Marlene with "Best of Lwrenceburg" Basket

Record Numbers Planned to Attend Ladies Day

May 7, 2017

The Fourth Annual Ladies Day in Lawrenceburg is planning to have a record number of shoppers this year as both residents and those from the surrounding area head to Lawrenceburg to enjoy all the new shopping experiences and lots of giveaways. Ladies Day was originally started by Marlene Yung of the Lawrenceburg Bed and Breakfast.  […]

Last Call for the Old Glensboro School

April 11, 2017

The destiny of the old Glensboro School was partly determined last night during the Anderson County School Board meeting. The school, which was originally a one room schoolhouse built in Glensboro, was moved to the property of the Anderson County High School back during the early 1990s through a community effort.  Community support was plentiful […]

Mayor Goodlett Reading Proclamation

City of Lawrenceburg Takes Stand for Equal Pay

March 27, 2017

The City of Lawrenceburg took a stand today to help fight for equal pay for women by declaring April 4th as Equal Pay Day. The proclamation, which outlined the gender pay gap nationally at 79% in 2014, was organized by Ann Bond Chilton.  Ann, who is a member of the American Association of University Women […]

City Clean-up Days Announced

March 20, 2017

The following is the tentative schedule for the Lawrenceburg Clean-Up Days trash pickup.  The pickup will allow residents to get rid of items that normally would not be accepted or would cost more to dispose of during normal trash pickups. The City of Lawrenceburg will only be picking up materials that the Garbage Collector does […]

Officers Eric Cunningham and John Michael Durr

Councilman Vaughn Resigns, Two New Police Officers Introduced at City Meeting

March 14, 2017

During last night’s Lawrenceburg City Council meeting, Mayor Goodlett announced the resignation of council member Thomas Vaughn as well introduced two new police officers to the council. According to Mayor Goodlett, council member Vaughn had moved outside of the city limits and was required to resign.  “We certainly appreciate the work that Mr Vaughn did […]

Gabe Uebel, Jeremy Dickerson, Jacob Howe

Local Business Continues to Thrive By Building School Pride

March 10, 2017

A Lawrenceburg business continues to thrive and grow by helping Kentucky schools build local pride. Gabe Uebel, owner of Splatter Inc, has been making screen printed shirts, hoodies, and more since 2004.  Through the years, Gabe and his team of three full time employees have produced branded clothing for many schools across the state, including […]

Lawrenceburg Rated Third Safest City in State

March 6, 2017

According to a recent report by the National Council for Home Safety and Security, Lawrenceburg was rated as the third safest city in the state in 2017. The council, which is the national trade association for licensed alarm installers, contractors, and other relevant trade groups across the nation, evaluated cities in Kentucky by reviewing statistics […]

Ag Commissioner Meets With 4H and FFA

February 27, 2017

The Anderson County 4H club members and Anderson County High School FFA students met with the Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture, Ryan Quarles, today to promote the Ag Tag program that helps ensure the future of agriculture in the state. According to Commissioner Quarles, the Ag Tag program is a voluntary donation that is given at […]

Senator McConnell

Senator Mitch McConnell Speaks at Chamber Luncheon

February 21, 2017

Amidst a number of protests, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was invited and spoke with a number of local residents during the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce luncheon about various legislative topics that are happening in Washington, DC. The luncheon, which was held at the American Legion Hall and catered by Hill of Beans BBQ, […]