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Von Price writes:
With the "Battle of the Bluegrass," coming up, I cannot believe that there has been no support of this in your ColumbiaMagazine. Living in Louisville, it is a city of Red or Blue with everybody showing support. This is an amazing time for both universities. I am sure there will be more for the Big Blue, in Columbia, just as there are more Cards fans in Louisville. I just think that this is an opportunity for Kentucky basketball to really shine for the state. Please! Can we show just a little support? Von Price, Louisville, KY
Apologies, Von Price, and thanks for letting us know. Nobody ever tells us anything.

We'd been under the impression that it was a Mexican sport. All the staff in the Los Mariachi's restaurant were excited last Sunday about a basketball game with one team in black and the other in blue.

It sounded like fun, if one could memorize, as they had, the entire fan catechism: Go Cats! shouted repeatedly at all and any points in the game; and the complete followup critique, How about those Cats?. A whole lot to learn, and only a little bit easier than the Nicene Creed, which has a lot more commas and stuff, and is well above my memory. But, criticism well taken; we're gonna do much better, from now on; you'll see. -EW

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Weather: Blue, (not red), mist: An omen for New Orleans?

2012-03-31 - Rowe Farms, 909 Keltner Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Fred Rowe.
Blue skies over Rowe Farms portend prospects of pretty good weather, as this photo, taken this morning, arrived through the miracle of HTC cell phone camera and wireless telephony. "Just my take on the Blue vs. Red theme of the day. Thought I'd help out since you're getting complaints about lack of coverage and all," Fred Rowe said.

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