“Every flag you see represents a real Kentuckian, one who was and is loved by their families and friends, who meant something to the communities in which they lived,” Gov. Beshear said. “Each and every loss is singular and heartbreaking.”
Next week, over 200 students in the Bowling Green Independent School District will transition from the Virtual Academy to attend in-person. 13 News spoke with Superintendent of BGISD, Gary Fields, about how students and staff are preparing for students to return back to the building for in-person instruction once again.
Lemay is the owner of Quality Shoe Repair in Bowling Green and his business took a hit due to COVID-19. With not a lot of money coming in, he found himself having to ask the community for help on Facebook.
Are you in need of food, housing, or utility assistance in the South Central Kentucky region? Have you ever heard of 211? You can now communicate with a specialist by sending a text to “898211” with your zip code and the representative can assistance you. It’s not only convenient but confidential.