http://www.theandersonnews.com/todaysnews/rss.xml en Son jailed for wrongful imprisonment of mother http://www.theandersonnews.com/content/son-jailed-wrongful-imprisonment-mother <img src="http://www.theandersonnews.com/sites/www.theandersonnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/holt_zackary_tn_crime_cropped.jpg" alt="Holt" title="Holt" align="left" hspace="6" width="56" height="85" /><p> <br /> A Lawrenceburg man remains behind bars on a charge of second-degree unlawful imprisonment for allegedly not allowing his mother to leave his home while he ransacked her car and other belongings to find drug money.<br /> Zackary Edward Holt, 21, was charged Nov. 23 by Lawrenceburg Police after they were called to his home at 303 North Main St.<br /> Seniors hope doing good deed helps set new trend http://www.theandersonnews.com/content/seniors-hope-doing-good-deed-helps-set-new-trend <img src="http://www.theandersonnews.com/sites/www.theandersonnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/picking_up_trash1.jpg" alt="From left, Quinton Ueltschi, Nikolay Kuchmy and Josh-ua Smith are shown Monday in front of Anderson County High School after discussing a good deed they performed earlier this month. The trio helped a woman gather and properly dispose of trash in an undeveloped subdivision off U.S. 127." title="From left, Quinton Ueltschi, Nikolay Kuchmy and Josh-ua Smith are shown Monday in front of Anderson County High School after discussing a good deed they performed earlier this month. The trio helped a woman gather and properly dispose of trash in an undeveloped subdivision off U.S. 127." align="left" hspace="6" width="128" height="85" /><p> <br /> Most high schoolers would love to set the latest trend, and Joshua Smith, Quinton Ueltschi and Nikolay Kuchmy are no exception.<br /> But instead the latest fashion or catchy phrase, the trio of Anderson County High School seniors said they hope a good deed they performed earlier this month sets a trend for something more meaningful: community service.<br /> Grandson surprises chief at Bond St. blaze http://www.theandersonnews.com/content/grandson-surprises-chief-bond-st-blaze <img src="http://www.theandersonnews.com/sites/www.theandersonnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/friday_fire_bond_st_chief_and_grandson_cropped.jpg" alt="Fire Chief Bobby Hume and his grandson, Austin Taylor, pose for a photo after battling a blaze last Friday night on Bond Street. Taylor had just arrived home on leave from the Air Force, where he is training to be a firefighter." title="Fire Chief Bobby Hume and his grandson, Austin Taylor, pose for a photo after battling a blaze last Friday night on Bond Street. Taylor had just arrived home on leave from the Air Force, where he is training to be a firefighter." align="left" hspace="6" width="131" height="85" /><p> <br /> Lawrenceburg Fire Chief Bobby Hume has been to enough fire and rescue scenes that not much surprises him when he arrives.<br /> That changed Friday when he rushed to house fire on Bond Street and saw his grandson manning a hose.<br /> Hume said he&rsquo;d heard his grandson, Austin Taylor, was coming home on leave from Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, Texas, where he is training to be a firefighter.<br /> But because Taylor had only been in town 30 minutes when the fire call came out, he wasn&rsquo;t aware he was already here.<br /> Road that brought him home http://www.theandersonnews.com/content/road-brought-him-home <img src="http://www.theandersonnews.com/sites/www.theandersonnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/chrisman2_a1.jpg" alt="With his son Eric’s image projected on a large screen behind him, Randy Chrisman addresses the crowd Monday at Ninevah Christian Church during a ceremony to name Ninevah Road in memory of Eric, a Kentucky State Trooper who died 18 months ago in the line of duty." title="With his son Eric’s image projected on a large screen behind him, Randy Chrisman addresses the crowd Monday at Ninevah Christian Church during a ceremony to name Ninevah Road in memory of Eric, a Kentucky State Trooper who died 18 months ago in the line of duty." align="left" hspace="6" width="77" height="85" /><p> &nbsp;</p> Volleyball parent charged with assault to be arraigned http://www.theandersonnews.com/content/volleyball-parent-charged-assault-be-arraigned <p> The Lawrenceburg man cited for allegedly choking the girls&rsquo; volleyball coach before a match in October is scheduled to be arraigned 9 a.m. Thursday in Anderson District Court.<br /> Kenny Holland, 43, of 108 Djeddah Drive faces a single count of fourth-degree assault from the incident that occurred Oct. 10 at the Anderson County High School gymnasium.<br /> Video of the incident shows Holland, who had two daughters on the team, walking up the sidelines before the team&rsquo;s senior night match and confronting coach Bob Hardin, who was seated on the team&rsquo;s bench.<br /> Blaze damages home on Bond Street http://www.theandersonnews.com/content/blaze-damages-home-bond-street <img src="http://www.theandersonnews.com/sites/www.theandersonnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/friday_fire_bond_st_2.jpg" alt="Firefighters work to extinguish a fire that damaged a home Friday night on Bond Street. The cause remains under investigation." title="Firefighters work to extinguish a fire that damaged a home Friday night on Bond Street. The cause remains under investigation." align="left" hspace="6" width="65" height="85" /><p> &nbsp;</p> <p> A Lawrenceburg family&rsquo;s home at sustained heavy damage tonight when a fire broke out at 109 Bond St.</p> <p> The owners were out of town when the fire began, but 17-year-old Jacob Daniels was sleeping inside, according to Lawrenceburg Fire Chief Bobby Hume.</p> <p> &ldquo;Fortunately, he smelled the smoke and was able to get out,&rdquo; Hume said.</p> <p> Firefighters were able to knock down the blaze fairly quickly, but the home sustained what Hume said was &ldquo;extensive&rdquo; damage.</p> Early morning fire destroys Anderson home http://www.theandersonnews.com/content/early-morning-fire-destroys-anderson-home <img src="http://www.theandersonnews.com/sites/www.theandersonnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/fire_1.jpg" alt="Firefighters battled high winds for seven hours to bring the above blaze under control. The home was a complete loss." title="Firefighters battled high winds for seven hours to bring the above blaze under control. The home was a complete loss." align="left" hspace="6" width="107" height="85" /><p> <strong>By John A. Nelson, News staff</strong></p> <p> High winds kept Anderson County firefighters struggling for seven hours Saturday morning to contain a house fire at 1265 Ninevah Road.</p> <p> Battalion Chief Brandon Brown said nine fire trucks were on the scene and used 64,000 gallons of water to fight what he called &ldquo;a wind driven structure fire.&rdquo;</p> Make the holiday easy, safe as possible http://www.theandersonnews.com/content/make-holiday-easy-safe-possible <img src="http://www.theandersonnews.com/sites/www.theandersonnews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/turkeycutout.jpg" alt="" title="" align="left" hspace="6" width="123" height="85" /><p> <em>EDITOR&rsquo;S NOTE: Our cooking guru offered us this valuable information for a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving dinner. Some of it you may already have completed, but if you haven&rsquo;t, take note, and from all of us at The Anderson News, Happy Thanksgiving!</em></p> <p> <br /> <em>By Laura Hahnes, Cooking Columnist<br /> </em></p> <p> What size turkey do I need?</p>