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July 17, 2015

Ohio UK Convention to pay tribute to Cat Trackers founder

Ryan Clark 6:00pm July 17, 2015 7/17/15 Comments Disabled

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For decades, Kentucky fan Jan Pfeffer organized trips taking UK supporters across the world. The name of their group? The Cat Trackers. No game seemed out of reach, and bad weather be damned. The Trackers would pile on to a bus and head out. New York. The SEC Tourney. Hawaii. No trip was out of the…

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November 21, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: Go Bananas In Fulton County!

Corey James 3:30pm November 21, 2014 11/21/14

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Hey there! Feels like I haven’t seen you in forever. That drive down here took longer than I thought. But we’ve arrived, so let’s pick up where we left off and talk about our next stop on this county road trip … Fulton County!     Sitting at our westernmost point, Fulton County was established…

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September 2, 2014

Kentucky On The Rise In ESPN’s SEC Power Rankings

Andrew Cassady 10:00pm September 2, 2014 9/2/14

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Week 1 of the 2014 season is in the record books and the SEC has already been shaken up a bit. South Carolina was shocked at home when their defense was exposed by Texas A&M’s Kenny Hill. Vanderbilt let out a clunker against Temple at home in the rain. Georgia unleashed Todd Gurley on Clemson…

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July 30, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: Come Spend A Day At Fayette!

Corey James 4:21pm July 30, 2014 7/30/14

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Welcome back everyone!  I feel like this is the third or fourth county I’ve called my ‘home away from home’ but having lived here for the last 10 years, I guess it’s just home. Take a seat and let me give you the tour of the green pastures and white picket fences that make up…

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July 24, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: Let’s Go To Monroe!

Corey James 7:00pm July 24, 2014 7/24/14

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Hello ladies and gents. Did you enjoy Pikeville? Me too. Let’s grab a Diet Dew and hit the road, as we have about 4 hours ahead of us on the Hal Rogers Parkway. Monroe County, here we come!     Founded in 1820, Monroe County is named after the 5th president of these United States,…

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July 16, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: There’s Nothing Quite Like Pike County!

Corey James 6:00pm July 16, 2014 7/16/14

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Welcome back folks.  It’s been a while since we visited our last county, and it was a pretty long drive from Western Kentucky.  But we fought through it and have officially landed in Pike County.  Let’s take a look …     On our furthest eastern tip is Pike County, founded in 1821.  Pike is the…

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July 2, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: Let’s Make A Stop In Hopkins

Corey James 3:15pm July 2, 2014 7/2/14

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Hey there.  How you feeling after all that bourbon in Bardstown?  Sunglasses and Advil.  Well it’s time for another stop.  Let’s jump on the Western Kentucky Parkway and head over to our next stop on the Tour de Kentucky … Hopkins County!   Formed in 1807, Hopkins County was named after Revolutionary War and War…

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June 27, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: Nelson County

Corey James 8:00pm June 27, 2014 6/27/14

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And we’re back!  How was your lake time?  Did you get burnt? Me too.  Well, it’s time to stop lounging around and talk about something productive, like bourbon.  I’m going to warn you now, I love me some bourbon so get used to that theme.  Let’s hop on 27 North, then over to 150 West…

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June 25, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: Pulask-me About Pulaski County!

Corey James 7:00pm June 25, 2014 6/25/14

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Welcome back everyone!  Hope you all are having a relaxing week.  You’re going to need it with where we’re heading.  Let’s jump on 75 south for a couple hours and pop over to my home away from home, (What Up Woodson Bend!), Pulaski County!     Founded in the winter of 1798, Pulaski County was…

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June 19, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: I Campbell-leive I’m in Campbell County!

Corey James 9:30pm June 19, 2014 6/19/14

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And we’re back. Did the Budget Inn have a nice breakfast spread?  Didn’t think so. Okay, this is a big trip. Make up the guest room mom because we’re going to jump on KY-7 north and head to the top of the state and my home county, Campbell! Located in the northern tip of the state,…

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June 13, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: Magoffin Wonder About Visiting Magoffin County

Corey James 7:00pm June 13, 2014 6/13/14

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Welcome back ladies and gents. You all catch that last episode of The Bachelorette?  No?  Me neither, guess it was only you Flener.  Anywho, time to hop on 65 North and catch the Mountain Parkway east as we head to our next stop … Magoffin County! Sitting in the heart of eastern Kentucky, Magoffin County and…

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June 10, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: You’ll Find A Pal In Allen County

Corey James 9:00pm June 10, 2014 6/10/14

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Welcome back folks!  Hope you all enjoyed your stay in Adair County.  Did you eat too much?  I know I did.  Now let’s hop on the Cumberland Parkway and head southwest to our next stop on this county tour, Allen County! Founded in 1815, Allen County was named after Colonel John Allen.  Allen was born…

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June 6, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: A-dair You To Not Love Adair County

Corey James 4:00pm June 6, 2014 6/6/14

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Welcome friends to the second of what will hopefully be 118 or so more editions of KSR County Spotlight. Way back in 2008, while probably needing some filler posts thanks to Billy Clyde, Matt had the idea of highlighting every county in our beautiful state. Giving it the old college try, he made it all…

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June 4, 2014

KSR County Spotlight: 10 Awesome Things About Danville and Boyle County

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 8:00pm June 4, 2014 6/4/14

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Over the summer, we’re going to do what we set out to do so many years ago: shine the KSR spotlight on every county in the state of Kentucky. Well, probably not every county, but it’s a noble idea, right? Tonight, I’m kicking things off with my hometown, which is particularly appropriate since I’m headed…

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