Today's News

  • Mustang archers win state qualifier event

    From staff reports

    The Anderson County Middle School archery team took first place in the Mercer County State Qualifier Tournament, held Saturday in Harrodsburg. Three other teams competed in the meet.

    Individually, the Mustangs had a big day with Bryce Foster and Paul Zigo sweeping first and second place in the boys’ division while Logan Sea placed fourth.

    On the girls’ side, Emmali Dorman placed third with Rayleen Flygstad coming in fourth.

  • Ruble productive in all areas, leads Lady Cats past Franklin

    Anderson County is known around girls’ basketball circles for its youth but when things mattered last Tuesday, it was the veterans who came through for the Lady Bearcats.

    Junior Jaclynn Ruble scored 23 points and added 8 rebounds, 7 assists and 5 steals to lead the Lady Bearcats past visiting Franklin County, 62-57.

  • Barnhart speaks at First Baptist

    University of Kentucky Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart spoke at First Baptist Church Sunday as part of the congregation’s Men’s Day program. Barnhart issued a challenge to influence the world for Christ.

    Barnhart cited Romans 5:1-5 and shared how several men had mentored him after his father had died when he was 11 years old. Barnhart said one man in particular called him every week and offered to take him out after church on Sunday to play tennis.

  • Spencer whips Bearcats ‘in every way’

    TAYLORSVILLE -- It was expected to be one of those down-to-the-wire battles that have become the norm when the Anderson County and Spencer County boys meet on the basketball court.

    Instead, Spencer County dominated the Bearcats in every way imaginable on its way to a 76-64 district win last Tuesday night. The game might not have been as close as the score indicates.

    Spencer shot 56 percent, hit 8 three-point shots and whipped the Bearcats on the backboard, 35-20.

  • Second quarter dooms Bearcats at Collins

    SHELBYVILLE -- Eight minutes isn’t enough time to do much but it was all Collins needed to forge a major 30th District win over Anderson County in boys’ basketball action Friday night.

    The Titans claimed a 63-51 victory on the strength of a 16-3 uprising in the second quarter. The outcome assured Collins of the top seed in the 30th District Tournament, set to begin the week of Feb. 19.

  • Mat Cats feast at Sharkbait Duals

    The Anderson County High School wrestling team rolled to a championship in the DuPont Manual Sharkbait Duals, held Saturday in Louisville.

    The Mat Cats took all five of their dual matches to place first out of 10 teams in the competition.

    Anderson defeated a combined team from Louisville Western and Shawnee, then routed Iroquois and Pleasure Ridge Park before slipping past Owensboro and Seneca for the championship.

    Last Thursday, Anderson split a pair of duals matches on the Mat Cats’ Senior Night.

  • Remember safety with standby generators on the farm

     Standby generators provide emergency electrical power during disruptions caused by winter storms and other disasters. However, you need to take some special precautions to ensure safe, efficient operation of these generators.

  • Superintendent defends administrative payroll

     School officials here are defending administrative payroll totals after being called out last week by Gov. Bevin when he offered his proposed draft budget.

  • $500,000K grant will spruce up Main Street

     Main Street merchants got their first glimpse Monday night of a $500,000 project designed to spruce up Main Street, replace its old sidewalks perhaps add an additional crosswalk.

  • City, county face large cuts in state funding, too

     The school district isn’t alone in feeling the brunt of the governor’s proposed budget.