I’m joining the Courier-Journal’s Jennie Rees and other racing analysts for a fun day of racing and teaching about handicapping and wagering.
The Courier-Journal’s Jennie Rees has been honored by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association for media excellence.
Skip the malls for deals at the big box stores or keep it local with area boutiques.
"A man surrounded by wrapped presents, with an image of Christ behind him, contemplating his holiday shopping list and asking, 'Now, let's see, have I forgotten anyone?' It was drawn by the late Hugh Haynie, one of America’s preeminent cartoonists. And he was my friend."
In case you haven't noticed, WDRB's Bill Lamb likes making major statements, most of which he unloads on his "Point of View" news segments. But the biggest recent statement was snatching two top sports columnists Rick Bozich and Eric Crawford from the pages of the Courier-Journal.
“Bozich is a superstar,” he said. ”And Crawford is too. They’re the two most popular columnists left at the CJ.”
Kentucky Derby picks from media experts.
An electronic edition of the Courier was made available on the evil internet, and the publishers assure us that Friday's edition of the paper will be delivered at its normal time. Some may find this use of the electronic media a bit ironic.
The sad demise of a once-great newspaper. Not a pretty thing to watch.
Sources are telling Louisville.com that 50 employees have been laid off at the Louisville Courier Journal, in what seems to be a nationwide two percent staff reduction by the Courier's parent company Gannett.
Being of reasonably sound mind, and as susceptible to a John Wayne moment as the next guy, I find there are days when I actually feel the urge to run for high political office.
Courier-Journal turf writer Jennie Rees and husband and trainer Pat Dupuy hope to strike the wire first on Thursday, when their horse, Strike Impact, runs in Churchill Downs' fifth race.
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