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Today's News

  • Ironman Luncheon

     

  • This Week's HS Schedule

     

  • Toughness runs in family

    Carey Figg can remember the toughest days of playing football for coach Howard Schnellenberger’s Louisville teams.

    “There would be times where we’d go through a three-hour, full-contact practice,” Figg said. “And if (Schnellenberger) wasn’t happy with it, he’d whistle with his fingers and we’d line up and start practice all over again.”

    But it was that instilled toughness that Figg said helped carry his Cardinals to a 10-1-1 season in 1990 that included a 34-7 Fiesta Bowl beat down of Alabama.

  • College Fair Thursday

     

  • OC grads still dancing

     Two former dancers from Oldham County High School have gone on to  dance at college. Megan Barmantje (left) is now a dancer for Western Kentucky University. Caitlin Valentine (right) now dances at Northern Kentucky University.

  • Doing work that glorifies God

    A local fitness center offered $1,000 to anyone who could demonstrate that they were stronger than the owner of the center. The owner would squeeze a lemon until all the juice ran into a glass, and then hand the lemon to the next challenger. Anyone who could squeeze just one more drop of juice out would win the money. Weightlifters, construction workers, even professional athletes all tried, but nobody could win the prize.

  • UK football still has long road

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Building a college football program from the ground up is a tedious job.

    Putting one together takes vision, drive and an understanding of what you’re getting into. Kentucky coach Mark Stoops possesses all those qualities.

    Unfortunately it also takes a whole lot of patience, because things don’t just get better right away.

  • Dove season now open

    Few Kentuckians can remember a weirder summer, weather wise. Early mornings in mid-August so cool you could almost see your breath. Grass as lush and green as it is in late April lasting all summer long.

    Flooding conditions in July coupled with just a few days of actual Kentucky summer heat. This weather puzzles humans, but the doves don’t mind. They are plentiful statewide and provide plenty of opportunity for dove season which opened Sunday.

  • Webb makes impact

     

  • Demolition derby Saturday