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Mammoth Cave National Park is reopening today for self-guided cave tours with camping reopening on June 11. πŸ•οΈ

This video outlines the safety precautions being taken to keep visitors and staff healthy. 😷

Purchasing tour tickets in advance at recreation.gov is strongly encouraged. πŸ₯Ύ
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Rainy days have us dreaming about rainbows. 🌈 ⁣
πŸ“Έ: @melindahutcheson
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Rainy days have us dreaming about rainbows. 🌈 ⁣
πŸ“Έ: @melindahutcheson

Do you want to win a $100 gift card to Anna's Restaurant? You have today and tomorrow to complete the Landmark Association's Downtown Bowling Green Scavenger Hunt and win that delicious prize!

#gearedforfun #visitbgky
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Do you want to win a $100 gift card to Annas Restaurant? You have today and tomorrow to complete the Landmark Associations Downtown Bowling Green Scavenger Hunt and win that delicious prize!

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2 days ago

Kentucky Tourism

We are paddling πŸ›Ά into June! Kentucky State Parks re-open today - which lake is your favorite to go canoeing or kayaking? #travelky

πŸ“ Jenny Wiley State Resort Park, Prestonsburg, KY
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We are paddling πŸ›Ά into June! Kentucky State Parks re-open today - which lake is your favorite to go canoeing or kayaking? #TravelKY

πŸ“ Jenny Wiley State Resort Park, Prestonsburg, KY

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What are the rules for camping???

Leave the generator and golf cart at home

Willy McNeal

5 days ago

Kentucky Tourism

Gorgeous #TravelKY horses 🐎 + a breathtaking sunset πŸŒ„ = perfection! Show us your favorite #FoalFriday shot in the comments ‡️ #TogetherKY

πŸ“·: markgpearsonky
πŸ“ Versailles, KY
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Gorgeous #TravelKY horses 🐎 + a breathtaking sunset πŸŒ„ = perfection! Show us your favorite #FoalFriday shot in the comments ‡️ #TogetherKy

πŸ“·: markgpearsonky
πŸ“ Versailles, KY

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One of Kentucky’s prettiest sights are it’s horses.

Miss My Kentucky

Great horses and scenery, my wonderful Kentucky.

Such beauty, both the horses and Kentucky’s scenery

Love my Kentucky

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We acknowledge you
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WE ARE ONE WKU

It is imperative, now more than ever, that we join together in ensuring all members of the WKU Family β€” students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends β€” not only feel welcomed and safe, but experience our campuses as inclusive environments in which to live, learn and grow.

Read a statement from WKU administrators on our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion at bit.ly/30e57Uf
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We hear you
We acknowledge you
We support you
WE ARE ONE WKU

It is imperative, now more than ever, that we join together in ensuring all members of the WKU Family β€” students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends β€” not only feel welcomed and safe, but experience our campuses as inclusive environments in which to live, learn and grow. 

Read a statement from WKU administrators on our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion at https://bit.ly/30e57Uf

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Several organizations have been using their platforms to articulate a strong anti-racist position about the murders of Black people as a result of police brutality bore out of centuries of oppression against people of color. The Mathematical Association of America explicitly said "Black Lives Matter" (www.mathvalues.org/masterblog/black-lives-matter). The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics said "as a mathematics education community, we must not tolerate acts of racism, hate, bias, or violence" (www.nctm.org/News-and-Calendar/News/NCTM-News-Releases/A-Statement-on-George-Floyd,-Breonna-Taylo...). I am disappointed by the statement made by WKU. "Senseless deaths" cheapens the facts; they were murders. "Racial injustices" is soft language for systemic racial oppression. The statement acknowledges that "we cannot remain silent because silence equals complicity." I agree with that statement, and as such I must point out that I believe my employer has not taken a strong enough position that supports our students, faculty, staff, and alumni of color, and acknowledges that they are seen and heard. Black Lives Matter.

A WKU professor is playing a big role in a pilot program that helps former felons get through the expungement process and get on with their lives. Amy Bingham explains in this week’s View from the Hill. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations!! I know you will do great things.

Are you related to James Bingham?

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