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Almost three weeks ago, the Indianapolis Colts came away from Nissan Stadium with a 34-17 victory that left a bad taste in the mouth of the Tennessee Titans and took the lead away from the Titans in the AFC South Division.

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The Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers basketball team started their 2020-2021 season by finishing second in the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota last week.

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WKU Hilltopper Basketball legend John Oldham — a fixture on The Hill as a player, coach and administrator — passed away on Nov. 23 in Bowling Green. He was 97.

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The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has voted unanimously to delay the start of high school winter sports to Jan. 4, 2021.

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The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats football team’s season came to an end as they lost in the opening round of the Class 4-A Region 1 District 2 UK Orthopedics Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl Football playoffs 50-28 to the Allen County-Scottsville Patriots.

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The Bowling Green Hot Rods are excited to announce the promotion of Kyle Wolz, who takes over as the team’s Assistant General Manager, and Holli Hawkins, who assumes the role of Creative Services Director.

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The Western Kentucky University football team’s offense only generated 10 points this past Saturday at Houchens Industries L.T. Smith Stadium at Feix Field but it was enough to snap their two game losing streak as they defeated the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles 10-7.

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Grain producers can improve their farm management skills by participating in a 4-session series that begins Nov. 24, 2020. UK Extension Specialists will teach all 4 of the 1 hour sessions. The program is being offered via Zoom computer technology. There is no cost to participate, but interes…

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Seven Kentucky county fairs boards were awarded more than $300,000 from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) for new construction projects, Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles has announced.

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As harvest draws to a close in many parts of the Commonwealth, those who live in rural areas may wonder, “what in the world do they do with all of those soybeans?” And that’s a great question. Most consumers can identify corn in the field, and some equate all corn with corn on the cob or oth…

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The window to apply for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s 2021 hemp licensing program will open Monday, Nov. 16, Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles has announced.

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The KHSAA notified schools this past Saturday morning that the start of the football playoffs will be delayed one week in an effort to provide schools and school systems time to review their situations and work with their health departments to determine the best course of action.

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The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats lost their regular season home finale this past Friday night at James “Shadetree” Mathews Stadium at Hugh Crowdus Field 41-14 to the Glasgow Scotties.

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In a game that was moved to Saturday morning because of inclement weather, the Franklin-Simpson Wildcats showed that their best defense was their offense as they defeated the Warren East Raiders 35-28 at Jim Ross Field.

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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ soccer team saw their season come to an end as they lost to the Barren County Trojanettes in the opening round of the 4th Region Girls’ Soccer Tournament at Warren East High School.

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The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats were eliminated from the 4th Region Boys’ Soccer Tournament with a 1-0 loss to the Barren County Trojans at Greenwood High School.

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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats were eliminated in the opening round of last week’s 13th District Volleyball Tournament at Logan County High School when they lost in straight sets to the Todd County Central Lady Rebels 26-24, 25-11 and 25-23.

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The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats boys’ soccer team won the 13th District Boys’ Soccer Tournament last week at Todd County Central High School in Elkton.

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The Wildcats’ offense ran for over 500 yards as they picked up their first district and regular season win with a 49-20 victory over the Warren Central Dragons.

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Join in on the Mammoth Cave Area Virtual Field Day that will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 27 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. This program will be held exclusively on Zoom video conferencing technology. The program is of no cost, but interested producers are required to pre-register. Participants will tour…

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Lady Topper Golf graduate senior Mary Joiner collected her eighth career Conference USA Golfer of the Week award, the conference announced Thursday. She holds the second-most weekly awards in C-USA history, just one shy of Abby Bools of East Carolina who won nine between 2006 and 2010.

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With the Breeders’ Cup World Championships less than a month away, horses coming out of races at Kentucky Downs were in the spotlight the past two weekends while taking prep races at Breeders’ Cup host site Keeneland, Belmont Park and Pimlico.

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The COVID-19 crisis has delivered a devastating blow to every segment of our society, and our nation’s agriculture sector is no exception. Our food supply chain has been tested; our rural economies are suffering; and our farmworkers are on the front lines of risk. The need for innovation and…

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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ volleyball team celebrated Senior Night last Thursday night at the F-S Gym.

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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ volleyball team defeated the Warren Central Lady Dragons in straight sets, 25-16 and 25-11, last Thursday night as part of Senior Night at the F-S Gym.

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The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats football team will play their third district game of the season when they play at the Warren Central Dragons this Friday night at Joe P. Hood Field at Dragons Stadium.

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Franklin-Simpson Wildcat golfers senior Dalton Fiveash and junior Chase Wilson finished their golf season last week at the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA Boys’ State Golf Tournament at the Bowling Green Country Club.

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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats shut out the Monroe County Lady Falcons 7-0 in their final home match of the season Oct. 1 at the F-S Soccer and Softball Complex.

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The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ soccer team lost their final two home matches of the season on Oct. 3 at the Wildcat Invitational at the F-S Soccer and Softball Complex.

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The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ football team lost their second straight Class 4-A Region 1 District 2 game of the season as they took the fight to the Russell County Lakers but wound up on the short end, losing 28-21.

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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats finished their season with an 8th place finish at the Region 3 Golf tournament last Tuesday at the Franklin Country Club.

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The Franklin-Simpson Lady Cats’ volleyball team lost in a grueling match with the Ohio County Lady Eagles in straight sets 25-14 and 28-26 last Tuesday at the F-S Gym where they honored and raised money for breast cancer.

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Franklin-Simpson Wildcats’ junior Chase Wilson has a flare for the dramatics. He needed a second sudden death playoff hole to defeat Bowling Green sophomore Charlie Rieber to win the 2020 Region 3 boys’ golf tournament championship at Crosswinds Golf Course last Monday in Bowling Green.

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Every year, National 4-H Week sees millions of youth, parents, volunteers and alumni come together to celebrate the many positive youth development opportunities offered by 4-H. The theme for this year’s National 4-H Week, Opportunity4All, is a campaign that was created by National 4-H Counc…

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Franklin-Simpson High School honored their senior band, cheer, dance and football players last Friday night at James “Shadetree” Mathews Stadium at Hugh Crowdus Field.

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4-H encourages young people to set and achieve their goals. To that end, the Kentucky 4-H Achievement Program was created to reward ambitious and accomplished young people throughout the state. In the highly competitive 4-H Achievement Program, young people receive recognition and prizes for…

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The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats split their final match play events of the season. Last Monday, they defeated the Logan County Cougars in a tri-match at Kenny Perry’s Country Creek Golf Course.