It was another banner year for area sports teams, filled with dazzling individual accomplishments, deep postseason runs and one historic team state championship.
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…
DAYTON, Ohio – Skyelar Potter found himself in early foul trouble, then got creative in helping Wright State earn a home victory Tuesday night.
Raymond “Butch” Lehr is Kentucky Downs’ new track superintendent, enlisted to oversee the care of the unique turf course following the retirement of Ron Moore.
Bowling Green resident Greg Purpus was recently named the chief operating officer of the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame and Museum in Elizabethtown.
The shot of cold that greeted Kentucky earlier in November pushed many waterfowl into the state, which should portend a great opening to the waterfowl hunting season Thanksgiving Day.
Reservoir smallmouth anglers are a weird lot. They dangle tiny little hair jigs under bobbers in air so cold ice forms in the guides of their rods. They think the best late fall fishing days feature leaden, low skies, light rain and highs in the 40s.
Two-time Kentucky Derby-winning trainer Doug O’Neill’s entries Legends of War and Stubbins finished one-two in the Thursday’s Grade 3, $500,000 Nevada State Bank Franklin-Simpson Stakes at Kentucky Downs in Franklin.
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.
The sun sets earlier each day and the kids are back in school. Summer is all but over. This inevitability prompts many to visit lakes, rivers and streams to get in that last weekend of the summer boating season during the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Kentucky Downs’ four opening-day stakes attracted a total of 236 nominations, ranging from 53 for the $750,000 Tourist Mile to 70 for the $500,000 Gainesway Juvenile.
The inaugural Mason Cup was so successful that it seemingly took priority over every other golf-related goal Canon Claycomb set for the next year. Put into perspective his summer of top-10 finishes in the premier junior events in the United States and abroad, and it shows Claycomb’s focus re…
The Bowling Green East All-Stars ended their trip to the Little League Baseball World Series on a high note Monday, beating Australia 4-1 in a consolation game to close out their tournament appearance in South Williamsport, Pa.
A once-in-a-lifetime filly born in Warren County has been immortalized by the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.
Bowling Green East manager Rick Kelley speaks to the media following their 2-1 loss to Minnesota in the opening round of the Little League Baseball World Series.
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.