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Today's News

  • ‘Playing like a girl’ takes whole new meaning in Anderson County

    We’re proud of Anderson County High School girls’ sports teams who racked up several accolades this year, giving a new meaning to the terminology “playing like a girl.”

    Here are just a few of the’ teams that have performed exceptionally well this season.

    Lady Bearcats basketball ranked among the top three in the state all year and as high as number one at times.

    They won the region for the second consecutive year and got to the Elite Eight of the state tournament.

  • I like being blessed, just not when I sneeze in a meeting

    Today, a hodgepodge of thoughts.

    It’s spring and you’d think it’s August and the ragweed is blooming.

    I’m sneezing my head off, wiping my nose raw and daubing the tears from my eyes, sometimes because of the allergens that are viscously attacking me and other times because I’m just sad that my annual allergy season has been expanded by a few months.

    Still, I never forget that many people have year-round allergy symptoms and I typically only suffer through ragweed season.

    I’ve been blessed, I suppose.

  • Unsolicited advice from a Type A, overachiever

    I remember my first journalism class with Joseph Boyce, former senior editor of the Wall Street Journal.

    One of the first things he said to us is, “the Midwest is the land of good enough.”

    I was enraged.

    “Good enough? Who does he think he is,” I thought.

    I was a straight A student who also worked a full-time job to pay rent and support myself. Good enough wasn’t in my vocabulary.

    As the years went on, I understood the weight of his words.

  • Minimum wage sucks!
  • Homemade repellents are easy

    Happy June! Summer is practically here and I am loving it! Gorgeous green with bright colored flowers and gobs of gardens sprouting up food! What’s not to love?

    OK, so there are a few drawbacks to summer.

    When I’m driving home in the evenings and pass a newly cut lawn, I smell watermelon. It makes me so hungry. I can live with that one. The only other drawback, for me, is the bug population.

  • Global distiller will build full-scale bourbon distillery in Shelby

    Kentucky Press News

    Gov. Steve Beshear has announced that Diageo plans to build a 1.8 million proof gallon distillery in Shelby County.

    The $115 million investment will create about 30 new jobs.

  • District Court Docket 06.04.14

    Judge Tom Lively heard the following cases during Anderson District Court proceedings May 12.

    Christopher E. Heimann, disposition, license to be in possession – dismissed.

    Horacio C. Hernandez, arraignment, no operator/moped license, failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security – continued to May 19.

    Miquel Hernandez, disposition, no operator/moped license, failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security – continued to May 19.

  • Parker is accused of having meth, not stopping for emergency vehicles

    Hollie T. Parker, 28, of 3384 St. John’s Rd, Frankfort KY 40601 was indicted on a host of charges, including possession of a controlled substance 1st degree, by the Anderson County Grand Jury May 20.

    Parker was charged with having methamphetamine, which is a Class D felony.

    He was also charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicants, operating a motor vehicle on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and failure to give right of way to an emergency vehicle.

  • Grand Jury indicts Cox for burglary and public intoxication

    Donald B. Cox, 47, of 1139 Versailles Road, Lawrenceburg KY 40342 was indicted by the Anderson County Grand Jury May 6 on one count of second-degree burglary, two counts of third-degree burglary and one count of public intoxication for an incident that occurred around Feb. 3, 2014 in Anderson County, according to Anderson Circuit Court records.

    Trooper L. Welch of the Kentucky State Police charged him.

    The following people were also indicted May 6 by the Grand Jury, according to Anderson Circuit Court records.

  • Jail Log 06.04.14

    The following people were arrested and transported to jail May 15-30, according to Anderson County Jailer Joani Clark.

    May 15

    •Brett Goodrich for criminal trespassing 3rd and alcohol intoxication by Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

    May 16

    •Cecil Herrell for 2 counts failure to appear in court or pay fines by Kentucky State Police.

    •Tami Amburgery for diversion violation by Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.