Wednesday 28th February 2024

Archives for August 2003


8-7-2003 – Steven B Buckley, Glasgow and 400 of his fellow Marines of the Combat Assault Battalion return from South East Asia after 9 months.

Two Ed’s Screen Printing holds ribbon cutting at 134 E Public Square.

Cave City Floyd Collins Good Ole Days slated during the Sesquintennial Celebration. Cave City was established 150 years ago.

Dedication of the Temple Hill Elementary School will be Sunday, August 17 at 2 p.m.

Jim Vance, president of the Inter-Modal Transport Park was the guest speaker for the meeting of the Kiwanis Club.

Janice Williams retires from the Probation and Parole Office after 22 years.

8-14-2003 – A new flagpole plaque was dedicated last weekend at the Tailwaters Campgrounds, dedicated to Walter Duane “Jigger” Aspley.

Jennie Wilson bought the first ticket to the 2nd Annual Beaver Creek Music Festival to be held October 4.

Teachers receiving their master’s degrees in the Glasgow Independent School System this past year include Scott Jones, Rexanna Shirley, Steven Murphy, Kim Harrison, Autumn Cecil, La Vonda Johnson, Heather Gibbons and Karla Bowles.

8-14-2003 cont.

Greg and Joan Ritter are the runner up winners of the Outstanding Conservation Award in the state.

A painting depicting those Barren County farms that have been in the same family for several generations was recently donated to the SCKCC. It was painted by Farris Sneed and printing was done by Alberta Logsdon. (It is presently on display on the third floor of the SCKCC just as you exit the elevator.).

AD – Boltons’s Landing, 2433 Scottsville Road weekend Special – Prime Rib, Fish, Ground Sirloin, stuffed shrimp and Tropical sirloin.

8-17-2003 – Dogs go to work – Judge Patton’s Mercy, Melissa Huffman’s Oliver, Luke Barnes’ Wiezie, Elizabeth Ann Ford’s Bunnie, Walter Winn Davis’ Max, Caverna Florist’s Max and Tim Gibsons’ Sam.

Barren County falls to Adair County 5-3 in Soccer opener. Scotties opened with a 6-0 win over Warren East.

Jennifer Fritch, the new art teacher at Glasgow Middle School, recently participated in a graduate class in digital media and web designs.

Kathy Krug and Peggy Holbrook are two of the cast for “Arsenic and Old Lace” to be present at the Barnlot Theatre.

Bro. Tim Best resigns his position as Minister of Music and Education at Calvary Baptist Church after 17 years of service there.

8-24-2003 – Far Off Broadway acting group may be revived with the restoration of the Plaza Theatre.

After 75 years, St. Charles Market is closing up shop on August 30.

8-17-2003 cont.

Births = Kyle Laine Burchett, Cade Matthew Bishop, Tanner Lewis Livingston.

Third Annual Community Action Senior Prom is held, hosted by Hart County and Cave City Citizens Center.

Lady Scotties won the Lady Gator Invitational Golf Tournament Saturday for the 5th time in 6 years.

Kentucky Trimodal Transpark holds ground breaking ceremony.

8-24-2003 – Glasgow Fire Department veterans Richard Bacon and Mike Thomerson, retired after 23 years for Bacon and 27 years for Thomerson.

Pipe bombs are discovered in a storage unit behind Grandview Market in Cave City.

West Nile virus has been found in two  more Kentucky counties, one on Barren and one in Hart.

8-31-2003 – Annie Potts, native of Franklin, Ky., joins the Horse Cave Theatre Board of Directors.

All phases of the new Outer Loop have been authorized and still a go.

New Highland Glen Industrial Park is moving as fast as weather will allow.