The combination of the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association conference and the Kentucky 2A Basketball Championships in Owensboro this week should pump nearly $800,000 into the local economy, said Mark Calitri, president of the Owensboro-Daviess County Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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In what will likely be his last State of the City address, Owensboro Mayor Watson recapped numerous events of the past few years Thursday, focusing mostly on economic development, recreational activities and transportation.
Daviess Judge-Executive Al Mattingly wants to borrow an idea from Impact 100 to boost the amount of money available for the Bring On Learning and Degrees scholarship.
Last night, we had our Ward’s Christmas party at Larry and Terri’s.
This week we close out a decade.
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce and Girls Incorporated will again be presenting the prestigious ATHENA Award to an individual in the Owensboro community.
Home for the holidays.
“Are you ready for Christmas?”
David Johnson and Fred Reeves, owners of A+ Leadership, gave more details Tuesday to the Owensboro City Commission about how they’re going to approach the plan to bring more residential living downtown.