blue bridge

WBKR Painting Party [Photos]
Yesterday, the WBKR staff closed up shot early and headed to Studio Slant in downtown Owensboro for our version of their popular Canvas & Cocktails party.  And my friend and party hostess Mary-Katherine Maddox helped us paint portraits of the Blue Bridge.
The End Is Near! But in a good way. The Glover H. Cary Bridge--the lifeline to the rest of the world (Natcher Bridge, notwithstanding)--will reopen at noon Wednesday and the days of long detours will come to an end!
Our long national nightmare will soon be over. The Glover H. Cary Bridge--the lifeline to the rest of the world (Natcher Bridge, notwithstanding)--will reopen on November 27th!
Blue Bridge Painting (Pictures)
Owensboro's Blue Bridge is being painted and we have pictures. Closed since May 15, right after the Owensboro International Barbecue Festival, the bridge's painters are making great headway. According to the Messenger-Inquirer, the tarp will soon be thrown back and the new colors revealed. More work…
A worker on Owensboro's Blue Bridge who suffered injuries Monday evening has died. Daviess County coroner Jeff Jones has confirmed that burns on the hands of the 35-year-old repair crew member are consistent with electrocution.
Is Blue Bridge FINALLY to be Painted?
Technically it is the Glover Cary bridge. But, we call it the "Blue Bridge" because of its color. Kentucky and Indiana highway officials have indicated the bridge is scheduled for repainting in about 2017 (which happens to be Owensboro's bicentennial) at an estimated cost of 8 to 10 millio…
Walk the Blue Bridge Again Saturday
Remember, tomorrow is the day Bridge day returns! The second annual opportunity to walk the Blue Bridge will take place in conjunction with the quickly growing East Bridge Arts Festival in downtown Owensboro presented by Studio Slant.
Owensboro’s Blue Bridge Will Close July 5th
Word just in from the Kentucky Transportation Department that July 5th will be the closing date for the rbidge to be repaired. Deck replacement will take about three months. Had the bridge, actually the Glover Cary Bridge,  remained partly open it would take twice as long...