Do you have a living will? A living will is a legal document that indicates the types of medical treatments and life-sustaining measures you want and don't want, such as mechanical breathing (respiration and ventilation), tube feeding or resuscitation.
Adults throughout the area can complete a living will free of charge on Saturday, May 18th.
Stop by anytime between 9am and 3pm at the Campbell Lane branch of Citizens First Bank in Bowling Green.
Leave in minutes with your living will signed, notarized, copied, and legal.
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Show your support for WKU Public Radio during our Spring Membership Drive and you'll be entered into a drawing for one of several prizes, including a $500 Amazon gift card, a vacation getway at Barren River State Park, one of five signed copies of The Kentucky Barbecue Bookby WKU Professor Wes Berry, and a pair of 3-day passes to the ROMP music festival in Owensboro.
You can see contest rules and details here. The deadline is April 27th. And thanks for everything you do to make our programs possible!
A vigorous cold front will move through the region Thursday night. A line of storms is expected to develop west of the area, just ahead of the cold front, and head east.
A line of showers and storms will move through the Ohio Valley ahead of strong cold front tonight. While the severe threat with these storms is diminishing, a few strong storms will still be possible as powerful low and mid level winds will overspread the area.
Overall, most places can expect between 0.75" and 1.5" of rainfall through the event.
The National Weather Service has issued a frost advisory for early Wednesday morning, affecting the western parts of the WKU Public Radio listening area.
A strong cold front moved through the Ohio Valley on Thursday, ushering in a colder air mass for the weekend. By early Saturday morning, surface high pressure will be anchored over the middle Mississippi River Valley, allowing for mostly clear skies and nearly calm winds generally west of I-65.