Pam Cassady, The Daily News, Bowling Green en Immigrants Shocked by Terror Arrests <p><a href="">When Sajad Alzuhairi, owner of </a>the International Market in Bowling Green, heard about the arrests of two local Iraqi refugees on terrorism charges, he was shocked. One of the men, Waad Ramadan Alwan, had often worked for Alzuhairi at the store. &ldquo;I could not believe it,&rdquo; said Alzuhairi, who is from Iraq and lives in Nashville. &ldquo;He didn&rsquo;t look like the kind of person who would do anything like that.&rdquo; Alwan, 30, and Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, 23, both of whom have lived in Bowling Green since 2009, are charged with plotting to send explosives, guns and missiles to al-Qaida in Iraq, according to a federal indictment that was unsealed Tuesday. Fri, 03 Jun 2011 18:27:37 +0000 Pam Cassady, The Daily News, Bowling Green 5523 at A Family of Service <p><a href="">When James E. Keown joined the</a> United States Air Force in 1948, he couldn&rsquo;t have known that his four younger brothers would all decide to follow in his footsteps and serve in the military, but they did. &ldquo;It was just like a chain reaction,&rdquo; said Donald Keown. In total, the Keown brothers have 53 years of service to their credit and they all now have bricks in the Veterans Memorial Garden at Bowling Green&#39;s Old Courthouse. Fri, 27 May 2011 17:08:49 +0000 Pam Cassady, The Daily News, Bowling Green 4855 at