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Monthly Archive for February, 2019

Bowling Green History

In 1792, the Kentucky territory had entered the new United States as the 15th state and in December of 1796, with the assistance of a petition by the new residents, the General Assembly passed an act, effective in March 1797, to establish Warren County; named to honor Dr. Joseph Warren, a hero of the Battle […]

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Has this ever happened to you: You’re sitting at an intersection patiently waiting for your turn and here comes the Fire Department with red lights and sirens blaring. They pass through the light and all of the sudden their lights and sirens go off. You’ve missed the light and feel like they have abused their […]

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Historical Marker #2158 in Warren County remembers Shake Rag, an African American community founded in the 1800s. Shake Rag was added to the National Register of Historic Places in September 2000, becoming Bowling Green’s first National Register district recognized for its importance to African American history. Founded on land donated in 1802 for use as […]

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Trees and Limbs

Recently we have seen both heavy rains and snow/ice in the Bowling Green area. It is not unusual for these storms and weather conditions to cause trees to fall and to produce a large amount of debris. If you reside within the City of Bow ling Green limits, Scotts Waste Services provides your trash pick-up. […]

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