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Today's News

  • Don’t like it? Do something about it

     Column as I see ’em ...

  • Sewer line, not annexation is city’s plan for Hazel Drive

     Mayor Troy Young laid to rest fears that the City of Lawrenceburg is eyeing Hazel Drive for annexation during a meeting last week at Wild Turkey Trace golf course.

  • Tickets on sale for Boots and Bourbon

     Slip on some Justins and grab your nearest Stetson because Nashville’s coming to Lawrenceburg this fall.

  • Health inspections

     From staff reports

  • Bearcats to face two district opponents this week

    The middle of the high school boys’ soccer season is here, which can only mean one thing.

    It’s time for some district games.

    Two of Anderson County’s four district games this season will take place this week, beginning with a game at Woodford County on Tuesday before hosting Spencer County on Thursday.

    The game at Woodford was originally supposed to take place on Aug. 27, but was delayed a week due to weather.

  • Bearcats hold on to beat Madison Central

    The Anderson County football team overcame a late comeback from the Madison Central Indians on Friday night to hold on for a 23-21 win.

    The win improves Anderson to 2-0 on the young season. The Bearcats had the lead for the entire game, but there were moments in the fourth quarter where the Indians had a real chance to steal the game.

  • School scare suspects freed without bond

    The suspects in Tuesday’s scare that temporarily locked down three schools were released earlier today on their own recognizance, court documents show.

    Zachary Gage King, 19, 101 Scott Court, and Kyle Isaiah Knight, 19 of 1001 Twelve Oaks Drive, who are each charged with second-degree disorderly conduct, a B misdemeanor, and third-degree criminal trespassing, a violation, were “administratively released” from the Shelby County Detention Center, records show.

  • Raising awareness on the course

    Before every home match, Anderson County girls’ golf head coach Robert Hanks gathers the competing teams next to the clubhouse for a pre-match meeting.

    Before he describes the course the players are about to play on or what pairing is heading to each hole, he makes note of the awareness board that’s placed up against the clubhouse wall.

    The awareness board has 15 small ribbons on it varying in colors and patterns. Each ribbon is a sign of support for various diseases and illnesses, and is something that can easily be pinned to a shirt or hat.

  • Duff wins Club Championship

    Rob Duff won this past weekend’s Club Championship at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course with a two-day score of 141 (one-under-par).

    Duff finished three strokes ahead of Lee Robinson, who was the runner-up for the tournament. Duff and Robinson were tied for first in the championship flight at the end of the first day of competition, but Duff shot a 70 (one-under-par) in Sunday’s final round to seal the victory.

  • Humane Society to host golf scramble

    The Anderson Humane Society will host the inaugural Putts, Paws and Purrs Golf Scramble on Sept. 8, and there’s still time for anyone interested to sign up.

    The deadline to register for the scramble, which will be hosted at Wild Turkey Trace Golf Course, is Aug. 31. It costs $50 per player to register or $200 per team.

    A team consists of four players.

    The registration fee includes a golf cart, green fees and a lunch, which will take place from noon to 1 p.m. the day of the tournament. The competition will begin at 1:30 p.m. with a shotgun start.