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Thursday, 10 June 2010 06:52


June, 1990


June 1, 1990 – Mammoth Onyx Cave’s Ky. Down Under, one of the state’s newest tourist attractions, is now open.


June 3, 1990 – The Glasgow City School System moves closer to building a new middle school.


Glasgow Scottie Baseball team reaches first ever Final Four winning over Henderson 14-12.


June 5, 1990 – 630 Barren Veterans apply for Vietnam Veteran Bonus.


June 6, 1990 – The Board of Directors of the Barren County YMCA have selected a plan and a builder for the new building project.


June 8, 1990 – Park United Methodist Church celebrates its 100th anniversary.


June 8, 1990 – Ralph Willard, WKU’s new basketball coach, spoke to the Glasgow/Barren County Rotary Club Tuesday morning.


June 10, 1990 – The Summer Shade Class of 1940 held their very first class reunion at Glasgow Inn.


June 11, 1990 – A project making Reynolds Road a four lane road from Highway 90 to US 68& 80 is completed.


June 12, 1990 – Construction work at the new Barren River Plaza Shopping Center involving earth moving and dynamite blasts is blamed for damage to American Legion Park.


June 14, 1990 – Two area residents, Loy Milam and Jewell Colliver, are winners of the prestigious Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards.


June 15, 1990 – New officers of the Glasgow Barren County Retired Teachers Association are Mary Craighead, VP, Helen Hogg, Past President, Frank Newberry, President-Elect, Ruby Smith, Treasurer, Elizabeth Erwin, President and Geraldine Mutter, Secretary.


June 17, 1990 – Announcement is made of a new restaurant coming to Glasgow. Bonanza will be opening at the entrance of the new Barren River Plaza Shopping Center.


June 17, 1990 – Reid Lile retires from R R Donnelley after having served as Pressroom Service Clerk, Central Store Clerk, Shipping Clerk and Security Guard.


Honor students in the area include Jennifer D. Dickson and Tommy Simmons from Barren County, B J Devore and Cynthia Logsdon from Caverna and Dennis Barbour and Randi Thomas from Glasgow.


June 21, 1990 – Two local men, Wayne Gaunce and Walter W. Davis were elected to posts at the Southern Baptists’ Annual Convention in New Orleans, LA. Last week.


June 24, 1990 – The new Pro Shop is just one of the many improvements for the Park Place Resort Golf course, formerly Hideaway Hills. Barren County’s Johnny Tinnant has assumed the position of Director of Golf as well as Club Professional at the Course.


June 25, 1990 – Angela Bush was named the 1990 June Dairy Princess Saturday.

June 25, 1990 – A four way stop was recently put up at the intersection of Dexter Ave. and Glenview Drive.


Friday night on TV

      NBC – Bret Maverick

                  Yellow Rose

                  Midnight Caller

      CBS – Snoops

            Movie (Circle of Violence: A Family)

      ABC  - Full House

                  Dad’s A Dog

                  Perfect Strangers

                  Just the Ten of Us

                  20/20

 

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