Monday, August 16, 2010

Oh, Kentucky

Former Fort Campbell HS Falcon Micah Johnson (photographed) had three tackles, including two of Miami's four tackles for loss (TFLs) and one quarterback hit (QH), in the Dolphins' 10-7 exhibition victory over Tampa Bay on Saturday night. A.J. Spitler and J.D. Folsom, who are believed to be Johnson's primary competition for a roster spot, recorded four tackles and one tackle, respectively; neither had a TFL or QH. "I felt [LB] Micah Johnson out there," Dolphins coach Tony Sparano said. "I thought he did a good job at times. Now, there are some things that we need to work on with him, but I thought he did some good things." The Heath Post jumped on the Johnson-is-a-Dolphin bandwagon immediately upon his signing with Miami as a free agent, and now the mainstream media is coming around, too.

Boyle County is well-healed for another Class 4A championship chase.

Kentucky high-school football starts Friday, and Danville's Sam Harp will be shooting for career coaching Victory 300.

Mississippi Public Broadcasting fired a Lexington son of a preacherman for forwarding to a newspaper an internal email about the decision to cancel Fresh Air.

Community forums on public education in the state are scheduled for 6 Central tomorrow evening in Paducah, Owensboro, Bowling Green, Elizabethtown, Louisville, Highland Heights, Lexington, Somerset, Prestonsburg and Ashland. KET's coverage begins an hour in.

Fifteen teams of filmmakers in Paducah are getting some sleep between wrapping up their work Sunday and screening Tuesday.

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