February 1, 1978 – Another Snow storm forecast for Kentucky, three inches predicted. The weight of snow and ice collapsed a canopy which was part of new construction for the new home of Carver Auto Sales.
February 2, 1978 – 35 persons attended an exploratory meeting on a proposed convention center for the Cave City area.
February 3, 1978 – Last week’s activation of the National Guard helped many who needed assistance in some way during the recent blizzard. 28 men were called out and they made approximately 150 runs during the four days they were activated.
February 5, 1978 – Sports News – Scotties crush Metcalfe County 87-57 and Lady Scotties also win 49-40. Allen County/Scottsville over Barren County 66-49 and Trojanettes over East Hardin 59-31.
February 6, 1978 – The Three Score Plus Club held their regular Potluck luncheon at the Recreation Center at noon on January 11. Due to bad weather, no program.
February 7, 1978 – Monroe County authorities have arrested three Tennessee men in connection with the robbery of a Gamaliel Drug Store.
February 8, 1978- Channel 5 (WTVF) Nashville visits GHS to film a series “Spotlight on Schools”.
February 9, 1978 – A record number of ambulance runs were made in January by the Barren/Metcalfe Ambulance Service. Mike Swift told the board that the number was due to increased levels of illness and weather-related accidents.
February 10, 1978 – Steve Davenport is promoted to Asst. VP and Agribusiness Loan Officer at New Farmers Bank.
February 12, 1978 – Sports – Trojanettes top Glasgow 34-27 and Trojans drop Russellville 83-76.
Tractor JAM appears on the square Saturday morning during which farmers strike supporters participate in a tractorcade.
February 13, 1978 – Parking meters are on the Glasgow City Council agenda.
6 Barren County High School students have been accepted to Ky. All State Chorus – Donnie Gentry, Eddie Parsons, Bruce Martin, Donna McCubbin, Trisha Nichols and Debbie Simmons.
February 15, 1978 – Magistrates voted to raise their expense accounts from $50 to $100 at the regular meeting of Barren County Fiscal Court.
February 16, 1978 – TVA asks its 2 ½ million customers to cut back 20% to avoid layoffs.
February 17, 1978 – Local National Guard will conduct a paper drive to help finance special uniforms for parades and possibly another parade unit.
February 19, 1978 – Glasgow Lions Club will start collected used eyeglasses. John Simmons is chairman of the project.
February 20, 1978 – The art of tatting is presented in a featured article. Mrs. Eva Reynolds, 84, of Park City tells of her learned art.
February 21, 1978 – Edward Bryan Hatchett, Jr. was admitted to practice before the Barren County Courts and administered the oath by Honorable Cass R Walden.
February 22, 1978 – Gina Glover is crowned Kentucky State Dairy Princess.
February 23, 1978 – More Snow –
February 24, 1978 – Barren County FFA members, Jay Jackman, Tony Wallace and Barry Craddock gave the program at the Glasgow Rotary Club Noon Meeting.
February 26, 1978 – New managers in the area include Karold Lake at K Mart, Bruce Jolly at Jerry’s in Glasgow, Chuck Pfister at Radio Shack and Eddie Kitzler at Hunters Grocery Bakery.
February 27, 1978 – N. Race Street is getting a major facelift in the section known as “Chinatown”.
February 28, 1978 – Barren County Trojanettes rolled into the finals of the 15th District winning 58-27 over Edmonson County.