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Hello again everyone. It’s Wednesday in Bowling Green and I’m back in your inbox to update you on the biggest things happening locally.


But first, your local weather:

  • Wednesday: Partly sunny. High: 84 Low: 60.
  • Thursday: A couple of showers in the afternoon. High: 83 Low: 67.

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Here are the top three stories in Bowling Green today:

  1. The Humane Society currently offers free distemper vaccinations for cats and dogs. while supply lasts. Distemper can cause gastrointestinal problems by attacking the respiratory and nervous systems. Puppies will require a round of four injections, while adult pets will only need one injection every 12 months. The free vaccine is being offered due to an increase in cases. (WBKO 13)
  2. A 22-year-old Bowling Green man was arrested after police responded to gunfire Monday, May 8 near Yukon Court.. One person sustained non-life-threatening injuries to him and refused EMT help, but later went to the hospital. The shooter is currently being held at the Warren County Detention Center. (WNKY 40)
  3. Teranga Academy, located in Bowling Green, operates as a public school designed specifically to help refugee and immigrant students adjust to life in the United States. Established in 2022, the academy is modeled after the Fugees Family and aims to fill educational gaps for students who have experienced disrupted schooling in their home countries. The school offers an English immersion program with a focus on trauma-informed practices and culturally responsive teaching, helping students develop proficiency in various academic subjects while fostering community through athletic, artistic, and musical activities. (WKU Herald)

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Today and tomorrow at Bowling Green:

Wednesday May 10:

  • food bank In the First Christian Church (4:30 PM)

Thursday May 11:

  • preschool yoga At the Warren County Public Library (10:00 a.m.)
  • Story time in the park On Reservoir Hill (11AM)

From my notebook:

  • Comedian Killer Beaz from Discovery Channel’s “Moonshiners” will be in Bowling Green this weekend for a one night show at the Capital Arts Center. Doors will open at 6 pm and the show will begin at 7 pm (Visit the bowling green)
  • “Pooches and Pours” returns this weekend at Traveler’s Cellar Winery in nearby Rockfield. All proceeds from the dog show will go to Bowling Green-Warren County Humane Society! (Visit the bowling green)
  • Rain or shine Party Under The Pavillion will return next Thursday, May 18 at SoKY Marketplace. Live music will be provided by Chelsea Nolan and Garrett Dearing. (SoKY Market via Facebook)

You’re all stuck for today! I’ll be in your inbox soon with a new update.

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