Quick Reads

‘Lost River Sessions’ Highlights Music Scene

by Andrew Critchelow WKU students have helped make “The Lost River Sessions” on Western Kentucky University’s PBS station an award-winning series that showcases regional musicians at local venues. Co-produced by audio engineer James Pearson and…

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WKU Alum is Youngest Commission Candidate

by Hunter Frint The 2016 election for City Commissioner includes a fresh face — Nathan “Nate” Morguelan, a WKU alum who is the youngest candidate in the race as he makes his debut in Bowling Green…

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Nursing Student Found Calling Raising Sick Child

By Savannah Pennington Two days after giving birth, Nicole Pendino watched as her son became stiff as a board and turned blue. “He was pretty much dying in my arms,” Pendino said. Her son, Clay was rushed to…

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Finding a home at Trendy Me

By Abby Ponder When Susan Simmons receives a new shipment of clothes at the Trendy Me boutique in Glasgow, Kentucky, she instantly reaches out to her customers. She’ll pull out her phone, snap a quick…

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Q&A with Sheriff Jerry ‘Peanuts’ Gaines

By Lauren Nolan Lifelong Warren County resident Jerry “Peanuts” Gaines has been the Bowling Green Sheriff for 35 years. Prior to that, he was a Warren County magistrate. In 2010, Gaines was chosen National Sheriff…

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Novo Dolce diversifies local culinary scene

Sasha Mandrapa, the executive chef of Novo Dolce, instructs an apprentice on how to properly cut meat. By Giorgi Meyer Recent years have experienced a rise of a new culinary trend, the gastro pubs. Since…

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Legislators, activists push for statewide adoption of URLTA

Aeryn Darst (left), a member of the Student Coalition for Renters’ Rights, and others from the coalition and Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, distribute information at a recent event to raise awareness about renters’ rights. Photo…

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Brunch is Served at White Squirrel Brewery

A Bloody Mary at White Squirrel Brewery in Bowling Green. The brewery recently started serving brunch on Sunday. By Naomi Driessnack There isn’t a wait for a seat, but the place is mostly full and…

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Unconventional candidate for governor promotes weed legalization

Blackii Effing Whyte, a 68-year-old musciain and T-shirt salesman, is an unconventional gubernatorial candidate. HIs main issues focus on dismantling the two-party system and marijuana legalization. Photo by Coaldust By Jessica Voorhees Long white locks,…

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