JANUARY 1991 PDF Print
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January, 1991

January 2, 1991 – Joe Brinkerhoff, son of John and Deborah Brinkerhoff was the first baby born in Barren County in 1991.

January 3, 1991 – Barren River Reservoir is again performing its role as a flood control reservoir as the lake is presently storing most of the recent heavy rains. It is 14 feet above summer pool.

Jerry Eubank resigns after 15 years as football coach at Barren County High School.

January 4, 1991 – A 685 foot oil well was brought on December 22nd in a field off of Lohden Road. Brent Yates, Don Yates, Billy Withers, Bill Burness, Brett Shepherd and Gilbert Piper were the workers.

January 6, 1991 – Area Servicemen include James Vance, Billy R. Bunch, Christopher R. Brewster, Benjamin H McGuire, Boyd E Bond, Melvin L Buford, and Terry N. Strode.

The Paint Corner at 305 Happy Valley Road is under new ownership. Linda Armstrong, owner with her father, Howard Harris as salesman.

January 10, 1991 – Ricky Adams is named “Bassmaster of the Year” by Caveland Bassmasters.

January 13, 1991 – NAPA Auto Parts has moved from 301 S. Broadway to SouthGate Plaza.

January 15, 1991 – Donnie Shaw was elected Metcalfe County Board of Education’s new Chairman. Sherry Devore and Terry Jeffries were installed as new board members.

January 17, 1991 – Barren County High School Homecoming Queen candidates are Brooke Hatton, Jennifer Groce, Casey Wood, Loralee Cole, Chanda Carter, Ginny Steenbergen, Jennifer Riley, Kelley Steenbergen, Stacie Centers, Kim Burgess, Erica Cole and Holly Harlow. (Kelly Steenbergen was crowned Queen)

January 21, 1991 – Shoney’s Restaurant officially opens.

The Glasgow Parks and Recreation Department has announced that Cathy Bray will be working as a recreation specialist/supervisor.

January 24, 1991 – Ann Herald has attained the status of Registered Optometric Assistant. She is employed by Drs. Wagner and Wagner.

January 25, 1991 – Carlos Ford, of Tompkinsville, is featured in Glasgow Daily Times with his display of wooden knives.

January 29, 1991 – The TJ Samson Community Hospital Auxiliary honors Oma Matthews for volunteering since 1974 with over 8,000 hours.

 

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