In 2012 Bowling Green celebrated 200 years of incorporation as a Kentucky city.

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In the years following Kentucky’s admission to the union in the 1790s, hundreds of small towns sprung up across our state.

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From its beginning as the seat of county government, Bowling Green’s present-day Fountain Square saw businesses spring up around it.

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Retired Bowling Green police officer Bernie Cox remembers Bowling Green’s downtown as an exciting place to patrol when he started work with th…

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Future historians who will look back on present-day Bowling Green years from now might point to 1979 as the year that the city opened itself u…

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In August 1943, “half the town of Bowling Green called a halt to usual Sunday afternoon pleasures” to tune into the “Army Hour” radio program …

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An opera house, literary clubs, parties and picnics – Bowling Green has seen of a variety of cultural activities in the past 200 years.

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Herbert Oldham of Bowling Green remembers his alma mater, State Street School, as a friendly place where students and teachers were close.

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Future historians who will look back on present-day Bowling Green years from now might point to 1979 as the year that the city opened itself u…

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Early on, Bowling Green and Warren County residents charted a course for economic development of the community, with their interest in improvi…

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The crack of the bat and cheers from the crowd echo through downtown Bowling Green on summer nights, signaling another season of Bowling Green…

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Many of Warren County’s earliest industries were related to its natural resources.

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The way that automobiles are sold in Bowling Green has changed significantly in the more than 100 years that cars have been on Bowling Green roads.

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Retired Bowling Green police officer Bernie Cox remembers Bowling Green’s downtown as an exciting place to patrol when he started work with th…

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In terms of attracting big-ticket political leaders to the city, 1988 was a bellwether year for Bowling Green.

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In the present day, a hearse on the road is usually headed for a cemetery, but historically, that wasn’t always the case. Before the 1970s, he…

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