BOWLING GREEN—After a series of delays, Backdoor Brick Oven opened its doors Monday. Well, technically, the doors have been open since Two Scoops, the ice cream parlor the pizza restaurant shares its space with, opened in May.
BOWLING GREEN—During the Bowling Green Alumni Banquet last week, Bowling Green R-I Superintendent Matt Frederickson said he was pleased with the way improvements to the school have gone.
LOUISIANA—During the Louisiana R-II Board of Education meeting Monday, the school investigated getting a school resource officer for the district school system.
BOWLING GREEN—With Fire Safety Month in full swing, four classes from Bowling Green R-I Elementary School got a chance to visit their local firehouse and learn firsthand from firefighters about the department.
BOWLING GREEN—The Bowling Green Board of Aldermen and Mayor Jim Arico have selected Darin Chance as the new chief of police for the city.
LOUISIANA—A group of Louisiana citizens, mostly made up of local business owners and community leaders, met on Tuesday evening last week at the Bridge Coffee Shop because they have the motivation and desire to see businesses come back to life here in town.
BOWLING GREEN—Last year, with almost every public gathering cancelled because of the pandemic, Tonya Teasley, her staff and family, decided to hold their own fall festival during their traditional opening of their corn maze and pumpkin patch.
BOWLING GREEN—When one thinks of wine pairings it usually means pairing various wines with food. Saturday afternoon, the group Prometheus traveled to Bowling Green to pair their songs from around the world with wines from those regions.
The Pike County Health Department is now offering the third dose and booster dose COVID-19 vaccines. Please read the following information carefully. Recently the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines have been approved for third doses for the moderately to severely immunocompromised. At this…
As she approaches a rare career milestone, Janice Robinson recalls that a little fatherly advice and a desire to help people motivated her to carry on.
BOWLING GREEN—Friends, family and colleagues gathered at City Hall on Friday to thank Don Nacke for his service to the community as Bowling Green’s police chief.
Colorfest began in October 1984 in downtown Louisiana, near the majestic Mississippi River. According to Kiffany Ardeneaux, in nearby in Clarksville, the people were holding their fall festival—Applefest—at that time.
BOWLING GREEN—Last Friday, the owners and staff of MeMe’s Pantry on S. Court Street were offering a free lunch of pork burgers, brats and hot dogs to everyone in the community to help them celebrate their 30th anniversary in business.
BOWLING GREEN—It took a little while for the excitement to build, but build it did this past Saturday as the people of Bowling Green and the surrounding county gathered along S. Court Street to watch the city’s first parade since 2019. Most parades and festivals were canceled last year becau…
BOWLING GREEN—If you’re looking for some good, high-protein drinks to carry you through the day, or a nutritional alternative to an afternoon energy drink, then Full Throttle Nutrition is the place for you.
The not-for-profit Northeast Community Action Corp. teamed with Boy Scouts Troop No. 156 of Louisiana to install a Feed Your Neighbors Food Box outside the Scout House in Louisiana’s Sunset Park. The free, 24-hour service is available to those who want to pick up food and hygiene products…
Bowling Green—At the end of August, Casey Goetz and his staff drove to Pike County to provide dental care to the children in the local Amish community.
BOWLING GREEN—Come this Saturday, the town square will be filled with vendors, vintage cars and antique tractors for the 26th Annual Champ Clark Heritage Festival.
In June, Alan Hurd was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma, a type of cancer that attacks the mucus membranes. His family pulled together to give him all the support they could. With all the treatments he’ll need, they said he has a long road ahead of him.
For the past 14 years, Pike County has been providing backpacks stuffed with school supplies to the county’s school children. Up until last year, the Back to School Fair, which is held on the Pike County Fairground, families were allowed into the main building to pick up their supplies.
LOUISIANA—If you get arrested in Louisiana, there’s a pretty good chance you’re face is going to end up on the Louisiana Police Department’s Facebook page.
BOWLING GREEN—The main goal of the Downtown Revitalization Committee is to draw more people back to the downtown area of the city. With the weather finally cooperating, that’s what happened Friday afternoon when the Farmers & Artisans Downtown Marketplace came to life.
BOWLING GREEN—Police Chief Don Nacke said he is ready to retire. A notice appeared in an earlier issue of the Times seeking a successor for Nacke when he steps down from the roll he’s had for the last seven years.
LOUISIANA—It’s an issue that lots of people want to avoid, but affects so many, said Joe Solomon. He was passing through Louisiana on Sunday, paddling the length of the Mississippi to bring awareness about people who are suffering from mental health disorders.