Today's News

  • Lady Cats survive Collins upset bid, advance in district

    SHELBYVILLE – Regardless of the sport, there is always a time when teams can think of one trite, but true, phrase.

    Survive and advance.

    Monday, the Anderson County girls’ soccer team survived in a fashion that might prompt Hollywood to invite the Lady Bearcats to star in their own survival reality show.

  • Collins sours Lady Cat Senior Night, takes top seed

    Collins quieted any talk about Anderson County being the top Eighth Region volleyball team without the word “Oldham” in its name last Tuesday.

    The Titans got just a few more balls in and made a few less errors as Collins took a 3-1 win over the host Lady Bearcats in the match to determine the top seed in the 30th District Tournament later this month.

    At press time, it appeared that Collins claimed the tie-breaker for the top seed. Anderson and Collins split two matches during the season with each winning on the other team’s home court.

  • More than pride at stake for Bearcats -Flyers

    For Anderson County and Franklin County, the stakes riding on Friday’s football game at Benny Watkins Field are high, but simple.

    If Anderson wins, the Bearcats clinch the Class 5A, District 6 championship for the second consecutive year, regardless of what happens the rest of the season.

  • Russell leads Campbellsville past No. 3 Georgetown

    From staff reports

    Anderson County High School graduate Jacob Russell helped engineer what some are calling the greatest upset in the history of the Campbellsville University football program.

    A senior quarterback, Russell led Campbellsville past Georgetown, 28-24 Saturday.

    Georgetown was ranked No. 3 in NAIA going into the game. Russell completed 28-of-43 passes for 312 yards and three touchdowns as Campbellsville had a happy Homecoming at Finley Stadium.

  • Youth hunters notch successful weekend

    From staff reports

    Youth hunters had a bang-up weekend, going 9-for-9 in harvesting deer during the annual event sponsored by the Anderson County Sportsman’s Club with an assist from officers with Kentucky Fish and Wildlife.

    The nine participating hunters bagged three bucks, two button bucks and four does, according to a news release.

    “These are times that will never be forgotten for the youth and for the adults,” organizers said in a news release. “Thank you to all the supporters, great or small.”

  • Send us your wildlife photos

    Whether it’s a Boone and Crockett or or a doe, The Anderson News wants to print photos of successful deer hunts.

    Along with our monthly outdoors page featuring local hunter and fisherman Jeff Lilly, we routinely prints photos not only of successful deer hunts, but anglers holding up everything from a monster catfish to the smallest bluegill.

    We ask that the names of those appearing in the photo are provided from the left, and that the game being shown is clean and presented in a dignified manner.

  • Bearcats romp past West Jessamine, get ready for Franklin showdown

    NICHOLASVILLE – Anderson County left little to chance Friday night as the Bearcats put together a methodical 36-0 district win over West Jessamine.

    The Bearcats scored on their first two possessions and built the lead to the running clock threshold on their first drive of the second half. The final 20 minutes were played with the clock stopping only on change of possessions.

  • Homecoming photos from Progressive Studio
  • 10-8 church briefs

    Fish Fry at Pleasant Hill

    Pleasant Hill Christian Church will host a fish fry, Sunday, Oct. 12.

    The meal will be at the fellowship building at 5:30 p.m. After the meal, the Joymakers are scheduled to sing at the church, which is located at 3316 Mt. Eden Road.

    For more information, call 502-738-5454.

    Bowlin in concert at Antioch Christian

    Antioch Christian Church will host Victoria Shirey Bowlin in concert Friday, Oct. 10.

  • Despite technological advances, we can’t fix sin

    Earlier this year, the MIT Technology Review released its list of 10 breakthrough technologies for the year 2014.

    These are innovations that have the capability of effecting significant change in our world. Among these high-tech advances is the neuromorphic chip, which is described as a “microprocessor configured more like brains than traditional chips [which] could soon make computers far more astute about what’s going on around them.”