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  1. I don’t know a lot about what’s going on administratively or in other ways, but I do hope things get better. Regardless, I believe that Paul Wiggins becoming head coach officially has been a positive thing and a move in the right direction. He is a good football coach and alumni of Newport, which is good from the familiarity point with the school, its culture, and more.
  2. They are actively working on it, feel for them in this heat we are currently having.
  3. That would totally be awesome! I’m happy they are getting the new complex and all, but as old as Davis Field is it’s going to be like a big loss too. More than enough memories inside and around Davis Field for me alone. I’m sure there’s more from plenty others.
  4. A couple more pictures recently posted too.
  5. Greendevil Lane is officially closed, they are about to begin digging it up.
  6. Rest in peace Coach Yeagle. He was an amazing football coach and it showed with all of the teams he coached. Condolences to all involved with Coach Yeagle however you were.
  7. My guess would be that he will be the next coach, unless he wouldn’t want to.
  8. Usually not a good thing this late in. Hopefully Newport continues improving as they have.
  9. I heard today that 35-40 players are expected to be on the football team this season. If so, that’s good for numbers. They graduated 15 players from last season’s team, which was more than I remembered. I believe Nickell will be back at quarterback and on defense and that some of the OL will be back Jimenez will be a big replacement to fill from last season in the backfield and defense too. It’s going to be a younger team for the most part. As I find out more, I’ll post.
  10. And maybe the most beneficial thing of all about this, Dayton could very well do better with retaining students/families who leave and with gaining. People have been buying in Dayton more again and the newer rentals behind the flood wall are gaining people too.
  11. No doubt, I don’t know if the majority of the development that’s happened down since it began would have happened without him.
  12. Good picture of Jack Moreland at the groundbreaking, Dayton’s former superintendent from longer ago. Jack Moreland was a BIG part of Dayton during that time, before, and after, as well as for a lot more in Northern Kentucky. Speaking of a neat picture from before, the picture he’s holding is the groundbreaking for Dayton’s current high school. How things have changed since.
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