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Today's News

  • Movie Night on Green postponed

    The Movie Night on the Green for Sept. 9 featuring Toy Story 3 will be postponed until next Friday, Sept. 16, due to potential poor weather conditions.

  • THURSDAY SPORTS UPDATE: Lady Bearcat soccer gets easy win

     

    Girls' soccer routs Owen County

    The Anderson County girls' soccer team rolled to a 10-0 mercy rule win over Owen County on Wednesday night. A total mismatch but a game Anderson needed after so many close losses and ties lately. Anderson is now 2-1 in district play.

     

  • Sports Blog: Wednesday sports update

    Wednesday sports update

    Not a lot going on right now locally, so it might be a good time to look around the area at some things happening.
    First, in high school football, no one predicted Anderson County would have an easy time winning a district title for the second consecutive season. The Bearcats were realigned into a district that includes East Jessamine, which has had a solid program for some time, and Franklin County, which has enough speed that the Flyers are a threat to beat anyone.
    Everyone who follows Kentucky high school football knew those two teams would be good.

  • Baseball tourney dates changed

    The Anderson County Baseball Club Tournament, originally set for Sept. 10-11, has been changed. Team administrator Ken Thompson says the tournament has been rescheduled for Sept. 17-18 at Anderson County High School. Contact information and other details can be found in the Sept. 7 edition of The Anderson News.

     

  • Church briefs: 9-7-11

    Salvisa Christian Church
    A community free clothes day will be held Sept. 12th, from 2 pm to 6 pm at Salvisa Christian Church, 155 Sugar St., Salvisa.  The clothes are free.
    All sizes.  For more information, contact Charlotte Fallis at (859-865-2226 or the Rev. Vicki Ray 502-229-0515.

    Open Bible Church hosts free concert
    The Open Bible Church will host a free, teen-oriented concert Sept. 17, beginning at 5 p.m. on the Lawrenceburg Green.
    Bands being featured include GodCry, My Heart Remains, Brian Black and C128.

  • Have you truly sacrificed for God?

    The power.
    The power to destroy all of your enemies.
    The power to be the most important.
    The power to show the world you are the ruler of all.
    Hollywood often portrays powerful, vengeful people as heroes and winners. When you contemplate that Jesus had the power to destroy the world and all of his enemies, to end the lives of the men torturing and spitting on and mocking him, remember this: he didn’t retaliate.
    As the old hymn says, “He could have called 10,000 angels to destroy the world, but he died alone, for you and me.”

  • Community calendar: 9-7-11

    Community
    Sept. 7, The Acoustic Project, Anderson Public Library
    Sept. 9: Movie Night on the Green, Toy Story 3, Lawrenceburg Green
    Sept. 11: Dennis Cantrill book signing, 1 p.m., Anderson Public Library
    Sept. 16: Western High School reunion, Lion’s Club pavilion, county park, 6 p.m.

    Education

  • Anderson Community Education offers classes

    Anderson Community Education, located at 219 East Woodford St., will offer the following classes this month.
    For more information, call Jacque Zeller at 839-3754 or e-mail jacque.zeller@anderson.kyschools.us.

    Zumba Fitness
    When: Sept. 8-Oct. 6, Thursdays from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
    Where: Emma B. Ward Elementary School, with instructor Patty Wolf
    Cost: $35

  • Anniversary: Brumley

    The family of Charles and LaVerne Brumley will host a reception to celebrate Charles and LaVerne’s 50th wedding anniversary.
    The anniversary reception will take place at First Christian Church from 2-4 p.m. on Sept. 11 in the fellowship hall.
    All are welcome. No gifts, please.
     

  • Way We Were: Big Crowd Attends Water Ballet at Pool

    50 YEARS AGO
    Sept. 7, 1961
    The first water show held at the pool drew a crowd of more than 500 and more than $250 was cleared for the installation of tennis courts, according to pool manager, Charles Grote, who was in charge of the show.
    Mrs. C.T. Ward, superintendent of schools, did the make-up for the performers. Hugh Brooks was the announcer and Allen Carter and Jimmy Hawkins handled the lighting effects for the show.