Your News » Lifestyles

Parks, Recreation department announces fall, winter events

Posted on August 26, 2014 at 1:35 pm

The City of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department recently released its Fall/Winter activities guide for 2014-2015. The guide provides a comprehensive listing of various activities which will be undertaken in the coming months. These programs have been designed to appeal to a wide range of interests and age groups. The activities are quite varied and include youth archery, adult softball, holiday crafting, art, fitness classes and even a winter

Read Full Story

Lifestyles » Older Stories

  • Hodge gives himself to the groove – Local man finds passion in dancing

    Posted on August 26, 2014 at 1:21 pm

    Aaron Hodge, a local dancer, succumbs to the music no matter where it strikes him.

    Fortunately for one Bowling Green resident, the City is not like that of Footloose movie infamy. Aaron Hodge, age 22, says he’s been passionate about dancing since he was just a youngster. Although he loves the aforementioned movie, he can revel in the ability to cut a rug whenever and wherever he sees fit, something that happens quite often. “After I watched it (Footloose) I’d always go outside away from

    Read Full Story
  • Your Scope – Facebook Finds

    Posted on August 19, 2014 at 1:02 pm

    We asked, and you commented. Last week, the Bowling Green Times asked its Facebook followers what they think about the shooting death of Michael Brown and current state of upheaval in Ferguson. Here are some of the answers…   Question: “We want to know your thoughts on the situation in Ferguson this week… Do you think the protests are justified/necessary? How do you feel about the death of Michael Brown

    Read Full Story
  • Louisiana welcomes Plein Air Painting event

    Posted on August 19, 2014 at 1:01 pm

    Artists will be flocking to Louisiana Missouri on Sept. 13 for the third annual Golden Hills of Louisiana Plein Air Painting Event. After a fantastic second event of unparalleled success last year, this year promises to be even better. Visual artists from third states participated in last years event to paint “en plein air” the hills, valleys, buildings and people in and around Louisiana. “En Plein Air” is a French

    Read Full Story
  • Heritage Festival 2014 shaping up

    Posted on August 19, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    Several integral players for the 2014 Heritage Fest gathered last Wednesday to give an update on the event’s highlights. Pictured (from left): Heritage Festival Chairman Tara Massman, Grand Marshal Andrea Amelung, play coordinator Brent Engel, Chad Perkins, and Brian King.

    This year’s Champ Clark Heritage Festival seems to be shaping up nicely, according to a report given by event chairman Tara Massman last week. Heritage Fest, with a theme of “Breaking Barriers,” will be held on the Bowling Green Square on Saturday, Sept. 13. A parade will kick off the special event at 10 a.m., with additional activities throughout the day. Heritage Fest 2014 will include a play written by

    Read Full Story
  • Little Mr./Miss Firefighter 2014

    Posted on August 19, 2014 at 12:48 pm

    Little MrMiss firefighter

    Congratulations to this year’s Little Mr. and Miss Firefighter, Brayden Dotson and Jacy Lowrance. Brayden is the son of Jod and Laura Dotson of New London. Jacy is the daughter of Tim and Maria Lowrance of Vandalia.  

    Read Full Story
  • “The Legend Continues” – Outlaw Rodeo takes on new life

    Posted on August 12, 2014 at 12:46 pm

    Lance McCollum and Mike Gillum

    “It’s time for an official public announcement,” the post read. “After 26 years of producing and contracting rodeos, the best quarter of a century anybody could ever wish for, Mary Beth and I have decided to move on to the next chapter of our lives. This decision comes after a lot of deep soul searching.” One of the best-known rodeo production companies in the Midwest will have a new captain

    Read Full Story

Headlines of the Day

Switch to our mobile site