Coroner Dr Mark Tussey

Anderson County Takes Stand Against Drugs in Community Forum

October 18, 2016

Anderson County once again took the next step towards ending the growing and severe drug abuse epidemic that is affecting the county deeply.  County Attorney Bobbi Jo Lewis organized a community drug education forum last night at the Anderson County High School Theater where a number of state and local representatives talked about drug use, […]

Keeping Eyes Healthy in Lawrenceburg

October 17, 2016

The eyes are the windows to the body, and Dr Scott Smith from the Lawrenceburg Family Eye Care Center works to provide the best experience while ensuring health of the eyes and the rest of the body. Dr Smith has been an optometrist for 19 years and has been at the Family Eye Care Center […]

Alternative Health Becomes More Popular in Lawrenceburg

September 22, 2016

One of Lawrenceburg’s most unique stores specializing in alternative healing methods is celebrating its third year in business and an increase in interest for many natural healing modalities.  Don and Pam Giles, owners of Antiques, Uniques, and Metaphysics, are glad to see more Kentuckians looking towards natural and alternative options to heal the body and […]

Urgent Care Center to Open Soon

September 20, 2016

Lawrenceburg will soon be home to a new health clinic focused on urgent medical care.  Urgent Care Centers of Kentucky will be opening an office near the Walmart.  Urgent Care Centers have a number of offices around the area, including Georgetown and Frankfort. Although exact services have yet to be released for the new office, […]

Sharing Without Shame at the Lawrenceburg Green

September 19, 2016

This past Saturday was a special event hosted by the Anderson County HEROES to help everyone in the community who are either directly or indirectly suffering from the disease of drug addiction.  Although the rain dampened the 1st Annual Sharing Without Shame rally held at the Lawrenceburg Green, it was still a success in telling […]

Hundreds Attend Eric Chrisman 5k Run/Walk

September 12, 2016

Although the weather was threatening, hundreds of runners and walkers showed up for the 1st Annual Eric Chrisman Memorial 5k Walk/Run.  Gathering at the Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg and being delayed for a short time due to heavy thunderstorms, the runners showed their support while running in the rain around Main Street and various roads […]

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 […]

Laura Guerrant

Helping Abused Children Across Anderson County and Beyond

August 30, 2016

Abused and neglected children are helped in Anderson and other counties by a group of passionate volunteers meant to give these children something permanent to hold on to as they enter the child welfare system.  CASA of the Bluegrass volunteers not only stay with a child until their case is finished but also help give […]

Donna Callahan and Mattie who graciously posed for the photo.

Humane Society Warns to Not Leave Pets in Hot Cars

August 30, 2016

With such warm temperatures we have been experiencing this summer, the Anderson County Humane Society wants to remind everyone to not leave pets in an unattended car, even for a short time.  Short heat exposures can lead to devastating brain injury or death of your beloved pet. According to the Animal Protection Institute, any outside […]