Charlie Klink: A Man of Valor and Heritage

March 31, 2016

Although Lawrenceburg is a small town, it is blessed with a long heritage of people of valor and accomplishment.  Charlie Klink, who just recently turned 95 years old, has been living in Lawrenceburg since 1947 when he moved here from Louisville to open his pharmacy on Main Street which is now home to Bluegrass Sabor.  […]

Cole McCourt

Attention to Detail Brings Professional Landscapes

March 31, 2016

Temperatures are warming, trees are budding, and grass is growing.  And so are the lawnmowers and landscaping equipment ready for Cole McCourt.  Cole, who is the owner McCourt’s Complete Lawn and Landscaping, is getting ready for the new summer landscaping season. He has been in the lawn and landscaping business since he was 16 years […]

Students Perform Seussical Junior at Saffell Street

March 30, 2016

Yesterday, Saffell Street Elementary held their annual art show and play to a large crowd of excited students and family.  It started off with music teacher Meredith Lewis introducing the Saffell Singers Choir who performed two pieces, one of which was used earlier in the year for the all state choir auditions where three students […]

93 Year Old Plays Harmonica for Senior Center

March 30, 2016

The members of the Anderson County Senior Center had a special guest today.  Stanley Ewell, who is 93 years old, held a short performance playing his harmonica.  Stanley has been playing the harmonica for as long as he can remember after teaching himself how to play many years ago.  He enjoys playing for the staff […]

Congressman Barr

Congressman Barr Talks Tough on Drugs, Welfare, and Terrorism

March 29, 2016

Andy Barr, our US Congressman, was at Tonya’s Hometown Buffet this morning to not only get feedback from citizens of Anderson County but also to talk about national topics that are affecting the area.  Congressman Barr opened with a talk on the recent terrorist attacks on Brussels and the story of Justin and Stephanie Shults […]

Dawn Bogie and Tamara Smith

Sweet Mash Sees Success in Bourbon Tourism

March 28, 2016

One of the first new stores to open on Main Street is quickly approaching its first year anniversary.  Sweet Mash officially opened its doors in June of last year and has become a hit for both local residents and tourists alike.  As the brainchild of Tamara Smith and Dawn Bogie, Sweet Mash has taken the […]

John and Mike Bast

Surefire is a Sure Bet for Automotive Repair

March 26, 2016

Located across US127 from the new McDonald’s on Daniel Drive is an automotive and transmission repair shop that has been fixing cars the right way for a number of years.  Surefire Auto and Transmission was originally started by Ronnie Stratton but was purchased two years ago by brothers, John and Mike Bast. John and Mike […]

Middle Schooler Donates Books to Elementary School with Birthday Money

March 25, 2016

Today, there was a very special donation at Emma B Ward Elementary School.  Teacher Heather Chilton put out a request earlier in the year for donations for her classroom library.  Former student of Heather’s, Jude Thompson, who is only 12 years old, decided to buy books with his own birthday money and donate them to […]

Maureen Bryant, Maddie Drury, Melinda Shirley, Barbie Shifflet

Experience Creates Great Hair

March 24, 2016

Cutting and styling hair is an everyday affair, but at Mo’s Uppercuts, it’s a long tradition.  Maureen Bryant, the owner of Mo’s, has been styling hair for 28 years ever since she graduated at the Kaufman Beauty College in Lexington.  After she graduated, she worked at Metro Hair Design in Lexington for five years where […]