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November, 1990

November 1, 1990 – Recent Births – James Tyler Walbert, Carmen Melayna Cook, Jessica Crystal Short, and Clinton Riley Neal.

New officers of the Glasgow Photography Club are President, Rita Williams, VP Jim Meek and Sec-Treas. Marjorie Town.

November 2, 1990 – Former Barren County Circuit Court Clerk Frances W. “Beady” McQuown passes away.

November 4, 1990 – Leadership Glasgow Barren County is launched by the Glasgow Barren County Chamber of Commerce.

November 6, 1990 – Top finishers in the five mile Turkey Trot run were Stan Clark, Steve Rascoe, Danny Massey, Steve Daffron, Steve Brown and Terry Reed.

November 8, 1990 – Barren County government is debt free according to County Judge Executive Woody Gardner. The County had paid off the last $40,000 indebtedness on the jail, the last payment on any note owned by the County.

November 11, 1990 – William Lankford Copass of Tompkinsville recently retired from RR 3 at the Tompkinsville Post office with 27 years and 8 months as a government employee.

November 13, 1990 – Homewood Health Care Center has been presented the Facility of the Year Award for 1990 by the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities.

November 14, 1990 – The Monroe County High School Theatre Department will present its annual fall production “Let’s Murder Martha” on November 16 and 17th.
November 15, 1990 – Glasgow is named a certified city for the fifth year claiming the prestigious gold award.

Ribbon Cutting ceremonies are held at the new location of Baskin Robbins in Barren River Plaza.

November 19, 1990 – Opening day for tobacco sales show $1.75 per hundred weight.

November 21, 1990 – Gary Garmon, a Dairyman, Inc. Glasgow, Mftg. Plant employee, earned a Best of Class Title for the Co-op’s Mozzarella Cheese at the 18th Biennial World Championship Cheese Contest in Wisconsin.

Captain Muncie Delk retires after serving 33 years as an employee of the City of Glasgow, with 25 years of those with the Glasgow Fire Department.

November 27, 1990 – The City of Glasgow will soon begin a voluntary recycling program. They will recycle only newspapers, and metal cans, according to Sam Norris, head of the Street and Sanitation Department.

November 29, 1990 – David Holder and Lynn Larkin were recently elected VP’s at Preston Ropp Chevrolet, W. Main Street, in Glasgow.

November 30, 1990 – Barren County 4-H Sponsors a Home Tour featuring the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Royse, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Bunnell and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bale.




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