Hometown Hero

Hometown Hero: Deborah Williams celebrates 25 years on BGHS School Board


HOMETOWN HERO: Tina Dial, Taylor Co. High School Teacher


Hometown Hero: Quentin Burton


HOMETOWN HERO: Monica Edwards, Warren Co. Public Library


HOMETOWN HERO: Warren County Humane Society's Director Lorri Hare


Hometown Hero: Robbin Taylor former Vice President of Public Affairs at WKU


HOMETOWN HERO: Allen Co.'s long-time Judge-Exec. Johnny Hobdy


HOMETOWN HERO: Warren Co. Sheriff Jerry 'Peanuts' Gaines


HOMETOWN HERO: Warren Co. Jailer Stephen Harmon


HOMETOWN HERO: Patsy and Sherri Kirby


HOMETOWN HERO: Johnnie Tarter


HOMETOWN HERO: Dr. Carl Kell


HOMETOWN HERO: Vicki Fitch retires from Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau


HOMETOWN HERO: Park Rangers at Barren River Lake State Park


HOMETOWN HERO: Tommy Loving


HOMETOWN HERO: Devin Poston striving to make a difference


HOMETOWN HERO: Mattie Bunn and the Taylor County community rallies together to 'Spike Leukemia'


HOMETOWN HERO: Orestus Flowers, World War II Veteran


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WBKO and Hughes & Coleman are teaming up to recognize South Central Kentuckians who embody the spirit of service, dedication, and concern for the well-being of their neighbors with the title of Hometown Hero.

These remarkable people are nominated by their peers and publicly recognized on television; their names, faces, and good works transmitted to a huge section of the Commonwealth. Test