Judge Executive Orbrey Gritton

Hundreds Head to Main Street for Trunk or Treat

October 31, 2016

The 2016 Lawrenceburg Trunk or Treat on Main Street was again a big success this year with hundreds of trick or treaters visiting the downtown area.  There were dozens of organizations and churches giving candy out including county officials, both county and city fire departments, sheriff’s office, and more.  The young children had much fun […]

Maynard Studios Installs Very Large Metalwork in Boston

October 31, 2016

Matthew and Karine Maynard of Maynard Studios here in Lawrenceburg just recently returned from Boston, Massachusetts, where they installed one of their largest sculptural commissions to date. The 114 foot long installation, titled “SM-06” sits atop a fourth floor terrace overlooking the waterfront in the Financial District of downtown Boston. The sculpture will be a […]

Dozens Gather for Alton Sewer Grant Announcement

October 31, 2016

Governor Matt Bevin, Congressman Andy Barr, and the City of Lawrenceburg today announced receiving an almost million dollar grant to replace the failing Alton vacuum sewer.  Congregating on the Lawrenceburg Green, Mayor Goodlett, county officials, and dozens more were present for the announcement. The vacuum sewer system was originally installed in the Alton area during […]

Shirley Eldridge and Paula Mullins

Adult Trick Or Treat Draws Over 100 Participants to Main Street

October 29, 2016

Yesterday, over 130 adults came out to Main Street for the first annual Adult Trick or Treat. The night consisted of lots of fun and served as an opportunity for adults to have a night to themselves while taking advantage of the great deals that various downtown businesses had to offer. The idea was created […]

City Clerk Robbie Hume, City Fire Chief Bobby Hume, Mayor Goodlett

City and County Fire Departments Look to Help Each Other

October 27, 2016

Spurred by recent tragic accidents and delays caused by trains blocking crossings, the Public Safety Committee of the City of Lawrenceburg took the first steps on Tuesday to discuss aid agreements between the county and city fire departments. City Fire Chief Bobby Hume presented the committee with two aid agreements that both the city and […]

Lakelyn Russell, Liam Whiteker, Maya Velasquez, Jeremiah White, Rylee Hume, Alayna Williams, Wyatt Drury, Dr Arthur Pangemanan

Students Learn About Careers and Follow Their Dreams at EBW

October 27, 2016

Students at Emma B Ward Elementary were in for a treat yesterday as twenty different professionals came to the school to not only talk about their own careers but also encourage the children to pursue their dreams. School counselor, Marla Swartz, explained that career day is a special event held yearly to expose children to […]

Kayla Pastrano and Morgan Durr

Spray Tanning with Vegetables

October 25, 2016

Lawrenceburg is now home to a new spray tan salon with a twist: the spray is made from vegetables and is organic.  Morgan Durr of Glow Organic Spray Tanning is doing full custom air brushed spray tans at Jack Clark Hair Design on Glensboro Road. Morgan has always been a fan of spray tanning.  She […]

Fall Treats for Kids and Adults

October 24, 2016

Ciara Hyatt from Homemade Takeout, our food columnist, shared some delicious Fall treats for kids and adults: Since moving to the farm, every year we’ve had a fall party complete with hay ride, pumpkin painting, bonfire, and lots of yummy food! It’s becoming as exciting to me as any holiday. It’s just so much fun […]

Lawrenceburg Pizza Hut Seeing Major Remodel

October 24, 2016

The Lawrenceburg Pizza Hut is seeing a complete remodel these next few weeks.  According to assistant manager, Troy Settles, the building is being renovating with a new look, removing the red roof, old windows, and more. The building was originally built in 1982 and was cosmetically updated in 1995.  But it has now reached the […]