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Today's News

  • A hand-clapping, foot-stomping good time at Senior Center
  • Five generations
  • Calendar of events

    April 27

    8:30 a.m. — Breakfast Club at the Anderson Senior Center

    10:30 a.m. — Rockin’ with Rick at the Anderson Senior Center

    11:30 a.m. — Lunch at the Anderson Senior Center

    12:30 p.m. — Card room open at the Anderson Senior Center

    1 p.m. — Yoga at the Anderson Senior Center

    2 p.m. — Wii, games and snacks at the Anderson Senior Center

    3 p.m. — “Make Do and Repair Clothes” at the Anderson County Extension Office

  • WARFORD FIRST IN 220; HAHN FIRST IN 880

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, April 21, 1966

    Anderson High’s track team had their first meet of the season at Woodford County against Woodford and Jessamine counties.

    Gayle Warford won first in the 220-yard dash, third in both the 100-yard dash and broad jump.

    Vaughn Johnson placed second in the 220-yard dash.

    Guy Simpson Jr. placed second in the shot put and fourth in the discus throw.

    Mike Stratton won third place in the 440-yard dash, but didn’t score in the high jump.

  • Four-car pile-up on Main
  • News briefs

    Benefit will assist

    injured Marine

    Hill Of Beans BBQ will kick off Bike Night with a benefit for “A Soldier’s Journey Home” for Lance Corp. Cody Evans (United States Marine Corps, retired) April 30.

    Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. The first 15 registered will receive a free T-shirt and breakfast sandwich. The cost is $15 per rider, or $5 per passenger.

    The ride, which begins at noon, will be hosted by Defining Forces Veterans Club.

  • Middle school performs Shakespeare
  • Education briefs

    White earns scholarship

    Hannah White, a homeschooled student in Lawrenceburg, was chosen to receive a $17,000 scholarship, renewable for four years, from the Saint Mother Theodore Guerin Scholarship Fund, the agency announced.

    White, a daughter of Melanie and John White, has volunteered as an equine intern, assisting in riding therapy with the mentally handicapped and assists with group riding lessons for beginning riders, according to a news release.

  • Complaint puts DOT in tough spot

    Column as I see ’em …

    Transportation officials are going to have a mighty hard time explaining to a judge why they’ve continued to allow heavy trucks to travel Highway 151, given what we’ve learned over the past couple of weeks. (See story, A1.)

  • Options exist for battling drug addiction

    Unfortunately, drug addiction and the consequences to individuals and their families have been in the forefront of our community news lately.

    My heart aches for those who are dealing with these issues. In the course of my duties as county attorney, I have opportunities to discuss these issues with families multiple times in a week and am able to share options with them in their attempt to help. My guess is that there are many families my office does not have the opportunity to talk with who could benefit from the knowledge that there are options.