Jacqueline Zeller

Students With a Goal Helping Young Adults With Education and Jobs

October 19, 2015

Within the Anderson County Adult Learning Center right off East Woodford Street near the railroad tracks is a very special program that aims to help students and young adults finish their education and get a good job.  Called Students with a Goal, or SWAG, the program aims to help young adults that are 17-24 years […]

Much Smoke, Mud, and Fun at Truck Tug

October 18, 2015

A cold night did not stop the many people who braved the weather to enjoy the truck tug this Saturday. The Kentucky Truck Tuggers held their Tug of War event yesterday at the Anderson County Park. With tires digging deep into the soil and smoke rising into the air, the contestants drove their trucks as […]

Bearcat Pride Received $10,000 Donation from Ishmael Family

October 17, 2015

Last night, right before the half time performance from the ACHS Marching Band during the Bearcats football game, the Ishmael family donated $10,000 to the Bearcat Pride Foundation for the construction of a new multi sports field with artificial turf which will replace the current high school football field.  Dutch Ishmael was the high school […]

Anderson Tries But Loses Against Montgomery

October 17, 2015

Last night was the second to last home football game for the Anderson County High School Bearcats.  They faced off against a similarly matched Montgomery County for a cold night of high school football.  Both teams’ offense had issues during the first quarters of the game, with a number of fumbles and generally sloppy play.  […]

ACHS Marching Band Celebrated Senior Night

October 17, 2015

Last night, right before the start of the Anderson County High School Bearcats football game against Montgomery County, the Marching Bearcats celebrated all their graduating seniors.  The band was also in top notch form throughout the night, playing the National Anthem, playing during parts of the game when the Bearcats scored, and performing during half […]

The Bourbon Chase Runs Through Lawrenceburg

October 17, 2015

People from around the world gathered yesterday and today for a unique race here in Kentucky.  The 7th Annual Bourbon Chase is a two day overnight relay race covering over 200 miles that runs along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail taking it through 12 communities and 6 distilleries. With almost five thousand participants in four hundred […]

Charlie Cammack Presented History of Lawrenceburg to Senior Center

October 16, 2015

Last week, as part of the Anderson County Senior Center activities, Charlie Cammack, Vice Chairman of Farmers Bank and also on the board of directors of the Anderson County Economic Development Authority, gave a presentation about some of the history in Lawrenceburg. For many of the seniors, this discussion brought back lots of wonderful memories. Charlie […]

Health Dept Brings Back Diabetes Support Group

October 16, 2015

Anyone who is diabetic knows the challenge of controlling the disease and the risks of all the complications that can occur from it.  Because of this, the Anderson County Health Department has restarted a diabetes support program to help residents of the county manage their diabetes and help prevent further problems.  Registered dietitian Terri Phelps […]

Lady Bearcats Soccer Team Take the District Title

October 15, 2015

The Anderson County High School Lady Bearcats soccer team played tonight for the 30th district championship against Collins.  The game started slow with neither team scoring for a good part of the first half.  Collins, however, drew first blood and scored the first and second goals.  The Lady Bearcats then came back with a goal […]