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Today's News

  • Collins ousts Anderson in tourney opener

    SHELBYVILLE – Will McDonald obviously did not want his high school baseball career to end just yet.

    The Collins senior gave up only two hits as he shut out Anderson County, 3-0, in the opening round of the 30th District Tournament Monday night at Collins High School.

    McDonald struck out eight and did not allow any of Anderson’s six base runners past second base. McDonald walked two and hit a batter.

  • Lady Cats survive district scare

    In the post-season, the name of the game is survive and advance.

    It might be one of the oldest cliches in sports but it is also true that the name of the game is surviving.

    Anderson County, ranked No. 9 in the state, survived a major scare from unranked Spencer County Monday night, defeating the Lady Bears, 2-1, in the 30th District Tournament opener at Spencer.

  • Unexpected opportunity a lasting lesson

    I rarely cover college signings anymore.

    It’s not that those are not important moments in the life of a young person. They are very significant to the person and the family involved. It’s a milestone not many people playing high school sports ever achieve. For that reason, I do ask that the parties involved provide a photo and information and we will find a place for that on the sports page.

  • Riley’s record round takes title

    Kaitlyn Riley knew she was in good shape.

    Even though the University of the Cumberlands sophomore had just bogeyed the 16th hole at Savannah Quarters Country Club, Riley still had a two-stroke lead with two holes to play in the NAIA Golf Tournament, held in Pooler, Ga., last week.

    Riley held on to win the individual title, defeating top-ranked Elsa Westin of Keiser University. Riley’s final round 68 tied for the the lowest single round score in the history of the NAIA Tournament.

  • J.D. Shelburne visits Heritage Hall

    Country music singer J.D. Shelburne, a native of Taylorsville, visited Heritage Hall nursing home after speaking at DARE graduation Friday. Shelburne sang several country classics and a hymn during a short time at the facility.

  • Dare Graduation festivities

    Fifth-graders from around Anderson County participated in DARE graduation at Anderson County High School last Friday. Country singer J.D. Shelburne spoke, sang a few songs and signed a lot of autographs.

  • Firefighters rescue cow stuck in pond

    Anderson County firefighters were able to rescue a cow this afternoon that became stuck in a small pond on Hammond Road.

    The cow was apparently trying to stay clear of an eager bull when it was either knocked into the muddy water or went in while trying to get away, the owner told rescuers.

  • Naked woman in car leads to drug bust on Ballard

     

    Having a naked woman in your car while it’s parked on Ballard Street will draw the attention of the police.

    Having suspected drugs in your car at the same time will land you behind bars.

    That was the case Monday for a Lawrenceburg man who was charged with trafficking heroin and other related drug charges.

  • Burst water line floods clerk's office

     

    Employees at the Anderson County Clerk’s Office got a wet welcome when they arrived to work Monday morning to find over an inch of water in a portion of the building and heavy damage to the building’s basement.

    Clerk Jason Denny said some portions of the upstairs — including his office — had an inch or more of water on the floor due to a busted water line.

    Denny said none of the office’s paper records were damaged.

  • Seniors strut their talent

    Seniors from all over Anderson County shared their talents Monday morning during Senior Showcase at the senior center.

    Emceed by Beverly Webb, home health care aide, the show featured singers, a lip syncher and a comedy duo.

    Tommy Allen kicked off the show with a gospel number that got the crowd clapping along.

    Dressed in a country-western getup, strumming her homemade, cardboard banjo and mouthing along to the songs “I Want to Be a Cowboy’s Sweetheart” and “Blue Kentucky Girl,” Margaret Armstrong entertained the crowd.