The Eagles (0-1) suffered a heartbreaking setback last Saturday in the season opener against Pulaski County in Berea.

The Model Laboratory boys soccer team suffered a pair of tough setbacks last week — a one-goal loss to a district rival followed by a blowout defeat less than 24 hours later.

LAUREL COUNTY - On Friday, a Laurel County grand jury returned an indictment against the 89th District's State Rep. Robert S. Goforth on strangulation and assault charges stemming from an incident in late April.

LEXINGTON — After a 48-14 loss last week in their season-opener at home against Clinton County, the Berea Pirates (0-2) knew they were up for another challenge on Friday against Sayre in Lexington.

BEREA — Jayden Cunningham provided a much-needed spark for the Pirates with an impressive display of strength and determination.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The smell of barbecue wafts through the parking lots hours before kickoff at Arrowhead Stadium, and when the first salvo of fireworks explode overhead, thousands of Chiefs fans begin to march en masse toward the entrance gates.

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Officials with the Richmond Little League are moving forward -- cautiously -- with a plan they hope will lead to the return of youth baseball this summer to Lake Reba.

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Madison County Youth Football League officials are optimistic that their teams will be able to get onto the field, safely, this fall.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Secretariat is the early 7-2 favorite for this weekend’s virtual Kentucky Derby, an animated race between all 13 Triple Crown winners on the day the Derby would have been held before the coronavirus pandemic postponed it.

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On Monday afternoon, Governor Andy Beshear recommended that students not return to in-class instruction this school year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Former EKU softball player Stayce Toups has traded her glove for a mask and gown to help combat COVID-19.

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With high schools, colleges and professional sports stopping or postponing play because of COVID-19, it has brought a screeching halt to sporting events.


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