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January 2, 1992 – Fifth grade students in Betty Hammer’s class at Eastern Elementary were allowed to move into the school’s new wing.

January 3, 1992 – Ten members of the Glasgow Middle School Cheerleading squad participated in the half-time activities of the Peach Bowl. Members included: Lindsey Bale, Alysia Pedigo, Lee Gentry, Angelia Pickett, Toni Richey, Joannah Peterson, Brittney Huffman, Natalie Bryant, Amanda Nelson, and Bethany Deckard.

January 3, 1992 – Four babies were born on New Year’s Day at TJ Samson Community Hospital. They were: Cody Dylan Edwards, son of Jimmy and Tonya Edwards; Amy Marie Cloyd, daughter of Mike and Judy Cloyd; Haley McKenzie Lawson, daughter of Mike and Panquitta Lawson; and Baby Dennison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dennison and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jessie.

January 5, 1992 – Mr. and Mrs. Dave High celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Their children include Jimmie High, Junior L. High, Tommy G. High, and Judy Ann Turner.

January 5, 1992 – Conservation Essay and Poster Contest winners were Stephanie Harris, Josh Thomas, Steve Gardner, Brad Barlow, and Felix Murray.

January 6, 1992 – The Glasgow Scottie boys basketball team coached by Donnie Owens captured the SKAC championship. Leading scorers were Tommy Burris, Marcus Williams, and Justin Lohden.

January 7, 1992 – John Rogers, son of Elizabeth Anne Rogers and the late James T. Rogers, was sworn in by Barren County Circuit Court Judge Shelley Riherd.

January 8, 1992 – An announcement was made that the GP/Sorensen plant in Glasgow would be closing during the first quarter of 1993.

January 8, 1992 – Barren County’s Brady Button put on a show on offense with 23 points as his Trojans climbed to 3-0 in the district win with a 76-54 victory over homestanding Glasgow.

January 9, 1992 – Glasgow High School senior, Allison Gardner, will represent Glasgow/Barren County in the state Young Woman of the Year Scholarship Program.

January 12, 1992 – In an ad, Michelle Johnson announces Gymnastics registration with classes being held at Wheels Skating Centre. Cost is $20/month.

January 12, 1992 – The Purina Mills located on Rogers Drive in Glasgow was destroyed by fire. The manager, Collie Byrd, estimated the amount at around $300,000.

January 13, 1992 – Sean Michael Allison has been named the new director of the Barren County Family YMCA.

January 13, 1992 – The building committee for South Central Kentucky Cultural Center met to discuss the design for the backside of the renovated buildings on West Main Street since the removal of the old tobacco warehouse. The committee consisted of: Beula Nunn, Lisa Biggers, Tommy Lyons, Ed Henry, and Robert A. Lessenberry. This foundation has one paid employee, Julie Smith and 18 volunteers.

January 17, 1992 – Unemployment for Barren County is at 7.3%.

January 23, 1992 – A barn located on Dexter Avenue is being torn down to make room for construction of the new Glasgow Middle School.

January 24, 1992 – Two South Green Elementary students, Kasey Pelham and Kirsten Gravely, attended the University of Kentucky to participate in acting sessions offered by the gifted student program.

January 27, 1992 – The Kentucky Headhunters will appear on the American Music Awards show on ABC tonight at 7pm.

January 27, 1992 – Cellular One opens Glasgow office with local representatives to be Peggy Patriarca and Pam Pelfrey.

January 29, 1992 – The Glasgow Kiwanis Club announced that Capt. H.H. (Junior) Johnson, Jr., has been selected as “Fireman of the Year.”

January 29, 1992 – Stephen Ragle of Barren County High School and Jonathon Bradshaw of Glasgow High School are recognized as candidates for the 1992 McDonald’s All American High School Basketball Team.

January 30, 1992 – Barren County Board unveils plans for new middle school with construction scheduled to begin in early spring.



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