Resident Follows Dream to Publish Children’s Books with Great Success

September 4, 2017

A new resident of Anderson County has followed her dream of writing and publishing faith based children’s books with great success. Living in Jeffersontown, Kristina Wolf Dreisbach was a preschool teacher at Christian Academy of Louisville for twelve years until she retired in 2012.  During her time as a teacher, she was inspired to write […]

Bryan Proctor and Sara Beth Fentress

Two Anderson County Natives Help Orphans and Widows Around the World

June 28, 2017

Helping orphans and widows in third world countries is something that two Anderson County natives are passionate about as they work to connect those with special skills to improve the lives of those less fortunate. Sara Beth Fentress grew up in Anderson County and graduated from Anderson County High School although she now lives in […]

Dozens Gather Despite Rain for National Day of Prayer

May 4, 2017

Despite the rain, many dozens still gathered today on the court house lawn for the National Day of Prayer.  The group, which included Mayor Goodlett and Judge Executive Orbrey Gritton, prayed as multiple people took the microphone to lead the group. The prayers led with calls for unity, togetherness of families, and help for businesses.  […]

Kenny Bain, Nathan Bain, Vandon Bain, Blake Rogers, Matthew Bain, Cory Robinson

CAL Student Signs with Boyce to Play Basketball and Become Minister

March 24, 2017

Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg student, Nathan Bain, will be heading to Boyce College in Louisville to not only play basketball but also to become a youth minister after signing for the basketball team on Wednesday. While studying at CAL, Nathan excelled in academics and basketball.  “He’s just an all around good basketball player,” CAL boys […]

Aaron and Shannon Soard

Church Works to Help Homeless, End Class Segregation

February 13, 2017

A local Lawrenceburg church has decided to help those are displaced from their homes and try to put an end to class segregation. APEX Ministries, located on Hilltop Dr, received a call earlier in the year from a wife of a Frankfort Police officer asking them if they would to join a community outreach program […]

Church Honors First Responders with Breakfast Meal

January 28, 2017

Firefighters, police officers, EMS, and more had a special appreciation breakfast this morning at the Family Worship Center on Frankfort Road. The meal was held to celebrate and give back to the county’s and city’s brave first responders. Although this wasn’t the first appreciation meal the church has held, organizers of the event felt that […]

Jenn Wininger, Brandon Dulaney, and Ron Roe

Local Church to Help Residents by Offering Financial Course

January 2, 2017

A church here in Anderson County wants to help residents thrive in both a spiritual and financial way. Brandon Dulaney, lead minister at Anderson Christian Church, wants to be more active in the community and saw that many residents are not thriving financially. To help relieve financial stress as well freeing oneself from debt, Brandon […]

Revitalizing Anderson County’s Baptist Churches

October 4, 2016

Sand Spring Baptist Church will be hosting a special event this Sunday, hoping to revitalize the Baptist churches across the county.  The Anderson Baptist Association will be holding its annual meeting in a new revival style with modern music and evangelism. Philip Ritchey, director of missions for the association, is hoping to bring more younger […]

Truly Living in Your Community

September 18, 2016

Drew Causey, Pastor of Worship and Discipleship at Hope Community Church, sent in this article about truly living in the community and not just where you house is located: When I was in college, I had a neighbor who made a somewhat regular habit of accidentally backing into my car. After the second occurrence, I […]