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FootGolf

FootGolf is a growing sports trend that has found its way to the USA from its origins in Europe.  Last fall, BGPR installed a nine-hole course at the Golf Course at RiverView and offered our inaugural event, “FootGolf Doubles Cup” in November.  We had a tremendous response and are now excited to announce that, beginning […]

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Household Hazardous Waste Day

Have you been holding on to old paint, chemicals, fluorescent light bulbs, oils, antifreeze or other products that cannot be disposed of easily? If so, the City of Bowling Green and Warren County have partnered to provide one day only to dispose of these items for you. The Annual Household Hazardous Waste and E-scrap Collection […]

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Arbor Day 2016

Arbor Day is a holiday in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant and care for trees. Though usually observed in the spring, the date varies, depending on climate and suitable planting season. The idea for Arbor Day originally came from Nebraska. A visit to Nebraska today wouldn’t disclose that the state was once a treeless plain. Yet it […]

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I met M’munga Ramadhani soon after his arrival to the City of Bowling Green in 2012.  A young father in his early 30’s, M’munga had already experienced more in life than most people do in a lifetime.  His eagerness to be involved and to learn compelled me to ask him to join the newly formed […]

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Scam Tips ~ Ronnie Ward

So, let me tell you a story.  A teenager makes a phone call to his grandmother and says “Grandma, this is Johnny, I’ve gotten into trouble.  Me and one of my friends went to Mexico for the weekend and got in a car accident.  My friend had some marijuana on him and we both got […]

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BGPD Junior Police Academy

Many people in the City of Bowling Green are familiar with the Citizens Police Academy (CPA) hosted by the Bowling Green Police Department each year. The CPA is a 10 week course for adults 18 years of age and over which provides an opportunity to learn first-hand about police operations through a series of classes […]

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Cemetery Spring Cleanup

Have you ever wondered why Fairview Cemetery has so many rules?  Maybe you haven’t unless you have loved ones buried there or you have purchased burial plots for you or your family members.  Some of the more common rules are often broken and we want to explain why we have them in place. One of […]

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Pickle Ball

Pickle Ball is currently all the rage, and the City of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department offers play from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s at the F.O. Moxley Center. There is a $2.00 registration fee and all ages are welcome. Pickle Ball is a paddle sport created for all ages and […]

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Potholes

The City of Bowling Green has experienced a significant amount of snow again this winter along with multiple freeze and thaw temperature cycles.  This type of weather can often cause potholes to develop. The City proactively repairs potholes on a regular basis, but in order to make sure our streets are safe and repaired, we […]

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What’s Going at Lampkin Park?

Lampkin Park has a long history of serving our community through the many years of youth tee-ball and coaches pitch games, pony tail softball, teen baseball, adult softball, tennis, basketball, futsol, volleyball and the Warren County Jaycees fair. Lampkin Park has long played a major role for our city’s residents and visitors alike. Beginning in […]

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