Today's News

  • Lady Bearcat softball to host golf scramble

    The Anderson County High School softball team will be hosting the 2017 LacyCat Softball Golf Scramble on Sunday, Sept. 24, according to a news release.

    The scramble will be held at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course and will feature food and drinks. Door prizes and a silent auction are also part of the program.

    The cost is $60 per person.

    For more information, contact Ann Case at 502-680-0755 or Nikki Lay at 502-517-2264.

  • Ruble leads Anderson golfers at Collins

    With so much uncertainty surrounding the Anderson County High School girls’ golf team, the season-opening result at the Collins Lady Titan Classic was on that the team hopes to build upon during the next two months.

    The Lady Bearcats shot a combined 441 in the tournament, held last Monday at the Shelbyville Country Club. The score was good enough for eighth place in the 12-team meet.

  • Mentor-youth dove hunts registrations moving online

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is changing its application process for the popular mentor-youth dove hunts being offered Sept. 2, according to a news release.

    The hunts allow adults to take kids hunting in dove fields that limit the number of participants, the release said.

  • Pioneer tough! Transylvania becomes first Kentucky school to offer women’s varsity collegiate triathlon

    USA Triathlon and Transylvania University Athletics have announced Transylvania is the first school in Kentucky—and the 15th in the nation—to add women’s collegiate triathlon as an NCAA varsity sport. The NCAA Division III women’s triathlon team will begin competing in the 2018-19 season according to a news release from the school.

  • Nine to compete for Distinguished Young Woman Program

    Nine local young ladies are set to compete in the 36th Annual Anderson County Distinguished Young Woman Program scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Anderson County High School.

    The cost of the ticket is $12, which includes a program of the performance.  Contestants have been practicing for the competition for the past few weeks and will be judged on several different components.

  • Breakfast smoothies you can prep ahead of time

    Next week is the beginning of another school year. For those of you with school age children, you know it’s both exciting and stressful. I’m already thinking about the morning struggle, what to pack for lunch, and the best way to get a 17 and a 6-year-old out of bed. Neither one likes to eat breakfast when they get up. I’ve read a bunch of articles on ways to make the rough mornings go smoother, and I think I’m going to try a few. Let’s hope the full moon on Monday is a positive influence.

  • church briefs


    Vacation Bible school at LUPC

    Lawrenceburg United Pentecostal Church will hold its vacation Bible school July 24-28, the church announced.

    The school will be from 6 to 8 p.m. each day.

    Snacks will be provided and there will be crafts for those who attend.

    The name is the camp is “Camp Courage.

    Glensboro Christian to host 10th annual Ladies Outreach


    From staff reports

    The following people were recently arrested and transported to jail, according to information provided by Anderson County Jailer Joani Clark.

    July 22

    Adams Atkins was charged with Dui, careless driving, speeding, and no insurance card by the Kentucky State Police.

    July 23

    William Robinson was charged with DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia by the Kentucky State Police.

    Kenneth Flint was charged with failure to appear by the Kentucky State Police.

  • Suspect allegedly stole to feed habit


    After being observed shoplifting last Saturday, a man was arrested for stealing energy drinks and shoes.

    The man allegedly said his intent was to trade the items in order to feed his drug addiction, according to a citation issued by the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

    William Cody Richardson, of 1141 Versailles Road, was arrested Saturday after Walmart identified him as being observed shoplifting multiple times in recent history including that day, July 29.

  • Argument with fiancée turns brothers against each other


    A man was arrested last Monday after an altercation he had with his brother that transpired over an argument he had been having with his fiancée.

    Jason Tarrence, of Louisville, was charged with fourth degree assault after an argument with his brother, Jamie Tarrence.

    The argument became physical, resulting in Jamie receiving a bite to his finger and right upper arm, according to a citation. The altercation took place at 1060 Jenny Lillard Rd. in Lawrenceburg.