Friday, August 27, 2010

Oh, Kentucky

Good jobs news from Bowling Green, Bowling Green again, Elizabethtown and Mount Sterling and potentially good jobs news for Louisville.

There was a ribbon-cutting yesterday for a new Madisonville business.

From the other side of the coin, the Central Kentucky News Journal reports that financing didn't work out for the Microhose startup and that they, consequently, have moved on from Campbellsville to Flagler County in Florida.

Here's Kentucky's energy infrastructure.

It would be so outstanding if Rod Stewart showed up at tonight's Rod Steward Tribute Concert in downtown Central City.

James Brandenburg with WBKO reports that Fort Campbell High School's Antonio Andrews has become the first Kentucky "Mr. Football" to play at Western Kentucky.

Speaking of former Fort Campbell Falcons, Micah Johnson and the Miami Dolphins have an exhibition game tonight with Atlanta. Omar Kelly in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel this week reported some Coach Tony Sparano comments that indicates that Johnson, J.D. Folsom and Austin Spitler each present compelling arguments for winning Miami's fourth inside-linebacker position and that special-teams work might end up being the determinant. And it's going to be tough to judge how Johnson fares on that score tonight because Sparano's evaluation in special teams has less to do with measurable tackle statistics than things like "blocks, not losing leverage, (being) good in coverage," Kelly Tweeted. Whatever, at least one blogger has Johnson making the final cut.

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