Latest Warren County, Kentucky Stories

2014-04-22 23:03:51

Employees from GM’s Bowling Green Assembly, WKU Center for Environmental Education & Sustainability staff, and students from Warren Central High School will wade into Trammel Creek today, April 22, 2014, as the automaker celebrates the 25th anniversary of its signature watershed education program, GM GREEN (Global Rivers Environmental Education Network). The program, which is run by the national non-profit Earth Force, engages multiple partners throughout a community to empower young...

2012-06-10 23:03:02

Bowling Green lawyer Lee Coleman of Hughes & Coleman responds to the nursing home chain´s description of Kentucky as “becoming a battleground for plaintiff attorneys.” Bowling Green, KY (PRWEB) June 09, 2012 Lee Coleman, a Bowling Green nursing home abuse and neglect attorney, spoke out today in reaction to the recent announcement by Extendicare Health Services Inc. that it will no longer operate facilities in Kentucky. According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, the...

2008-07-31 15:00:00

By Justin Story, The Daily News, Bowling Green, Ky. Jul. 31--For the second time in three days, Bowling Green Independent Schools found a need to create new teacher positions to handle enrollment numbers that have exceeded expectations. The city school board approved new teachers in language arts and math at Bowling Green Junior High School and an English as a second language teacher at Dishman-McGinnis Elementary School during a special meeting Wednesday at the Joel Brown Administration...

2008-07-10 15:00:54

By Burton Speakman, The Daily News, Bowling Green, Ky. Jul. 10--More than two years after the only pharmacy in Smiths Grove closed, residents will again have a pharmacy in the same location. In addition, the city's only doctor's office has expanded at the location and will add a second physician. A grand opening will be Friday as a way to thank the community for its support of the efforts to open a pharmacy and the medical expansion, said Dr. Pravin Avula, who previously practiced in...

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