Trinity’s Decision: There was a threat, and Trinity’s principal thinks the school did the right thing in canceling classes. An investigation is continuing. Rob Mullen didn’t say much more than that at today’s press conference. He doesn’t know who was responsible. “Teenagers do dumb things,” he said. [C-J]
Big Fish on the Hook at Iron Quarter: Todd Blue says his Iron Quarter project downtown may hinge on whether he can land a high-profile office tenant. But then he gave zero details. A Cordish rep also spoke at last night’s Louisville Forum, but Mike Leonard avoided all mention of the company’s decision to drop a major portion of its downtown development. Obviously, they didn’t invite any reporters. [Biz First]
New Sports Chief: The Greater Louisville Sports Commission appointed Steve Higdon as its new chair. The former CEO of GLI, now a partner in Faulkner Real Estate, replaces Craig Grant of PNC. Not sure what the commission does? Check the linkie. [GLSC]
Hopping Mad Senator: This morning, Jake reported that Jim Bunning is so upset about things that he may just resign and let Gov. Beshear appoint his successor. Now that would show those Republicans who won’t help him raise money for re-election. The C-J has some details. [Page One, C-J]
Comment Tonight: Check out Ronnie Ellis of CNHI, Mark Hebert of WHAS-TV and Jenna Mink of the Bowling Green Daily News on Comment on Kentucky tonight on KET.
It’s been quite a week. Hope you enjoyed all the excitement.