WKU Football Has LIVE UNITED Night

September 14th, 2011 · 7:26 pm  →  Posts

Join WKU Athletics, United Way of Southern Kentucky, and U.S. Bank for LIVE UNITED Night on September 17th at the WKU vs. Indiana State Football Game! The game will kick off at 6pm at the Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium. The first 3,000 fans through the gates will get a free white LIVE UNITED t-shirt to [...]

Fire Damages Rescue Mission

September 13th, 2011 · 5:08 pm  →  Posts

The Nashville Rescue Mission is seeking donations of cash and toiletries after a small fire damaged part of its newly renovated shelter for homeless women and children.
Fire broke out in a laundry room near midnight Sunday, forcing the temporary evacuation of 209 women and 30 children from the Family Life Center on Rosa L. Parks [...]

Home Town Hero Named

September 12th, 2011 · 8:23 pm  →  Posts

Roy Taylor’s grandparents raise him from birth and always knew that their grandson, who has Down Syndrome, was capable of great things. Roy had been placed in special education classes at Franklin Simpson High School, but Pat Taylor knew that he was just as capable as any of his classmates, so at a school board [...]

Family night tonight at Bowling Green’s Balloons, Tunes & BBQ!

September 9th, 2011 · 5:00 pm  →  Posts

The annual event held at the Bowling Green airport will continue tonight with fun for the whole family! Come out and see the hot air balloons, ride the carnival rides and hear some great local music.
Admission and parking is free (Fees apply for carnival rides, the inflatable fair, food, souvenirs, and tethered balloon rides.) The [...]

Railroad Crossing Dangers

September 8th, 2011 · 8:25 pm  →  Posts

My business partner Lee Coleman recently wrote about a tragic train wreck in Edmonson County over the Labor Day weekend. This once again shows the extreme danger of railroad crossing.
A Dodge pick up truck driven by Jeffery L. Cockrill was struck while crossing a CSX railroad crossing on the Ray Houchin Road in Edmonson County. [...]

Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police Endorses Williams-Farmer for Governor

September 8th, 2011 · 3:21 pm  →  Posts

The Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police has voted to endorse the ticket of David Williams for Governor and Richie Farmer for Lt. Governor. The Kentucky state FOP lodge represents more than 9,300 law enforcement officers. The announcement was made during a morning press conference in downtown Louisville in front of the police officers’ memorial.
 “I am [...]

James Comer Has Plans for Kentucky

August 31st, 2011 · 2:27 pm  →  Posts

Highlighting the importance of agriculture in the lives of all Kentuckians, James Comer has a solid plan to enhance agriculture in Kentucky’s urban communities.
The Comer administration will reorganize the entire Kentucky Department of Agriculture to streamline the agency, make it more efficient, and position the KDA to meet the needs of Kentucky Agriculture for the [...]

FDA Links Diabetes Drug to Bladder Cancer

August 30th, 2011 · 1:12 pm  →  Posts

Have you taken the diabetes drug Actos®? Check out this video for more information:

Bunning endorses Williams in KY governor’s race

August 29th, 2011 · 1:19 pm  →  Posts

By: Roger Alford, Associated Press
August 27, 2011
Former U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning publicly endorsed Republican David Williams in Kentucky’s race for governor on Saturday, a signal to GOP voters loyal to the former major league pitcher that the two longtime political allies are back together.
Bunning told more than 100 of his closest friends and supporters at [...]

Tennessee Receives Substantial Grant

August 26th, 2011 · 3:47 pm  →  Posts

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health has received an $8.3 million federal grant to better identify and treat patients with substance abuse issues. The grant was part of $137 million in funding toward prevention efforts announced Thursday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The state will partner with two medical residency programs, [...]