The Perfect Gift Alphabet Photography Art has become increasingly popular recently. This beautiful art makes a great gift or addition to your home. Many celebrities, shows, and magazines have endorsed these alphabet art products. Following these endorsements, the sales in this growing industry have skyrocketed, with more people realizing what a fantastic gift or home decor item alphabet photography truly is. Alphabet photography, in short, is the compilation of photos of everyday objects that resemble letters to spell out a word, initials, or just a single letter for monograms. The objects could consist of shells, entryways, alphabet soup, or just … Read More
All NFL fans are ready to settle down in front of the television at home or in a sports bar to view the 2017 NFL Draft at 8:00p EDT starting on Thursday, April 27th. The Draft has become so abundantly popular that it garners prime time television coverage. But before it become a prime time event, it started with humble roots. The First National Football League Draft In December of 1934, Bert Bell, co-owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, felt that his team’s lack of competitiveness in the league made it difficult for the Eagles to sell tickets and be profitable. Many … Read More
Churchill Downs has been home to the most exciting 2 minutes of racing since 1875. Churchill Downs was named after John and Henry Churchill, who leased the land to their nephew, Col. Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr (grandson of William Clark of the famous Lewis and Clark team). The Founding of Churchill Downs When Clark founded Churchill Downs, Kentucky’s thoroughbred horse racing and breeding industry was in decline. Kentucky was damaged by the civil war, but Clark was looking for a way to revitalize the horse industry. Clark started the Louisville Jockey Club and sold subscriptions to the track to fund … Read More
Records are made to be broken! It’s been 13 years since the Tigers have played in a semi-final playoff game. The Loveland Tigers (11-0) will play Northwest Knights (9-2) on Friday, November 15th. This game will start at 7:30 p. m. at Lakota West High School. It will be a perfect night for football. Let’s dominate the stadium from Tiger Nation! Keep the momentum and bring home a Historic Victory! Go Tigers!
What a season for creating school records! Now, the Loveland Tigers can add a Division II State Championship to the list of new records made during the 2013 football season. The Tigers (15-0) played against Cleveland Glenville Tarblooders (13-2) during a snowstorm at Fawcett Stadium in Canton on Friday, Dec. 6th. The undefeated Tigers seized the title with a 41-23 victory over the Tarblooders. In this Championship game alone, the Tigers set at least 3 new records. These records were: 1st Undefeated Season at 15-0 1st Ohio D II State Championship Title in school history Division II State record in … Read More
On Friday, Nov.29th, the Tigers will be fighting hard to continue their remarkable season of perfection. The #1 Loveland Tigers (13-0) will play the #2 Zanesville Blue Devils (13-0) at Columbus St. Francis DeSales Alumni Stadium. Kick-off time will be at 7:30 p. m. As both teams bring to the field a perfect season, this will be the game to watch. All Loveland Tiger Fans are needed to Unite and Explode with Spirit at the Stadium! Go Tigers!
Records are made to be broken! It’s been 13 years since the Tigers have played in a semi-final playoff game. The Loveland Tigers (11-0) will play Northwest Knights (9-2) on Friday, November 15th. This game will start at 7:30 p. m. at Lakota West High School. It will be a perfect night for football.
In the early days of the railroad service, years before the Transcontinental Railroad would be established, there were many smaller railroads that covered various parts of the United States. Two of these railroads, Hillsboro and Cincinnati, were railroads that ran through the city of Loveland, Ohio at that time. These railroads were first chartered way back in 1846. The idea was to run a railroad line that stretched from Hillsboro and O’Bannon Creek, which took up part of Loveland, and run along the Little Miami route. Four years later, Hillsboro and Cincinnati finished construction of the 37 mile railroad. The railroad line … Read More