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 […]

Devon Henry

Online Grocery Shopping Comes to Lawrenceburg

March 21, 2017

Although online shopping has become popular, buying groceries have always been done in store, especially here in Lawrenceburg.  However, the Lawrenceburg Kroger has recently started a new online way to buy groceries and have them loaded right in your car. Called ClickList, the program allows customers to select groceries through the Kroger website and let […]

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 […]

Bryan Proctor

Shop and Help Those in Need

March 15, 2017

There will be some great fun and shopping this weekend for many Anderson County residents, with raffle proceeds going to help those in need. The LIGHT Center will be hosting its second vendor fair at the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg on Saturday.  Called the Spring Fling Vendor Fair, there will be dozens of different vendors […]

Anderson Public Library Welcomes New Assistant Director

March 7, 2017

The Anderson Public Library just recently welcomed a new assistant director to help with day to day operations and further promote educational resources. Kentucky native, Alison Layne, was hired to fill the position that was not filled since former director, Pam Mullins, left the library at the end of 2015, and assistant director Pam Marks […]

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 […]

Annie Edwards, Luke Edwards, and Sophie Etherington

Homeschooler Wins Rotary Speech Contest

March 6, 2017

Students from around the county competed last week in the annual Lawrenceburg Rotary Club Speech Contest.  The contest, which started in 1994, encourages high school students in the county to write and deliver a speech on a theme relating to helping others. This year’s theme was based on how Rotary helps serves humanity.  The Rotary […]

Playing to Help the Anderson Humane Society

February 28, 2017

What a fun, prosperous evening it was! Who doesn’t enjoy a rousing game of Bunco with new and present friends. The Christian Workers’ Circle from First Christian Church initiate a service project each month for the community. In January, sweatpants, hats, and gloves were donated to the elementary Family Resource Centers; in February, a Bow […]

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 […]