I grew up reading the sports pages of the “Robertson County Times” in Springfield, Tennessee every Wednesday and at some point in high school I discovered that telling stories through sports was my calling.
Crowds of children came to the La Grange branch of the Oldham County Public Library to meet some furry and not so furry friends as the library welcomed Amazon John from Silly Safaris. Silly Safaris, an Indiana-based group that specializes in live animal education programs, presented two shows in the library’s main branch on June 15.
In a La Grange City Council meeting that lasted four and a half hours, city council members expressed dissatisfaction with city administration. The mayor also had to vote two times to break a 4-4 tie on two agenda items: the 2016-17 fiscal year budget and a new stormwater ordinance adoption.
LOUISVILLE — Through all the plaques, all the state championship medals, all the regional and national records and events in which Grace Oglesby has so assertively swam her way through, none will come close to the worldwide significance of her next event.
Even though it is only two and-a-half hours away, I have not spent much time in Chicago. In 1974, I tagged along on a church youth trip chaperoned by my parents. I was only five, but I have some very distinct memories of that time.