Cappuccinos, Coffee, and Pastries Coming to Lawrenceburg

May 31, 2016

Enjoying a hand brewed coffee with a home made pastry in a cozy, quaint coffee shop will soon be the experience for many here in Lawrenceburg as a new coffee shop prepares to open on Main Street.  Lora Harrison and Kim Knight are planning to open their new shop sometime this summer in the same […]

Challenger Game

Over 200 Volunteered in Very Large Community Service Project

May 31, 2016

This past Saturday, members of Sand Spring Baptist Church organized one of the largest community service events ever seen in the county.  Called Operation Inasmuch after the Bible verse Matthew 25:40, the event was comprised of 24 different charitable projects held all around the county.  According to Pastor Michael Hamrick, over 200 members of the […]

Rachel and Jim Catlett

Many Continue to Honor Veterans and Those Killed in Action

May 30, 2016

Although the official Memorial Day service was held yesterday at the Healing Field in the Legion Park, many today, even those from other towns, have visited the field to pay respects, and honor those brave soldiers fallen in action. Jim and Rachel Catlett from Harrodsburg were at the Healing Field today after stumbling upon it while […]

Evan Cornett and Benjamin Black

Saying Farewell and Looking to the Future

May 30, 2016

Two of Lawrenceburg’s very talented singing students will be saying farewell this August as they head to college.  Benjamin Black and Evan Cornett, two of the original founders of the singing group BCB & Company, graduated from the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg this past week and have their eyes set to attend Asbury University in […]

How Decoration Day Became Memorial Day

May 30, 2016

Pamela Marks, director of the Anderson Public Library, sent in this article about how Memorial Day was once called Decoration Day, where families decorated the graves of the brave soldiers who died in battle: Does anyone else remember when Memorial Day was called Decoration Day? Yesterday, as I was driving past the Healing Field on […]

A Special Honor for Those Fallen in Battle

May 29, 2016

Post 34 of the American Legion and Auxiliary held their annual Memorial Day service at the newly renovated Healing Field in the Legion Park.  The service held strong meaning for many there, including many local officials that were in attendance. State Representative James Tipton said, “We are so blessed to live in a country where […]

Commonwealth Credit Union Assists Local Charitable Organization

May 29, 2016

Due to the generosity and kindness of a local financial institution, one charitable organization was able to assist another charitable organization in meeting the needs of people in two separate communities.  Commonwealth Credit Union contacted the LIGHT Center of Lawrenceburg about conducting a joint community effort in town to assist the LIGHT Center in its […]

Christian Academy Celebrates 2016 Graduates

May 28, 2016

The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg celebrated their 2016 graduation today with six students graduating from the school. Chase Abrams, Brooklyn Carpenter, Evan Cornett, Brette Elliott, Caleb Hatton and Ashley Moses were the graduates and will be moving on to colleges and universities around the area. Brooklyn was the Valedictorian and Brette was the Salutatorian, both […]

Local Government Revealed: Health Director Tim Wright

May 28, 2016

Tim Wright has been the Anderson County Health Director since February 2012.  Tim has two titles, the Public Health Director and Environmental Health Program Manager.  He is married to Tammy Lou Wright.  He has one daughter and two step sons.  He is originally from Pike County, graduated from Knox Central High School in 1985.  He […]