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Today's News

  • Glass is named new ACHS principal

    Chris Glass is no stranger to the Anderson County school system. Soon, he’ll likely be no stranger to most people in Anderson County.

    Glass was tabbed to be the next principal of Anderson County High School by the ACHS Site-Based Decision Making Council Friday.

    Glass is a 1993 ACHS graduate and he’s served as a teacher and administrator in the school system for nearly 13 years, most recently as associate principal at ACHS. He’s been serving as interim principal throughout the 2013-14 school year.

  • Anderson police arrest suspected ATM bandits

    Keen observation and teamwork helped Lawrenceburg police nab two suspects and a plethora of incriminating evidence during an investigation of a burglary at the local Redi Mart. Similarities of the burglary to several others across Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee now lead police to believe that they might have caught bigger fish than they first thought.

  • Judge: Bluegrass Pipeline can’t take land

    By Tom Loftus
    Kentucky Press News Service

    FRANKFORT, Ky. — Developers of the controversial Bluegrass Pipeline do not have the legal authority to condemn land to pipe natural gas liquids across Kentucky, a judge ruled Tuesday.

    In an 18-page order, Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd granted a summary judgment in favor of the group Kentuckians United to Restrain Eminent Domain, or KURE, which has fought the pipeline project.

  • Passed ball allows Bearcats to salvage win in rain-soaked week

    The final tally of last week's high school baseball action was Weather 3, Anderson County 1.

    The Bearcats saw games at Boyle County, Oldham County and South Oldham all canceled because of rain, cold weather or a combination of the two.

    However, the one time the Bearcats took the field, they scored an 8-7 win on the home field over Henry County in eight innings to even their record at 2-2 on the year.

  • COLUMN: Team Tweak

    If you say you foresaw what we have witnessed unfolding on the basketball court the last two weeks, you probably should give serious consideration to a career change into the world of fortune telling.

    Or you are lying.

    Come on now, did you REALLY see Kentucky in the Final Four after the 72-67 debacle at South Carolina back on March 1.

    Actually, I did not see that one as I was celebrating my wife's birthday dinner that night and had cranked up the DVR. I still haven't watched it.

  • SPORTS BRIEFS: Russell named NCCAA national Player of the Week

    Russell named national Player of the Week

    From staff reports

    Campbellsville University player and Anderson County resident Jacob Russell has been tabbed as the National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association athlete of the week, according to a news release from the school.

    The NCCAA Player of the Week honor is Russell's first of the season and of his Campbellsville career.

  • Anderson assistant Turner named head coach at Webster County

    By Kevin Patton, The Henderson Gleaner

    Used by permission

    Adam Turner, who has helped Anderson County reached the Class 5-A Final Four two of the past three years, says he is committed to turning around a Webster County football program that has had three straight one-win seasons.

  • Spring a bit behind this year, but trophy smallmouth time is here

    By Lee McClellan

    Ky. Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

    You hear about Lake St. Clair, Mille Lacs, Lake Erie and the upper Mississippi River as waters that produce the best smallmouth fishing in the United States.

    As far as catching numbers of smallmouth with many of those larger than 4 pounds, you can’t argue with the sentiment. However, to catch the largest specimens in the world, you need to fish in Kentucky and Tennessee.

  • Softball roundup: Lady Cats roll to three wins

    The chip on Anderson County's shoulder grew to an enormous size on the softball diamond last week.

    The Lady Bearcats, picked as the Eighth Region favorite by the region's coaches, rebounded from their first loss of the season in a resounding fashion. Anderson recorded three wins by a combined score of 30-1 and improving to 4-1 on the season.

    Anderson's hitters pounded the ball while the pitchers kept opponents off the bases.

  • Lady Net Cats look to become team few want to play

    Anderson County tennis will be looking at different goals during the season that began two weeks ago.

    Anderson girls' coach Jeremy Cook says of his team, “We have five girls returning that played in last season's regional tournament, so we have experience where it counts. In a region that always has great tennis players, we will be a team that no one will want to draw in the regional tournament.”