In a year in which the nation’s economy was nearly ground to a halt by a nasty virus, Bowling Green and Warren County saw little evidence that the coronavirus pandemic was making the local economy sick.
Sunday, January 17, 2021
Tunde Dugantsi’s colorful gingerbread cookie decorations have served as a way for the 46-year-old Bowling Green resident to connect with her Hungarian roots.
Progress on relocating a historical roadside marker noting Bowling Green was a former Confederate state capital has stalled, with no one coming forward to offer it a new home.
For 14 years, Bob Branstetter has had a front-row seat to witness Warren County’s growth. Now, two years into his fourth four-year term as the county’s property valuation administrator, Branstetter is ready to turn the task of assessing all real and personal property in the county over to so…
Things will look a bit different at this year’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day as the Bowling Green-Warren County branch of the NAACP will have the event in a virtual setting.
Renovations at the city of Bowling Green’s Sloan Convention Center have been completed as city officials hope that convention business rebounds in 2021 after being derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although severe winter weather hasn’t hit southcentral Kentucky this year, the city of Bowling Green’s public works department and the Kentucky Department of Transportation are ready for the possibility of snowy and icy roads.
Saturday, January 16, 2021
After taking a six-week break for the holidays, the Western Kentucky track and field team got back to work at the Birmingham Crossplex. WKU wrapped up its first indoor meet of the season with 10 top-five finishes over seven different events at UAB’s Vulcan Invite on Saturday.