Joint Tourism Commission Hires Executive Director

July 18, 2017

The Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Joint Tourism Commission has hired its first full-time executive director. The commission is excited to announce that they have hired Kendall Clinton, formerly with the Dothan Eagle in Dothan, Alabama. Kendall has more than 21 years of journalism experience, having served as an editor and reporter for the newspaper. Over the years, […]

Patty Long, Melinda Shirley, Maddi Drury, and Maureen Bryant

Hairstylist Creates Local Spa

June 26, 2017

Lawrenceburg is now home to a spa as a long time hair stylist expands her business to include services that are normally only available in Lexington and Louisville. Maureen Bryant, owner of Mo’s Uppercuts, has been styling hair for 32 years.  Her business has continually increased, but she was only able to offer standard hair […]

City Council Approves Ordinance to Restrict Fireworks Use

June 15, 2017

The City of Lawrenceburg, during a specially called city council meeting tonight, passed the ordinance to restrict fireworks.  But it was not without controversy. The ordinance, which was read for the first time during Monday’s normal city council meeting, amended the original fireworks ordinance to restrict the times and dates when consumer fireworks can be […]

Caleb Waldridge, Noal Cotton, City Clerk Robbie Hume, Councilman George Geoghegan, Mayor Goodlett, Councilman Bobby Durr, Sam McKown, Monty Rhody, Cole Waldridge, Gavin Yates

City Celebrates Groundbreaking of Spray Park

June 14, 2017

The City of Lawrenceburg along with a few local children celebrated the official groundbreaking of the soon to be spray park in the Legion Park. After about a four year process, Mayor Goodlett explained that they were finally able to start construction this year and are expecting to open the park by either late fall […]

City Council Looks to Limit Fireworks Use

June 13, 2017

The City of Lawrenceburg has taken the first step to limit the times of when fireworks may be fired within the city limits after complaints from last year’s extended 4th of July fireworks usage. An amended fireworks ordinance was introduced to the city council last night after discussions about the fireworks issue from a previous […]

Judge Gritton and Mayor Goodlett

Work Ready Signs Unveiled in Special Ceremony

June 8, 2017

A special ceremony was held yesterday in front of the Anderson County Board of Education building to reveal signs certifying Anderson County as a Work Ready Community. George Leamon, executive director of the Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Economic Development Authority, explained that with becoming a work ready county, Anderson County will be more competitive to recruit and […]

Alternative Health Options Continue to Thrive in Lawrenceburg

June 4, 2017

Alternative health options continue to thrive in Lawrenceburg as one of the town’s most unique stores begins offering more classes to help everyone in the area. Pam and Don Giles, owners of Antiques, Uniques, and Metaphysics which is located just off Broadway, opened their store in Lawrenceburg over three years.  In that time, they have […]

USDA Recognizes Anderson County

June 2, 2017

Anderson County has made the attention of officials in Washington, DC, and was recognized yesterday for its leading role in providing United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development loans to prospective home buyers. According to USDA direct lender, David Garmon, Anderson County has been leading the top of the charts of all eligible counties in […]

New Automotive Shop Promises Best Service

June 1, 2017

A Lawrenceburg automotive mechanic has decided to take customer service to the next level and opened his own shop to provide the best possible service. Keith Dennis grew up and lived in Lawrenceburg all his life and for much of that time repaired cars.  He graduated from Anderson County High School while taking the automotive […]