Iconic KET Host Dave Shuffett Calls Anderson County Home

January 31, 2017

An iconic Kentucky Educational Television host has decided to call Anderson County home and present just a small fraction of his amazing stories at last week’s meeting of the Anderson County Rotary Club.  Dave Shuffett, known for his work at KET, hosting Kentucky Life and other video productions, has traveled the state for many years, […]

Brenda Sizemore

Sweating to Detox in Anderson County

January 30, 2017

Although it might be bitterly cold outside, breaking a sweat for a short time each week might be just what will help you feel better for the rest of the winter.  Brenda Sizemore of Therapy in Motion Massage Techniques installed a special sauna that was recommended by a local doctor to help detox the body. […]

Church Honors First Responders with Breakfast Meal

January 28, 2017

Firefighters, police officers, EMS, and more had a special appreciation breakfast this morning at the Family Worship Center on Frankfort Road. The meal was held to celebrate and give back to the county’s and city’s brave first responders. Although this wasn’t the first appreciation meal the church has held, organizers of the event felt that […]

Missy Cinnamon

A Family of Florists

January 27, 2017

Family tradition runs deep at Cinnamon’s Flowers on Main Street as owner Missy Cinnamon and her brother, Mike Logue, grew up making floral arrangements for their parents who started their own florist business back in 1946. Missy’s and Mike’s parents, Arnold and Sue Logue, met in California when Arnold was stationed there for the US […]

Unemployment Rate Down Again in Anderson County

January 26, 2017

According to a press release by the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, unemployment rates across almost all counties in the state, including Anderson County, have fallen.  The rate in Anderson County last year was 4.1% and is now 3.5%: FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan. 26, 2016) – Unemployment rates fell in 119 Kentucky counties between December […]

Call 211 to Find Charitable Help

January 25, 2017

A local charitable organization has come up with a unique way to help those in need find resources and services to help.  The Anderson County United Way Board of Trustees as part of the United Way of the Bluegrass, created a phone system to allow residents to call 211 to be connected with various resources […]

Susan Campbell, Jan Frasier, Troy Knight, Colton Frasier, Becky Frederick, Will Frasier, Sadie Burge, Will Thompson, Aislinn Gay, Emma Gay, Kelly Jo Gay, and Ragan Burge

Anderson County Students Witness Inauguration and More

January 24, 2017

A group of Anderson County students along with dozens of others from around the state not only recently got to witness the inauguration of Donald Trump, but also learn and experience the process of elections and government at all levels. Starting back in November of 2015, the Anderson County 4-H Club has been planning the […]

Beverly McElwain, Joseph Zimmerman, Will Thompson, Blaine Carpenter, Katrin Wilson, Mike Wilson

Over 60 Christmas Trees Donated

January 23, 2017

The Anderson County Junior Conservation Board’s first project was a runaway success as many residents of the county donated their old natural Christmas trees to be recycled. The board, which held their first meeting in November and is made up of students, decided to do a Christmas tree recycling program as their first project.  Teaming […]

Matthew and Karine Maynard Presenting at Library Board Meeting

Maynards to Build Railroad Sculpture for Library

January 23, 2017

The Anderson Public Library will feature later this year an amazing steel sculpture highlighting one of Anderson County’s iconic structures with all labor costs donated to the library. The county’s premier blacksmiths, Matthew and Karine Maynard of Maynard Studios, will be building and installing a sculpture in the newly expanded library that is set to reopen […]