Louisville, a tournament contender? Story by: George Herbig Sitting at 16-6, in fourth place in the ACC, and trending in the right direction, should we consider Louisville to be a quality contender?  As everyone knows by now, David Padgett has taken over the program after an alleged “pay-to-play” scandal involving the former head coach, Rick…

Hardin County Schools Represented at Archery Nationals Congratulations to the Hardin County students who will be advancing to the NASP Archery Nationals tournament. Schools from all across the state competed against one another in the Archery State Tournament on April 1st, and Hardin County Schools have eight schools advancing to the National Tournament. These schools…

BBB warns college basketball fans of ticket scams By Julia Rose – WHAS  LOUISVILLE, KY.(WHAS 11)–‘Tis the season for college basketball and “bracketology” but unfortunately it’s also the season of scams.  Representatives from the Better Business Bureau say they see a lot of people tricked into buying fake tickets come tourney time and offer tips…

15 Super Bowl Snacks Worth Feasting On By: Melissa Harrison with Buzzfeed Staff Well, January is finally over; and now that we’re rolling into February, that can only mean one thing, Super Sunday is almost here! For those of you who don’t know, Super Sunday is the official day of the Super Bowl, where this…

We found a couple articles and resources today about Mitchell Henry and his recent diagnosis of AML. Mitchell Henry was a four-year letterman, he appeared in 47 games with 22 starts during his time at Western Kentucky University. He was born in Lexington and went to Elizabethtown High School.

Read this blog post to learn more about Mitchell’s story and condition. Our prayers are with the Henry family.