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Today's News

  • Cotton's vision for county: Growth, prosperity

    Republican candidate Noal Cotton has spent his whole career, about 25 years, in public service to Lawrenceburg and Anderson County.

    If elected as county judge-executive in November, current city maintenance supervisor Cotton said he would channel that same dedication to serve voters and address the needs of Anderson County.

  • Mount Eden breeder agrees to give up 28 dogs; 129 others remain kenneled on property

    By Phyllis McLaughlin, Landmark News Service

    With help from the Henry County animal control officer, 28 fewer dogs are living at Matrix Kennels on Laura Pope’s property in Mount Eden.

  • A team and their fans

    Anderson County had one of the largest cheering sections at the Girls' Sweet 16 last week in Bowling Green. Many of the Bearcat faithful shared their their feelings about the Lady Bearcats' quest for a state championship with Anderson News staff member Tamara Smith. Even though they fell short of their goal, Lady Bearcat fans still held them as No. 1 in their hearts.

     

  • CAL wins middle school tourney, wraps up 24-1 season

    The Christian Academy of Lawrenceburg’s boys' middle school basketball team recently completed its season with a 24-1 record, including winning its six-team invitational tournament.

  • Isaacs signs with St. Catharine

    Anderson County High School senior Carrie Isaacs signs to play soccer at St. Catharine College last Monday. Those attending the singing ceremony at the high school included, front row, from left: Malinda Gabbard, parent, Carrie Isaacs and Jim Gabbard, parent. Back row: St. Catharine assistant coach Katie Walker, St. Catharine head coach Paul Patton, Anderson County High School girls' soccer coach Jason Earnest, principal Chris Glass and athletic director Rick Sallee.

  • Girls' Sweet 16 photos from Progressive Studio

    Photos of Girls' Sweet 16 action from Progressive Studio.

  • McKee selected as MVP

    Anderson County's Eriel McKee was selected as the Kentucky National Guard's Most Valuable player of the Lady Bearcats' opening round win over Meade County. McKee scored 25 points and had 11 rebounds and four assists as the Lady Bearcats advanced with a 75-51 win Thursday night.

  • Cann named to All-Tournament team

    Anderson County's Makenzie Cann was named to the Sweet 16 all-tournament team following Friday's loss to Elizabethtown. Cann scored 24 points in the opener against Meade County, but was held to eight points against the eventual state runner-up. Others named to the team by the tournament coaches were Essence Gray of Danville; Dee Givens of Lafayette; Marshall County's Bailey Greer; and Haley Sue Foutch and Alex Young of Ashland Blazer.

  • Anderson All-stars ready for action

    The Anderson County youth basketball all-star teams are ready for action.

  • COLUMN: A joy to watch

    For five years, I've had the good fortune to witness excellence in the making.

    Like a whole bunch of people from Anderson County who occupied Diddle Arena in Bowling Green last week, and a lot more who were not able to attend Thursday or Friday, I just wanted to see that excellence on display two more times.

    Unfortunately, it didn't happen that way for the Lady Bearcats.