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Today's News

  • Armed robbery at Marathon gas station

    *UPDATE*

    According to the Anderson County Sheriff's Department, during the joint investigation with the Mercer County Sheriff's Office and the Lexington Police Department, an arrest warrant was obtained for George "Daniel" Cheatham of Salvisa, for first-degree robbery.

    Anderson County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help locating Cheatham. If you may know the whereabouts of Cheatham, please call the  Anderson County Sheriff's Office at 502-839-4021. Cheatham is considered armed and dangerous.

  • Centre’s good offer for Grimes, McConnell debate

    Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville

    An offer Thursday from Centre College to host a debate between Kentucky’s U.S. Senate candidates — incumbent Republican Mitch McConnell and Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes — ought to light fire under the question of whether these two can agree on debate terms.

    They should debate.

    So far, though, Grimes and McConnell have not come to terms.

    Essentially, each accuses the other of political maneuvering on the details of when, where and how to debate.

  • Anderson archers on target at nationals
  • Anderson's Drury remembers trying to stop J.D. Shelburne

    Early in our 30-minute interview, J.D. Shelburne started reminiscing about his days playing basketball for Spencer County High School. During his three seasons at Spencer, the Bears fell on hard times, going 22-55 from 1999-2001, according to the KHSAA website.

    However, in Shelburne's senior year, the only one with stats available on KHSAA.org, the future country star did his best to carry the team. In the 2000-2001 season, Shelburne hit 56 three-point shots in 27 games. He hit 32.2 percent of his bomb attempts.

  • KDFWR completes drawing for elk hunting areas

    From staff reports

    Those drawn for a 2014 Kentucky elk hunt can now go online to www.fw.ky.gov to see their assigned hunting area, according to a news release

    Kentucky’s popular quota elk hunts are carried out in two stages: initial selection then a second random drawing to determine the hunting area.

  • Former Henry, Oldham boys coach to lead Shelby girls

    By Josh Cook

    Landmark News Service

    Jason Holland has already won two Eighth Region basketball titles. He hopes to capture another next season.

    “What I want to do is win the Eighth Region,” Holland, who guided the Oldham County boys to back-to-back regional championships in 2011-12, said after he was introduced as the new girls’ basketball coach at Shelby County High School on Wednesday. “We want to get Shelby County back to where they’re used to going, and that’s winning the Eighth.”

  • Mudcats play well in Smokies

    The Central Kentucky Mudcats' 17-and-under baseball team took just one of three games during last weekend's Smoky Mountain Classic, held at Smokies Park, near Sevierville, Tennessee.

    The tournament, which features some of the best teams from the eastern half of the United States, was played at the home of the Tennessee Smokies, the AA affiliate of the Chicago Cubs.

    “Overall, it was a good weekend at a great park against some very tough competition,” said Mudcat coach Chris Copenhaver.

  • Full racing program added at Ponderosa

    After a couple of weekends off and a pair of weekend rainouts, Ponderosa Speedway will return to action with a full program of racing action that has been added to the schedule on Friday, July 25.

  • Sports Briefs for July 23, 2014

    The Anderson News wants your sports news

    The Anderson News wants your sports news, no matter what the sport.

    While the the Bearcats of Anderson County High School enjoy community support that is widely known, Lawrenceburg is more than a high school sports town.

    But we need your help. The many youth teams and local happenings are far more than The Anderson News' one-man sports department could hope to know, but we welcome your submissions.

  • Volleyball campers