Friday, March 21, 2014

Oh, Kentucky

Good jobs news from Murray and environsShepherdsville and West Paducah.

"It's a big change from the outsourcing days" at GE Appliances in Louisville.

"Hailed for his uncanny ability to joke about the little things in life that relate to audiences everywhere," Jerry Seinfeld will now see how all that goes over in Richmond.

The KHSAA board of control got together yesterday (probably only half paying attention while they were repeatedly refreshing the HP to follow our Mustangs' unfolding upset of Wayne County in the state boys' basketball tournament) and approved the following shifts in classes among various football teams:  Fort Thomas Highlands (13-2 and 4A state runnerup in 2013), Nelson County (8-4) and Covington Catholic (10-3) want to shift from Class 4A to 5A; Oldham County (2-9), Louisville Fern Creek (6-5) and Edgewood Dixie Heights (8-4) want to shift from 6A into 5A; Covington Scott (7-4), Hopkinsville (4-7), Logan County (0-10) and both East (1-9) and West Jessamine (4-7) of Nicholasville want to shift from 5A to 4A, and Ohio County (2-8), Union Cooper (3-8) and Hebron Conner (8-4) want to shift from 5A to 6A. Also interesting from the data linked here: McCracken County reportedly has more boys than all but eight public high school in Kentucky and 402.75 fewer than tops-in-boys Louisville Saint Xavier. Low-for-boys statewide? Fulton City, at 51.75.

WKDZ celebrates the state-champion Arrowcats.

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