Anderson County Musician Releases Album

August 29, 2017

With grit and determination, an Anderson County native and musician has debuted his own music album that is now available across all digital media outlets. Ever since he can remember, Jarrod Stratton has been playing music.  Growing up with music in his blood from his father who played in a southern rock and country band, […]

Russell, McKenzie, Kelly, Avery, and Kaitlyn Vaden

Local Business to Accept Donations to Help Hurricane Victims

August 28, 2017

Helping others runs deep here in Lawrenceburg, and a local business will be collecting donations to help the thousands of victims of Hurricane Harvey. The owners of the new Bearcat Den on Hilltop Drive, Russell and Kelly Vaden, felt strong compassion to help those that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas as a […]

Helping Beautify Anderson County One Yard at Time

August 24, 2017

An Anderson County resident’s passion for gardening not only has helped beautify parts of Lawrenceburg but has also led her to create her own gardening business. Frances Cox grew up in a family of farmers in Marion County and has enjoyed growing plants and gardening for practically her whole life.  “If I can put something […]

Home Bound Residents Helped to Senior Center Event through Compassion

August 22, 2017

Some of Anderson County’s home bound senior residents were able to get out for a day of fun and entertainment as part of an amazing bout of compassion. Through the Anderson County Senior Center, a number of home bound senior residents are helped every week to fulfill their basic needs.  According to Opal Phillips, volunteer […]

Best Eclipse Viewing Times and Safety Tips

August 20, 2017

After much anticipation, the 2017 total solar eclipse will be starting tomorrow afternoon for both us here in Anderson County and throughout the country. Even though we won’t see a total eclipse in Lawrenceburg, residents will experience almost total darkness.  According to NASA, the moon will cover 96% of sun above our skies here in […]

Library Board Decreases Tax Rate

August 17, 2017

Following the City of Lawrenceburg’s proposed tax rate decrease earlier in the week, the Anderson Public Library Board of Trustees voted to also lower their tax rates this past Tuesday during their monthly board meeting. Library director, Pam Marks, explained to the board that the compensating tax rate for the library was determined to be […]

City Looks to Decrease Tax Rate

August 15, 2017

The city of Lawrenceburg considered reducing taxes on personal property last night during their monthly city council meeting. According to the proposed ordinance, all taxes will remain the same except for the personal property tax which will go from $0.3075 per $100 of assessed value to $0.2355 per $100. Real property tax will remain at […]

ACHS Student Recognized for Winning Gold Medal at National FCCLA Event

August 15, 2017

An amazing Anderson County High School student was recognized last night at the Anderson County School board meeting for her hard work and dedication in bringing home a gold medal at the national 2017 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Leadership Conference. Hitting top scores at the regional and state competitions, Sophia […]

Local Author, Ann Gabhart, to Thrill Readers with New Historical Novel

August 13, 2017

One of Anderson County’s most well known authors, Ann Gabhart, will be soon releasing a brand new book filled with history, adventure, and life saving medicine as she takes readers back in time to Appalachia in the 1940’s. Ann, who has been writing since she was around 10 years old and has already published over […]