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Today's News

  • Mason named to Leach All-Resilient team

    Anderson County High School senior James Mason was honored Thursday night as a member of the TomLeachKy.com All-Resilient Team of Kentucky student-athletes.

    The team, which was also sponsored by the Kentucky National Guard, the Kentucky High School Athletic Directors Association and Star Communications, was honored in a ceremony at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville.

  • Great spring fishing available in nearby lakes

    Spring has finally arrived and with it comes turkey season and some of the best fishing of the year. The air has warmed now and the lake waters of Kentucky are well on their way to those 60 degree temperatures that fire up the largemouth bass and crappie spawns.

  • This week's featured pet

    “Hi there. I'm Hannah and I'm very pleased to meet you. I'm a pretty girl who came here not too long ago from Lock Road. I'm hoping I'll get adopted really soon. Living in a kennel is really no fun for a kitty cat.” For more information, contact the Anderson County Humane Society at 502.839.8339 or adopt@andersonhumane.org.

  • ACHS FFA says 'Thank You'

    The Anderson County High School FFA wanted to thank Bob Allen of Frankfort for sponsoring them on the Hometown Scholarship selling Dodge Ram raffle tickets and for Edwardos and their patrons who came out on May 8 and May 29 for the 10 percent of proceeds and tips that went to FFA. The ACHS FFA would also like to thank Tractor Supply of Lawrenceburg and O'Reilly Auto Parts for supporting student and agriculture literacy.

     

  • American Legion, Auxiliary hold spring conference

    The American Legion and Auxiliary held their Spring Conference at Florence April 11-12. Eight junior and six senior members attended from Lawrenceburg.

    Each year, the Department of Kentucky Auxiliary president chooses a special fund-raiser project for Kentucky auxiliary members. This year, it’s the Wounded Warriors Transition Housing Program.

    Unit 34 donated $1,000 to the project plus a donation to the Children and Youth Program.

  • Booting up!
  • Community Calendar

    Poll workers are needed
    The Anderson County Clerk's office is in need of qualified voters to be trained as poll workers. For additional information, contact the clerk's office at 502.839.3041.

    Finance Committee will meet
    The Lawrenceburg Finance Committee will meet 4 p.m. Monday, April 28 at City Hall located at 100 N. Main St. Lawrenceburg, KY 40342.

    City Council will meet

  • Dance not drugs
  • Local responders get fire training

    Members of the Lawrenceburg Fire & Rescue, Smiths Towing and Hadawreck towing, recently received training on electric vehicle safety for emergency responders.
    The National Fire Protection Association class, taught by Shane Ratcliff, a Lawrenceburg firefighter instructor, aims to help increase the safety of responders should they encounter an accident or fire involving an electrical or hybrid vehicle.
     

  • Auxiliary assists Wounded Warriors