November 24, 2003
Ryan Adcock says he's just a guy with an acoustic guitar. But it's still rock and roll music he plays, he adds. "Stylistically, my music is not different from a lot of solo, acoustic, 24-year-old guys," Adcock says. "Lyrically, it's a little bit set apart. I have some unique thoughts rolling around in my head and spilling out through the microphone. " Adcock brings his thoughts and sounds to the Centre College campus Dec. 2. He says he got into playing the guitar when he was 8, but isn't sure what spurred him to pick up the instrument.
May 6, 2013
Cincinnati cornerback Mike Edwards, a four-star prospect, says he continues to “just wait out and enjoy the recruiting process” while contemplating where he'll eventually play his college football. The 5-11, 175-pound cornerback from Winton Woods High School has offers from schools such as Nebraska, Illinois, Vanderbilt, Louisville, Missouri, West Virginia and Kentucky. He's considered the No. 17 prospect in Ohio by Scout.com and the top cornerback prospect. Kentucky already has five verbal commitments from Ohio players in the 2014 recruiting class and there was speculation that Edwards was set to commit also only to have his high school coach and parents nix him committing to any school so early.
October 14, 2007
CINCINNATI (AP) - Brian Brohm threw three touchdown passes and made a gutsy, game-turning 51-yard completion Saturday night, rallying Louisville to a 28-24 victory over No. 15 Cincinnati. With Louisville's Big East title chances on the line, the senior quarterback with the pro-style touch made the big plays and avoided interceptions against a defense that led the nation in coaxing them. Brohm's daring 51-yard completion to Harry Douglas set up the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter, completing a comeback that might have saved Louisville's season.
January 10, 2007
Results from the Pepsi Wrap-Up Invitational Friday through Sunday at Keating Natatorium, Cincinnati: BOYS Ages 8 & Under 25 freestyle - 1. Jackson Haltom 16.08; 2. Sawyer Ransdell 16.23. 50 breaststroke - 1. Sa. Ransdell 48.96; 4. Haltom 51.39. 25 backstroke - 1. Haltom 21.21; 2. Sa. Ransdell 21.50. 100 freestyle - 1. Sa. Ransdell 1:22.90; 3. Haltom 1:24.23. 50 butterfly - 1. Haltom 42.28; 2. Sa. Ransdell 49.77. 50 freestyle - 1. Sa. Ransdell 36.43; 2. Haltom 36.55.
July 16, 2007
NEW YORK - Oliver Perez was back on the mound for the New York Mets, and for one afternoon at least, their offense showed signs of returning to form, too. Jose Reyes homered, Perez won in his return from the disabled list and the Mets got another big hit from Lastings Milledge in a 5-2 victory Sunday over the Cincinnati Reds. Reyes connected for the second time in the series, helping the Mets take three of four from Cincinnati. The NL East leaders, who have won eight of 10 at home, remained 1 1/2 games ahead of second-place Atlanta.
May 12, 2013
Drew Barker admitted six months ago that he didn't see any scenario where he would be coming to Kentucky after being ignored by former coach Joker Phillips and his staff. “But (Kentucky coach Mark Stoops and his staff) did a complete 180, and you can obviously see that by me committing to them today,” Barker said Friday after picking the Wildcats over South Carolina and Tennessee. Among the offers the Conner quarterback had were ones from Illinois, Louisville, Mississippi, Miami, Mississippi State, Purdue and Cincinnati.
April 24, 2008
Melvin Ewell Saylor, 69, of Cincinnati, Ohio, died Sunday, April 13 in Cincinnati. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he was born March 6, 1939 to the late George C. and Melinda Eller Saylor. He was an Army veteran. Survivors include two brothers, Solomon Saylor of Atlanta, Ga., and Orville Saylor of Cincinnati, Ohio; and one sister, Mary Sue Saylor of Cincinnati, Ohio. Funeral services were April 18 at McKnight Funeral Home in Crab Orchard with Bro. Dan Gutenson officiating.
May 22, 2008
Daryl R. Robbins, 43, of North Hwy. 1247, Science Hill, died Monday, May 12 at his residence. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he was born Aug. 25, 1964 to the late Waylen and Jeanine Schnabel Robbins. He was a truck driver for Budweiser. Survivors include three sons, Brandon Anderson of Oneida, Tenn., and Nick and Justin Robbins, both of Cincinnati, Ohio; one daughter, Nicole Robbins of Cincinnati, Ohio; former wife, Teri Robbins Aunkst of Cincinnati, Ohio; and one brother, Mike Robbins of Cincinnati, Ohio.
September 17, 2011
LIBERTY - When The Psychedelic Furs play Buster's Billiards & Backroom in Lexington next Sunday, it will be a homecoming for Tim Butler. Which is a pretty remarkable thing to say, considering Butler grew up in England and spent the 1980s touring the world as co-founder and bass player for the Furs, a band that parlayed its punk beginnings in London into a string of international radio hits and gold records. “Pretty in Pink,” “Love My Way,” and “The Ghost in You” to name a few. But Butler has called Liberty home for four years now. He shares a modest house with his wife, Robyn, and her two children a block off the courthouse square.
December 13, 2007
Haylie Patricia Roland, the daughter of Joanna Stevens and Robert Roland of Eubank, was born Tuesday, Nov. 6 at the Fort Logan Hospital at 5:35 p.m. She weighed 6 pounds 5.3 ounces and measured 21 inches at birth. Maternal grandparents are Glenna and James Stevens of Cincinnati, Ohio. Paternal grandparents are Caroline Roland of Cincinnati, Ohio and Earl Wagers of Pine Knot. Great grandparents are Lela Kinney and Elmer Kinney both of Cincinnati, Ohio, Kathy and Earl Wagers of Pine Knot, and Olive and William Roland of Cincinnati, Ohio.