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Today's News

  • Arredondo makes history at state

    LOUISVILLE – Junior swimmer Riley Arredondo achieved something no other Bearcat had accomplished at the KHSAA Swimming State Championships last Friday, as he qualified for the final in the 500-yard free and went on to place 15th in a personal best time of 4:53.88.

    Arredondo became the first Anderson swimmer to reach a final at the state meet with a 4:54.29 performance in the prelims, which was also a personal best at the time, placing him 14th.

  • Outdoors in the Bluegrass stays close to roots with jersey

    As The Outdoors in the Bluegrass TV Show gears up for its third season, they had one goal in mind for the jersey design, and that’s to make it local.

    The cast, featuring a local family from Lawrenceburg that has helped develop the show to the massive audience it has today, has a jersey designed for every season. When the custom apparel company came to Tyler Feaster, one of the show’s founders, with an initial jersey design, he knew immediately that it was the one.

  • Hyatt reflects on first season as head coach

    In the days following the Anderson County boys’ basketball team’s district semifinal loss to Spencer County, head coach Bryan Hyatt thought about two things: the game itself and what he was going to do with his free weekend.

    This past weekend was the first weekend in which Hyatt had no plans centered around basketball, so he took his family on a weekend trip to Gatlinburg.

  • KHSAA makes changes to postseason golf

    At a recent KHSAA Board of Control meeting, the Board made a number of changes to the high school golf season, such as approving a new region alignment and cutting the number of competitors that can compete at the state championships.

    Anderson County’s boys’ and girls’ golf teams were placed in the fourth region among 20 other teams as a result of the realignment. In order to qualify for state, teams must place in the top two at the region tournament.

  • 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.