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Today's Opinions

  • SCC women hope for healthy return to winning ways

     

    SCC Sports Information
    Lena Bramblett is very accustomed to winning basketball games as the head women’s coach at St. Catharine. In her first five seasons the Patriots compiled a winning percentage of .614 (90-56). In the sixth season, 2008-2009, Bramblett endured her first losing campaign as injuries led to a 12-18 record.

  • Nationally ranked Patriots ready for tough schedule

     

    SCC Sports Information
    In his two seasons at St. Catharine College, head coach J.T. Burton has seen the best of times and the worst of times. In the Tale of Two Seasons, Burton’s bunch struggled to a 5-24 mark his first year but improved to 21-11 last season including an 8-6 Mid-South Conference record.

  • The bully in you


    It seems bullying is epidemic these days. The cruel facts reveal that 23 percent of elementary students report being bullied one to three times in the last month; 77 percent of students report having been bullied; and each day 160,000 kids stay home from school for fear of being bullied.

  • Phantom


    A great musical called “Phantom” is now playing at the Opera House in Springfield. It played to sold out crowds this past weekend and will play again this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5-6 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 7, at 2 p.m.
    Please believe me when I say that this is not a high school play.
    Directors Jan and Scott Fattizzi and the Central Kentucky Community Theatre group have created their most impressive production to date that will blow your mind with song, dance, and multiple staging. This cast of 32 is putting on one heck of a show.

  • Political ads gone wild!

    Mama always said, “Not all attention is good.”
    Whew, we’ve seen the truism of mama’s dictum in political ads this campaign year. Politicians, Republican and Democrat, conservative and liberal, have in an effort to draw attention to the flaws of their opponents, used attack ads, and more often than not, drawn negative attention to themselves.

  • SCC soccer loses in conference but wins outside

    SCC Sports Information

    The Mid-South Conference is recognized nationally as one of the best conferences for its overall sports programs. Any soccer coach can attest to the strength of that sport in the MSC, including both coaches at St. Catharine College.

  • SCC volleyball falls 3-0 to Cumberlands

    SCC Sports Information
    The St. Catharine College volleyball team was hoping for better things in its only match of the week. The Patriots traveled to University of the Cumberlands Tuesday to play a team that they had lost in five sets to earlier in the year, after being ahead 2-0. But this time it was all Cumberlands (11-18, 7-5) as the home team won in straight sets, 25-13, 25-22, 25-18.

  • Packed house gets Patriot Madness at St. Catharine

    SCC Sports Information

    By all accounts the fourth rendition of Patriot Madness was a huge success. The annual event, which tips off the basketball season for the Patriot men and women, played before a full house Thursday night in Lourdes Hall.
    “Our players were really excited about it this year,” said women’s coach Lena Bramblett. “It was the best night we have had for it. The student participation was good and the community involvement was better than it ever has been.”