When Marilyn Gidcumb Konstanty decided to put her memories of growing up in Butler County on the written page, she waivered between making it a work of fiction or a straight-forward memoir. Luckily for her readers, she went with memoir. Her book MAKING A LIVING: A MEMOIR OF A RURAL KENTUCKY GIR
In June 2000 Mark Hood took on a new business project when he purchased what is now known as Hood’s Market. Mark, son of the late Bill and Regina Hood, was no stranger to running a local bu
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Ernest Lee, son of Jeff and Lisa Lee of Morgantown, KY has been named to the Dean's List at Georgetown College. The Dean's List is made up of students earning a 3.7 GPA or higher with twelve college cred
When Scott Howard entered fourth grade, at Fifth District Elementary School, in Butler County, he walked into his classroom and discovered Danny Deweese was to be his homeroom teacher. Danny Deweese became an inspiration to young Scott Howard, an
Every Father’s Day, many reflect on the countless ways their fathers have impacted their lives. For Alexandria Burrell, it’s a special reminder of her 20 years working side by side as a McDonald’s owner-operator with her father, Paul.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – The following Western Kentucky University students from Warren and surrounding counties were named to the honors lists for the spring 2020 semester. Full-time undergraduate students with a semester grade-point average of 3.4 to 3.79 are named to the Dean’s List.
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