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Today's News

  • News briefs for Feb. 8

    Legion to host oratorical contest
    The American Legion Area B High School Oratorical Scholarship Contest will be held in Lawrenceburg on Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. at the American Legion Post 34 in Lawrenceburg.
    Department of Kentucky Past Legion Commander David King has served as chairman of the American Legion Oratorical Scholarship Program for many years. This will be the Legion’s 80th year for this program.
    This scholarship program is a way for students to receive scholarship funds. Students may compete all four years of high school.

  • Theatre group schedules tryouts for upcoming performance of ‘Peter Pan’

     

  • Coroner: Thurman drove in fatal wreck

    Justin Thurman was driving the pickup truck that veered off Highway 44 more than a year ago, killing him instantly.
    That is the ruling of the Anderson County Coroner’s office, which had to wait for DNA results from the state police lab in Frankfort before making the determination.
    The news puts to rest a year-long question as to who was driving the truck, Thurman or the man who turned out to be his passenger, Kristian Baxter.

  • Firefighters battle eight blazes in two hours

    The New England Patriots weren’t the only ones who kept coming back Super Bowl Sunday.
    The Anderson County Fire Department came back, and back, and back some more to their assigned fire stations after being called out to battle eight different fires in a two-hour period.
    “We were pretty busy for a while,” said Chief Pat Krogman.
    The fires were all either brush fires or controlled burns that went out of control, he said.

  • Hillary loses, again

     

  • Harp back where he wants to be

    Part of Sam Harp has stayed in Anderson County for nearly 30 years.

    In three years, he’d taken Bearcat football to heights it had never experienced before. He’d coached Anderson to an undefeated season in 1986. The following year, he’d guided the Bearcats to the first playoff win in school history, winning at perennial power Newport Central Catholic.

    The Bearcats had ascended to a place in the state’s Top 5 in Class AA and Harp had been named the state’s Coach of the Year in 1986.

  • Lady Bearcats keep on rolling

    The scoreboard said Anderson County had just routed Louisville Ballard by 30 points. The official scorebook gave the Lady Bearcats one more point. Either way, it was a big league rout that ran Anderson’s record to 17-6.

    But it wasn’t pretty.

    “I don’t care what the scoreboard says,” Anderson coach Clay Birdwhistell said. “I don’t feel good about it. I think it was the worst we have played in a month. I thought in the first half, we didn’t show a lot of enthusiasm.”

  • Frankfort comes through in clutch, sinks Bearcats

    FRANKFORT – If one play could summarize Frankfort’s 63-58 upset of Anderson County last Friday, it would undoubtedly have to be one in the first 30 seconds of the second half at Wilkinson Gym.

    With the score tied at 34, Anderson’s John Paul Garmon came up with a clean steal near midcourt, then drove for the basket. Somehow, a Frankfort player caught up to Garmon, blocked the layup from behind. In the wild scramble for the rebound, the ball somehow caught the leg of Anderson’s Dylan Pittman before heading out of bounds.

  • Mat Cats tune up for regional with ‘best collective effort as a team’

    BARDSTOWN – Anderson County might not have the quantity but the Bearcat wrestling team has plenty of quality. That has been the mantra of the Mat Cats and first-year coach Hunter Lilly all season long.

    Never was it more apparent than in a quad meet held last Wednesday at Thomas Nelson High School.

  • Swim Cats ready for regional

    The Anderson County High School swim team concluded the regular season in the Shelby County Winter Classic, held Jan. 28 at the Shelby County Family Activity Center.

    Junior Reece Arredondo led a short-handed Anderson team, which was missing five key swimmers. The boys scored 127 points, good enough for 10th place in the 20-team event.