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Today's News

  • Here’s why churches in America are in decline

     Tim Keller in his great book, “Jesus the King,” writes the following: “In the Twentieth Century, Christianity receded in Europe and now in North America. 

  • Church briefs

     Free clothing at Salvisa Christian

  • Thanksgiving tips, part two

     It’s just two weeks until Thanksgiving. That’s enough time to plan for the big day even if you’re hosting this year. 

  • $500 reward offered for missing dog

     From staff reports

  • The leaders of the band

     On his first day of high school marching band practice, Patrick Brady desperately wanted to quit. 

  • Three senior Bearcats recount historic season

     The names came over the intercom in reverse order:

  • History repeat?

    If you’ve been around Anderson County football as long as I have, you almost had to wonder if Billy Ocean was riding that snazzy bus with the Bearcats for their playoff game at Fern Creek Friday night.

    When the going gets tough

    The tough get going, tough, tough, huh, huh, huh

    When the going gets tough, the tough get ready.

    “What we did in 1987 is a memory that lasts a lifetime,” Anderson coach Mark Peach said moments after his team had upset Fern Creek in the state playoffs.

  • Bearcats take down Louisville power

    LOUISVILLE – Most people who follow Kentucky high school football thought Anderson County would be getting ready for deer season by now.

    After all, Anderson County is usually home to one of the state’s better harvests and the Bearcat football team was given little chance to knock off Fern Creek Friday night. Anderson had not won a playoff game since 2014 while the Louisville power had made successive trips to the state semifinals.

  • Lady Bearcat soccer players honored

    Several members of the Anderson County High School girls’ soccer team have received post-season honors recently.

    Senior Evan Kays was named second team all-state by the state’s coaches last week. Kays plans to sign with Morehead State University in the spring.

    Kays was also named to the Eighth Region all-region first team by the region’s coaches. Classmate Taylor Harley was named second team all-region in the same voting.

  • Pierce runs in state XC meet

    Anderson County High School freshman Mason Pierce ran in the Kentucky High School Athletic Association state cross country meet Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park.

    Pierce, Anderson’s only qualifier, turned in a 19:09.37 time in the boys’ Class 3A race. Pierce was well back in the pack, finishing more than three minutes behind Male senior Dylan Allen, the individual state champion.

    Pierce was about five minutes ahead of the final finisher in the 3.1-mile race.