Dozens Attend “Hiding in Plain Sight” Event

October 31, 2017

Dozens gathered last week, including a number of local and school officials, for a special presentation by the Anderson County Saving Our Students Youth Coalition to help teach parents and officials about how illegal drugs are hidden in a teen’s bedroom, and how drugs have influenced culture among students. Donna Crain Drury, coordinator for the […]

Clinic and Pharmacy Provide Easy Healthcare Access

October 11, 2017

Anderson County residents have been enjoying a unique healthcare combination providing both treatments and medications in one building. The Ready Care Clinic and Anderson Apothecary have been operating just off of US127 near the Best Western Hotel together in the same building for a number of months.  Together, they have been able to provide a […]

Run and Show Off Your Dog to Help Humane Society

September 28, 2017

Take your dog for a walk and show him or her off next Saturday for the Anderson Humane Society’s Mutt Strut 5K and Healthy People/Healthy Pets Fair and Dog Show. The race and dog show event will features lots of wagging tails at the Anderson County park where dogs and their owners will get a […]

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Event to Help Parents Catch Drug Abuse Among Teens

September 20, 2017

In their next phase to help prevent alcohol and drug abuse among Anderson County youth, the Saving Our Students Youth Coalition at the Anderson County High School will be hosting a special event to help show parents, guardians, and other adults the signs of drug use in a teen’s bedroom. Called “Hiding in Plain Sight,” […]

Bringing a Positive Message to Youth Through Martial Arts

August 10, 2017

Bringing a positive message of encouragement to the youth of Anderson County is something that Floyd Johnson and Julio Gallegos are passionate about as they open their new fitness center. Called the Foundation MMA and Fitness Center, the new gym on East Court Street is meant to be a beacon of hope.  Having a rough […]

Russell, McKenzie, Kelly, Avery, and Kaitlyn Vaden

Fun Activities for Kids Now at Bearcat Den

July 9, 2017

Lawrenceburg is now home to some fun activities for children and athletes with the opening of the new Bearcat Den. Owned by Russell and Kelly Vaden, the Bearcat Den offers batting cages for baseball and softball along with a game room and bounce house.  According to Russell, the new business, located out on Hilltop Drive, […]

Alternative Health Options Continue to Thrive in Lawrenceburg

June 4, 2017

Alternative health options continue to thrive in Lawrenceburg as one of the town’s most unique stores begins offering more classes to help everyone in the area. Pam and Don Giles, owners of Antiques, Uniques, and Metaphysics which is located just off Broadway, opened their store in Lawrenceburg over three years.  In that time, they have […]

One Day Clinic to Help Those in Need

May 28, 2017

Organizations and churches across Anderson County and beyond have come together to create a special one day clinic to provide medical, dental, vision exams and more for those who can’t afford insurance and medical care. Steven McKaig, outreach coordinator for Alton Baptist Church, explained that the one day clinic, called Touched Twice, will help bring […]

Payton Serafini and Donna Crain Drury

Drug Prevention Youth Group Receives Second Large Grant

May 21, 2017

The Anderson County High School youth coalition to prevent drug and substance abuse has been awarded a second large grant to pursue their ongoing efforts. On April 19, the Saving Our Students Youth Coalition was notified of its grant award by Tara McGuire, Kentucky Youth Empowerment System representative from Bluegrass Prevention Center in Lexington.  The […]