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Louisville Appeals Part Of NCAA Ruling

The University of Louisville has until August 9th to file its written response to the NCAA Infractions Committee. Louisville will do so and will appeal the financial penalty and the vacation of records ordered in June by the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions. 159 more words

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Meet the teachers: Eric Burse, iPad video and media law

We’re resisting the urge to say that he’s back … but he is. And we couldn’t be happier.

Eric Burse, one of our most popular instructors, will return for a fourth year at Newsroom by the Bay this summer to teach iPad video and a new seminar on media law. 160 more words

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Louisville Newspaper Causes Controversy

One day after the video of a United Airlines passenger getting dragged off a plane surfaced, the Courier Journal chose to focus on the past of the victim. 307 more words

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Butler girls stay No. 1 in Litkenhous Ratings

The Butler High School girls basketball team kept the No. 1 spot in The Courier-Journal’s Litkenhous Ratings released Tuesday.

The Bearettes are 30-2 after beating Moore 81-20 on Monday in the quarterfinals of the Sixth Region Tournament. 609 more words

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Scott County stays No. 1 in boys Litratings

The Scott County High School boys basketball team kept the No. 1 ranking in The Courier-Journal’s Litkenhous Ratings released Monday.

The Cardinals (27-5) will take a 15-game winning streak into their 11th Region Tournament quarterfinal against Frankfort on Thursday. 596 more words

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Male's Harbison tops All-7th Region girls team

ALL-SEVENTH REGION GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM

Players listed in order of total votes received from coaches

Player           School      Ht.      Yr.      PPG

Ciaja Harbison     Male      5-5      Jr.       13.2… 111 more words

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Butler's Penn leads All-6th Region girls team

ALL-SIXTH REGION GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM

Players listed in order of total votes received from coaches

Player                School         Ht.      Yr.      PPG

Jaelynn Penn      Butler           5-9     Sr.      14.8… 137 more words

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