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Today's News

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  • Little Leaguers advance to state championship game

    RICHMOND -- The Anderson County 9- and 10-year-old all-stars roared past Fleming County, 13-2, to advance to the championship game of the Little League Baseball state tournament Tuesday evening in Richmond.

  • Anderson routs North Oldham, advances to Little League semis

    Anderson County erupted for seven runs in the first inning then rode a stellar pitching performance from Bailey Cole to roll past North Oldham, 12-1, in the Little League 9- and 10-year-old State Tournament Monday in Richmond.

  • Deputies rescue man from rail bridge

    Deputies rescued a man who was apparently threatening to jump off the rail bridge over the Kentucky River earlier this afternoon.

    The man, identified as Aaron Hilbert, 23, of Harrodsburg, went out on the bridge, which is privately owned by a group of bungee jumping enthusiasts, and began running back and forth, yelling at cars on the nearby S bridge.

  • Recruit kids to help in the kitchen

    I don’t believe in coincidences. When I meet someone or I’m put in a situation that challenges me, I step back and consider why that is.

    Last week, I was talking to my mail carrier about the food column and she suggested I write about kids in the kitchen. Later that same week, I read an article by Jamie Oliver about kids and nutrition and all the wonderful work he has done.

    He has brought a lot of attention to the growing problem of child obesity in regards to processed food, school lunches and advertising.

  • Wedding

    Abigail Grace McLain and Jay Bruce Springate were married on June 25, 2016 in Atlanta.

    The bride, 26, is a native of Atlanta, and is a 2012 graduate of Auburn University. She is employed in Seattle as a counselor/therapist to hospitalized children with serious illnesses. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis McLain of Atlanta, and is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reeves Johnson of Huntsville, Ala., and of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Polk McLain.

  • Houtz-Harmon engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Houtz of Lawrenceburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Angela Marie Houtz to Anthony Lynn Harmon, son of Glenn Harmon of Springfield and Rebecca Harmon of Apex, North Carolina.

    Hautz is a 2001 graduate of Anderson County High School. She graduated from Nash Academy of Lexington in 2012, where she studied animal arts. She is employed at America’s Uptown Hounds Luxury Resorts.

    She is the granddaughter of Charles and the late Doris West of Nicholasville, and Allene and the late LaVern Houtz of Winchester.

  • Hope Community Church commisions Stephen Ministers

    From staff reports

    Nine newly minted Stephen Ministers were commissioned at Hope Community Church recently.

    According to its website, Stephen Ministers provide Christ-centered care to people experiencing a difficult time in life. For example, divorce, grief, illness, and job loss are a few of the problems they are trained to deal with.

  • Ten Commandments are not suggestions from God

    If you are lost in the woods, why is a compass an essential tool? The needle on the compass always points true north, and if you know that safety or shelter are south, you know which direction to travel, and that can keep you from getting completely lost and possibly putting your life at risk.

    An airplane pilot will tell you that if the compass on his plane is off by a couple of degrees, he can miss his destination by 100 miles.