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Today's News

  • Finding Lovers Leap will be easier, thanks to relocated signs

    Tourists looking for Lovers Leap Vineyards and Winery will have an easier time finding it, thanks to the relocation of signs directing them to the unique Anderson County landmark.
    Judge-Executive John Wayne Conway said he worked with state officials to have several signs moved and new ones erected, pointing the way to the winery, located on Lanes Mill Road.

  • New Eagle Scout
  • Middle school names students of week
  • Saffell team places second, third

    The Saffell Street Academic team placed second in District Governor’s Cup at Turner Elementary on Feb. 26.
    The Quick Recall team placed first in the district.
    Quick Recall team members include Austin Gabhart, J.Tyler Herzog, Nathan Sallee, Anna Foley, Matthew Lunsford, Abby McClellan, Tanner Gillis, Shelbi Snow, Jesse Barnett, Gage Mitchell, Linda McNulty and Shawn Kenyon.
    Students also took written assessments and placed as follows:
    Shelbi Snow placed second in social studies

  • Anderson Community Education offers classes

    Anderson Community Education has announced classes it is currently offering.
    To register, call 839-3754 or e-mail jacque.zeller@anderson.kyschools.us.
    Class descriptions are provided by Anderson Community Education.

    Hip Hop Dance for Children
    (Ages 7-15)
    When: April 12-May 17 on Tuesday afternoons from 5-6 p.m.
    Where: Anderson Middle School cafeteria with Jeriann Winfrey, instructor
    Cost: $39

  • District champions!
  • TV winner at Business Expo
  • Trial team fares well at state competition

    Anderson County High School has produced more than its share of attorneys, and more could be on the way.
    Thirteen students competed earlier this month in a mock trial competition in Louisville, finishing 2-2 and impressing those who helped get them there.
    “I was just so proud of them,” said County Attorney Bobbi Jo Lewis, a 1981 Anderson graduate who served as one of the team’s coaches along with local attorney Marie Hellard.
    “They put their heart and soul into this, and they had a courtroom full of parents, all just beaming.”

  • Anderson County Grand Jury indicts three on drug-related charges

    The following people were indicted March 8 by the Anderson County Grand Jury.
    Gary W. Noe, 50, of 322 Walnut Street, was indicted on four charges; second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (hydrocodone); failure to notify Department of Transportation of change of address; operating a motor vehicle under the influence; and possession of an open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle.
    Gaige T. Colston, 18, of 213 Center Street, was indicted on a charge of first-degree possession of a controlled substance (oxycodone).

  • Burglary suspect nabbed on Enterprise Road

    A suspect in a rash of burglaries on Enterprise and Hammonds Creek roads is now under arrest.
    Frederick Kirchhoff, 27, was arrested on unrelated charges while walking on Enterprise Road on March 19, but is considered a suspect in a string of burglaries earlier that morning.
    The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a possible burglary on Hammonds Creek Road, where a homeowner observed an individual walking around his property.