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Today's News

  • Sand Spring to host quartet Sunday

    Common Bond, a southern gospel quartet from Mt. Sterling, will be in concert Sunday night, Feb. 20, at 7 at Sand Spring Baptist Church.
    The church is located at 1616 Harrodsburg Road in Lawrenceburg. 
    Everyone is welcome, organizers said.
    A love offering will be collected.

  • Sand Spring to offer money management course

    Sand Spring Baptist Church will host Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University beginning Sunday, Feb. 27 at 5:45 p.m.
    The university is a 13-week course that “teaches families and individuals common-sense principles like how to make a plan with their money so they are able to free themselves of debt and build lasting wealth,” according to a news release.
    Ramsey is a personal money management expert and his course is made up of 13 lessons taught on DVD by Ramsey that will “change the way you handle your money,” the news release said.

  • COLUMN: Forgiving and forgiveness linked

    Feb. 6 marked the centennial of the birth of our 40th president, Ronald Wilson Reagan. A few years ago I read the then newly released The Reagan Diaries (HarperCollins, 2007), the edited personal daily entries of President Reagan, which he maintained during his eight-year presidency. One of the most interesting entries is the one from March 30, 1981 (the day he was shot by would-be assassin, John Hinckley):

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  • Young teacher’s death ‘shocking, scary’

    The sudden death of a 29-year-old teacher with flu-like symptoms has medical officials scrambling to figure out what killed her.

  • Principal pleads guilty to DUI

    Anderson County Middle School Principal Gina Fultz did not appear in court last week as she apparently entered a guilty plea before her scheduled court date.
    A representative from the Madison County district court clerk’s office confirmed Monday that the Feb. 8 court date for Fultz had been deleted and that there was a guilty plea in her DUI case.
    Calls to the Madison County Attorney’s office Monday afternoon for more information were not immediately returned.

  • Campaign sign limits now ‘dead’

    “Dead” is how Judge-Executive John Wayne Conway described his proposed ordinance that would have restricted the length of time campaign signs could be displayed before and after elections.
    Conway said he killed the proposed ordinance despite getting it approved on first reading during a previous fiscal court meeting.
    The ordinance would have allowed campaign signs be present only 45 days before and seven days after an election, an idea that wasn’t sitting well with some and in Maryland had been declared unconstitutional.

  • Rural polling spots restored, for now

    Four rural polling places were given a reprieve from their death sentences during Friday’s meeting of the Anderson County Board of Elections.

  • Head Start coworkers remember ‘great teacher, person’

    About 11 months ago, two women stood at the door of Rhonda Napier’s home getting ready to ask a favor of a woman they knew would help them in anyway she could.

  • Seven Bearcat wrestlers qualify for state

    CECILIA – The rankings meant little to Anderson County wrestlers on Saturday.

    While few gave the Bearcats much chance of making much noise in the Region 2 Tournament, held Saturday at Central Hardin High School, Anderson defied the rankings, qualifying seven wrestlers for the state meet.