Today's News

  • Current Lady Bearcats defeat volleyball alumni

     The Anderson County High School volleyball team hosted its inaugural Alumni Game on July 21. The current Lady Bearcat team defeated the alumni team, winning the five-game set, 3-2.

    The current team win the first two games 25-12 and 25-17 before the alumni rallied for a 25-23 win in the third game.

    “By game two, the alumni team had kind of worked through all the bad plays and were playing pretty well,” Anderson coach Courtney DeLong said in a release.

  • Police chief refutes woman’s coercion claim

    The Lawrenceburg Police Department had nothing to do with a defendant’s claims that police coerced her at gunpoint and threatened to take away her children if she didn’t admit to a crime.
    That’s the stance being taken by acting Lawrenceburg Police Chief Chris Atkins, who refuted an article in last week’s edition of The Anderson News which accurately reported on a motion filed in District Court that accused his department of coercion.

  • B-double-E-double-R-U-N Beer run!

    A man went on a beer run at a local supermarket, and then allegedly ran off with the booze.
    Rodney Daniels “JB” McClanahan, 26, of Cynthiana, snatched two 18-packs of Bud Light beer cans and took off running into the Walmart parking lot last Wednesday afternoon with a store manager chasing him on foot, according to a report filed by the Lawrenceburg Police Department.
    According to city police officer Josh Satterly, McClanahan threw the beer up against a fence on U.S. 127 Bypass and fled into the nearby Burger King restaurant to hide.  

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  • Your money or your life!

    Police are searching for a suspect who robbed a maintenance worker last Saturday morning at an apartment complex on Smither Drive.
    Victim James McMurray of Frankfort told police he was getting some tools out of a pickup truck when a man walked up behind him, stuck a blunt object in his back and threatened to kill him if he didn’t hand over some money.

  • COLUMN: Olympics just can't grab my attention this time

     I know I am probably in the minority but I just can't get my red, white and blue blood too worked up over the Olympics.

  • Did it for Dawson

     The Anderson County 10-and-under baseball all-stars took first place in the Do It for Dawson Tournament, held recently in Taylorsville. The tournament helped raise money for a 10-year-old boy in Spencer County who has been stricken with brain cancer. Team members are, front row, from left: Reece Reynolds, Bailey Turner, Brady Klink, Dylan Stephens and Ryan Wells. Second row: Brendan Klink, Tyler Rice, Jaggar Gillis, Zackary Labhart, Sam Harrod and Chase Smith. Back row: Coaches Jake Turner, Bubba Rice and Brian Klink.

  • Public can help researchers monitor the health of Kentucky’s deer herd

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    Wildlife watchers can help researchers track and monitor the health of Kentucky’s deer herd.

    “For years, the Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study Group has tracked outbreaks of EHD – or epizootic hemorrhagic disease – in deer,” said Tina Brunjes, deer and elk program coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “The public can assist researchers by reporting sick animals and pinpointing locations.”

  • Top Martial Artist

     Darren Gaebel, a member of Lawrenceburg Martial Arts, recently competed in the North American Grappling Association's competition held in Columbus, Ohio. Gaebel won a gold medal in the adult grappling division and a silver in the masters' division and will receive a national ranking based on his performance at the event.

    The NAGA is the world's largest mixed grappling circuit. The organization claims to have over 160,000 competitors worldwide.

  • GOLF: Anderson golfers looking to take next step

     Over the last few years, Anderson County has been a slice here, a bogey there from advancing to the state high school golf tournament. It would be safe to say the Bearcats are looking for straighter drives and a much stronger short game to take that next step, a step Anderson has not taken since 1994.