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Many little girls dream of growing up to be royalty; be it Cinderella, the Queen of Hearts, or a fairy princess, these young ladies revel in the idea of the crown. Bowling Green native Lorryn Bolte had these same fantasies, but with a twist: Her dream included a horse and cowboy hat. In February Bolte was crowned Miss Rodeo Missouri. Next week she’ll travel to Las Vegas, Nev. for the
The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce held their regular meeting last Wednesday, Nov. 13 at noon. The group finalized several event plans, including an upcoming contest, lighting ceremony, and concert. Chamber president Chad Perkins called the meeting to order at 12:07 p.m., with many board and regular members in attendance. City Administrator Dan Lang gave the update of goings-on with the city, including the new parks and recreation news on
The Bowling Green High School Project Prom committee is hosting another exciting event this week to raise funds for the after prom activity. Trivia Night The Project Prom Trivia Night will be Nov. 15 beginning at 6 p.m. Teams of eight are invited to play, with entry fees of $10 per person. Reservations were due by Nov. 8. For more information, contact Cindy Browning at 573-470-1922 or email@example.com.
Local student Eulynn Davis, of Curryville, joined over 550 of the top collegiate agriculture students Nov. 7-10 in Kansas City to engage in career preparation training at the Agriculture Future of America Leaders Conference. For four days, Davis, who studies plant science at the University of Missouri, participated in soft skill training provided by agriculture, education and facilitation professionals. In the conference environment, Davis was surrounded by like-minded students who
Pike County Memorial Hospital is proud to announce the opening of its new outpatient wound care center. The wound care clinic provides outpatient services to people with chronic or hard to heal wounds. Chronic wounds include amputations, infections, surgical wounds and ulcers that don’t completely heal within eight weeks. Last year, the U.S. treated over eight million people suffering from chronic wounds, and that number is growing due to complications
More than 200 patrons and donors jammed the new Avalon Hall in Clarksville on Saturday, Nov. 16 at the annual Foundation for Pike County Memorial Hospital (PCMH) dinner and auction. The evening was both serious and entertaining as attendees bid on donated items, with the proceeds going to the hospital, while eating, listening to music, and being entertained. Clarksville native Dr. Debra Peppers, now a radio talk show host, was
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