Med Center Health says the unpredictability of COVID-19 and the proven danger of large, social gatherings has shown that hosting an indoor event is not in the best interests of keeping residents of Warren and surrounding counties healthy.
The Bowling Green business community and area nonprofits are working hand in hand to ensure that the Bowling Green community has the tools, resources, and support they need to fully recover from the effects of the pandemic.
The annual event draws upwards of 800-1,200 attendees every Halloween for a safe family-centered trick-or-treat activity by providing a large section of closed streets in the Briarwood subdivision and dozens of households passing out candy.
United Way of Southern Kentucky announced today that it is investing a total of $508,500 in Education, Health, Income and Safety Net programs and services for its July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021 funding period in Warren County.
They say to successfully comply with CDC guidelines, SoKY Ice Rink would have to drastically decrease guest capacity to enforce social distancing and increase staffing to observe disinfectant requirements for all communal surfaces.
If you get your ticket by June 19, 2020, you'll be entered to win a year of gas and groceries valued at $4,800 courtesy of Houchens Industries. If you get your ticket by August 30, you'll be eligible to win a 2020 Ford Mustang EcoBoost courtesy of Hunt Ford.
Congressman Brett Guthrie (KY-02) has announced that LifeSkills, Inc., in Bowling Green will receive a $491,000 grant from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to expand telehealth services in the southcentral Kentucky region.
Several speakers took to the stage from the Simpson County Judge-Executive to the police chief, sheriff and several community leaders to express how they are feeling about recent events that have taken place in Minneapolis and Louisville.