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Dinos and Dads was a Success

September 30, 2015

Yesterday, at the Sparrow Early Childhood Center, Joan Martin from the Anderson County Extension Service helped put together an amazingly fun yet informative program for the children and help create a way for dads to get more involved in the school.  Dinos and Dads was a great success yesterday, teaching children about dinosaurs, fossils, and […]

Mixed Results for the ACHS Volleyball Team

September 30, 2015

The Anderson County High School Lady Bearcats Volleyball team faced off against Shelby County on Monday night for a tough match. The Lady Bearcats quickly took the first game but Shelby County recovered drawing the match out to the 5 game limit with the Lady Bearcats winning 3-2. (26-24, 21-25, 25-20, 25-27, 5-18) Tuesday night’s […]

From left, Lucas Brown, Brian Carter, Bart Powell

Amateur Radio Provided Needed Services During Burgoo and More

September 30, 2015

Working behind the scenes, the Anderson Amateur Radio Club and the Anderson County Department of Public Safety have been providing a much needed service both during the Burgoo Festival and during emergency situations.  Bart Powell, director of public safety, and Brian Carter, president of the radio club, worked diligently during the Burgoo Festival this past […]

Local Pharmacist to be Transferred to Harrodsburg

September 30, 2015

Bobby Reister, long time head pharmacist at our local Kroger, will be moving on to the Kroger in Harrodsburg.  Bobby, who always wanted to be a pharmacist since he was 12 years old working at his father’s pharmacy in Danville, said that Kroger will be transferring him to Harrodsburg next week.  This coming Sunday, October […]

John Serafini Holding a Picture of his Grandfather Working at his Pharmacy

A Family Tradition at Anderson Apothecary

September 29, 2015

John Serafini, owner and pharmacist at the Anderson Apothecary, has been working at a pharmacy since he was 16 years old.  Starting at his grandfather’s pharmacy as a teenager, John enjoyed it greatly and found his calling to become a pharmacist.  After graduating high school and college, he started working as a pharmacist for other […]

Francis Conner Gorham and Matthew Berry

Senior Locks Keys in House and Community Helps

September 29, 2015

On Thursday of last week, Ms Frances Conner Gorham, who is 90 years old, was heading to KORT for her physical therapy appointment.  Without realizing it, she accidentally left her keys in her house and had the door pre-locked before shutting it.  Not being able to get back into her house, she wasn’t sure how […]

Pirate

Pirate Entertains Kids while Teaching Importance of Books

September 29, 2015

Last night was an awesome event for everyone who attended the free performance at the Anderson Public Library. Paul Odenwelder, from Familytime Entertainment, stepped into his humorous character known as Squiffy Paul O the Pirate. With his authentically fun costume and wonderful stage set with a mast, a Jolly Roger flag, a sail, ropes and […]

Jenay, Veronica, and Alizay Peyton

Community Helps Find Missing Dog

September 28, 2015

Last week, a family pet got loose and was lost, but thanks to everyone in the community, he was reunited with his family.  Buddy, a chihuahua mix, has been with the Peyton family for seven years and the girls, Alizay and Jenay, grew up with him like as if he was a friend or even […]

Local Girl Will Sing National Anthem at Keeneland

September 28, 2015

A very special honor has been given to one of Lawrenceburg’s children.  Lauren Wash, just 11 years old, competed for one of only ten spots to sing the national anthem at Keeneland.  After two video auditions, Lauren made the top ten and will be singing at Keeneland on October 11th. Although she’s only 11 years […]