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Throwback Thursday – Bowling Green’s Civil War trench at Roland Bland Park

Throwback Thursday has told many stories of Bowling Green’s role in the American Civil War. While we’ve mentioned the city was under both Confederate and Union control over the wartime years, this week we look closer at one of the defense strategies near downtown Bowling Green. This particular historic marker is in Roland Bland Park, just off East 4th Ave….

Allen County Schools deliver over 4,100 meals to children

Courtesy Allen County SchoolsSCOTTSVILLE, Ky. —  Many children rely on the food they eat at school and take home through backpack programs to combat food insecurity. When schools are out during the summer, they often rely on the various meal programs for sustenance. In this time of quarantine, those same children could face hunger each and every day. People from…

Edmonson County Humane Society temporarily ending spay and neuter program

EDMONSON COUNTY, Ky. — The Humane Society of Edmonson County is temporarily closing their spay and neuter program according to a Facebook post on Wednesday due to the Covid-19 pandemic. They cite the fact that move veterinarians are only open for emergencies and the need to conserve medical supplies as the reason for their decision. The post encouraged pet parents…

Medical Center Urgentcare now open 24 hours a day to free up ER space for COVID response

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Med Center Health has announced that Medical Center Urgentcare is now open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This expansion is a targeted effort to increase access to care for patients with minor injuries and illnesses, allowing The Medical Center’s emergency room to focus additional resources toward the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Medical Center Urgentcare,…