Today's News

  • Driver's license office to be closed Oct. 23

    The Driver’s License Office located in the Anderson County Court House will be closed on Friday, Oct. 23, to allow for the office relocation to the front of the court house. The new office will be located across the hall from the Circuit Clerk’s Office. 

    Anderson County Circuit Clerk Pam Robinson says the office will re-open on Monday, Oct. 26 in the new location.

  • Lady Bearcats advance in district but Bearcats eliminated

    The Anderson County High School girls' soccer team advanced to the championship match of the 30th District Tournament Tuesday night with a 5-0 win over host Spencer County.  The match had been suspended with 15:26 to go in the first half when lightning was spotted near the Spencer field.

  • A lot to like about win at Woodford

    There was quite a bit to like about Anderson County’s win over Woodford County Friday night.

    To be sure, there was reason to be a bit concerned as the Bearcats saw a 28-0 lead dwindle to the final 35-26 score. Anderson had played about as well as it can in forging the big lead.

    The Bearcats looked like a team that had spent the last 14 days fuming over the loss to Dunbar that should not have happened.

  • Tough course tames Bearcat golfers at state

    BOWLING GREEN – The leader board was saying Anderson County was right up there with the big boys at the state golf tournament last Tuesday, but those watching the Bearcats in real time knew differently.

    After six holes, the Bearcats really were among the state’s best, standing seventh out of 24 teams and apparently with nowhere to go but up.


    VERSAILLES – The split personality the Anderson County football team displayed Friday night might have been cause for alarm, but for the Bearcats, all was well when the final horn sounded on Anderson’s 35-26 win at Woodford County.

    For almost 24 minutes, Anderson County looked like a team ready to make a run at its third regional championship in five years. The Bearcats were a team that looked like the one that had risen to as high as third in the state in the polls over a month ago.

  • Seniors bookend goals as Cats roar in home finale

    Ben Simmons could not have asked for a better finale.

    The Anderson County senior delivered a pair of spectacular goals to give the Bearcats an early lead in what became a 5-0 win over Bourbon County in the final home match of the boys’ high school soccer season Saturday afternoon.

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Russell bests own record

    Anderson County High School graduate Jacob Russell broke his own school record as he passed for 426 yards to lead Campbellsville University to a 42-34 Mid-South Conference win over Pikeville Saturday afternoon in Campbellsville.

    Russell connected on 29-of-42 passes with two interceptions. He threw for four touchdowns, the longest being a 54-yard strike to Tyus Alcorn. Russell also ran for 42 yards and a score.

    Campbellsville improved to 4-2 on the year.

    Georgetown 14, Bluefield 0

  • Montgomery Co. storyline mirrors that of Woodford

    Things almost sound like an instant replay for Anderson County football this week.

    When the Bearcats were prepping for their game at Woodford County last Friday, they were getting ready for a team that had not beaten Anderson in years, had rarely come close over that time and, most importantly in the present, had to feel it had what it takes to beat the Bearcats in 2015.

    Montgomery County comes to town Friday with practically the same storyline.

  • Garmon’s numbers impressive since his return to action

    By Aaron Steele

    Sports Columnist

    It’s always a hassle returning from an off-season injury, but boy does the Bearcat’s John Paul Garmon make it look easy. It all started during the summer when Garmon injured his foot playing basketball. The road ahead looked rough, but he was determined to rally for an impressive comeback.

  • Chosen ‘for such a time as this’

    By Larry Coleman

    Faith Columnist

    “For such a time as this?” This comment comes from the little Book of Esther found in the Old Testament.

    If you are a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ have you been chosen by God the Father “for such a time as this?”

    Oh NO! You say “I’m not of importance like Esther. How could my life be prepared for such a time as this?