Between the metropoli of Olive Hill and Morehead, there is and always has been Globe. If you are the town’s main road (U.S.60) at early rush hour, it is three miles of constant traffic. If you are a side road off the main road, it is just-skedaddled deer and red bud-cluttered hollows. Eighty-eight-year-old Claude “Hawkeye” Erwin has spent a lifetime — save the time he spent on a Navy ship during World War II — on this mildly populated stretch of earth. It is earth he has hunted, earth he has dug, earth he inherited and earth he has bought and paid for. “This place has everything,” he says. It always has. Words by Amy Wilson/Photographs by Charles Bertram | Staff
Cornell can’t keep up with Kentucky in Sweet 16. Photos by Mark Cornelison and Charles Bertram | Staff
After a couple of years of reports of bald eagles visiting Lexington in the winter months, we finally have solid photographic proof as this eagle was photographed at the Jacobson Park reservoir. The numbers of eagles has increased in Kentucky, with at least 300 to 400 spending their winters here. Photographs by Charles Bertram| Staff
UK defeated Florida 74-66 in Rupp Arena, Sunday March 7, 2010. UK finished the regular season 29-2, going undefeated in Rupp Arena. Photographs by Mark Cornelison and Charles Bertram | Staff
Kentucky outrebounds Mississippi State 52-35 and comes out with an overtime win 81-75.