April 3, 1997 – The Glasgow Electric Plant Board has announced that electric rates will go into effect May 1 with an average increase of 2%.
The Countryside Radio & Community Club at Mt. Herman will host a dance April 7 from 7:30 to 11:00 featuring Wild Card.
South Barren News – Mary Gate Culver visited Martha Bagby Saturday. Leon and Sharon Waller were dinner guests of her parents Friday night and stayed till the worst of the storm was over.
Caverna Memorial Hospital elects new Board of Trustee Members – Garland Cotrell, JoAnne Smith, Randall Dennison. James R Kabler is Chairman of the Board.
Caveland Mobile Home Supply is now open in Cave City, owned and operated by Eddie and Teresa Sturgeon.
TeTe’s Beauty Salon holds a ribbon cutting on the Happy Valley Road. TeTe McGuire is the owner and operators. Other operators are Randy Chapman and Dickie Houchens.
Dr. Richard Ribeyre and Dr. Swaran Kaur Chani will open a medical practice in Horse Cave.
April 10, 1997 – The Glasgow City Council approved plans for three lanes on N. Race Street near the T J Samson Community Hospital.
Edmonton City Council met to finalize a $222,000 grant and a $14,000 low-interest loan to fund extension of the town’s sewer system.
Ft. Run Rural Health Clinic will reopen with 30 days under new management after closing on April 4.
Judy Denton joins Coldwell Banker-Longhunters Realty.
JA Seniors recognized at the 22nd Future Unlimited Banquet include Stacia Chenoweth, Julie Gray, Holly Hunt, Izabela Peczec, Karalee Pelham, Summer Cooper, Chris Brown, Sami Cummings, Ellen Downing, Terra Leber, Amber Hurt, Amber Miller, Melanie Proffitt and Andrea Ream.
Clara Adams is named Who’s who in the American Quilters Society.
April 17, 1997 – Habitat for Humanity announces the new partner family – Robyn Roos and her three daughters.
The Horse Cave State Bank has received approval from the Ky. Dept. of Financial Institutions and FDIC to relocate their main office to Glasgow.
Bill Walter is appointed by Supt. Charlie Campbell to fill the position of Barren County School Personnel and Public Relations Director.
New Farmers National Bank recognizes employees for their years of service to the bank – Ellen Tobin, Sue Roach, Mark Stephens, Lori Anderson, Teresa Scott, Sally Shirley, Sandy Ross, Linda Beckwith, Margie Dawsey and Gladys Flowers.
Hickory Villa Restaurant has renovated since a fire and will reopen. Robert Reed and family invite everyone to come and see the new décor and enjoy the food.
1996-97 Leaders of the Future graduation is help at Glasgow Golf and Country Club. Graduates were Laura Allen, Garnett Bale, Krystle Barlow, Sherry Botts, Zack Darnell, Jennifer Edwards, Jared Harper, Kendra Henderson, Cassie McKinney, Candace Pedigo, Leah Kate Ragle, Ranjana Reddy, Amber Rose, Annie Sewell, Andrea Stephens, Bryn Stephens, Crystal Stewart, Shelley Thurman, Amber Toms and Tracy Wright.
April 24, 1997 – Metcalfe County School Board gives recognition to Verely Crenshaw for 225 hours of volunteer service to the school district.
Groundbreaking is held for Al & Debbie’s Barber Shop and Fishers of Men on South Green Street.
The new fellowship room and teaching facility at Bethel United Methodist Church was consecrated Sunday in a special service.