The Sweetest Century: The team that saved Kentucky’s Sweet Sixteen

There likely would not have been a 100th Sweet Sixteen coming this March had Edmonson County not won the 59th state tournament in 1976. At a time when big-city dominance of the boys’ Sweet Sixteen had become oppressive, Coach Bo Davenport’s 1976 Edmonson County Wildcats shocked the commonwealth and showed small schools from rural Kentucky could still win the basketball state championship.

Magazine for Cuban refugees is owned, edited by Frankfort engineer

As the Cuban population has grown in Louisville, so has the monthly Spanish-language magazine that Luis David Fuentes edits in the basement of his Frankfort home. El Kentubano debuted in August 2009 and now has 64 pages and a print run of 10,000 copies. Its purpose is simple: To connect Cuban refugees to their new Kentucky home.

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Luis David Fuentes speaks about magazine

Luis David Fuentes thanks people for support of his Spanish-language publication.
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Luis David Fuentes speaks about magazine 0:57

Luis David Fuentes speaks about magazine

Cann says Cats gained confidence in practice, showed it on court 1:51

Cann says Cats gained confidence in practice, showed it on court

Mitchell says Akhator put on real display of skill 1:53

Mitchell says Akhator put on real display of skill

Joni Taylor: After Akhator's opening run, Kentucky never looked back 1:38

Joni Taylor: After Akhator's opening run, Kentucky never looked back