Justin Story, The Daily News, Bowling Green http://weku.fm en Former Trooper Wants Dismissed Suit Overturned http://weku.fm/post/former-trooper-wants-dismissed-suit-overturned <p><a href="http://www.bgdailynews.com/articles/2011/12/02/news/news5.txt">An attorney for a former Kentucky State Police</a> trooper injured on duty in Barren County 11 years ago went before the Kentucky Court of Appeals on Thursday to ask the court to overturn a lower court&rsquo;s decision dismissing his suit against a former Barren County sheriff and deputy. The three-judge panel of appeals court judges heard oral arguments Thursday at the Warren County Justice Center from attorneys representing former trooper Jason Cross, former Barren County Sheriff Barney Jones and Leland Cox, who served as a deputy under Jones. Cross sued Cox and Jones in connection with a Sept. 3, 2000, incident in Barren County. Fri, 02 Dec 2011 18:00:42 +0000 Justin Story, The Daily News, Bowling Green 17301 at http://weku.fm Amish Men Cited for Buggy Safety http://weku.fm/post/amish-men-cited-buggy-safety <p><a href="http://www.bgdailynews.com/articles/2011/11/18/news/news2.txt">Three Amish men cited</a> in Logan County for not displaying a safety emblem on the back of their horse-drawn buggies have requested jury trials in their cases. Benjamin Miller, 22, Hecekiah Miller, 28, and Monroe Miller, 31, all of Auburn, appeared Thursday in Logan District Court, where they declined an offer to have the cases against them dismissed in exchange for complying with the state law requiring them to place the emblem - a red-orange triangle designating a slow-moving vehicle - on the back of their buggies. Fri, 18 Nov 2011 21:26:55 +0000 Justin Story, The Daily News, Bowling Green 16539 at http://weku.fm Amish Men Cited for Buggy Safety For Yard Sale Patrons, US 68 Offers Variety http://weku.fm/post/yard-sale-patrons-us-68-offers-variety <p><a href="http://www.bgdailynews.com/articles/2011/06/03/news/news4.txt">Bargain hunters across the state</a> took to the road Thursday for the 400 Mile Sale. The annual event, which continues through Sunday, features yard sales in dozens of communities across the state, following U.S. 68 as it stretches west from Maysville to Paducah. The four-day event has grown in popularity since it was first held in 2004, bringing attention to U.S. 68 itself, which has been designated as a State Scenic Byway, and the antique shops and other destinations along the road. Fri, 03 Jun 2011 17:50:28 +0000 Justin Story, The Daily News, Bowling Green 5515 at http://weku.fm For Yard Sale Patrons, US 68 Offers Variety Graduates: Drug Court Changes Lives http://weku.fm/post/graduates-drug-court-changes-lives <p><a href="http://www.bgdailynews.com/articles/2011/05/27/news/news4.txt">Alcohol abuse helped drive </a>Tina Anderson into amassing a criminal record, but Warren County Drug Court has given her a new lease on life. A 45-year-old Bowling Green resident, Anderson was one of 37 people recognized Thursday during the drug court graduation ceremony in Bowling Green. Speaking during the ceremony, Anderson talked about how drug court gave her the structure she needed when she was ordered to enter the program in July 2009. Fri, 27 May 2011 17:12:10 +0000 Justin Story, The Daily News, Bowling Green 4858 at http://weku.fm American Legion Post Violates Smoking Ban http://weku.fm/post/american-legion-post-violates-smoking-ban <p><a href="http://www.bgdailynews.com/articles/2011/05/25/news/news2.txt">The Bowling Green Code Enforcement Board</a> on Tuesday upheld the citation and fine against American Legion Post 23 for violating the city&rsquo;s no-smoking ordinance. The veterans organization was cited April 28 and assessed a $25 fine for violating the ordinance that bans smoking in most indoor businesses. Attorney Alan Simpson of Bowling Green, who represents the Legion, appealed the citation, which was issued on the first day the ordinance went into effect. Four witnesses testified in a hearing that lasted about an hour Tuesday, and the Code Enforcement Board unanimously voted to uphold the citation and fine. Wed, 25 May 2011 17:00:21 +0000 Justin Story, The Daily News, Bowling Green 4671 at http://weku.fm