January 27, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Teacher’s son not your average recruit

Vaught’s Views

Kentucky is one of the schools pursuing 6-9 junior Jarred Vanderbilt, who is only 16 years old and ranked as one of the top 10 recruits in the 2017 recruiting class.  “He’s going to be really special at the next level,” Victory More...

Struttin’ Time:

Vest rose in price from $30 to $299.99

In 1991, Mimi and I went to a hunting and fishing show in Lexington. What caught my eye was a vest to wear while turkey hunting that, when placed on the ground, made a chair.  More...

Gabby’s fishing fever

Smaller baits catch bigger fish now

This is the time of year when it’s best to fish smaller baits such as jigs, tube baits, crank baits and spoons, along with bladed baits such as the silver buddy.  All the baits I mentioned above come in regular and smaller versions. More...

Teammates are stats leaders

Jenkins Lady Cavliers teammates Alexis Stambaugh (14) and Whitney Creech (5) are among Kentucky’s statistical leaders through 18 games of girls’ high school basketball. More...

State won’t fight tax break for Ark park

LOUISVILLE Kentucky officials won’t fight a federal court ruling that supports giving a tax incentive to a Christian theme park featuring a 510-footlong Noah’s Ark. More...

Is UK now ‘getting it?’

Sports in Kentucky

Eureka moments are part of most every basketball season. It’s why we pay attention to witness when a jumble shows signs of “we get it” and starts becoming a team.  For fans, makes-my-day magical. More...

All 3 series to end in Miami

NASCAR has always been known as the one sanctioning body in all of professional sports that is quick to make any changes that it feels is necessary to improve the sport for both the teams and fans. More...

Lexington mayor to challenge Paul for seat in Senate

FRANKFORT  Lexington Mayor Jim Gray filed to run for Rand Paul’s U.S. Senate seat this week, giving Paul a viable challenger and complicating his bid for re-election as he lags in the polls in his presidential campaign.  More...

Alpha bosses get gold mine; miners, retirees get the shaft

Here’s a little story about corporate America.  It’s about how the capital class benefits, and workers get screwed, no matter the circumstances.  It is depressing, if utterly typical. More...