Kentucky Truck Tuggers kicking off season in Lawrenceburg

The Kentucky Truck Tuggers are scheduled to begin and end their 2019 season in Lawrenceburg. The group, which holds competitions around the region from April-October, will hold its first two events in Lawrenceburg at the Anderson County Community Park, the first on April 20 and the next on June 1. Another 13 “tug of war”…

Kentucky’s 2019 Official Visitor’s Guide now available

We’re only a few days into 2019, but that’s not too early to start planning trips to the many great locations you’ll find in Kentucky, including Lawrenceburg. To help plan your adventures, stop by the Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Tourism Office at 108 East Woodford Street and pick up a free copy of the Kentucky 2019 Official…

Sand Spring Baptist Church schedules 10 gospel concerts for 2019

You wouldn’t know it by seeing it from the outside, but Sand Spring Baptist Church has become a gospel music-lovers paradise. Built along old U.S. 127, just south of Lawrenceburg, the church houses a 900-seat auditorium. That is where – sometimes a dozen or more times a year – award winning, nationally-known gospel groups come…

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Revival listed among top 100 spirits of 2018

Wine Enthusiast magazine has named a bourbon produced in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky among the top 100 spirits of 2018. Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Revival took the top spot in the magazine’s bourbon category. The magazine ranked various spirits, including tequila, vodka, whiskey, gin and vermouth, among others. Master’s Keep Revival is a blend of Wild Turkey…

Wildman Days returning in 2019 to celebrate local Bigfoot heritage

After a successful inaugural year in 2018, the Wildman Days street festival will be returning to downtown Lawrenceburg the first weekend of June in 2019. Event organizers are already planning for the second year of activities. In 2018, Cliff and Bobo from Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot were special guests for the weekend and helped judge…

Christmas Lights on Parade is 2018 theme

The bright lights of Christmas will stream by during this year’s Lawrenceburg Christmas parade, which begins at dusk on Saturday, Dec. 1.  Parade entries are encouraged to light up their floats, vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, and even themselves. Businesses and homeowners along the route are also encouraged to put out their best display of Christmas lights…

Lee and Haley to flip switch at Light Up Lawrenceburg

Join neighbors, friends, and family downtown on Monday, Nov. 19 at 5:30 p.m. as the Christmas season is officially kicked off with the flip of the switch that will power up the Christmas lights for the first time this year. Lee and Haley from WLEX will do the honors this year, filming the countdown and…

KET show to spotlight Anderson County

 Lawrenceburg and Anderson County will be in the statewide spotlight in early October… and beyond. Earlier this year Carrie Stambaugh and Kyle Lake, the hosts of the television show Downstream, which airs on KET, spent time filming at different locations in Anderson County, highlighting the recreational aspects of the Kentucky and Salt rivers in Anderson…