The Christmas holiday provides most of us some much-needed days off and time with family and friends, but sometimes, it is nice to escape from all of the food and festivities and stretch your legs. For those who need to relax and get away for a bit, Kentucky’s wildlife management areas (WMAs…

Western Kentucky had six players score in double figures to beat Marshall 91-84 on Saturday in the second meeting with the Thundering Herd this week.

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After averaging 11 runs per game in the Great Lakes Regionals, Bowling Green East could not get the bats going in the opening round of the Little League World Series. Minnesota committed 4 errors, but Bowling Green was only able to manage two hits in a 2-1 loss.

The five-day meet at Franklin's Kentucky Downs is officially the RUNHAPPY Meet at Kentucky Downs following a sponsorship agreement with Houston furniture magnate Jim McIngvale, owner of the former sprint champion and current stallion Runhappy.

The Bowling Green East 11- and 12-year-old All-Stars are headed to the championship game of the Great Lakes Regional Tournament after a come-from-behind 5-3 win Thursday over Bay City (Mich.) Northwest Little League in Westfield, Ind.

The Bowling Green East 11- and 12-year-old All-Stars rolled in its opening game of the Great Lake Region Tournament – downing Silver Creek Little League from Sellersburg, Ind., 15-4 in four innings Monday in Indianapolis.

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Southern Kentucky Static ’08, a 10u fast-pitch softball team based in Bowling Green and made up of players from Bowling Green, Scottsville, Burkesville, Pleasant View (Tenn.) and Pulaski (Tenn.), went undefeated in the USSSA National Championship played July 7-13 in Destin, Fla. Facing teams…

Pitchers Camden Page and Mason Cosby combined to allow only two hits in six innings as Warren County South opened play in the Little League 9- and 10-year-old All Stars state tournament with a 5-0 win over Ashland on Saturday in Prestonsburg.

The constant heavy rain systems that plagued Kentucky all spring and early summer finally abated over the past few weeks. For the first time in two years, the brown, withered grass of late summer is a common sight in Kentucky. Usually, cracked ground and crunchy grass signal potential drough…