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More than 2,000 Students Graduate From WKU

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Updated: 05/12/2013 - More than 2,000 Western Kentucky University students will become graduates this weekend. Commencement ceremonies were held today to honor those obtaining their degrees.

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Junior Achievement Teacher and Volunteer of the Year are Announced

Posted: 05/09/2013 - Bowling Green-Warren County Junior Achievement took time to honor those who dedicate their time to the cause. The annual Junior Achievement appreciation breakfast was held this morning to honor the 2013 Teacher and Volunteer of the Year.

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Warren County Aquatics Facility Offers Several New Opportunities to Swimmers

Updated: 05/09/2013 - "The corporate support that we've gotten from our partner CHC (Commonwealth Health Corporation) and the Medical Center, we're going to be able to do it for a year and hopefully if it's successful, I'm hopeful we'll be able to sustain the operation for 36 months," says Warren County Parks and Recreation Director, Chris Kummer. Kummer expects to have a positive outlook for the aquatics facility from here on out.

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Bowling Green Attorneys Recognize Law Day

Updated: 05/07/2013 - Several area Bowling Green attorneys gathered to observe Law Day at the Capitol Arts Theater Tuesday. Law Day is put on by the Bowling Green BAR Association to recognize the importance of law in our democratic society.

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Warren County Tourism Increases in 2012

Updated: 05/07/2013 - The Kentucky Tourism Cabinet has released the state's tourism statistics, and Warren County is continuing to bring more visitors and dollars to the area. More tourism dollars in Bowling Green could affect residents in a positive way.

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Local Restaurants Celebrate Cinco De Mayo

Posted: 05/05/2013 - Mexican restaurants nationwide are celebrating Cinco de Mayo today. In Mexico, May the 5th is celebrated as a day of freedom. But in the United States, Cinco de Mayo has become a time to celebrate.

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Curbside Community Church Inspires Underprivileged Children

Posted: 05/05/2013 - For Sheldon's Pharmacy owner Terri Sheldon, helping kids has always been a passion. It was an ice cream truck purchase about three years ago that changed her life forever, allowing her to pursue her dreams.

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Local Businesses Help Many Prepare for Derby

Updated: 05/03/2013 - The race track, big hats, and Mint Juleps it must be Derby time! The 139Th Kentucky Derby is tomorrow at Churchill Downs. From wagering on your favorite horse, to the glamorous Derby wardrobe, local businesses are helping you prepare. Where will you be when the words... "And they're off," ring out tomorrow? If you don't plan on making the trip to Louisville, Kentucky Downs is also preparing for a busy day.

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Logan County Celebrates National Day of Prayer

Updated: 05/02/2013 - People all across the country celebrated the 62nd National Day of Prayer. And in Logan County, several came out to take part in prayer on the Court of Justice steps.

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Sen. Paul Says it's Time to Slow Immigration Reform

Updated: 05/02/2013 - Several government officials believe now is the time for immigration reform. Senator Rand Paul believes it's time to slow down immigration reform to prevent further attacks on U.S. soil.

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Cumberland County Toddler Shot and Killed After Tragic Accident

Updated: 05/01/2013 - Around 1:30 yesterday afternoon Kentucky State Police were called to a shooting on Lawson Bottom Rd. in Burkesville. Police say, 2-year-old Caroline Sparks was shot and it was her five-year-old brother, Christian, who pulled the trigger.

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SKyPAC: 1 Year Later

Posted: 04/29/2013 - It took 12 long years from conception to completion, with detractors saying it would never succeed and would cost taxpayers money. It's the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center, known as SKyPAC. During that 12-year process even some of the creators of SKyPAC sometimes doubted it would ever happen. But now, even SKyPAC officials can't believe how successful its first year was.

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Trial for Barren County Sheriff Begins Monday

Updated: 04/29/2013 - The trial for Barren County Sheriff Chris Eaton and two other Barren County law enforcement officials starts Monday. Eaton, a deputy, and another law enforcement official were indicted on multiple charges for an incident that happened three years ago.

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Medical Center Holds Expectant Parent Fair

Updated: 04/29/2013 - Hundreds of expecting parents, new parents, and veteran parents took advantage of the Medical Center's Expectant Parent Fair today. From baby shower supplies, to life insurance, to photography the fair offered tools for parents to become better educated about what Bowling Green offers for the little ones.

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Arbor Day Celebration

Updated: 04/28/2013 - Many gathered at Kereiakes Park this afternoon to celebrate Bowling Green's Annual Arbor Day. Bowling Green has been labeled a Tree City U.S.A for the past nineteen years.

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Local Agencies Help Rid of Hazardous and Unwanted Items

Updated: 04/28/2013 - It's that time of year again, spring cleaning, the time to get rid of the stuff you might of forgot you even had. Area agencies are making it a little easier by helping those in the community get rid of their hazardous unwanted items in a safe way.

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