Lee County and Owsley County played one another for the second time in five day and just like last week’s game in Beattyville this one was close and down to the wire.
Sports trivia lovers will be put to the test starting January 15 with an online University of Kentucky Basketball trivia contest. Produced by the University Press of Kentucky and online store The Uncommonwealth of Kentucky, the 25-question trivia quiz will award the top three scorers with …
It was a very close game last Friday night as the Lee County Bobcats hosted the Owsley County Owls. It came down to seconds in the 4th quarter with the Owls winning 64 -61.
If you plan to attend the Lee-Owsley double-header tonight at LCMHS, please know that the safety of everyone in attendance is of our utmost importance. In order to do this, we ask that each fanbase remain on the designated side of the gym.
Recognized as a stalwart defender of the Second Amendment on Capitol Hill, Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise is being recognized as the “Gun Rights Legislator of the Year” by the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today announced that Washington Free Beacon writer Stephen Gutowski is this year’s recipient of its “Bill of Rights” award.