Today's News

  • Fish fries continue at St. Lawrence

    St. Lawrence Roman Catholic Church will continue its Lenten Friday fish fries March 20 and 27 at the church, located at 120 Gatewood Ave., Lawrenceburg.

    The event will take place in the church’s Family Life Center, with local band Puncheon Creek scheduled t perform this Friday.

    Serving hours on both nights will be from 5:30 to 7:30.

    The menu consists of Alaskan cod fillets (fried or baked), potato wedges (seasoned or regular), homemade hushpuppies, slaw, baked beans, dessert and drinks.

  • Chili supper to benefit Thompson

    A chili supper to raise funds for a man injured in an accident is scheduled for Saturday, March 21 at Glensboro Baptist Church, according to a news release.

    Organizers said Zach Thompson was involved in an accident and remains unable to work. They said he has undergone surgery since and continues to recover but it remains uncertain if he will be able to return to work.

    Sandwiches, desserts and drinks will also be served, and several musical groups are expected to perform.

  • Easter services announced

    Glensboro Christian Church has announced its schedule for Easter services.

    The church will host a potluck meal on Friday, April 3 at 6 p.m., followed by a candlelight communion service.

    On Saturday, April 4, there will be a luncheon at noon followed by an Easter egg hunt for all ages.

    On Sunday, April 5, a community sunrise service will begin at 7 a.m., followed by a complete breakfast meal. The morning worship will begin at 10:30.

    There will be no Sunday school or evening service that day.

  • Jeep rear-ends motorcycle on Fox Creek Road

    A motorcycle rider was injured around 5:30 p.m. Monday when his bike was rear-ended by a Jeep.

    The biker appeared to sustain a serious leg injury and was transported to an area hospital. The driver of the Jeep did not appear to be injured.

    The wreck occurred on Fox Creek Road in front of Wild Turkey Trace golf course.

    The names of those involved have not been released.

    The Anderson County Sheriff's Office is investigating.

    More details to follow as they become available.

  • Stolen Wild Turkey found in Franklin County

    By Kristina Belcher
    The State Journal

    Sheriff Pat Melton said text-a-tips received over the last several days resulted in an investigation and the discovery of $30,000 worth of stolen bourbon from Wild Turkey Distillery allegedly found in the possession of a Buffalo Trace employee.

  • Firefighters rescue four from swollen Salt River

    By Ben Carlson, News staff

    Firefighters rescued four people Saturday when the vehicle they were in became stranded in the swollen Salt River on Rice Road.

    Interim Anderson County Fire Chief Donald Cox said the driver of a Jeep attempted to cross the river, which had swelled from due to last week’s heavy rain and snow.

    “The water was moving very fast,” said Cox. “Normally it’s just a couple of inches but that day it was at least a couple of feet.”


    CARROLLTON – In the end, this group of Anderson County Lady Bearcats only had eight lives.

    They scrapped. They fought. They teetered on the brink of extinction all week long during the girls’ Eighth Region basketball tournament.

    But a week that had seen them win one game with less than a second showing on the scoreboard clock, then joyously win another in overtime, did not have another heart-stopper for the Lady Bearcats to ride to victory.

  • Eighth Region Tourney Notes: Despite traditions, final teams not originally picked

    When Simon Kenton defeated Anderson County for the Eighth Region championship Sunday afternoon, it was the sixth time in the last eight years the teams have met in the championship game. That fact has been talked about around the region for some time.

    What might have been forgotten was this was to have been somewhat of a rebuilding year for both teams. Anderson, of course, lost all five starters from its 2014 regional titlist.

  • Tradition never graduates

    Makenzie Cann had not been back in Cincinnati very long when she took to Twitter Sunday afternoon.

    “Also so proud of my old high school team for getting back to the finals despite those who thought they couldn’t,” Cann wrote before adding, as a Twitter hashtag, “Tradition doesn’t graduate.”

  • McKee named OVC’s top frosh, all-conference

    Anderson County resident Eriel McKee, a member of the Morehead State University women’s basketball team, has been named the Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Year by College Sports Madness.

    McKee was also named Second Team All-Conference by the same media outlet.

    McKee led all league freshmen with 8.9 rebounds a game and scored 11.8 points a game during the regular season, according to a news release.