Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Muhlenberg County Featured Stories

Weekly Muhlenberg County Specific Featured Stories

Honors lists for local college students

Jacob Ford, of Bremen, made the fall 2019 Dean’s List at Berea College.Zachary Geary, a sophomore from Greenville, made the fall 2019...

Christmastime memories, goals shared by leaders

The Leader-News asked local leaders about their favorite things about Christmas and this festive time of year. As well, we wanted to...

Found 46 provides services, entertainment for teens

“We want to give teens a safe space and people who care about them,” says Chase Clark, Found 46 Teen Services’ Community...

Paint Me Pretty brings art to downtown Central City

“I’ve had an interest in art my whole life,” says April Jernigan. While living in Bowling Green, she loved taking her two...

Bean Supper will benefit ovarian cancer research

Despite the fact that a woman’s odds of having ovarian cancer are about 1 in 78, compared to 1 in 8 women...

Smith brings passion to Humane Society

“I could never see myself not rescuing and helping animals,” says Janetta Smith, new Director of the Muhlenberg County Humane Society. She...

Mt. Pisgah Church celebrates 150th Anniversary

In the early 1800s, many from the Eastern United States began moving farther into the unexplored West. Western Kentucky was a popular...

Opportunity Center serves citizens, creates job skills

The Opportunity Center was first opened by parents of children with intellectual disabilities. The Center became a safe, sheltered place where they...

Coffee Central opens on Broad Street

Peggy Shoemaker and Terri Rice had been best friends for thirty years before opening Ingrid’s Too in downtown Central City. Open one...

Williams honored for life of service in Greenville

Recently retired Old National Bank Western Kentucky Region President Peggy Williams was honored Wednesday with a cookout and short ceremony in her...
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