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Today's News

  • Lady Bearcats capture fourth straight district title

    TAYLORSVILLE – The Anderson County girls’ basketball team won its fourth straight 30th District championship on Saturday night with a 62-47 victory over Collins.

    The Lady Bearcats led throughout the game, with the lead staying in the double digits for most of the second half. This is the 10th time in the last 11 years that the Lady Bearcats won the district title.

  • Two hurt when car slams Fish and Wildlife truck on U.S. 127

    Two people were injured and a Kentucky Fish and Wildlife officer was unharmed when a vehicle slammed into the officer’s pickup truck Friday night on U.S. 127 in Lawrenceburg.

    Officer David Goodlett was pulled off the side of U.S. 127 North and standing near his pickup after spotting a fire in the median when a car slammed into the truck.

  • Lady Bearcats beat Shelby to move to district final

    TAYLORSVILLE – The Anderson County girls’ basketball team cruised past Shelby County in the 30th District Tournament semifinals on Wednesday night, beating the Lady Rockets 73-29.

    The win advances Anderson to its 14th straight district title game, where they’ll meet the winner of the other semifinal matchup between Spencer County and Collins. The win was an all-around effort from the Lady Bearcats, as 10 players scored everyone on the roster got some minutes.

  • Soup a perfect meal on those cold Kentucky days

     Soup a perfect meal on cold Kentucky days

  • Maddox and Temple National Merit Finalists

     Compiled by Janie Bowen

  • PJ Washington’s case for SEC P.O.Y.

    Ever since Tennessee surpassed expectations last season and became a competitive basketball team, these Tennessee vs. Kentucky battles have been some of the more entertaining games.

    Part of that is because of the rivalry going on between PJ Washington and Grant Williams in the paint.

    The two players are virtual basketball player clones. They’re both 6’7” small forwards with a very versatile skillset, featuring an arsenal of post moves and a touch of shooting form behind the three-point line.

  • Arredondo to swim at state championships

    For the second consecutive season, the Anderson County swim & dive team will have a swimmer compete in the KHSAA State Swimming Championships, which is this upcoming weekend in Louisville.

    Junior swimmer Riley Arredondo qualified for state in the 100-yard butterfly and the 500-yard free at the 6th Region Championships two weeks ago. This will be Arredondo’s second trip to the state meet, as he qualified last year with his brother, Reece Arredondo, as a sophomore.

  • Mat Cats struggle at state

    LEXINGTON -- This past weekend, the Anderson County wrestling team competed at the KHSAA Wrestling State Championships, but did not perform the way they had hoped.

    Five Mat Cat wrestlers competed in different weight brackets, but only one advanced far enough to compete on the second day of the championships.

  • Lady Bearcats set for postseason run

    After posting a 24-6 record in the regular season, the part of the season that the Anderson County girls’ basketball team has been looking forward to all year long is finally here: the postseason.

    The Lady Bearcats will begin their run through the postseason on Feb. 20 with a 30th District Tournament semifinal matchup against Shelby County. The game will kickoff what the Lady Bearcats hope to be a long postseason run, ending with a trip to Rupp Arena.

  • Adult bookstore opponents prevail as commission rejects zone change

     It will now be up to the Anderson County Fiscal Court to decide if a zoning change requested by the owners of a planned adult bookstore will be allowed.