Dr Davis and Superintendent Mitchell

Anderson County Schools to Collect Supplies for Schools Affected by Hurricanes

September 14, 2017

Anderson County Schools and the Anderson County Education Association have partnered to lend a hand to the many schools that have been impacted by the destructive hurricanes, Harvey and Irma. According to ACEA president, Dr Anissa Penn Davis, the schools will be collecting donations for school supplies and general office supplies at every school location […]

National TV Show to Film at Burgoo and New Events

September 12, 2017

The Anderson County Burgoo Festival is just about here once again with some new activities as well as drawing the attraction from a national star and TV show. According to the new Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Joint Tourism Director Kendall Clinton at last night’s Lawrenceburg City Council Meeting, the city was recently contacted by representatives from the […]

County Park Turned into a Cub Scout Campsite

September 11, 2017

The Anderson County Park was turned into a bustling campground on Friday night as over 150 adults and children headed to the park for the annual kickoff of the Anderson County Cub Scouts. Cub master of pack 38, Travis Huber, explained that the pack holds an overnight camp out every year as a fun way […]

11 Year Old Creates Donation Drive to Help Hurricane Victims

September 6, 2017

An amazing Anderson County Middle School student took it upon himself to help victims in Texas from Hurricane Harvey with his own donation drive. Marcus Fields, only 11 years old, wanted to try to help the many suffering in Texas.  According to his mother, Angela Ervin Fields, Marcus wanted to go to Texas to help […]

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 […]

Giving Back to Those That Helped in a Tragedy

September 3, 2017

Tragedy struck an Anderson County family eight years ago when their thirteen year old son lost his life, but through an amazing outpouring of support from his school, the family has continually given back to show their gratitude. Seth Carnahan was a great student at Anderson County Middle School, playing hard in the school’s football […]

Anderson County Musician Releases Album

August 29, 2017

With grit and determination, an Anderson County native and musician has debuted his own music album that is now available across all digital media outlets. Ever since he can remember, Jarrod Stratton has been playing music.  Growing up with music in his blood from his father who played in a southern rock and country band, […]

Russell, McKenzie, Kelly, Avery, and Kaitlyn Vaden

Local Business to Accept Donations to Help Hurricane Victims

August 28, 2017

Helping others runs deep here in Lawrenceburg, and a local business will be collecting donations to help the thousands of victims of Hurricane Harvey. The owners of the new Bearcat Den on Hilltop Drive, Russell and Kelly Vaden, felt strong compassion to help those that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas as a […]

Helping Beautify Anderson County One Yard at Time

August 24, 2017

An Anderson County resident’s passion for gardening not only has helped beautify parts of Lawrenceburg but has also led her to create her own gardening business. Frances Cox grew up in a family of farmers in Marion County and has enjoyed growing plants and gardening for practically her whole life.  “If I can put something […]