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Southcentral Kentuckians will continue to bake in remorseless summer weather conditions Saturday. A combination of lifeless winds, parched sunshine and high humidity will make for... [Read More]
Heat continues into the weekend so stay safe and stay hydrated. [Read More]
The Metcalfe County School District is proud to announce Jamie Howard has been named the 2019 KASA Administrator of the Year. [Read More]
Tip Leads Conservation Officer To Green River Lake Wildlife Management Area... [Read More]
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Scorching heat continues into Saturday and part of Sunday; however, showers late Sunday save us from the heat wave. [Read More]
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Secondhand smoke is dangerous, and about a fifth of Americans are exposed to the carcinogenic byproduct of cigarettes in the workplace, according to a Centers... [Read More]
Part of Western Kentucky's evidence of a different vibe is coming from player initiatives during summer strength and conditioning programs. [Read More]
Just off of U.S. 31-W By-Pass in downtown Bowling Green, two young scientists climb across jagged rocks into what has been dubbed "Bypass Cave." [Read More]
Logan Brooks doesn't need to open her mouth to say a lot. [Read More]
Bowling Green was one of two communities in Kentucky that Google chose for a program dedicated to helping businesses grow online and helping individuals learn... [Read More]
Rumors began circulating on Facebook this week about the potential sale of the former Brown's Ice Cream Co. building at 701 Boatlanding Road. [Read More]
Into the night we remain warm and muggy with a few clouds, tomorrow the heat returns with a possible stray shower. [Read More]
Faith Martin will take boring golf every time. [Read More]
The Barren County Transportation Department is beta testing a new app that will improve road maintenance. [Read More]
The annual festival will be held at Chaney's Dairy Barn on Saturday, July 20. [Read More]
Noel Barton will be holding a book signing at Barnes and Noble on July 20th from 2 to 4 p.m. [Read More]
The Bowling Green Shrine Club donated over 100 teddy bears to the Bowling Green Police Department on Thursday, but the bears aren't for the police. [Read More]
Admission to the pool is normally four dollars, but Mayor Billy Phelps said with dangerously high temperatures, just come out and cool off. [Read More]
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