Dawn Bogie and Tamara Smith

Sweet Mash Sees Success in Bourbon Tourism

March 28, 2016

One of the first new stores to open on Main Street is quickly approaching its first year anniversary.  Sweet Mash officially opened its doors in June of last year and has become a hit for both local residents and tourists alike.  As the brainchild of Tamara Smith and Dawn Bogie, Sweet Mash has taken the […]

John and Mike Bast

Surefire is a Sure Bet for Automotive Repair

March 26, 2016

Located across US127 from the new McDonald’s on Daniel Drive is an automotive and transmission repair shop that has been fixing cars the right way for a number of years.  Surefire Auto and Transmission was originally started by Ronnie Stratton but was purchased two years ago by brothers, John and Mike Bast. John and Mike […]

Maureen Bryant, Maddie Drury, Melinda Shirley, Barbie Shifflet

Experience Creates Great Hair

March 24, 2016

Cutting and styling hair is an everyday affair, but at Mo’s Uppercuts, it’s a long tradition.  Maureen Bryant, the owner of Mo’s, has been styling hair for 28 years ever since she graduated at the Kaufman Beauty College in Lexington.  After she graduated, she worked at Metro Hair Design in Lexington for five years where […]

Mackenzie and Nathan Morris

Saffell House Funeral Home Helping Families Before a Funeral

March 24, 2016

End of life planning can be hard for many, as planning for one’s own or a loved one’s funeral is not something many are wanting to do.  But, doing so may help relieve both the burden of choice and cost from relatives when the time comes. According to Mackenzie Morris from Saffell House Funeral Home, […]

Jason and Debbie Denny for Clean Cut Lawn Care

Making Lawrenceburg Beautiful One Yard at a Time

March 21, 2016

Cutting grass and landscaping has been a passion for Jason Denny.  Jason, who also serves as our county clerk, started mowing lawns back in high school as an agricultural project for the FFA.  This single project would eventually turn into his successful Clean Cut Lawn Care business.  With just a push mower, weed trimmer, and […]

Helping Busy Families by Cleaning Their Homes

March 19, 2016

Tammie Mattingly has been helping busy families across the county for many years by keeping their homes clean.  Tammie, who owns A+ Cleaning service and helps her daughter Angel Yamraj run Bourbon Barrel Boutique on Main Street, has been cleaning homes along with her other daughters for many years.  Tammie is the third generation of […]

Shannon and Jennifer Redden

Equine Art Affair Attracts Many From Other Counties

March 14, 2016

On Saturday, the Gatsby Gallery held a fun event celebrating new artwork themed on one of Kentucky’s greatest agricultural industries: the horse.  Called the Equine Art Affair, the gallery showcased new local art from around area with a theme on horses.  “The goal is to show everybody the local art with the focus on the […]

Halftrack Military Surplus Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

March 2, 2016

This past Friday, Halftrack Military Surplus celebrated their official ribbon cutting and grand opening.  Halftrack is one of many new stores that opened their doors on Main Street last year. Filled with a lot of interesting unique and historic military items, Halftrack is located next to the Mix in the same building that borders the […]

Brenda Gardner

More Art Comes to Lawrenceburg

March 2, 2016

As Lawrenceburg continues with its revitalization, more art and culture are being attracted to the downtown area.  Another art gallery and framing store opened yesterday on West Court Street across the street from 2nd Chance Consignment and Bourbon Street on Main. Brenda Galbraith Gardner opened the Frame Clinic and Art Alley on Court Street as […]