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Today's News

  • County buys building; judge mum on use

    The Anderson County Fiscal Court narrowly approved purchasing the Town & Country Bank building on Main Street for $260,000 last Wednesday, but the judge-executive isn’t saying yet what it will be used for.
    Speculation is that it will become the new home of the Anderson County Clerk’s office, but following the 4-3 vote during a special-called meeting last Wednesday morning, Judge-Executive John Wayne Conway said that’s not necessarily the case.

  • City council to allow Election Day booze sales

    Election Day in Lawrenceburg will also include the sale of alcohol while polls are open, once the city council approves an amended ordinance to reflect new state laws.  
    Senate Bill 13, passed by the Kentucky legislature in March 2013, allows for the sale of alcohol on Election Day in areas where beer, wine and liquor are normally sold.
    The new law went into effect June 25, according to the Kentucky League of Cities.

  • Deadline looming for Santa letters

    Better hurry and tell Santa whether you’ve been naughty or nice this year: Friday, Nov. 29 is the last day to submit Santa letters for The Anderson News’ special holiday section.
    Send Santa letters (100 words or less) and attached JPEG photos by e-mail to santa@theandersonnews.com by Friday, Nov. 29 at noon, or submit them the old fashioned way and drop them off at our office, located at 1080 Bypass South.
    Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. After hours, use our drop box located on the side of the building left of the front door.

  • Bearcats, alumni show their hoops skills at Cat Madness

    Scenes from Cat Madness 21.

  • Football feast in Final Four showdown

    You can forgive members of the Anderson County football team if they eat like they are on a bit of a diet on the biggest eating day of the year.

    A Thanksgiving Day feast can wait until Saturday as there are more pressing matters at hand.

    Like football practice.

  • Regional reign! Bearcats defeat Franklin for title

    It was one of those nights where you couldn't just dig in.

    “Everybody was just sliding around out there,” said Anderson County lineman and team captain Landon Searcy.

    Holding on? Good luck on doing that on a football field that went from horrible to near-quagmire status as Anderson County and Franklin County slogged it out for a regional championship.

  • Rams split two on the hardwood

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg basketball Rams were back in action Nov. 15, defeating visiting Praisers of Aldersgate Christian Academy, 50-33.

  • Anderson Middle School player selected for Team Kentucky

    Anderson County Middle School lineman Jonathan Ellis has been selected to play for Team Kentucky in the Football University Youth All-American Bowl. Ellis will be playing on the seventh-grade team, which will report for practice this weekend.

    The team opens play against Team Arkansas in Nashville on Saturday, Dec. 7. The other teams playing in Nashville will be Team Tennessee and Team Louisville, made up of players just from the Louisville metro area.

  • Lady Bearcats ranked No. 1 to start season

    The target on Anderson County's back just got much bigger.

    When the first major statewide girls' basketball poll came out Friday, Anderson was at the top of the Courier-Journal rankings. The Lady Bearcats were a solid, but not overwhelming, choice as the top team in Kentucky in a vote of the state's coaches.

    Anderson garnered 39 first-place votes, well ahead of second-ranked Elizabethtown, which picked up 15. Anderson defeated E-town last December in the Franklin County tournament.

  • COLUMN: Playoff crowds disappointing so far

    Psssssst. Did you know Anderson County has a really good football team?

    In case you missed it, and from the looks of the crowds at Hollie Warford Stadium the last three weeks, there is a chance you might have, the Bearcats have put together an impressive run of resilience to earn its second Class 5A, Region 3 football championship in the last three years.

    It just so happens those are also the only regional football championships in school history.