A Harris Poll told us last week that college basketball not only ranks last among America's favorite sports, but is favorite sport of only three per cent in USA.
Adolph Rupp just turned over and groaned. But, here in God's meadow where Kentuckians boast back-to-back national championships, we know better.
And last weekend provided us a few gems to savor.
Never, never be afraid to do what’s right,
especially if well-being of a person or animal is at stake.
Society’s punishments are small compared to wounds we inflict
on our soul when we look the other way.
– Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. King’s words resonate still. And, all the way to my profession.
Kentucky hunters took 20 bears during the 2013 bear season that concluded this past December. This season introduced an expanded bear hunting zone as well as an archery and crossbow season.
Both the firearm and archery/crossbow bear seasons received a 10-bear quota for the 2013 seasons for a total of 20 bears. Hunters can now hunt bears in 16 Kentucky counties, up from four counties in 2012.
Bobby Petrino seemed truly grateful for a second chance last week as he was introduced, again, as the head football coach for the University of Louisville Cardinals. He should be.
The man who left Louisville for the NFL with little warning and in a manner that rankled most Cardinal fans, stood before a crowded press conference as a humbled man who now speaks as though Louisville will be his final destination. If so, the trip he took getting here couldn’t have been more bumpy.
On Sunday, Jan.12, the Spencer County youth wrestling team returned to North Oldham Middle. This meet put the Bears up against teams from North Oldham, Warren County, North Hardin, Fern Creek and many more.
After a long holiday stretch of road games and tournaments, the Spencer County Bears returned home for two games over the weekend. While they suffered two losses, the first game offered a glimpse of promise as the Bears went toe-to-toe against a quality team in Thomas Nelson.