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Today's News

  • COLUMN: Cats or Cards? It only matters for a few hours Friday night

    Team unity or house divided?

    It could be both when we are talking about the senior class for the Anderson County girls' basketball team.

    Their high school careers ended almost two weeks ago, but that night, Makenzie Cann said they were “sisters.”

  • Anderson ladies have first home lacrosse match

    The Anderson County Lady Bearcats' lacrosse team played its first-ever home game Friday night, but suffered a 4-3 loss to Bryan Station in a match played at the Anderson County High School soccer pitch.

    Lacrosse is a new sport in Anderson County and is being organized as a club sport and not part of any school athletic department.

    The Anderson boys, also a club team, have been playing together for several seasons. Saturday, they routed host Elizabethtown, 16-1, as Thomas Barrett scored six goals.

  • Spring is (hopefully) here! Good fishing awaits at Taylorsville, Beaver Lake

    Happy spring, I think … maybe … hopefully!

    You just can’t be sure around these parts anymore as to whether or not spring is really here to stay or continues to tease.

  • Prater named Transy captain

    Anderson County resident Abby Prater has been named captain of the Transylvania University women's soccer team for the 2014 season.

    A senior, Prater was selected for the honor by her teammates and coaches.

  • Russell swings hot bat for Campbellsville

    Anderson County native Jacob Russell belted two home runs and drove in five for the Campbellsville University baseball team during Saturday's 10-1 win over Cumberland University at Lebanon, Tenn. Russell was swinging a hot bat through the series, going 3-for-4 with another home run in Friday's game, a 15-5 Cumberland win, and followed with a 4-for-5 day in Saturday's first game of a double-header.

    Cumberland rebounded to win the second game, 9-0.

  • Stung by last year's loss, Lady Bearcats shooting for state

    All anyone needs to know about why Anderson County's girls are picked as the team to beat by the Eighth Region softball coaches was on display two weeks ago in Diddle Arena.

    About 30 minutes after Anderson had been eliminated from the Sweet 16, the Lady Bearcats emerged from their locker room. Freshman Bailey Curry and sophomore Mia Aldridge were still crying and did not mind anyone seeing them in that condition.

    Now it's the same people but a different sport.

  • Janis Buntain, 57

    Janis Buntain, 57, Mt. Eden, died Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at her home. 

    Survivors included her husband, Larry Buntain; two sons, James Tyler and Christian Buntain; one stepson, Larry Buntain, Jr.; one stepdaughter, Juanita Buntain; and her mother, Frances Parsley of Indianapolis.

    Funeral services were Friday at Pleasant Hill Christian Church in Mt. Eden.  Burial was in Best Cemetery.

    Arrangements were by Webb Funeral Home.

  • Winchester man marks 105th birthday

    By Kendall Sparks

    KPA News Service

    Glenn Thornberry is, once again, thinking nothing of the milestone he hit March 13 — his 105th birthday.

  • Disappointment can be a blessing in disguise

    By Brian Owens

    Faith columnist

    I had accepted that my child would have Down syndrome, decided there was nothing in the world that could change my love for him. I had loved him from the moment I knew I was pregnant with him. Did I love him unconditionally? I did. But still. The pain was there.”

  • Tilling garden now gives head start to garden

    I know it’s March. Tournament basketball is on TV. So, where is that spring weather?

    Tomorrow is officially the first day of spring, and I believe we are all looking forward to a little more warmth.  But the “old man” just doesn’t seem to want to go. On the bright side, the Earth is shifting, so warmth will eventually get here. When the mercury does rise to the upper 90s and people start complaining, I’m going to speak two words to them. (No, not those two words.) I’ll simply say, “Beats winter!”