The Big News: There’s a good chance the state special session will end this afternoon. Page One is all over it.
Cash, Schreck Feeling the Heat: Nothing personal, here, but since when does breaking the law while on duty not constitute a firing offense? Charles Cash and Bill Schreck, the brains behind the Javanon mess, are encouraged to find other work by the newspaper’s edit board. [Courier]
No More Two-A-Days: Anybody’s who’s ever really played football cringes at the phrase — two-a-days. Now a national trainers group is calling for ending the practice of two practices daily, in part because of incidents like the Max Gilpin tragedy in PRP. [Herald-Leader]
Fair Warning: If you throw an apple at me from your car, you’ll get a rock through your window. [Letter]
Beshear Blogging: It’s time to start writing the obits for the slots bill, as David Williams has called it dead. Maybe it’s that leadership thing Gov. Beshear keeps talking about. In Beshear’s blog (no, he doesn’t really write it) he writes how important it is to act on THREE measures. What follows is a list in which gaming is FOURTH. [Beshear's Blog]
Sex Still Selling in Clarksville: Despite an incriminating series by WAVE’s Carrie Weil last month, business goes on as usual at Theatair X, celebrating its 40th anniversary. That’s pissing off some people, but officials aren’t doing anything. [WAVE]
Trashing the C-J: Bill Lamb likes to bash the C-J, and the anti-littering ordinance gave him a great opportunity. And he’s right. All the C-J has to do is deliver its unwanted ad supplements to the proper locations at houses – not in driveways and yards. [Lamb]