GLASGOW FAMILY TO BE FEATURED ON NASHVILLE TELEVISION MONDAY NIGHT PDF Print
Sunday, 03 February 2013 13:30

 

On November 30th, the life of John Thomas Rogers, a Glasgow youth, and his family was changed forever. Rogers, a freshman at Western Kentucky University was burned in a bon fire in Bowling Green.  He was flown to Vanderbilt University Hospital to be treated in the burn unit there.  Glasgow native, Scott Couch who in now a television journalist for Fox 17 in Nashville picked up on the facebook chatter about JT’s accident.  Couch, a GHS graduate from the class of 1982 had known the youth’s parents, John and LaDonna Rogers.  Coincidentally, he was working on a feature story about the “Power of Prayer”, something that had played heavily in the course of JT’s treatment and the hope created as people reached out to his family.  Couch says the Rogers’ story fit perfectly in the feature story he was trying to tell

 

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The program will air Monday night of Fox 17 out of Nashville on their 9 pm newscast.

 

Scott Couch

 

 

Today is Gayle Berry Day!!!  Gayle is retiring July 31 from the South Central Kentucky Cultural Center.  A reception is being held today from 1-3.

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