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Today's News

  • Older Mudcats end season

    Rains washed out the championship day of their annual tournament, but a so-so performance was really what put a damper on the final weekend of the 17-and-under Central Kentucky Mudcats' baseball team.

    The local traveling team had scheduled its annual wooden bat tournament for Anderson County High School's Barnes Memorial Field, but the weekend downpours washed out Sunday's games. “We got three games in Saturday, and we played one,” Mudcat coach Chris Copenhaver said.

  • Safety Day at General Cable

    General Cable hosted its annual Safety Day event on July 7 at the company’s Lawrenceburg facility. Over 250 people attended the event.

    General Cable, headquartered in Highland Heights, Kentucky, is one of the largest wire and cable manufacturers in the world. The company develops, designs, manufactures markets and distributes aluminum, copper and fiber optic wire and cable products for various industries, according to a news release.

  • Cohabitation may be convenient, but robs couple of marriage benefits

    I remember the conversation like it was yesterday. I was walking behind two women who were making their way from the fellowship hall of our church to the sanctuary for worship. One of these women, in her mid-twenties, was talking about how she and her boyfriend had recently moved in together.

    This comment brought a rebuke from the other, much older, woman who chided, “Now you know better than that.” The younger woman retorted, “Well, times have changed!” “Perhaps,” said the older saint, “but the Bible hasn’t.”

  • Church News Briefs for July 30, 2014

    The Capital City Boys to play at Farmdale Baptist

    Farmdale Baptist Church is hosting concert with the Southern Gospel quartet “The Capital City Boys” at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, August 3.

    Farmdale Baptist Church is located at 5610 U.S. 127 South, just across the Franklin County line.

    Salvisa Christian certified cool congregation

    Salvisa Christian Church is a small, rural Green Chalice congregation, worshipping in a sanctuary built in 1881 in Salvisa.

  • Armed robbery at Marathon gas station

    *UPDATE*

    According to the Anderson County Sheriff's Department, during the joint investigation with the Mercer County Sheriff's Office and the Lexington Police Department, an arrest warrant was obtained for George "Daniel" Cheatham of Salvisa, for first-degree robbery.

    Anderson County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help locating Cheatham. If you may know the whereabouts of Cheatham, please call the  Anderson County Sheriff's Office at 502-839-4021. Cheatham is considered armed and dangerous.

  • Cigarette smoking among Kentucky high school students drops significantly

    Kentucky Press News Service

    Kentucky dropped to sixth place among surveyed states in 2013 for high school cigarette use, a significant improvement from the state’s first place ranking in 2011, according to a recently released Centers for Disease Control Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System report.

  • Proposed sign ordinance stalled

    The new city, county and chamber of commerce sign ordinance efforts came to a screeching halt when the fiscal court failed to approved the first reading Tuesday of last week.

    The old sign ordinances have been criticized for being too vague and far too open for interpretation. A committee was put together to revise the old sign ordinances, which made the former five-page sign ordinance to a 30-page document designed to be more clear and concise.

  • NEARLY READY TO GO

    By Ashley Wilkins

    Landmark News Service

    With less than three weeks until opening day for The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass, construction workers on the property are hard at work.

    The 365,000-square-foot retail center located just south of Interstate 64 in Simpsonville is scheduled for a VIP opening on July 30 and the grand opening July 31.

  • School district honors several retirees

    Laughs and memories were shared at a banquet to honor 20 retiring Anderson County Schools’ employees for their service at board of education meeting Monday of last week.

    Combined these 20 employees had more than 357 years of service to Anderson County students. Retiring employees were invited to a dinner and received a lamp for 14 years of service and under or a personalized rocking chair for 15 years and more of service.

  • Three arrested in liquor store robbery

    According to the Kentucky State Police, Joseph “Blake” Penny, of Lawrenceburg, a third suspect identified in the Go Big Blue Liquor store armed robbery on July 10, was arrested and charged with first degree robbery Wednesday of last week.

    Dathan K. Spalding, 21, and Cody R. Baker, 20, both of Lawrenceburg, were arrested at the scene and also charged with first-degree robbery.

    According to court documents, Penny was identified as a subject of interest in KSP’s investigation.