Today's News

  • Lawrenceburg Police will take part in ‘Click It or Ticket’

    The Lawrenceburg Police Department is joining the 2014 national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization May 19 to help save lives by cracking down on those who don’t buckle up.

    “As motorists take to the roads to celebrate the long Memorial Day weekend, we want to ensure that everyone arrives at their destination safe and sound,” Sgt. Chris Beach said. “We’ll be out in force – day and night – prepared to ticket anyone not wearing a seat belt.”

  • KSP Honors Lawrenceburg Resident
  • Community Calendar, 05.21.14

    Annual Chamber golf scramble is May 31

    The Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble will take place at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course May 31 starting with breakfast at 8 a.m.

    A brand new car, plus several other hole-in-one opportunities, at stake, this year.

    For more information, contact Chamber Pres. Pam Brough at 502.839.5564 or Ryan Wells, ACCOC Golf Classic chair, at 502.875.0195.

    ACHS greenhouse sales are scheduled

  • Billing Services and Consultants Inc. recognizes National EMS Week

    EMS Week is a celebration that honors the hundreds of thousands of EMS practitioners serving communities across the nation.

    As a partner to the Anderson County Ambulance Service, 911 Billing Services and Consultants Inc. invites Anderson County residents to join them in extending a heartfelt thank you to the people who make the service in the community the success it is today.

  • Welcome Anderson Bistro!
  • Tanner Yankey receives the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award at UC

    The University of the Cumberlands honored Tanner Yankey of Lawrenceburg with the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award at the 55th Annual Honors Day in Gatliff Chapel April 27.

    The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award honors a male student in the senior class who has made significant contributions to university life and demonstrated outstanding spiritual values.

  • Doolin will work at Sparrow Missions

    A total of 144 students, faculty and staff from Campbellsville University are serving in missions and ministry projects this summer.

    The CU Baptist Campus Ministry and School of Theology Ministry and missions projects include 95 members.

    •Joshua Aaron Doolin of Lawrenceburg will be working at Sparrow Missions.

    •Students will serve at Springhill Camps, Crossings Camps, Go Tell Camps, LifeWay Centrikid, Week Hope, Camp Schafer, Center for Courageous Kids and LifeWay CentriFuge Camp.

  • Hooverville for a Day
  • Governor tabs Brough for Technical College Board of Directors

    Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Pres. Pam Rice Brough has been chosen by Gov. Steve Beshear to serve on the Bluegrass Community and Technical College Board of Directors.

    Brough replaces Jonah Mitchell, whose term has expired.

    Beshear reappointed the following members to the board.

    ·Florence S. Huffman, of Lexington, is an attorney. Huffman shall serve for a term expiring Oct. 15, 2014.

    ·Robert P. McNulty, of Lexington, is a letter carrier at for the United States Postal Service.

  • No matter how you spin it, abortion is murder of human life

    No matter how you spin it, abortion is murder of a human life

    A year ago, Kermit Gosnell was found guilty in the deaths of three infants and a female patient, subsequently receiving a life sentence for his actions.

    His arrest and trial served as a wake-up call concerning the monstrous methods that are being used to abort millions of babies each year.