Dry Needling to Help Alleviate Pain

July 31, 2016

Although it looks painful, dry needling is a new healing approach making its way to Lawrenceburg.  Now done by Matthew Berry at Kort Physical Therapy, the idea of dry needling is to stimulate healing by inserting a small needle in painful areas. According to Matt, who was just recently trained in the method, dry needling […]

Brian Carter, KI4TLW, Anderson Radio Club president, contemplates the outcome of the testing session. Jerry Shouse, K4TG, prepares documents to be sent to the FCC.

8 New Amateur Radio Operators Licensed to Help During Disasters

July 30, 2016

The Anderson Radio Club, your local amateur radio group held a testing session this past Tuesday followed by the regular monthly meeting. The K4TG VE team, part of the Anderson Radio Club, has a testing session once per quarter every year. These testing sessions are open to individuals who would like to become amateur radio […]

Lawrenceburg Legacy: E Glenn Birdwhistell

July 30, 2016

If you were sitting in the Cumberland Gap in the early 1800’s, you may have met Thomas Birdwhistell.  He was the first of the Birdwhistells to come to Kentucky and settled in Mercer County near the county line.  Years later, the county lines were redrawn and the Birdwhistells were in Anderson County.  Like most of […]

Coach Steven Maxwell, Jack Potter, Tristan Wohnhas, Juan Alvarez, James Maxwell, Joshua Garcia, Abbie Grzynkowicz, Catherine McGrath, Olivia Griffin, Kaitlyn, Jude, and Coach Chris Thompson; Haleigh Snipes and Rylie Young Not in Photo

Bringing the Passion Back to the Game of Soccer

July 30, 2016

Two passionate coaches, parents, and twelve kids have come together to create a brand new soccer team dedicated to not only creating great players but also rebuild the popularity of the game.  The new Y12 Anderson Freedom team promises to focus on creating a disciplined soccer team, with dedication to the sport. Steven Maxwell and […]

Very Large Crowds at Family Fun Fest

July 29, 2016

Last night was the 15th Annual Family Fun Fest at the Anderson County Middle School and tremendous crowds turned out for all the great giveaways.  Dozens of different organizations and businesses were also present, stocked with a variety of school supplies Beckey Johnson, ACMS Youth Service Center Director, explained that the program helps parents kick […]

Michelle Robinson

Teachers and Staff Continue Creating Best Environment at Christian Academy

July 29, 2016

As the new school year approaches, the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg is continuing in creating the best environment for both students and teachers.  The school has a long standing tradition to not only have a more adaptable learning environment for students, but also encourage the teachers to continue improving themselves with their own education. School […]

Unemployment Rate in Anderson County 6th Lowest in State

July 28, 2016

According to the Kentucky Career Center, the unemployment rate in Anderson County was the sixth lowest after the rate dropped in 64 counties.  It was 9th last year: FRANKFORT, Ky. (July 28, 2016) – Unemployment rates fell in 64 Kentucky counties between June 2015 and June 2016, rose in 49 counties, and remained the same […]

A Love for Animals Leads to New Business

July 28, 2016

A new shop opened towards the north end of the county dedicated to keeping man’s best friend clean and well groomed.  Doggy Stylz Dog Salon at Eagle Lake opened last month by experienced dog groomer, Michelle Downs. Michelle, who has also been a nurse for 14 years, started grooming back when she was a young […]

Maureen Bryant, Chesney Waddell, Maddie Drury, Melinda Shirley

Local Business Helps Children Get Ready for School

July 27, 2016

With back to school just around the corner, parents are rushing about, getting their children ready for school.  A hair cut for your child is just one of many things needed, and Mo’s Uppercuts on Glensboro Road is making it easier for parents. Maureen Bryant, owner of Mo’s. has been styling hair for 28 years […]