Upcoming Election Deadlines Approaching

September 29, 2016

Anderson County Clerk Jason Denny sent in this important article showing the upcoming deadlines and requirements for the general election that is fast approaching: As we near the November 8th General Election, I thought it would be a good time to remind everyone of important dates and times. We have had several inquiries regarding registering […]


AC Schools Rating Improve Again, Middle School Sees Great Advancement

September 29, 2016

Anderson County School District has once again performed well and even increased from last year in state standards ratings.  According to Superintendent Sheila Mitchell, the district overall has increased 2.9 points in the testing over last year, with major improvements in the middle and elementary schools.  The district as a whole has achieved a distinguished […]

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2016 Fall AC Parks & Rec Softball Champions Announced

September 28, 2016

The Anderson County Parks and Recreation held their fall softball championships last night.  Playing were the 8U, 10U, and 18U divisions. The 8U game was the Wildcats vs the Bearcats.  The game was easily won by the Wildcats team, 10-1.  The 18U game was similar with Orange Crush winning against Tropic Thunder. However, the 10U […]

Steakhouse to Open at Eagle Lake

September 27, 2016

A new steakhouse restaurant is planned to open at Eagle Lake which is located at the north end of the county on US127.  The new restaurant, called Patater’s Steakhouse, will be at the old Chef’s Southern Restaurant. Patater’s Steakhouse will feature a variety of steak options, including filet mignon, grilled top sirloin, and rib-eye steaks.  […]

Library Reopens After Completing Move

September 26, 2016

After about a month of hard work moving books and shelving, the Anderson Public Library has officially reopened at its temporary location at 1030B Industry Road today as part of their expansion project.  At last week’s library board meeting, the board and library director, Pam Marks, were amazed at how hard the staff, volunteers from […]

2016 Burgoo Festival is a Big Success

September 25, 2016

The 2016 Anderson County Burgoo Festival has officially drawn to a close, but it has been an incredible weekend for many.  Starting this past Friday, the festival seen a record number of vendors and scores of attendees visiting the booths and downtown stores.  With warm and clear weather throughout the weekend, the festival was a […]

Alternative Health Becomes More Popular in Lawrenceburg

September 22, 2016

One of Lawrenceburg’s most unique stores specializing in alternative healing methods is celebrating its third year in business and an increase in interest for many natural healing modalities.  Don and Pam Giles, owners of Antiques, Uniques, and Metaphysics, are glad to see more Kentuckians looking towards natural and alternative options to heal the body and […]

Secretary Grimes, Ron McCauley, Pam Brough

Business Awarded for Helping Veterans, Disabled Veteran Receives Car

September 22, 2016

Today, there was a special recognition to not only celebrate a business owner’s dedication to helping veterans, but also to help a local veteran in need.  A number of local and state government representatives including Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes came together to give Ron McCauley, owner of Chrysler of Lawrenceburg, the Corporations for […]

Big Changes and Record Number of Vendors Planned for Burgoo

September 21, 2016

The Anderson County Burgoo Festival is just around the corner and a number of changes are planned for this year’s event.  Larry Simpson from the festival organization was at the Joint Lawrenceburg-Anderson County Tourism Board meeting yesterday highlighting what will be in store for this weekend’s events. One of the biggest changes will be the […]