One of the most influential men in college athletics for almost 50 years was Jim Host, founder of Host Communications in 1972 who bought the broadcast rights to Kentucky football and basketball games in 1974.
An early morning storm Friday left damage and lost power in its wake in Providence.
Over five months after the tornado tore apart parts of Hopkins County, people are still working on picking up their lives. Its no different for one man from Barnsley and his beloved companion, a dog named Patches. The two narrowly survived the tornado, and they are still struggling to surviv…
Since the December tornado, Hopkins County has received help from many community organizations from across the United States.
Webster County Board of Education voted Monday to name Aaron Harrell as the next superintendent of Webster County schools. The vote was 3-0 as members James Nance and Jill Simpson were not present.
Meeting in a special called session of the Webster County School Board on Friday, board members reportedly voted to appoint Aaron Harrell as the next Superintendent of Schools, but the process by which they made that appointment may force the board to cast their votes again.
After a very successful first year, The Journal-Enterprise is kicking off its Readers’ Choice Awards for the second time this week. Voting is open from today through noon on May 26, and you will find your ballot at the back of today’s paper.
Kentucky’s Will Levis and Western Kentucky’s Jarret Doege were among the 45 college football quarterbacks invited to serve as camp counselors at the pres tigious Manning Passing Academy over the weekend at Nicholls State in Thibodaux, Louisiana.
Opponents and start times are subject to change/cancellation.
Webster County’s boys’ tennis team swept Ft. Campbell, and the girls’ squad lost just one match Thursday on the road.
Crittenden County pitching didn’t overpower Webster County Thursday, but the Rockets’s staff combined to allow just four hits to claim a 12-1 win in Dixon.
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