February 22, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Recruit should do well at point guard

Vaught’s Views

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is the only player in Kentucky’s 2017 recruiting class who is not a five star recruit. More...

A tough night awaits this hunter

Struttin’ Time:

We are on our third installment of following “Hoss” Collins, his fight against multiple sclerosis, and his urge to be back hunting and fishing.  More...

A Monster year begins

It has only been three months since the checkered flag waved ending the 2016 Sprint Cup season, but during that span the series now has a new name, new point system, new race format, new inspection procedure and a new damaged vehicle policy. More...

LCC wins district tourney opener

Letcher Central’s Austin Caudill fires a three-pointer in the Cougars’ district tournament win over Cordia Tuesday evening. More...

Big fish caught at Jenkins Lake

Joshua Bentley of Neon Junction landed this monster fish Tuesday at Elkhorn Reservoir in Jenkins. The fish, a 28-pound grass carp, was released safely back into the pond. More...

Torell Carter is 14th Region’s nominee for Ky. Mr. Basketball

Letcher County Central’s Torell Carter and Estill County’s McKenzie Flynn have been announced as the 14th Region’s candidates for the Kentucky Lions Eye Foundation’s 2017 Kentucky Mr. and Miss Basketball.  More...

Gabby’s fishing fever

Several nice bass being caught now

All this warm weather has got everyone ready for spring and ready to go fishing.  I have seen several reports and pictures of some nice bass caught this year, some out of lakes and a few from rivers. More...

Lady Cougars take tourney game

Jenkins’ Kaylee Bentley and Letcher Central’s Shelby Hall fight for the ball in the cross-county rivals’ matchup Tuesday in the 53rd District Tournament at Knott Central. More...