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Murder Mystery Dinner On Saturday Will Help Raise Money For

Bright Futures Organization And More Events Are Being Planned The Bright Futures organization has already helped many students in the Bowling Green R-I school district and the murder mystery dinner this Saturday promises to raise funds to help many more in the future. Becky Orf saw a need for the organization a few years ago. […]

BGHS Publications Class Wins National Award

Bowling Green High School’s Publications class, which produces the Speaker yearbook and the Bobcaster school newspaper, has been recognized with the National Yearbook Program of Excellence for the 2017-18 school year. The award goes to schools which are recognized for excellence in creation and distribution. The publications course, which is advised by BGHS high school […]

Lots Of Activities Planned For Oct. 13-14At 40th Annual Clarksville Applefest

On Oct. 13 and 14 you are invited to come to Clarksville to the 40th annual Applefest. Clarksville, once home to three orchards, remembers its heritage with a fall festival. The event begins Saturday with a parade traveling north on Hwy. 79 for all watchers to enjoy and for children to bring home the candy […]

Clarksville Methodist Church Dinner Will Benefit Ongoing Stained Glass Project

A church that’s serving up tempting fried chicken also is making sure diners get their just desserts. Clarksville United Methodist is offering all kinds of delights for the sweet tooth as part of its annual Applefest Dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13. Tickets are $10 each and will be available at […]

Pike County Candidates’ Forum To Be Held Oct. 16

Candidates for Pike County elected offices are being invited to participate in a free public forum. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, in the third-floor courtroom of the Pike County Courthouse on the square in Bowling Green. Disabled access is available. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and residents are encouraged to […]

Van-Far R-I Wins $10,000 Grant To Further Stem Education Thanks To Local Farmers

America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education called on local farmers to nominate rural schools to receive nearly $2.3 million in grants to enhance their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs. Local farmers answered the call, and the Grow Rural Education program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, a philanthropic arm of Bayer, has recognized Van-Far Elementary […]

Traffic Jammed For Hours On Highway 61 After Ethanol Tanker Overturns Near Eolia

Law Enforcement Agents Arrest Driver Who Hit Semi For DUI Traffic was jammed for several hours on Highway 61 following a wreck involving a semi tanker that was hauling around 8,500 gallons of ethanol near Eolia on Sunday, Sept. 30. The semi overturned and began leaking ethanol so both northbound and southbound lanes had to […]

Hunter Announces Retirement As Van-Far Superintendent

School Board To Begin Search For Replacement The Van-Far School District will be in the market for a new superintendent as Dr. Stephen Hunter announced last week that he will be retiring at the end of the current school year. Hunter submitted his resignation at the Van-Far school board meeting last Thursday, Sept. 20. His […]

‘Model Of The American Spirit’

Clarksville Mayor JoAnne Smiley Is Hailed By President Trump Jo Anne Smiley sees roadblocks as opportunities to make a difference through selfless hard work. The Clarksville mayor, businesswoman and retired music educator has been honored for her tireless efforts with the President’s Volunteer Service Award. It is the nation’s highest honor for volunteer service and […]

Public Invited To Champ Clark Bridge Update On Saturday September 22nd

Massman Construction, and the entire Champ Clark Bridge team invite the public to come to Riverview Park in Louisiana on Saturday, Sept. 29 to learn about updates on the new bridge and ask questions. The update will begin at 10 a.m. and is anywhere from 30-60 minutes in length. Regular updates about construction are provided […]

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