Sitting in an office at the Human Resource Command at Fort Knox on Wednesday morning, Sgt. Maj. Barbara O’Hara wore something unusual to work. So did most Army employees outside the office and on the instillation around her.
“It feels weird seeing everyone in jeans,” she commented to an employee.
The draw for the Rawlings/KHSAA State Baseball Tournament always creates interest for teams across Kentucky, but once it was announced Wednesday, that’s when the real intrigue began for several area teams.
As one of his sons played a youth basketball game before the LaRue County Lady Hawks hit the road for a game at Henderson County on Jan. 17, it dawned on Travis Wootton that he relished the chance to sit back and watch his sons, 10-year-old Tate and 6-year-old Cooper, grow up.