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Today's News

  • Bearcat road to state final could be tougher under proposed alignment

    It is never an easy path to get to a state championship game, but Anderson County football might have it even tougher if a proposed realignment is adopted.

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association released a new football alignment proposal during the Board of Control meeting last Tuesday. The alignment, if adopted, would be in effect for the 2015-2018 seasons.

  • Cann, McKee named to Kentucky All-Star team

    Anderson County High School girls' basketball players Eriel McKee and Makenzie Cann have been named to the Kentucky All-Star team that will play Indiana in a two-game series this summer.

    The Kentucky roster was announced last Thursday. Cann and McKee joined 10 other players from around the state on the team. They are the first girls from Anderson County to be named to the Kentucky All-Stars since the girls' game began in 1976.

  • Christian Academy student vaults over adversity

    If determination was part of the gymnastics rotation, Briana Charles might ring up a 20.0.

    On a 10-point scoring scale.

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg freshman decided nothing was going to stop her from competing at the state gymnastics meet last month. She was rewarded with a state championship in the vault in the Training Level 6 competition.

  • Lady Cats can be 'scary good'

    Anyone who remotely follows high school softball knew Anderson County could be good – make that very good – this year.

    The Lady Bearcats returned virtually the entire cast from a team that went 24-10 and pushed Oldham County to the limit in Eighth Region semi-final round in 2013. That 4-2 decision was the only time Oldham, a team that won two games at last year's state tournament, was even threatened in its march to the Eighth Region championship.

  • Anderson athletes sign with area colleges

    Anderson County High School athletes recently made their college choices known.

  • Moore's best, red-hot Vest lead Lady Bearcats past Collins

    It was one of those nights when Moore was, well, more for Anderson County.

    And Moore definitely meant less for Collins.

    Anderson sophomore Ally Moore turned in one of the finest pitching performances of her career, limiting a good-hitting Collins team to four hits while striking out eight and walking none as the Lady Bearcats rolled to a 5-0 win in a 30th District game last Wednesday.

  • Jail log for April 16, 2014

    The following people were arrested and transported to jail April 1-11, according to Anderson County Jailer Joani Clark.

    April 1

    Bear Norton for DUI 1st and operating on a revoked or suspended license by Lawrenceburg Police Department.


    April 2

    Bertha Sutton for receiving stolen property under $10,000 by Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

  • District court docket 4-16-14

    Judge Tom Lively heard the following cases during Anderson District Court proceedings on March 20, 2014.

    Donald W. Jones, arraignment, possession of marijuana, buy/possess drug paraphernalia – pleaded guilty, sentenced to 15 days to serve (concurrent), $100 to Anderson County Drug Interdiction Fund, $353, installment/deferred payment Oct. 30.

    Jordan C. Lewis, hearing, license to be in possession, possession of marijuana, buy/possess drug paraphernalia – jail credit $50 per day for fines and costs.

  • Jesus had a bride all right: the church, for which he gave his life

    By Brian Owens

    Faith Columnist

  • Church news briefs for April 16, 2014

    Women’s spiritual seminar planned

    The Lawrenceburg United Pentecostal Church, located at 113 Dogwood Dr., Lawrenceburg KY 40342, invites women of Lawrenceburg for a daylong spiritual seminar Sat., May 24, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The event will feature international speaker Vicki Richardson and fun and relaxing breakout sessions. One of the sessions is a pottery class taught by Susan Burge of Elements Pottery. The cost for the event is $35 by Wed., April 30, or $50 at the door.