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TAZ trucking announces $7.3 million expansion to Bowling Green facility, to add 57 new jobs

TAZ Trucking Inc. has announced plans for a $7.3 million investment in it’s Bowling Green facility expected to create as many as 57 new jobs. “We are ready to grow with the Bowling Green community and increase our capacity to serve our current customers and new customers,” said Tahir Zukic, TAZ Trucking president. “We know this will assist in the access to transportation in South Central...

Inspired at 4-H leadership conference, Warren County teen makes positive impact on local environment

By Katie Pratt University of Kentucky Spurred by an idea at a Kentucky 4-H leadership conference, a Warren County teen returned home and is making a positive impact on her local environment. Anna Sweets is a 4-H member and a senior at South Warren High School. She leads her local 4-H environmental club, which she started after participating in the environmental tract at 4-H Teen Conference for the...

Online fashion boutique Pink Lily plans $2 million expansion of Bowling Green distribution facility

National women’s fashion retailer and clothing maker Pink Lily Boutique has announced it will expand its Warren County operation by 56 people over five years and invest more than $2 million in a permanent home for both office and manufacturing functions. The company will expand its Bowling Green facility on Mitch McConnell Way to 50,000 square feet, which will house Pink Lily’s headquarters, as...

Warren County Extension office steps up to plate to share agriculture with 1,400 regional students

When an opportunity to share agriculture with 1,400 young people from several counties arose, the Warren County office of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service took to the ball diamond. The extension agents recently hosted the agriculture awareness day at a game of the Bowling Green Hot Rods, the local Single-A baseball team. The game was played earlier in the day to accommodate...