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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue includes articles:

  • Carpenter, Steve. Workers to Meet with Legislators
  • Wood, Michele. Two Work, Work Out at Same Time – Marcia Portman, Joey Natcher
  • Salato, Nancy. Angels Anonymously Exchange Christmas Gifts in Women’s Dorms
  • Mounce, Doug. Ogden College Dean Resigns After 15 Years of Expansion – Marvin Russell
  • Committee Trying to Fill Public Relations Position
  • Group Accepts Zoning Decision – Maranatha Christian Center
  • Worker’s Problem Won’t Just Go Away
  • Whitaker, David. Stockings Are Hung Way Too Long
  • Gibbons, Roland. Editorial Cartoon – Christmas Music
  • Smith, Brenda & Cathy Dunn. Quotes Scripture, White Witch
  • Ammons, T.J. Agrees About Iran
  • Turner, Greg. Questions Concert – Spyro Gyra
  • Dukes, Debbie & Vicki Phillips. Says Letter Biased
  • Donald Zacharias Will Represent State, not just Western, on Council of Higher Education Panel
  • Writer Wins $400 – Alan Judd
  • Honors Program Available
  • Bilbrey, Greg. Shopping Areas Here Well Stocked
  • Food for Thought Makes Good Gift for Those Avoiding Holiday Goodies
  • Stocking Stuffers Can be Hard to Find
  • Album Good Gift for Music Lover
  • Tips on Safe Driving During Winter
  • Plants Make Selection Easy
  • Lifeless Dolls Not Enough to Satisfy Today’s Children
  • Hayter, Susan. Many Conservation Moves Needed to Reduce Cost of Heating Home
  • Advance Registration Increases by About 100
  • Stewart, Kevin. Gene Keady Looking for Stable Starting Lineup – Basketball
  • Young, Monte. Murray State University Loss Kills Hope for an All-Ohio Valley Conference Final
  • Younkin, Linda. Hilltoppers Defeat University of Tennessee-Martin 69-58, Despite Inconsistency
  • Tournament Teams Set
  • Sports Book Released – Red Towel Territory
  • Stoner, Bob. Tops Lose Home Meet – Gymnastics
  • Beaty, Lisa. William Buckley Speaks on Economics, Says Ronald Reagan Will be President
  • Agriculture Exposition Center Should be Ready to Open Soon


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