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April 8, 1993 – Traffic signals have been recently installed at the intersection of Grandview Ave. and the By Pass.

Horse Cave Theater remodeling nears the end. A new entrance and outside box office window are two of the areas which have been updated.

Students from BCHS participated in American Private Enterprise on March 24 and 25th. They included Laura Hawkins, Robin King, Andrea Berry, Melissa Houchens, Timmy Bushong, Sundy Vincent, Sarah Guss, Lori Doolin, Angela Dossey, Christi Clarkson, Brad Barlow, Karen Allen, Jason Zimmerman and Danya McMurtrey.

GHS Girl’s Tennis team includes a record number this year. They booked their first win over Hart Co. 6-3.

 

April 13, 1993 – The five candidates for the office of Barren County Judge Executive appeared at candidate forum sponsored by the Farm Bureau. They are Democrats Sam Norris, Darrell Florence, and Tim Gillenwater and Republicans David Dickerson and Bernard Williams. Neal Allen is the Local Farm Bureau President and Glenn Barrick is a board member.

 

April 16, 1993 – Glasgow’s highly successful head football coach is calling it quits. Coy Meadows announces he is resigning his position as head coach.

 

April 18, 1993 - BCHS Basketball Awards banquet was held with the following awards to the Boys Team MVP-Brady Button; Academic – Ben Jessie and Chad Lewis; Defense – Brad Bertram and Jamie Coulter; Trojan – Chad Jones and Jerrod Browning; Guts – Scott Chapman; 6th Man – Reggie Hayden; Most Improved - Jeremy Mosby; and Character – Brad Harvey.

BCHS Basketball Awards banquet was held with the following awards to the Girls Team – Cindy Rowland – 6th man award; Angie Wood – 110% Award; Robin King – Most Improved; Stephanie Lewis – FG%-Rebounds; Angela Dossey - FT%-Most Consistent; Holly Harlow – Best Defensive  Award- Leadership; Cindy Kinslow – Big Play Award – Coaches; Danielle Jones – Leadership –Most enthusiastic; Angie Glass – 110% JV Award; Brandie Buckingham – JV Offensive Award; Amanda Hogue – JV Defensive Award; Jennifer Muse – Rebounds. Others receiving awards were Tina Moon, Jamie Murphy, Lori Mutter, Tammy Isenberg, Margaret Lowe, Amy Russell, Dawn Landrum.

 

April 19, 1993 – The cast of GHS’ Drama Club is presenting “Rumpelstilskin” at the school gym on Saturday, May 1. Cast members are Amy Huffman, Susan Bryant, Natalie Bryant, Laura Cornelius, Jenny Kate Underwood, Holly Myers, Chad Fleming, Will Goodman, Julie Garrison, Kevin Wiley, Wes Witcher, Matt Harlow, Stacey Slater and Jerry Nunn.

Fred H Pardue, Park City resident passes away yesterday. The Edmonson County native owned Fred’s Food Market for 40 years.

 

April 21, 1993 – Barren County’s Eddie Furlong was part of the team which won over Monroe County 16-4 in baseball.

 

April 22, 1993 – One of the oldest buildings in Cave City was destroyed by fire Wednesday. The building located at 1st and Owens, was occupied by a three bay garage in one end and an apartment in the other. Owner was listed as Dan Broady. The building was formerly known as the old ice plant.

 

April 23, 1993 – Felker Brothers, a steel pipe manufacturer announces that it will be locating in Glasgow in the Beaver Trail Industrial Park.

Glasgow’s Alana Maynard goes all out in the girl’s 100 meter low hurdles in Friday afternoon’s Scottie Games. She took second place with a 17.05 while teammate Kim Twyman grabbed first place with a 17.03.

 

April 28, 1993 – Charles Campbell, of Franklin,  will assume the duties of Superintendent of the Barren Count School System.

The Austin Tracy Bitty Ball League Tournament Champions were the Bulls, coached by Chuckie Thomas and Chuckie Turner. Members of the team were Jason Berry, Robert Coulter, Patrick Young, Ashley Chapman, Brandi Turner, and Deanna Thomas.

 

April 29, 1993 – For more than 30 years, the Sears Catalog store has been a part of the Glasgow business community. It will close at the end of May. Franklin O’Brien and Lena Crabtree are two of the business’ employees.

 

April 30, 1993 – Construction is continuing on the new branch of Trans Financial Bank in Tompkinsville. The bank is located on Main Street and is being constructed by Alliance Corp. of Glasgow.

 

 

 

 

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