Today's News

  • Cann, McKee named to Kentucky All-Star team

    Anderson County High School girls' basketball players Eriel McKee and Makenzie Cann have been named to the Kentucky All-Star team that will play Indiana in a two-game series this summer.

    The Kentucky roster was announced last Thursday. Cann and McKee joined 10 other players from around the state on the team. They are the first girls from Anderson County to be named to the Kentucky All-Stars since the girls' game began in 1976.

  • Christian Academy student vaults over adversity

    If determination was part of the gymnastics rotation, Briana Charles might ring up a 20.0.

    On a 10-point scoring scale.

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg freshman decided nothing was going to stop her from competing at the state gymnastics meet last month. She was rewarded with a state championship in the vault in the Training Level 6 competition.

  • Lady Cats can be 'scary good'

    Anyone who remotely follows high school softball knew Anderson County could be good – make that very good – this year.

    The Lady Bearcats returned virtually the entire cast from a team that went 24-10 and pushed Oldham County to the limit in Eighth Region semi-final round in 2013. That 4-2 decision was the only time Oldham, a team that won two games at last year's state tournament, was even threatened in its march to the Eighth Region championship.

  • Anderson athletes sign with area colleges

    Anderson County High School athletes recently made their college choices known.

  • Moore's best, red-hot Vest lead Lady Bearcats past Collins

    It was one of those nights when Moore was, well, more for Anderson County.

    And Moore definitely meant less for Collins.

    Anderson sophomore Ally Moore turned in one of the finest pitching performances of her career, limiting a good-hitting Collins team to four hits while striking out eight and walking none as the Lady Bearcats rolled to a 5-0 win in a 30th District game last Wednesday.

  • Community Calendar, April 16, 2014

    Farmdale Baptist Easter Egg Hunt

    Farmdale Baptist Church will be hosting its annual Community Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday April 19th at 1:00. The church located at 5610 US 127 South

    Dance not Drugs event for teens

  • Conrad completes Navy basic training

    Navy Seaman Recruit Cody M. Conrad, a 2013 graduate of Anderson County High School, Lawrenceburg, Ky.,recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Conrad, son of Michael L. and Cynthia J. Conrad of Lawrenceburg, Ky.,
    completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness.

  • Anderson duo named first team all state

    Anderson County High School basketball players Makenzie Cann and Eriel McKee continue to haul in the awards.

    The Lady Bearcat seniors have been named to the Lexington Herald-Leader all-state first team, which was announced in Sunday's editions of that newspaper.

    The voting was taken from the state's coaches.

    Cann, a repeat selection to the first team, was third in the voting behind LaRue County senior Ivy Brown, the Player of the Year, and Elizabethtown sophomore Erin Boley.

  • It's fun again for Bearcats in drubbing of Spencer County

    Baseball is supposed to be a fun game.

    And, for a real competitor, winning is usually much more fun than ending up on the short end of the score. Such was the case for the Anderson County baseball team during last Friday's 8-0 win over 30th District rival Spencer County.

    Anderson erupted for six runs in the bottom of the sixth to break open a tight game and put to rest a brief two-game losing skid that saw the Bearcats struggle in every area but the pitching mound.

  • Scoreboard woes frustrate Bearcat baseball fans

    If some fans could issue a grade on the baseball scoreboard at Anderson County High School, chances are an “F” would be forthcoming.

    It could be an “F” for failure.

    Or it could be an “F” for frustration.