Around 34 inflatable turkeys stand in the yard of "flock masters" Teresa and Greg Hardcastle's home on Willow Way in Bowling Green, Ky., on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021. Hardcastle, who said it all started with finding marked-down inflatable turkeys for sale after Halloween six or seven years ago, felt the need to "save the turkeys, one Thanksgiving at a time," adding more turkeys each year. The Hardcastles invite the public to come take pictures with the turkeys but warn for visitors to watch for cables and other wires running through the yard. The turkeys run on a timer from about 6 a.m. each morning until just after dark from November 1 through Thanksgiving weekend.
- Corvette plant workers reject local contract
- Hilltoppers without Williams, Harmon for season
- Warren County grand jury returns indictments
- Terry Allen Kirby
- Officials look at how to address massive tree loss
- Donna M Gaines (Daniel)
- KHSAA approves Region 4 realignment
- BG man killed in I-65 crash
- Schools close doors amid rising virus cases, staff shortage
- Dr. Sam G. McFarland
Success! An email has been sent to with a link to confirm list signup.
Error! There was an error processing your request.
Daily News Headlines & Events Email Blast
Would you like to receive a digest of each day's headlines & events from The Daily News by email? Signup today!
The Amplifier Headlines & Events Email Blast
Would you like to receive a weekly digest of headlines & events from The Amplifier by email? Signup today!
Daily News Hosted Events
The Daily News is a proud host of community enrichment events. Join our Daily News Events mailing list to learn about the next event we are planning. Sign up now.