Tod Lanter has no regrets about his three years at UK and finds it amusing that there is even a Twitter account about his biceps, something he says could only happen at Kentucky. (Clay Jacksonemail@example.com)
Because his father, Bo, played at Kentucky, senior Tod Lanter knew a lot about what to expect when he transferred to UK?for his final three years as a walk-on player for coach John Calipari.
s been great for me. He (Bo) has been there every step
Hal Morrisfirstname.lastname@example.orgMercer County's Lyric Houston and the No. 6 Titans will now play a 12th Region semifinal against Lincoln County at 2 p.m. Saturday. Wednesday's snow storms forced the postponement of the 12th region Tournament, as well as most other regional tournaments around the state.
The snow and ice which moved into the area Wednesday disrupted the boys and girls 12th Region tournaments. The boys tournament at Lincoln County, which was to have began Wednesday, will instead play the first round on Friday and Saturday evenings. Th
The Dix River was running wide and strong Wednesday afternoon, near the Garrard County line in Lincoln County. The river had flooded into multiple farm fields, but had not gotten near the roadway yet.
A storm sewer manhole overflows with runoff in downtown Stanford Wednesday afternoon.
Undefeated through 30 games and ranked No. 1 in the country from the beginning of the season, the Kentucky men
s basketball team has semifinalists on the lists for both the Naismith Trophy Men
s College Player of the Year and the Naismith Men
Water was rising nearly to the roadway along Ky. 300 in between Stanford and Moreland Wednesday afternoon.
Saint Asaph Creek in Stanford was overrunning its banks Wednesday afternoon, covering a portion of Third Street.
Information will be posted here as Lincoln County weathers the most recent round of hard-hitting weather to pass through Kentucky.