Today's News

  • From free rides to fledgling business

     Nineteen-year-old Autumn Judd drove her friends around Lawrenceburg so often that she began to feel like a cab driver.

  • EMS overdose calls down 20 percent last year

     The number of ambulance calls for drug overdoses declined nearly 20 percent in Anderson County from 2017 to 2018, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the problem is improving.

  • Lady Bearcats accomplish first step toward big goal

    For the fourth season in a row, the Anderson County girls’ basketball team will enter the 30th district tournament as the top dog.

    The Lady Bearcats locked up the top seed in next month’s district tournament with this past Friday’s 58-44 win over Collins. The win capped off Anderson’s regular season with a perfect 6-0 district record, which is the third consecutive season that the Lady Bearcats finished the regular season without a district loss.

  • Hyatt finds positives in loss

    Anderson County might not have won on the scoreboard in this past Friday’s game against Collins, but there were some things that the Bearcats did in that game that left head coach Bryan Hyatt feeling good afterwards.

    To start, Anderson County looked like the better team in the first quarter, outscoring one of the state’s top teams 15-7 after the first eight minutes. Collins clearly had the size and athleticism advantage, but the Bearcats were able to exploit Collins’ defense, something Hyatt hasn’t necessarily seen from this team yet this season.

  • A guide to picking your Super Bowl team

    It’s that time of the year again where no matter where you are from, you become a fan of one of the two remaining NFL teams for the next two weeks.

    This year’s cast to choose from is the Los Angeles Rams, and as always, the New England Patriots. Both teams are completely different in a number of ways, which makes picking a team to cheer for easy.

    You’ve got AFC vs. NFC, west coast vs. east coast, youth vs. experience and many more things that separate these two spectacular football teams.

  • Two seniors set for final home wrestling match

    On Thursday night, the Anderson County wrestling team will honor its two seniors, Cam Bixler and Joe Taylor, in the team’s final home competition of the season.

    Bixley and Taylor have had different journeys and experiences with Anderson County’s wrestling team, but both will be honored on Thursday night for the impacts and contributions they have made as a wrestler and as a teammate off the mat.

  • Britt performing well in difficult role

    When it comes to picking ‘the player of the game,’ people will typically go to the box score and pick the name with the most numbers next to it.

    However, box scores can occasionally be misleading, as sometimes the player who makes the biggest impact on the game makes very little, to no impact on the box score.

  • KHSAA makes postseason changes

    The football playoffs will look a little different starting next season.

    At the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s (KHSAA) first Board of Control meeting of 2019, the Board decided to change the format of the football playoffs to make it more cost-friendly and competitive. The Board also approved two new sites for the state softball and archery tournaments in the meetings.

  • Ousted chief, administrator file lawsuits against city

     The former police chief and city administrator removed from their jobs earlier this month are suing the city of Lawrenceburg to get them back.

  • ‘And oppose we will!’

     Opponents of what they contend is a planned adult book store in western Anderson County are hoping to run it out of business before it even opens.