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Signs placed around campus remind students how to be safe and stay healthy while on campus by wearing masks and social distancing from other students.
As vaccination rates remain low, Warren County enters "red zone"
Debra Murray, Digital News Editor • July 28, 2021

Editor's Note: This story has been updated with new information. With the start of the fall semester three weeks away, Warren County moved...

Redshirt sophomore kicker Brayden Narveson celebrates a field goal at Florida Atlantic. The Hilltoppers fell to the Owls 10-6 in Boca Raton, Florida on Nov. 7, 2020. 
Narveson, Haggerty III both land on award watch lists
Jake Moore, Sports Editor • July 28, 2021

Two members of WKU's special teams unit landed on preseason watch lists for prestigious NCAA awards on Wednesday. Punter John Haggerty III was...

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