Crew 14 at Rankin Home: Will Sharp, Wade Hintz, Korey Cochran, Josh Konemann, Jonathon Pinkston, Alan Atwell, Benjamin Pinkston, Kera Bishop, Rachel Holland, Melanie Montgomery, Tessa Gray, Hunter Thomas, John Moore, Aimee Pinkston, Chance Jones

150 Teenagers Camping at ACHS to Help Others

July 11, 2016

An incredible group of young men and women from around the state have converged on Anderson County to help others as part of an amazing summer camp experience.  Kentucky Changers is a missionary type summer camp where high school students and adults from around Kentucky join forces to help with home repairs for low income […]

New Finance Office Opens on Glensboro Road

July 11, 2016

A brand new finance office opened on Glensboro Road offering loans to those who normally can’t get a loan from a bank.  Opened on June 1st, Infinity Finance was started by Terry Kromoff who has been in the business for 27 years. According to Terry, his services fill in the area where someone needs a […]

Creating a United Stance Against Drug and Substance Abuse

July 10, 2016

The Anderson County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy is taking the next step to organize a collective force to help prevent and stop drug abuse.  They will be hosting a special meet and greet event to bring together organizations and interested individuals from around the county to share contact information and coordinate efforts to bring […]

Dozens of Motorcycle Riders Gather to Help Humane Society

July 10, 2016

Riding a motorcycle for a cause is what many Anderson County residents did yesterday.  Dozens of motorcycle riders gathered at the Hill of Beans BBQ to be apart of the 2 Wheels 4 Paws Benefit Bike Run to help the Anderson Humane Society. The bike run was organized by the newly formed Chrome Angelz Bluegrass […]

Balloon Release in Memory of Those Lost to Addiction

Anderson County Takes a Stand Against Drug Addiction

July 9, 2016

Anderson County took a big stand last night against drug addiction.  The newly formed Anderson County HEROES held a walk to not only remember those lost to addiction but also to bring more awareness of the problem and end the stigma surrounding it. Called the Crusade Against Addiction, walkers gathered at the Anderson County High […]

Joan Martin with a Water Bath Canner

Preserving and Canning Food with Joan Martin

July 7, 2016

As the summer is quickly reaching its peak, Anderson County gardeners will soon be ready to harvest all their fruits and vegetables.  To help preserve the bounty, Joan Martin from the Anderson County Extension Office will be offering a variety of classes on freezing, dehydrating, and especially on canning. Joan explained that many who want […]

Principal Sandra Bowman

Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg to House New School Library

July 6, 2016

Seeing a great need coming for this school year, the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg is attributing the incredibly fast development of the private school’s new library to divine intervention.  The school’s new library quickly came about within three months from start to its current state of construction at 126 North Main Street. With the temporary […]

Deputy Coroner Steve Votaw and Brenda Crain Cummins

Stepping Out and Walking Against Drugs and Addiction

July 5, 2016

This Friday will be a special day for family, friends and those personally who have suffered with addiction.  The newly formed Anderson County HEROES will be sponsoring a walk to bring awareness to the drug addiction and substance abuse epidemic that is gripping Lawrenceburg and many surrounding counties. HEROES was formed in March as a […]

Ciara Ice Cream

Ice Cream Doesn’t Have to be Unhealthy

July 2, 2016

Who says that ice cream has to be unhealthy?  Ciara Hyatt, our food columnist from Homemade Takeout, has created a very tasty ice cream without all the fat: Not only am I always in the kitchen trying my hand at new recipes as well as old favorites, I’m also always on the lookout for healthy […]