Hundreds Gather to Protest Senator McConnell

February 21, 2017

Hundreds gathered this morning for what has been called the largest protest that has been seen in Lawrenceburg as US Senator Mitch McConnell came to Anderson County to speak about legislative progress in Congress as part of the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce luncheon. The protest centered around the Legion Park where Senator McConnell was […]

Main Street Lawrenceburg Branch

Farmers Bank and Capital Trust Changes Name to United Bank

February 21, 2017

Yesterday marked the final change for the venerable Farmers Bank and Capital Trust as its name was officially changed to United Bank, after serving the community for almost 167 years to the day. According to Chris Thompson, vice president at the Main Street branch, the company decided to change its name across the four affiliate […]

Anderson County Animal Shelter Seeing Renovations

February 6, 2017

The Anderson County Animal Shelter is seeing a number of improvements as the county and animal control officers seek to renovate the old building and bring it up to standards. According to a report last year ranking shelters across the state, the Anderson County shelter, which is operated by the county government and not by […]

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 […]

Director Pam Marks Swearing In Sam Baker

Sam Baker Joins Library Board

January 18, 2017

The Anderson Public Library welcomed a new trustee to their board yesterday.  Sam Baker, a long time engineer and library supporter, was sworn in yesterday to replace Chrystal Graham who resigned from the board last month. Sam grew up in Estill County and always enjoyed the library there.  He said that as a child he […]

City Council Moves Forward With Alton Sewer, Water and Sewer Rate Increase

January 10, 2017

The Lawrenceburg City Council held there regular monthly meeting last night where they took the next steps in the Alton Vacuum Sewer Replacement Project, approved the first reading of the water and sewer rate increase ordinance, recognized former council member, George Geoghegan, as well as asking for interested community members to fill vacancies on city […]

City Looks into Railroad Underpass, Water/Sewer Rate Increase and More

January 6, 2017

The City of Lawrenceburg held a specially called work session meeting last night to discuss various important topics including the possibility of building a train underpass for emergency vehicles, sidewalk extension on Broadway, cemetery expansion, proposed water and sewer rate increase, sewer extension, and planning for the 2020 bicentennial celebration of the founding of Lawrenceburg. […]

Using Video to Fix Cars and Build a Business

January 4, 2017

A new automotive specialist garage is taking car repairs to a new level after opening five months ago.  Shaun Cohorn and Kris Rosenberg, owners of Kentucky TruTech, have developed a thriving business in less than a half year by trying to be the best and most honest repair shop in the county by using video […]