Topic: Bowling Green KY
Bowling Green, KY – In an unexpected turn of events, the Millionth Corvette was resurrected from the depths of the sinkhole today.
“Initially there was no intention to bring the Millionth out, but as we got in there and saw more this morning we felt like this might be our best chance,” said Danny Daniel, President of Scott, Murphy and Daniel Construction.
Danny indicated that they pulled the car by one wheel from where it was lodged and it swung free into the cavern.
Museum cars damaged in sinkhole collapse will be shipped to Warren, Michigan
Detroit, MI – To help the National Corvette Museum recover from the massive sink hole, Chevrolet will be overseeing restoration of the Corvettes damaged. The process will be managed by General Motors Design in Warren, MI.
“The vehicles at the National Corvette Museum are some of the most significant in automotive history,” said Mark Reuss, executive vice president of General Motors Global Product Development.
Bowling Green, KY – On Wednesday, February 12th, a giant sinkhole collapsed inside the Skydome area of the National Corvette Museum. Eight Corvettes fell into the sinkhole and were damage in the incident.
Today, Friday, February 13th, the Museum provided an update on the status of the sinkhole. Mike Murphy of Scott, Murphy and Daniel Construction led the conference.
Bowling Green, KY – The National Corvette Museum received a call at 5:44am from their security company alerting them of their motion detectors going off in their Skydome area of the Museum.
Upon arrival it was discovered that a sinkhole had collapsed within the Museum. No one was in or around the Museum at the time.
The Bowling Green Fire Department arrived on the scene and secured the area.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans named Jason Michael as offensive coordinator.
Michael has 11 years of coaching experience, including eight seasons in the NFL. He joins the Titans after spending three seasons (2011-13) as the tight ends coach for the San Diego Chargers.
“Jason really impresses me with his knowledge of the run and pass game and he was a big part of putting together our plans last year in San Diego,” said Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt.
Fort Campbell, KY – The soldiers of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, gathered November 15th for a brigade motorcycle ride outside the brigade headquarters, here.
Fifty soldiers braved the cold on their bikes to take part in the ride, leaving at 8:50 am and arriving at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY at 11:40am.
BACH invites the Community to support wounded, injured and ill Soldiers Bike Ride from Fort Knox to Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell, KY – Fort Campbell residents and members of the surrounding communities are invited to show their support September 25th for wounded, injured and ill Soldiers as they participate in the Bluegrass Rendezvous Bike Ride, a therapeutic and challenging ride.
The Fort Campbell group will consist of 12 WTB Soldiers, one who recently returned to duty with his unit, and their support team. They will meet a group of Fort Knox Soldiers and their support staff at Fort Knox September 24th and ride the first 97 miles to Bowling Green, KY. «Read the rest of this article»
Bowling Green, KY – Austin Peay State University women’s soccer team got another goal from senior Tatiana Ariza and a stout Lady Govs defense buckled down in overtime to salvage a 1-1 against Western Kentucky, Thursday, at the WKU Soccer Complex.
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s soccer team, playing its first home match of the year August 30th at Morgan Brothers Field, remained unbeaten on the young season with a 3-0 victory over Arkansas-Little Rock.
Bowling Green, KY - Clarksville triathlete Russ Shemberger took part in the Bowling Green Sprint Triathlon on Sunday, where he finished second in his age group, and placed 12th overall. The field had nearly 300 triathletes competing.
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