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Oct 09

KHSAA commish clarifies position on handshakes

First, for those who may choose to read no further, there has never been a ban or prohibition on postgame handshakes or other types of good sporting behavior by the KHSAA, its Commissioner or its Board of Control. Nor has such a ban been proposed. There is no ban or prohibition on such activity today …

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Sep 08

Cats turn attention to Louisville


Kentucky doesn’t have much time to celebrate a 41-7 win over Miami of Ohio. Minutes after giving Mark Stoops his first win as coach of the Wildcats and handing him the game ball, Kentucky turned its attention to eighth-ranked Louisville. The Cardinals soared past Eastern Kentucky 44-7 Saturday at Louisville’s Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Louisville …

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Aug 29

College football picks: Week 1

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Aug 12

Rose offers opinion on A-Rod and others

Major League Baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose was banned from baseball because of a gambling addiction. Rose offered his thoughts on the recent suspensions of players for their involvement with performance enhancing drugs. The following is a quote Rose used during the interview with Pittsburgh radio stato Pittsburgh’s 93.7 The Fan “And to be …

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Jul 30

College Football: Louisville picked to win league

NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) — Louisville is the overwhelming favorite to win the American Athletic Conference in its last season as a member of the league formerly known as the Big East. The Cardinals received 28 of 30 first-place votes from a media panel. Louisville moves into the Atlantic Coast Conference next season, but hopes it …

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Jul 03

Verizon offers Fourth of July apps on smartphone

If you’re like me, then you’re busy mapping out how to ensure you have the best July Fourth celebration, of all time. And of course you want to share it with all of your friends, providing them with up-to-the-minute updates through your smartphones or tablets. Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with must-have mobile apps …

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May 30

Verizon Nokia comes through at crunch time

It seemed like a normal day at the office on Wednesday morning. That was until our internet, servers and wire went down sometime early Wednesday morning. Not sure what caused the blackout, but the outage was restored by Thursday morning thanks to our awesome IT team at ACI. I always pack around the Nokia Lumia …

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Apr 28

Burkhead happy to be a Bengal

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Nebraska running back Rex Burkhead was drafted as the 190th overall pick in the sixth round of the NFL Draft Saturday. Burkhead, son of former George Rogers Clark and Eastern Kentucky University standout Rick Burkhead, has ties to Winchester. His mom Robyn, also is a graduate of GRCHS and his grandparents still reside in Winchester. …

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Mar 05

Finalists for Mr and Miss Basketball named

Finalists for Kentucky Mr. and Miss Basketball were announced this morning. The boys’ list includes: Dominique Hawkins (Madison Central), Omar Prewitt (Montgomery County), Darryl Hicks (Trinity), Rusty Troutman (Bullitt East) and Derek Willis (Bullitt East). The girls’ list features: Larryn Brooks (Madison Central), Chiina Dow (Christian Academy of Louisville), Makayla Eps (Marion County), Kyvin Goodin-Rogers …

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Mar 04

Boys Sweet Sixteen tidbits

Received this tidbit from reader John Lovell after the Madison Central Indians defeated Lexington Catholic to win the school’s fourth 11th Region title last weekend at Eastern Kentucky’s McBrayer Arena. “Ken-Jah Bosley is the grandson of the first African-American to play basketball on an integrated high school team in Richmond. Kenard Bosley was a junior …

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