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Today's News

  • Owners told trash-filled house must go

    The owners of an abandoned house on Hammond Road were notified Friday that it’s a fire hazard and they have 10 days to remove it or face fines or jail time.
    That news couldn’t come soon enough for Kristyle Renfro, a neighbor who said she’s sick of rodents coming from the crumbling house and infesting hers.
    “I have had an unbelievably large amount of mice in my house that have come from that house,” Renfro said while standing in her front yard last week. “I have seen all kinds of animals come from there.

  • COLUMN: Four Final thoughts on college hoops

    Well, now, wasn’t that fun?

    Obviously, it would have been more of a blast for most people in these parts if a different shade of blue had been playing Monday night, but Kentucky’s run to the Final Four was what sports are really supposed to be.

    For Kentucky fans, at least, watching a team morph from marginal to mighty was as much as anything since, oh, 1998 or so. And you can bet that it won’t take 13 more years.

    So with that, I will leave you with four final thoughts on the college basketball season.

  • TENNIS: Young Bearcats looking to make regional noise

    Despite losing four of seven starters from last season, expectations are high around the Anderson County boys’ tennis team.


    “I expect we will have our ups and downs this year with young talent, but come regional tournament time, I believe we will be a team that most will not want to face in the early rounds,” says Anderson co-coach Jeremy Cook.

  • Mehs, Peyton, Frederick top state archery shoot

    Anderson County High School student Justin Mehs recorded the highest score at the Kentucky National Archery in the Schools Program state tournament, held March 29 in Louisville.


    Mehs shot a 297 of a possible 300 to become the overall male winner in the tournament. He shot 27 arrows, out of 30 attempts, in the bull’s-eye. His other three shots were in the 9-point ring.

  • SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Lady Bearcats stumble in Oldham tourney

    While Anderson County got a leg up on the seeding race for the 30th District Tournament with wins over Collins and Shelby County, the rest of the Lady Bearcats’ week left much to be desired, according to Anderson coach Brian Glass.


    The Lady Bearcats dropped three of four games, including one to regional foe Henry County in the Oldham County Spring Break Classic on Saturday.

  • This week in Anderson County Sports, April 6, 2011

    This week in Anderson County Sports

    Anderson County High School

    Baseball
    Monday, April 11: Boyle Co. at Anderson Co., 5:30 p.m.

    Softball
    Saturday, April 9: Anderson Co. at Eastern, TBA
    Saturday, April 9: Anderson Co. vs. Daviess Co. at Eastern, TBA

    Freshman softball
    Monday, April 11: Anderson Co. at Franklin Co., 5:30 p.m.

    Girls’ tennis
    Monday, April 11: Shelby Co. at Anderson Co., 5 p.m.

    Boys’ tennis

  • No fixes for rural precincts

    Following a nearly hour-long beat down of the county clerk, the Anderson County Fiscal Court declined to take action Tuesday morning on fixing rural voting precincts that have failed yet another inspection.

  • BLOG: Controversy comes with Cal, but good things are overlooked

    Controversy surrounding John Calipari is about as predictable as the sun coming up in the east. Kentucky basketball fans have been reminded of that twice on Friday.

    One came when a national media member at a Final Four press conference asked Calipari about his first trip to the Final Four. Only one word can describe such a question on the day before the biggest stage in major college basketball: Cheapshot.

    Yet, it surprised no one that the fact that Calipari has had two Final Four appearances stripped would come up.

  • BLOG: Some quick thoughts on the Final Four

  • The Numbers Don't Lie

    If DeAndre Liggins’ 3-point attempt in the final seconds had found the net on Saturday, Anderson County Middle School students might have had a lesson on the probability of the shot going down and the Kentucky Wildcats winning a national championship.

    While Liggins’ attempt was short and Connecticut moved on to Monday’s NCAA championship game, teachers and students at the school were in big Final Four spirit during Friday’s “Jorts Day” for seventh-graders.