Today's News

  • Marching into record books

    The Anderson County marching band marched right past last year’s state semi-final ranking, snagging seventh place out of 16 teams at the state contest on Oct. 29.
    The band was a point and a half away from the coveted fourth place spot and a place in the state finals, director Patrick Brady said.
    “For that fourth spot, everyone was battling for it,” he said.

  • Suspected hotel bandit: ‘That’s not me!’

    A Lawrenceburg man suspected in at least four area hotel robberies is proclaiming his innocence from behind bars.
    Bryan Springate, 34, of 1090 Dan Drive was hauled off to jail last Friday on several active bench warrants from Anderson County, but was slapped with four more warrants once he arrived at the Shelby County Detention Center.
    He has been charged in a string of hotel robberies stretching from Louisville to Lexington, during which police say he flooded public bathrooms in hotel lobbies to distract employees.

  • Questions and answers for modern gun deer season

    By Art Lander, Jr.
    Ky. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources
    Modern gun season for deer, the highlight of the fall hunting calendar, opens Nov. 12, 2011. Hunters often wonder about rules and regulations concerning deer hunting. Here are some frequently asked questions about Kentucky’s most popular big game hunting season:

    Q: Does modern gun season for deer open on Nov. 12 every year? 
    A: No. It opens statewide on the second Saturday in November. The actual date changes annually due to calendar shift. 

  • Bearcats win regular season finale

    LEBANON – Lexington on an August evening seemed so far from the football field at Marion County High School last Friday night but things had almost come full circle for Anderson County.

    “They have speed, speed and more speed,” Anderson coach Mark Peach had said in the days leading up to last week’s game. It was almost verbatim what he had said about the season opener at Bryan Station.

  • ONLINE EXTRA: Collins scores late to beat Bearcat JV


    Collins scored with 46.5 seconds to play to down Anderson County in the junior varsity football conference championship game Monday. The game was played at Daniel Field, long the home of the old Shelbyville High School teams.

  • Church briefs: 10-26-11

    Farmdale Baptist Church plans festival

  • Why isn’t the Bible good enough?

    Let’s have a conversation.
    I cannot understand why, for some people, the Bible simply isn’t good enough. After all, God was clear in his warnings about changing or adding to it, and the penalties for doing so are fairly stiff.  
    If you’re not aware of God’s warnings or penalties, please read on.  
    Now, I have attended church my entire life under the Christian faith.  
    My religious beliefs are based solely on the Bible written over a span of roughly 1,500 years, concluding in the first century.  

  • Junior Farmers of America officers
  • Five generations of the Gash family
  • Anniversary: Drury

    Paul and Peggy Drury of Lawrenceburg will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception at Timmy and Debbie Drury’s house on 1040 Searcy School Road from 1-4 p.m. on Nov. 5.
    They were married Nov. 10, 1961. Their children are Timmy (Debbie) Drury, Jeff (Nicole) Drury, and Paula (Chris) Hayes. Their grandchildren are Miranda, TJ and Emily Drury; Matt, Granville and Ally Hayes; and Christa Hayes Naylor. They have one great grandchild Hayden Naylor.
    All friends and relatives are invited. The couple requests no gifts.