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  • Lady Bears rally for 5-4 win...

     

  • COLUMN: Kentucky will dance with...

    Kentucky and Wichita State “... is like a heavyweight title fight,” a television analyst marveled.
    Stylish too. Spiced by UK’s 54 per cent shooting, exquisite decision-making and, for Big Blue Nation, the answer to a question being asked back home last Sunday.
    A Wildcats’ fan, who knew what analyst Seth Greenburg meant when he said three weeks ago, Kentucky, “... is painful to watch.”
    Last Sunday the same fan turned to a friend and said, “Who ARE those guys?”

  • COLUMN: It's dance time and...

    To say the men’s NCAA Tournament is wide open is like saying Russ Smith won’t take more than 10 shots in the next five minutes ... wherever he is.Pairings for Kentucky three entries? Thumbs up from here.
    Louisville as a four seed and Kentucky eight seed in the same bracket is “they don’t like us,” work of the demons of bracketology, right? With bracket-maker conspirators.The “we was robbed!” whine from U of L fans about a four seed? Ignore it. The defending national champions’ perch is perfect.

  • Myers honored for career with...

     

  • Spencer County Bears open season...

     

     The Spencer County Bears split two games last week as they opened the 2014 baseball season. The Bears hosted Louisville Seneca on a windy Friday afternoon and dropped a 7-4 decision. On Saturday, the boys traveled to Warsaw where they scored a 5-3 victory over Gallatin County in eight innings. The boys were scheduled to be back home Wednesday against Fairdale. They will be at Bullitt East on Thursday, at Trimble County on Saturday. 

  • Youth football Spring Fun Camp...
  • COLUMN: Hoping for a better day...
  • COLUMN: March, I love it. Don...

    Bone chill mornings, big winds, mud and potholes, daffodils and chapped lips. But indoors: Dance time with verbs, going somewhere. 

  • PHOTO: Blythe participates in...

     

    Spencer County student Sebastian Blythe holds the title for Spencer County out Heavyweight Champion. Blythe placed second in the state in the Kentucky Youth Wrestling Tournament. The tournament was held in Lexington at Alltech Arena Horse Park on Feb. 24. He as lead by his coaches Scott Thompson, Desmond Nelson, Eric Walker, Bill O’Neal, Patrick Maines and Chris Price. 

  • PHOTO: Five sign with...

     

     Five Spencer County High School Lady Bear soccer team seniors recently signed letters of intent to play for Campbellsville University. Pictured in back, from left, are Superintendent Chuck Adams, Athletic Director Mark Marksbury, assistant coach Jon Jaggers and head coach Troy Stevens. Pictured in front, from left, are seniors Shelby Lurie, Madison Ratchford, Taylor Brian, Allie Stevens and Hannah Robards.