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February, 1991 

February 3, 1991 – 50th Wedding anniversaries are being celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. William F. Kinnaird, Mr. and Mrs. William Payne, and Rev. and Mrs. Charles Binkley.

February 4, 1991 – Bonanza opens for business on the 31 E By Pass.

Wayne Hatcher relocates Caveland Auto Sales to 7676 Happy Valley Road.

Leftwich & Nance Land Surveying opens at 300 W. Main Street.

February 6, 1991 – Monroe County Football Standout Jon Ross signed a National Letter of Intent to Murray State University.

February 8, 1991 – Barren County School Board gives the go ahead for a new middle school.

February 10, 1991 – Glasgow native Rick Alexander has assumed management responsible for the human resource department in the Glasgow Mfg. Division of R R Donnelley and Sons Co.

February 11, 1991 – Toni Ellen Gumm is crowned Monroe County High School Homecoming Queen Friday night.

February 12, 1991 – The Glasgow Barren County Chamber of Commerce Banquet Committee met to plan the 70th annual Meeting. Members are Betty Brogan, Jennie Wilson, Karen Benedict, Jackie Taylor, Bill James, Jim Seacy, Dr. Chris Steward, Jeff Edwards and Mary Ray.

February 14, 1991 – Amy Norris joins the staff at Golden Touch Beauty Salon.

February 15, 1991 – Hart County High School’s Academic team took first place honors in the Governor’s Cup Competition Saturday. Members are Mary Austin, Erina Thompson, Rick Knight, Loretta Logsdon, Steve Hardy, Chad Kessinger, Ethan Smith, Eric Hamilton, Kendrick Strange, Jennifer Trent and Jane Ann Bardin.

Cave City Police Officer Kevin Pickett recently graduated from the Kentucky Law Enforcement Academy in Richmond.

February 17, 1991 – Erica Passmore, a senior at Caverna High School was crowned 1991 Basketball Homecoming Queen.

February 21, 1991 – Sharon Ganci, Education Coordinator at Mammoth Cave National Park presents Poster Awards commemorating the Park’s 50th anniversary to Alicia Allen, Colby Jones, Justin Haines and Jeff Rowland.

The Barren County High School Band Council has selected Julie Steenbergen as “Bandsman of the Month”.

February 24, 1991 – Young Kristopher Neal Simpson’s first cry was heard 5,000 miles away in Saudi Arabia by his father, Joey, serving with the 623rd National Guard Unit from Glasgow. The new dad was able to participate in his son’s birth by phone. Mom Melissa and young Kristopher are doing well.

Bill Bucher, of Square Deal Lumber Company was elected as President of Kentucky Ready Mix Concrete Association.

February 26, 1991 - -Amy Lynn Newberry was 1 of 11 students interviewed to represent WKU in the 1991 Mountain Laurel Festival in Pineville.

February 28, 1991 – Glasgow City Council gave the OK to the purchase of 145 acres of land for a new city park with plans for at least two ballfields. The land is located in an area surrounded by Cumberland Parkway, Idea Park and Roseville Road.

Amy Shaw, a student at Metcalfe County High School is the 1991 recipient of the $1000 Wal Mart Foundation Scholarship.

Beaver Creek Inn, formerly Longhunters’ Inn, opens for business.



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