From left: Sheila Mitchell, Anderson County Schools Superintendent; Donna C. Drury, S.O.S. Advisor; Heidi Garcia, S.O.S. Second Vice President; Jael Cobb, S.O.S. First Vice President; Landon Peach, S.O.S. Former Vice President; Payton Serafini, S.O.S. President; and Tara McGuire, State Alcohol Prevention Manager

ACHS Drug Prevention Youth Coalition Receives State Award

September 29, 2017

The Saving Our Students (S.O.S.) Youth Coalition of Anderson County was recognized as the 2017 KY Youth Empowerment System (Y.E.S.) Outstanding Achievement Award recipient by the KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities and the Bluegrass Prevention Center. The youth group was honored for their community-based programs […]

Run and Show Off Your Dog to Help Humane Society

September 28, 2017

Take your dog for a walk and show him or her off next Saturday for the Anderson Humane Society’s Mutt Strut 5K and Healthy People/Healthy Pets Fair and Dog Show. The race and dog show event will features lots of wagging tails at the Anderson County park where dogs and their owners will get a […]

The Good Ole Boys Performed Good Ole Music

September 26, 2017

The 2017 Anderson County Burgoo Festival in downtown Lawrenceburg wound down on Sunday with old fashioned gospel music being performed on the Green by the Good Ole Boys of Anderson County. A talented mix of band members of all ages entertained the audience with that “good ole music” from many years past such as “One […]

2017 Anderson County Burgoo Festival was a Big Hit

September 25, 2017

Although it was a warm weekend, thousands of residents and visitors alike descended on Main Street and the surrounding area for the 2017 Anderson County Burgoo Festival.  There was lots of fun, food, games, and shopping for everyone.  There was even a handmade quilt show at the First Presbyterian Church. The festival featured a number […]

Fall Vendor Fair to Help Those in Need

September 21, 2017

As a kick off to the Fall and Holiday season, the LIGHT Center of Lawrenceburg will be hosting its third vendor fair, with proceeds going to help residents in need in the county. According to LIGHT Center director, Bryan Proctor, the upcoming Fall Craft and Vendor Fair will be the largest one yet.  He explained […]

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Event to Help Parents Catch Drug Abuse Among Teens

September 20, 2017

In their next phase to help prevent alcohol and drug abuse among Anderson County youth, the Saving Our Students Youth Coalition at the Anderson County High School will be hosting a special event to help show parents, guardians, and other adults the signs of drug use in a teen’s bedroom. Called “Hiding in Plain Sight,” […]

Hundreds Attend Hopestock

September 18, 2017

Hundreds gathered this past Saturday for a special event on the Lawrenceburg Green bringing hope and awareness for families suffering with drug addiction. Called Hopestock, the event was created by the Anderson County HEROES, which is a local drug addiction recovery and support group.  Paul Barrick, president of HEROES, explained that the event served to […]

Athletic Trainer Helps Train EMS for Sports Emergencies

September 15, 2017

Dealing with sports related injuries is serious, and the athletic trainer at Anderson County Schools has been training local EMS to help during emergency situations. Mark Fang, the certified athletic trainer at KORT Physical Therapy in Lawrenceburg, has been providing sports medicine help at Anderson County School for two years.  During his time working at […]

Dr Davis and Superintendent Mitchell

Anderson County Schools to Collect Supplies for Schools Affected by Hurricanes

September 14, 2017

Anderson County Schools and the Anderson County Education Association have partnered to lend a hand to the many schools that have been impacted by the destructive hurricanes, Harvey and Irma. According to ACEA president, Dr Anissa Penn Davis, the schools will be collecting donations for school supplies and general office supplies at every school location […]