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March 1992

March 1, 1992 – Spencer Hoover, a sixth grader in Marilyn Chambers class at Bunche Sixth Grade Center won at the school-level completion of the National Geography Bee.

March 1, 1992 – Century 21 Barren River Realty agents Brian Dale, Linda Goad, Sybil Leamon, Kim Ritter and Loretta Minyard have completed the Kentucky real estate education requirements.

March 1, 1992 – Barren County High Beta Club is privileged to have the Third District Beta Vice-President, Reed Cutshall and the Kentucky State Beta Vice-President, Brad Barlow.

March 3, 1992 – Lacey Bowles, daughter of Dexter and Donella Bowles, submitted the design the was chosen for the 1992 DAWGS Walk T-shirt.

March 3, 1992 – Brian Brewington, Melanie Wheeler, and Stacy Byrd of Austin Tracy Speech Team qualified to compete at the state tournament to be held in March. They are coached by Yvonne Norris.

March 3, 1992 – Glasgow Board of Education followed their attorney’s advice in upholding a decision by the high school not to hold a baccalaureate this year for graduating seniors.

March 5, 1992 – Kentucky Apparel will manufacture jeans in just-purchased plant on the Bowling Green Road. The new industry is expected to employ 250 people.

March 6, 1992 – Allen County wins first boys district title since 1984 off 69-49 win over Glasgow.

March 8, 1992 – Dr. James Thurman, a Glasgow dentist, will head the newly formed Glasgow Independent Schools Education Foundation. Betty Herbert, Dan Foutch, and Billy Ray will also serve.

March 8, 1992 – Jennifer Siebold, of Barren County Girls Basketball team, was named 15th District Player of the Year.

March 8, 1992 – Jim and Madeline Hale, Cherry and Timmy Martin, and Reeda and Jerry Greer attended the Kentucky Young Farmer Association Convention in Paducah February 21-22.

March 10, 1992 – Deanna L. Mills, a junior public relations major from Glasgow, has been appointed National Panhellenic vice president of WKU’s Panhellenic Council which governs all social sororities on campus.

March 11, 1992 – GHS students placed in the state DECA Competition in Louisville. Among the award winners were Nakia Hatchett, Sonny Flatt, JoAnna Bybee, and Marcia Curtis.

March 11, 1992 – Former Glasgow High baseball standout Matt Alexander pitched a perfect game for David Lipscomb College retiring all 18 batters he faced.

March 13, 1992 – The Kiwanis Club of Glasgow announce that the club will be sponsoring an area Academic Bowl to raise funds for academic teams of Glasgow and Barren County High Schools.

March 15, 1992 – Jenny Lu McCubbins was selected first place at the Talent Showcase on Tuesday, March 3rd at the Nashville Palace.

March 17, 1992 – Glasgow firemen were called to the public square after someone had set fire to a door in a back alley near the rear of the Garmon and Goodman Law Office building.

March 18, 1992 – Officer Kent Keen will now be guiding the DARE program in the city schools. He will be replacing Major Darrell Pickett, who started the very successful program.

March 18, 1992 – Starla Morrison, Park City School and Lynell Leach, Happy Valley School were selected from teachers across the state to do a televised workshop on KET with Andrena Belcher, nationally known story-teller.

March 18, 1992 – Donnie Bowles and Billy Jewell both sunk a hole-in-one on the same day, Saturday, March 7.  Bowles dropped his tee shot in the cup on hole 3, Jewell matching the shot on hole 6, both while playing at Fox Hollow Golf Course.

March 19, 1992 – Clinton Riley Neal, Finney Road, Glasgow, has been named Cystic Fibrosis Poster Child for the Barren County area. He is the 18 month old son of Eddie and Tammie Neal.

March 22, 1992 – Barren River State Park just recently completed a $3 million dollar construction project including 10 new cottages and an additional nine holes of golf.

March 22, 1992 – The schedule of events was announced for Kentucky’s 200th Birthday Celebration in Barren County. A Statehood Parade and a Beach and Boat Show are 2 of the events planned.

March 24, 1992 – Reflections Contest winners at Hiseville Elementary School who represented the school in the state contest were Nick Poynter, Emily Holman, Terra Leber, Amanda Wray, Rebecca Cook, and Robert Bauer.

March 25, 1992 – The 19th annual Barren County High FFA Banquet was held. Four graduating senior officers were recognized. They were Brad Spear, president; Brent Smith, vice-president; Anthony Frazier, treasurer; and Wesley Harlow, Earnings and Savings chairman.

March 26, 1992 – Volunteers for the Museum of the Barrens were entertained at a luncheon by Dr. Christeen Snavely at her home. Those attending were Beula Nunn, Eleonor Rice, Ruby Bybee, Gin McCoy, Mable Oakes, Alma Rapp, Christine Mathis, Cora Nell Forest, Kenneth Wood, Julie Smith, Imo Lynn, Mildred Belcher, Dartha Dennis, Zelma Underwood, and Joan Moore.

March 27, 1992 – Allen Bryant Jones, son of Mrs. Dorothy Jones and the late Gillis Jones, won a “Dream Date” with Miss Rodeo USA, Lana Grubb as part of a Valentines Day contest on a local radio station.

March 29, 1992 – Glenview Christian Church will be holding a Dedication Service for their new educational and fellowship building on Sunday, April 5th.

March 29, 1992 – Coach Steve Riley and four of his team members from BCHS visited the 6th grade class of Cindy Wilson at Temple Hill School. The players were Steven Ragle, Frank Beauchamp, Chad Lockhart, and Bart Hammer.

March 29, 1992 – The Silver Foxes journeyed to the capital to visit the Kentucky General Assembly. Those making the trip were Addis Britt, Paul Holman, Dick Ropp, Fred Smith, and Ted Winbigler.

March 30, 1992 – Dr. Barret Lessenberry was one of the recipients of the 1992 South Central Kentucky Jefferson Awards for his commitment to establish a YMCA in Glasgow.

 

 

 

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