Some thoughts on the “news” of the day (at least Tuesday’s), and what most have to be asking themselves. Will we soon be taking new steps in affirmative action?
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George Jones lived hard, drank hard, and was smart enough to know…that the people who loved his music, admit it or not, were those just like him.
To those who believe that high school sports is just not fair enough in terms of expectations and playing time, heaven forbid your darlins’ find out what life’s like at the next level…where “you tried” just isn’t good enough.
Two weeks is too soon to give up on the Reds. But Bruce, Votto, and company would do themselves a favor by simply taking what the opposition is willing to give.
Expecting the worst over a recent column on the economy and its impact on school funding, I found my sitting down with Covington superintendent Dave Larson to be anything but!
The baseball season’s first big brawl proves that emotionalism trumps what we demand in the name of professionalism in sports…nearly every time!
Once again our sensitivities to a good media story have led us to forget that what’s said in a figurative sense between a group of game officials has nothing to do with reality…or even integrity!
Rated by many as loaded…one of the two best teams in major league baseball for 2013..on opening day the Reds eerily reminded me of the Reds of last October.
People howl over his opinionated self-righteousness and call him classless for his comments and candor. If you’re one of them I say…Charles Barkley’s got you right where he wants you.
In one of its annual rites of the state tournament, the OHSAA honors five of the state’s best “all-time” on Championship Saturday at Value City Arena.