Bowling Green, KY – WKU Folk Studies graduate student Rachel Hopkin explores the rich tradition of basket making in South Central Kentucky (join us for the full hour-long documentary on Saturday, April 2, at 2pm C.T./3pm E.T.)
Bowling Green, KY – April 5th and April 19th are very important dates on the WKU baseball team's schedule this year. On those days the Hilltoppers will host the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky, respectively, in the home of the Bowling Green Hot Rods. University and team officials say its a good opportunity for area fans to see some outstanding college baseball in a professional setting. Dan Modlin has more on the story......
Bowling Green, KY – Sustainable agriculture is just catching on in Kentucky. It's so new many ag experts with the state don't know much about it and are learning from the farmers themselves. Joe Corcoran recently visited a farmer in Warren County using the method to grow his fruits and vegetables all year around.
Bowling Green, KY – Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials say the Kentucky 2155 bridge over the Ohio River will close later this year, for a deck rehabilitation project. Public Information Officer Keith Todd says the project has been planned for some time, but has been moved up because a hole developed in the roadway on March 12th. Todd says construction on the structure, which is also called the Glover Cary Bridge, is expected to start in June. The bridge will be closed for about four months.
Bowling Green – The Third Infantry Brigade Combat Team, First Division based at Fort Knox has suffered its first casualty since deploying to Afghanistan last December. The unit is engaging in combat operations and training the Afghan police and army. WKU Public Radio has been following the mission and gets this update from Lieutenant Colonel James Vizzard, a battalion commander from Fort Knox.