Monthly Archive: October, 2015

#MarathonTraining is …

Thoughts on marathon training, or #MarathonTraining is … Foam rolling in the dark at 6 a.m. while eating and almond butter and honey sandwich before your long run. Realizing 12 hours later that… Continue reading

Monumental Before, During and After

The folks at Monumental Marathon put out a great guide this week. Since I’m already going taper crazy (similar to stir crazy), I’ve been putting together our trip details, too. This is our third… Continue reading

Three NYC Marathon stories you shouldn’t miss

With the New York City Marathon this weekend, there’s tons of great stories out there about people who will toe the line. My three favorites, so far: Jen Miller’s story of facing her… Continue reading

Week 10 Recap

I wrote a really good recap post yesterday and it got eaten by the internet. Sigh. Trying again. I don’t think I’ve ever been as sad to see a marathon training cycle end as… Continue reading

Best Investigative Story or Series, first place, KPA 2013

Best Investigative Story or Series, first place Kentucky Press Association, January 2013 For a three-part series on conceal and carry deadly weapons permits

Best General News Photo, second place, KPA 2013

Best General News Photo, second place Kentucky Press Association, January 2013 For photo of historic church renovation.

Best Business/Agribusiness Story, second place, KPA 2013

Best Business/Agribusiness Story, second place Kentucky Press Association, January 2013

Best General News Story, second place, KPA 2013

Best General News Story, second place Kentucky Press Association, January 2013 For “Get the Flock out of Town: National Media Portrays La Grange as Going to the Birds.”

OASIS Awards 2014 – News Release

Distinguished awards for news release: “Wetlands Construction Brings Outdoor Classroom to South Campus.”

OASIS Awards 2014 – Feature Photography

Proficient award for feature photography: “Bulldog Strong: Liberty Elementary Closing Not All Sadness.” In this photo, students at Liberty Elementary celebrated the last day and their progression to sixth grade with confetti in… Continue reading