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  • 'I almost killed her'

    Imagine shaking a 1-month-old infant so violently that she becomes lethargic and will barely eat.
    Imagine shaking her again several weeks later, this time so violently that she suffers a brain hemorrhage and retinal bleeding, and what doctors say are broken bones.
    Imagine you are the infant girl’s father, and are now coming to grips with the fact that you may have irrevocably sentenced her to a life of being speech, vision or learning impaired.

  • Rural voting precincts killed

    Voters in the western and other rural portions of Anderson County will now have to drive into Lawrenceburg to cast their votes.
    The Anderson County Board of Elections voted recently to move the remaining rural precincts into the city, finishing a job it started last year by relocating precincts in Alton and other areas into school buildings.

  • December home sales plummet

    Real estate closings in Anderson County plummeted more than 50 percent in December, capping off a year that saw the county’s protracted real estate slump continue, according to statistics provided by the Lexington Board of Area Realtors.
    Only 13 home sales were recorded by realtors associated with the agency in December, a sizeable drop from the 28 closed last December.
    Home sales dipped overall in 2010, falling from 234 in 2009 to 226 last year.

  • McConnell speaks to Chamber, business leaders

    Sen. Mitch McConnell made a stop in Anderson County on Friday afternoon to speak to and take questions from members of the Chamber of Commerce as well as local business leaders.

  • Anderson County Schools closed today, Jan. 26

    Anderson County Schools will be closed today, Wednesday, Jan. 26, due to ice and snow, according to a One Call announcement from the district.

    Check back here for more information as it becomes available.

  • School year extended to May 26

    UPDATED on WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26 — After missing 10 days of school this winter, Anderson County students are still scheduled to have a summer that starts before Memorial Day.
    Day 9 was missed on Monday, Jan. 24, after a light band of snow blanketed roadways overnight. Day 10 was missed on Wednesday, Jan. 26, as another system of snow and rain made its way through the area.
    Students will be in the classroom on the following days to make up for the first nine days missed: Jan. 31, Feb. 21, March 7, March 21, May 20 and May 23-26.

  • County schools closed today, Jan. 24

    Anderson County Schools will be closed today, Monday, Jan. 24, according to a One Call Now announcement from the district.

    A band of snow made its way through the area overnight creating hazardous travel conditions, especially early this morning.

    Check back here for more information as it becomes available.

  • County schools closed Friday

    Anderson County Schools will be closed Friday, Jan. 21, according to an announcement from the district's Twitter account around 5:45 p.m. Thursday.

    Schools closed early Thursday to avoid transporting students in the middle of a snow storm that hit the area during the afternoon.

    Anderson and surrounding counties are under a winter storm warning through 1 a.m. Friday, according to the National Weather Service. A total of three to six inches is expected, the warning said.

    Check back here for more information as it becomes available.

  • Local farmer announces run for ag commissioner

    Longtime farmer and Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) employee Stewart Gritton has announced his candidacy for Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner, he announced in a news release.

  • Life or death decision

    The family of a Mt. Eden woman brutally murdered here last September has made it clear: They want the man charged with killing her to be executed.