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Today's News

  • Cable guy charged with DUI while fixing sheriff’s Wi-Fi

    Drinking and driving is always a bad idea.
    Drinking and then driving to sheriff’s office on a repair call is even worse.
    That’s apparently what a technician with Time Warner Cable did last Wednesday when he responded to a service call at the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office and was promptly charged with DUI.
    Randall Ramey of 208 Village Drive, Lawrenceburg was charged by Sgt. Robbie Armstrong after failing several sobriety tests and a blood test.

  • BASKETBALL: Bearcats overcome early deficit, slip past Western Hills

    It is all about preparing for the tournaments. And with about a month to go before the 30th District meet tips off, Anderson County got a lesson from an old rival Friday night.

    “When you get into the post-season, you are going to play someone that has a bad record and has some talent,” Anderson coach Glen Drury said. “They are going to play with nothing to lose.

    Anderson found itself down 13-2 almost as soon as the Bearcats got off the bus at Western Hills, but somehow found a way to come back and grind out a 61-56 win.

  • WRESTLING: Bearcats win at Capital City

    Anderson County wrestlers brought home first place in the Capital City Classic, held at Franklin County High School, for the second consecutive year on Saturday.

    The Bearcats won the 16-team event with 232 points, far ahead of second-place Louisville Western. Franklin County placed third while Ft. Campbell took fourth.

    Three Anderson wrestlers won their respective weight classes: T.W. Stockton (138 pounds), Eric Spencer (145) and Jake Vincent (160).

    Three others, Zack Perry (152), Alex Swartz (182) and Travis Kaelin (195), placed second.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: North Oldham rallies past Bearcats

    Junior guard David Levitch scored 23 points to lead North Oldham to a 53-42 come-from-behind win over Anderson County last Tuesday night at Goshen.

    Anderson had led 24-19 at the half, but North Oldham went on an 18-6 run to start the second half and then outscored Anderson 16-7 in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

    “We played well in the first half,” Anderson coach Glen Drury said, “but for some reason we left our emotions in the locker room at halftime. This was the first time this year we didn't play with passion.”

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Lady Bearcats cruise past Tates Creek

    A win over Tates Creek might have been like apple pie after a meal of spinach on Saturday.

    “It was good to get back on track and get the bad taste out of our mouths,” Anderson County girls' basketball coach Tony Kays said after his team posted a 56-45 win in the East Jessamine Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.

    The final horn sounded about 16 hours after dropping a heart-breaker to South Oldham.

    Sydney Brown turned in one of her best offensive games of the year with 14 points, while Makenzie Cann added 13 for Anderson.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Region's top-ranked team has taken similar path to Bearcats

    For several years, the story was the same in the Eighth Region: Anderson County and South Oldham would be nipping at the heels of Shelby County, Oldham County and, until 2005, Scott County at the top of the region's pecking order.

    While Anderson finally broke through with a Sweet 16 trip three years ago, South Oldham has never been able to break through that barrier.

    When the 2011-12 season began, the Bearcats and Dragons were lumped together again, but this time as two perennially strong teams that were pegged to struggle.

  • BOYS' BASKETBALL: Region's top-ranked team has taken similar path to Bearcats

    For several years, the story was the same in the Eighth Region: Anderson County and South Oldham would be nipping at the heels of Shelby County, Oldham County and, until 2005, Scott County at the top of the region's pecking order.

    While Anderson finally broke through with a Sweet 16 trip three years ago, South Oldham has never been able to break through that barrier.

    When the 2011-12 season began, the Bearcats and Dragons were lumped together again, but this time as two perennially strong teams that were pegged to struggle.

  • OUTDOORS: New archery range opens in Madison County

    A new archery range is now open to the public at the Miller Welch-Central Kentucky Wildlife Management Area in Madison County, according to a news release from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

    Constructed on the northern edge of the WMA along Muddy Creek Road, the archery range consists of is a 12-target traditional range and a 30-target course through the woods, said Derek Beard, the department's wildlife coordinator said in the release. 
   

  • COLUMN:Hickey's heart made its way into Anderson coach's

    I'm pretty sure Glen Drury is a fan of John Calipari.

    The Anderson County boys' basketball coach has often marveled at how quickly Calipari got Kentucky back at the top of the national scene and how he has been successful in getting a different group of previously-coddled high school hot shots to play together as a team.

    After a win earlier this year, he talked about one of his players understanding the game much better and saying that the player had created some shots “off the dribble drive.”

  • OUTDOORS: Winter temps bring float and fly time

    By Lee McClellan

    Ky. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources

    The late Charlie Nuckols owned a tackle shop and lure company in east Tennessee, near South Holston Lake. Winter crappie anglers who fished small marabou jigs deep under bobbers complained to him about big smallmouth breaking off their rigs all of the time.