The leader of Louisiana’s church walk is saying amen.
Martha Sue Smith is hanging up her heirloom bell as tour guide for the free event, which features choirs, recitals, poetry and sing-a-longs.
If you love Santa Claus, you’ll be seeing double, triple and much more in Clarksville.
Mayor Jo Anne Smiley’s annual Santa Land display begins Saturday and runs through early next year inside City Hall at 111 Howard Street.
A hearing for a former Pike County sheriff candidate who faces felony charges has been moved.
The hearing was to have taken place Wednesday, but has been rescheduled to January 8th.
The winter storm that blanketed the Plains and Midwest forced the postponement of the Gene Watson and Rhonda Vincent concert scheduled for Friday night in Bowling Green.
Watson lives in Texas, and was stranded Thursday awaiting a flight out of Dallas.
A Bowling Green man has pleaded guilty to assault.
Twenty-two-year-old Joshua Niffen will be sentenced on December 19th.
Niffen admitted to entering his former girlfriend’s Bowling Green apartment last March and hitting a man. He had originally faced additional charges, but they were dropped.
The American Red Cross is urging blood donations during the holiday season.
The Give Something that Means Something campaign will run through January 6.
A few tickets remain for Friday night’s Bowling Green concert by the King of Country Soul and the Queen of Bluegrass.
The concert featuring Gene Watson with special guest Rhonda Vincent starts at 8 o’clock Friday night at the Bowling Green High School Auditorium.
Pittsfield – As the winter driving season approaches, Illinois State Police (ISP) are urging motorists to take the necessary safety precautions before getting behind the wheel since vehicle safety is equally as important as driving safely.
A Bowling Green man who’s on the Missouri Sex Offender Registry faces a preliminary hearing Wednesday.
Michael Weathers Junior is charged with a felony of failure to register as a sex offender. He was arrested in July.