Today's News

  • City Council notebook

     Uptick in welfare check calls.

  • Who will be the Last Shooter Standing?

     Saturday’s Law Enforcement Shootout for Erica will do more than settle if the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office or Lawrenceburg City Police has the best team of shooters.

  • Litkenhus attends leadership conference

     More than 250 Kentucky women in agriculture, including Anderson County’s Sue Litkenhus, in gathered in Lexington this past weekend for the Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Women’s Leadership Conference in Lexington.

  • Crumbling school to be torn down

     After years of dedicated effort, the Anderson County School Board finally abandoned its battle to save the old Glensboro schoolhouse Monday night. 

  • Mayor: Get the ‘L’ out of here

     Say goodbye to the “L.”


     Anderson County School Board members butted heads Monday night over a proposed approval for the notoriously dysfunctional high school soccer field. 

  • Why the SEC Tourney matters

    By now you’ve probably heard John Calipari talk about why he thinks the SEC Tournament is a waste of time for his team in one of his press conferences.

    ‘This won’t influence our NCAA Tournament seeding’ or ‘this is just something to distract us from the big dance’ are things that Calipari has said in the past about the conference tournament, and will likely say again.

  • Defense the key for Anderson baseball

    As the weather starts to show signs of spring, it means baseball season for the Anderson County Bearcats is near.

    After a winter full of snow days and practices spent indoors, the Bearcats are now a few days away from their season opener against Mercer County, which will take place in Harrodsburg on March 18 at 5:30 p.m. From there, Anderson will play in its home opener against Franklin County on March 19 at 5:30 p.m., followed by another road game at Western Hills the next day at 5:30 p.m.

  • Lady Bearcats balanced with experience and newcomers

    Anderson County softball head coach Jeff Hawkins learned a lot in his debut season as head coach of the Lady Bearcats last year, and now he’s ready for year two.

    One thing that will make his sophomore campaign easier for him is his mix of upper and underclassmen. Typically people would assume that the juniors and seniors would play over the little guys, but Hawkins doesn’t believe that to be the case heading into the start of the season.

  • Bearcats’ quest for winning season begins next week

    The boys’ tennis season for the Anderson County Bearcats is days away, and the Bearcats are hoping to build off of what was a successful season last year.

    In 2018, Anderson posted a winning record under fourth year head coach Seann Speray. This year, the Bearcats return six players from last year’s squad, and they hope to post another winning season in 2019.