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Today's News

  • Fly problems in the winter? You bet

    Cluster fly is a collective name given to several species that spend winter as adults in sheltered places, including inside homes and structures.

    They tend to accumulate in wall voids, attics, and rooms with southern or western exposures. One or more species in this group may be present.

    While cluster flies are an annoyance, they do not breed indoors, and they do not cause any damage. The flies will become active on warm days, crawling and flying to windows in an attempt to escape outside.

    Cluster fly species

  • Helpful advice for parents trying to deal with teenage children

    A positive relationship with your teen will help you both make adjustments to this changing and trying time of life.

    Teens are supposed to grow in independence and decision making. Sometimes it’s very challenging for parents and teens to make these changes successfully. For every rebellious, patience trying teen, there is also probably another one who just doesn’t make many moves on her own.

    One is not necessarily better than the other.

  • Carroll blasts Senate Republicans for not following rules

    By Ben Carlson, News staff

    State Sen. Julian Carroll tore into Senate Republicans on Monday, saying they are acting unconstitutionally and preventing the public to know the content of bills before they are voted on.

  • God made sure Adam wouldn’t be alone

    In order to put content and value to our current narrative we’re going to take a short cul-de-sac walk this time and next. We need to examine a truth contained in the word “helpmeet.”

    It provides an impact that should be most valuable. It did for me early as a believer. Once I began to grasp its significance many, many of the misconceptions I grew up with and believed about woman began to disappear.

  • FIRE LEAVES 6 ADULTS, 17 CHILDREN HOMELESS

    Compiled by Janie Bowen

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    jbowen@theandersonnews.com

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Feb. 25, 1965

    Celebrates 88th year

    It was stated on the front page that The Anderson News began its 88th year of publication with this issue. The Newspaper was established in 1877.

    Fire destroys three houses

  • McDonald named to dean’s list at Morehead State University

    From staff reports

    Lawrenceburg resident Amanda McDonald, a daughter of Amy Ruble and granddaughter of Faye Murphy, was named to the dean’s list at the College of Science and Technology at Morehead State University, the school announced.

    She was name for the school’s fall 2014 term.

  • Maynard Studios earns awards

    From staff reports

    Maynard Studios of Lawrenceburg was been awarded “Best Of Houzz” for both design and customer satisfaction by Houzz, a home remodeling and design agency.

    Maynard Studios specializes in custom architectural iron and applied design and was chosen by the more than 25 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than 500,000 active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals, according to a news release.

  • Perform at African American Ball
  • City's snowplows destroyed in early morning fire

    UPDATED 10:45 A.M. — City officials are beginning to sort out the devastating fire that destroyed all but one truck equipped to plow snow when the city’s maintenance building burned early Sunday morning.

    City Clerk Robbie Hume said the city now has only one pickup truck equipped with a plow after its main snowplow trucks, along with most of its other heavy equipment, were destroyed.

  • Storm packs a punch

    By Ben Carlson

    Not even venerable Walmart and Kroger could withstand Monday’s snowstorm that dumped upwards of 10 inches of snow on Anderson County.

    Both of the county’s largest shopping centers closed at 8 p.m. after many employees were unable to make it to work.

    “I’ve had 55 people call in today,” Walmart manager Mark Willard late Monday afternoon. “There are only 10 of us here right now.”