According to the on-line medical site, webmd.com, Louisville is in the middle of the country's top-ten locations for allergy-causing pollen.
“Run for the Roses” retains a solid place in the hearts of all faithful Kentucky Derby fans.
If you're born and bread in Louisville, you must certainly know something about picking Derby winners, right?
Horse lovers can now place bets on our premier stakes races online; and legally.
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The Walk/Fun Run will begin at 6 pm. The mini-festival and cookout will take place from 4-8 pm.
“Many guests to our community are surprised to find out that they cannot have a drink with their brunch,” said Blackwell. “This allows them to have that option on Sundays, too.”
The KHS history campus will be open for free all day (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.), with special activities 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Track officials have released a revised list of Derby and Oaks “Dos and Don’ts” – items permitted for patron carry-in to the track on those days and items that are banned
HYR baseball is for ages 5 and up. The player must 5 by May 11, 2013. Highland Youth Recreation is a recreational sports league offering Spring and Fall Soccer, and Summer Baseball, T-Ball, and Softball, for 36 years.
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