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Need to relax? Go wade fishing

Just about any angler you talk to has some good stories and good memories of wade fishing in a river. To some anglers this is the best way to be as one with the outdoors. Once you enter the water and get deep enough to get used to it, you can really get the full experience of being in the […]

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Readers share ‘mulberry’ memories

Following is a text message I just received, bringing back memories of squirrel hunting in mulberry season. We will just call it “Paw and me.” It came from Mike Hardy out in western Kentucky. “My ‘Paw’, Doug Hardy, was my first hunting partner and he was my granddad, my dad’s father. I have never seen any hunter, before or after, […]

Wildcats set Sept. 3 for football opener


The University of Kentucky will open its football season on time but two days earlier than originally planned. The Wildcats were scheduled to open the season against Eastern Michigan on Sept. 5 but the contest has been moved to Sept. 3 at Kroger Field to accommodate a crowded weekend that includes the 146th edition of the Kentucky Derby slated to […]

UK’s Devin Askew impresses national writer

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National college basketball and football writer Aaron Torres recently had a chance to spend time with incoming Kentucky freshman point guard Devin Askew of California and came away impressed. Torres wrote the book “One and Fun: A Behind the Scenes Look at John Calipari and the 2010 Kentucky Wildcats” and now covers UK basketball and football for Kentucky Sports Radio. […]

Calipari: ‘Where I am now is based’ on trust shown by African-American families


John Calipari is listening and learning. The Kentucky coach took part in a discussion on race relations during a webinar sponsored by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He joined former Oregon coach Ernie Kent, Houston coach Kelvin Sampson and Ron Hunter of Tulane. Frank Martin of South Carolina and Pat Chambers of Penn State also were part of the […]

Gabby’s Fishing Fever

Bass starting to move around some

It is getting time for bass to move from the spawning to post-spawn and to start moving around to new areas. After several weeks on the nest the bass will begin to move out and look for new areas to feed and hold around cover of some form. Some will stay close to shallow water areas where they spawned and […]

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A lesson learned from squirrel hunt

We still have a few more days left in spring squirrel season. I guess this season, which ends June 19, is almost forgotten about, based on what I see posted and listening to hunters, most of whom are above 60 years old. Still, some of my favorite memories are built around this season. I love to “just ponder” and recall […]

NASCAR is back and fans may return soon


There is finally a break in this weird, new world of NASCAR after nine races over 16 days in three different states. Brad Keselowski lucked into a pair of wins, new favorite son Chase Elliott lost three races (but won one), and Kyle Busch ticked off his haters simply by being himself. Some rain interruptions aside, the racing has been […]

Analysis: NFL will play games after support/pressure applied

Call it support. Call it pressure. However you describe it, the NFL is going to get it regarding playing games on schedule. And barring a setback in the reopening of America during the coronavirus pandemic, the show will go on. Wisely, the NFL has taken baby steps toward some sort of normalcy. It has moved slowly in allowing a small […]

UK’s Jackson draws praise

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UK All-American puts college degree at top

His junior season he played with Spire Academy in Ohio, a team that featured guard LaMelo Ball and Rocket Watts. That left Isaiah Jackson to fill a role while Ball, who played overseas last year and should be a top five pick in the NBA draft, and Watts, who averaged 9.0 points per game at Michigan State last season, were […]

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