CRESTWOOD – As soon as Kaci Currens connected, it was a no-doubter.
The Anderson County eighth-grader belted a monster grand slam in the bottom of the first that was the spark for the Lady Bearcats' 8-1 win over 32nd District runner-up Simon Kenton Monday night in the opening round of the Eighth Region softball tournament at South Oldham High School.
TAYLORSVILLE – Madison Brummett had never pitched 10 innings in a varsity softball game before last Tuesday night, but after battling to a 7-4 win over Collins, she could only smile and say, “My arm feels great.”
“It always feels a little better when you win,” laughed Anderson County coach Brian Glass.
Especially when that win is in an elimination game of the 30th District Tournament and is against the same team that eliminated Anderson in the same round a year ago.
The library board of trustees unanimously voted to approve its final budget for the upcoming fiscal year with a few changes to its April draft.
Director Pam Mullins increased anticipated carryover for reserves for the next year by $100,000, bringing the total amount from $1.9 to $2 million.
The amount of anticipated revenue, mostly garnered from the library’s property taxes, remained the same at a budgeted $1.336 million, $1.3 million of the total anticipated to come from tax receipts.
A Lawrenceburg man was jailed and held without bond last week on charges that he stole items from a Harrodsburg store before leading police on a chase that lasted nearly half an hour.
Corey Lynn Hopper, 22, of 1408 Riley Road, was spotted on surveillance video shoplifting $44 worth of items from a Walmart store and was detained by store employees, according to a news release from the Harrodsburg Police Department.
Police said Hopper had 10 active warrants for his arrest when he was finally caught about a mile and a half from the store.
The dollars being discussed were in the millions, and flashed across the school board’s dazzling array of big-screen TV monitors faster than Facebook’s stock price fell on its second day of trading.
The school board never blinked Monday night while hearing about an eye-popping plan that calls for spending in excess of $23 million in proposed building plans and improvements.