- The biggest news of the day was the Fort Thomas Police Department's notice that someone tried to pick up a child walking from school. Here is the text of the news alert:
A middle school child reported today, that while walking home from school Tuesday, May 30th, a male subject whom the middle-schooler described as younger (age range 18 to 30) in a gray, Ford Mustang GT pulled over on Newman Avenue and rolled down the passenger window and asked if the student needed a ride. The student crossed the street and the person then asked again from the driver's side. The student had no idea who the subject was. When the student put his hand in his pocket as if to retrieve a cell phone he reports that the car sped off.
Subject: White Male, age range 18 - 30 years, black hair cut in a military style and was wearing sunglasses. Car: A gray, Ford Mustang GT, unknown year, assumed newer model and unknown license plate.
- Highlands Baseball is on the brink of the 9th region baseball championship. The game is Thursday night at 7pm. For all the latest follow @nkysportsblog. If the Birds win the region they actually have a decent shot at the state title. A recent post by @MikeFieldsNotes indicates that No. 1 LexCath, No. 2 Eastern, No. 4 CovCath, No. 5 Lafayette, No. 8 Madison Cent, No. 10 Apollo are all out of the baseball playoffs.
- Speaking of accomplishments at Highlands, congratulations to Tyler Felts for winning a Cappie award for 'outstanding critic'. For more on the Cappies you can see my previous post.