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Perry West, a Bowling Green native, has rocked the homes of Pike Countians and others across the country. No, he’s not preaching religion or selling vacuums, he’s simply breathing new life into old architecture and furniture. His style of reclaimed and refurbished pieces have become massively popular in the last few years, and the creator enjoys having this opportunity to save reminders of the past. “We have been buying and
Let me begin by apologizing for my lack of thoughts these last few weeks. Who knew the life of a newly married, recently 22-year-old lady could be so stressful and busy? Not this girl, that’s for sure – I had no idea. Is it sad when you get excited to have a spare 10 minutes on a Wednesday night to vacuum your floor? Pretty sure my life in BG has
The city of Bowling Green recently reminded residents that there is free mulch available for pick-up. The high-quality, hardwood mulch is located at the city’s Compost Facility on Business Highway 54. Residents will be responsible for loading their own mulch. The compost area is open Tuesday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The facility is closed Sundays and Mondays.
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