother and parents accused of tying up a 3-year-old girl for up to 16 hours a day laughed and hugged as they exited a courthouse elevator Tuesday morning just minutes after appearing in Anderson Circuit Court.
    The grandmother, Carolyn Case, also smiled as she exited the courthouse by one door, while the girl’s parents, Rebecca and Herbert Medley, attempted to hide their faces while exiting from another door.

  • Soccer and volleyball regional pairings announced

    The Eighth Region soccer and volleyball tournament pairings were announced Saturday. All of the tournaments will open Monday, October 15 at various sites.

    On paper, it appears the Anderson volleyball and girls' soccer teams got a favorable first round pairing.

  • Franklin's Timmons snatches victory from Bearcats

    Fourteen seconds.

    Fourteen measly seconds were all that stood between Anderson County and the Class 5A, District 6 football championship Friday night.

    But when Ryan Timmons is on the other team, those 14 seconds could seem like 14 years.

    Timmons took a kickoff 80 yards on the final play of the game to lift Franklin County to a 56-52 win over Anderson County at Benny Watkins Field at Franklin County High School Friday night.

  • GIRLS' SOCCER: Lady Bearcats win district crown

    SHELBYVILLE -- Anderson County got goals from Madeline Wilson and Autumn Miller in the first half then made them stand up to defeat Spencer County, 2-0, in the 30th District Tournament championship game, held at Collins High School.

    The Lady Bearcats got on the board in the 20th minute when Madeline Wilson scored on a free kick from only about five yards out. Spencer had been called for a hand ball when the goalie picked up the ball after receiving a pass from a teammate.

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