Big data: That’s one of the newest catchphrases in business.
It’s the attempt to capture and analyze numbers to drive important decisions and predict future trends. How many customers buy Big Macs each month? Or click on an Internet ad? Or “like” your page on Facebook?
After a rainy and basically non-existent start to the spring season in April, dry, warm weather the last two weeks has allowed farmers ample opportunity to play catch up. Modern-day farmers with today’s technology and equipment are able to plant a crop in a very short amount of time and the last two weeks certainly have proved that.
Kyle Caven (LaRue County grad) coached the Campbellsville men to the National Christian College Athletic Association’s men’s tennis team national championship May 8 at the Mobile Tennis Center in Mobile, Ala.
LaRue County’s hiatus from the 5th Region Baseball Tournament was short. Coincidentally, so was the top-seeded Hawks’ 18th District Baseball Tournament semifinal Tuesday against the fourth-seeded Caverna Colonels.