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November 1993

November 1, 1993 – T J Samson recently honored Evelyn Morrison for ten years of Volunteer service. She has served in the unique capacity of a Foster Grandparent through the Southern Kentucky Community Action Agency Foster Grandparent program.

November 2, 1993 – Heavy voter turnout reported. Dartha Dennis, Laura Evelyn Vance and Jane McCoy were three of the election workers checking voter registration at Lera B Mitchell.

November 3, 1993 – 40 years after Louie Nunn reclaimed the post for the Republican Party; David Dickerson was elected County Judge. Ben Rogers is re-elected County Attorney as was Wilmer Hodges being re-elected County Clerk.

November 4, 1993 – Joey Shive of Edmonton is a member of the 1993 Campbellsville College football team. He is the son of Jimmy and Kathy Shive.

November 7, 1993 – Columbia Ave. Shell Foot Mart is now open for business at the corner of Columbia Ave. and Park Ave.

November 9, 1993 – George Hughes and Eustace Charles Preibe, WWI Veterans were honored Monday at Barren County Health Care by local citizens for Veterans Day activities.

November 10, 1993 – Gabriel Esters was the overall male winner of the Turkey Trot Race held. Overall female winner was Donna Johnson.

November 11, 1993 – David Goodrum, new president of the Barren River Rod and Gun Club presented a plaque to outgoing president, Dewey Henry.

November 14, 1993 – Heidi Coleman, Metcalfe County Hornet, has signed to play her college basketball with Wake Forest. Her parents are Jim and Connie Coleman. Coach is Mary Lou Feese.

November 16, 1993 – Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Nelson Metal Products plant in IDEA Park is held highlighting Industry Appreciation Week.

November 18, 1993 – Margaret Billingsley, Susie Bishop, Tequilla Staten, and Judy Riordan, RNs at T J Samson Hospital participated in the recent advanced Cardiac Life Support Course held at the hospital.

November 19, 1993 – Jodie Sweatin, 11 year old star of ABC-TV’s “Full House” has been selected as the Community Christmas Parade Grand Marshall.

November 23, 1993 – Glasgow Mayor Charles Honeycutt told council members that a state statute which no one was familiar with had been found that might help to alleviate some of the weekend traffic problems along Wall and Cherry Streets. Punishment for the offense can range from $20 to $100.

November 24, 1993 – 28 of the 58 members of the 1968 graduating class of Hiseville High School attended a reunion held at Park Mammoth Resort.

Sue’s House of Shoes moved to their new location on N. Public Square from their old location on W. Washington Street.

November 26, 1993 – Glen E “Dick” Ropp, 88, a veteran auto dealer died Wednesday at his home. A native of Paulding Co., Ohio, he played professional baseball as a young man. He stopped in Glasgow during his baseball travels and liked the community so much that he decided to make it his home.

November 28, 1993 – Barnlot Theater will present the play “This Way to Christmas” December 10-12 at the Community Arts Center in Edmonton. The Children’s Play is directed by Cheryl Whitlow and Cathy Jessie.



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