Learning Through Music at Lawrenceburg Academy of Performing Arts

October 5, 2016

Meredith Hyatt Lewis from the newly opened Lawrenceburg Academy of Performing Arts is combining music and movement in a way to help build skills and improve learning for young children.  Called Kindermusik, the program is for children from infants to seven year olds and improves many different areas in childhood development. Kindermusik was originally developed […]

2016 Burgoo Festival is a Big Success

September 25, 2016

The 2016 Anderson County Burgoo Festival has officially drawn to a close, but it has been an incredible weekend for many.  Starting this past Friday, the festival seen a record number of vendors and scores of attendees visiting the booths and downtown stores.  With warm and clear weather throughout the weekend, the festival was a […]

Big Changes and Record Number of Vendors Planned for Burgoo

September 21, 2016

The Anderson County Burgoo Festival is just around the corner and a number of changes are planned for this year’s event.  Larry Simpson from the festival organization was at the Joint Lawrenceburg-Anderson County Tourism Board meeting yesterday highlighting what will be in store for this weekend’s events. One of the biggest changes will be the […]

30 Books and Counting

September 6, 2016

Writing fiction has been an almost life long passion for Anderson County native, Ann Gabhart.  In her writing career, Ann has published thirty novels based on a variety of topics, many of which containing elements from right here in Lawrenceburg. Ann grew up on a farm and decided to start writing when she was only […]

I Will Walk 500K

September 3, 2016

Participating in one hundred 5k run/walk events is impressive but even more so at 64 years old.  Martha Baker, who started participating in run/walk events seven years ago, will be achieving her 100th 5k walk this month. Martha originally participated in a run/walk event as just a walker seven years ago.  Seeing that no one […]

Ben, Jeriann, and Danilee Kallin

The Force Awakens at the Green

August 29, 2016

Although it was warm and there was the opening home football game at Anderson County High School, the movie night on the Lawrenceburg Green attracted a number of Star Wars fans to see the free showing of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.  Sponsored by the City of Lawrenceburg and Commonwealth Credit Union, a number of […]

Having Fun with Mini Memory Tiles

August 8, 2016

Jessica Seeberger from Nosy Neighbors Custom Creations is our new craft columnist and has sent in this great little craft idea that is bound to take some of the boredom we all face at doctor’s appointments, kids sports practices, and more: It’s time to get back to school and back into our normal routines.  Besides […]

Coach Steven Maxwell, Jack Potter, Tristan Wohnhas, Juan Alvarez, James Maxwell, Joshua Garcia, Abbie Grzynkowicz, Catherine McGrath, Olivia Griffin, Kaitlyn, Jude, and Coach Chris Thompson; Haleigh Snipes and Rylie Young Not in Photo

Bringing the Passion Back to the Game of Soccer

July 30, 2016

Two passionate coaches, parents, and twelve kids have come together to create a brand new soccer team dedicated to not only creating great players but also rebuild the popularity of the game.  The new Y12 Anderson Freedom team promises to focus on creating a disciplined soccer team, with dedication to the sport. Steven Maxwell and […]

Great Performances at Native Dawn Despite Heat

July 25, 2016

Although it was stifling hot this past weekend, the Native Dawn Flute Gathering still had an amazing collection of performances featuring all different types of cultural music and dances.  Created by Fred Keams, the Native Dawn has become a tradition on the Lawrenceburg Green, attracting many Native American performers and vendors selling hand crafted flutes […]