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February 1992

February 2, 1992 – Jimmy Isenberg, RN, BSN was honored by Lake Cumberland Home Health Agency for his dedicated service to the agency.

February 2, 1992 – Jack London joined the staff at South Central Bank as vice-president with primary responsibilities in agriculture lending.

February 2, 1992 – An open house was held at the Barren County Family YMCA.

February 3, 1992 – The following students of Barren County High School have been selected for the 1992 Governor’s Scholar program. They are Karen Allen, Nellie Walton, Traci Thornton, Jason Zimmerman, Elizabeth Turner, Danya McMurtrey, and Jay Turner.

February 5, 1992 – Barren County educator Bud Tarry officially announced his candidacy for State Representative for the 23rd district in the May Democratic Primary.

February 7, 1992 – Wilma Rogers has announced after 36 years she will stop taking new patients at her personal care home for the aged. She will close down the facility and retire due to her family’s wishes.

February 9, 1992 – Melanie Watson was named Young Careerist of the Glasgow BPW and will compete in the regional meeting in March.

February 9, 1992 – The Silver Foxes including Dick Ropp, Addis Britt, Fred Smith, and Vincent Harlow made a journey to the hog farm of Eugene and Barbara Wheat.

February 9, 1992 – Barren County FHA Chapter observe a special week. Officers are Juli Stewart, Christy Carver, Donna Spillman, Nancy Jo Cornwell, Tonya London, Donna Cannon, Marta Bull, Lori Beth London, Kelly Smith, Donna Key, Julie Bragg, Jaime Hood, Pennie Warren, Charity Gosser, and Valarie Belcher.

February 12, 1992 – Groundbreaking was held for the new Glasgow Middle School on Tuesday, February 11.

February 13, 1992 – Mike Swift, director of the Barren-Metcalfe Ambulance Service gives thumbs up to the new TDD machine that will aid emergency personnel in communication with hearing impaired individuals.

February 13, 1992 – Michelle Johnson was presented the Young Careerist Award from the Kay Bledsoe BPW Club.

February 16, 1992 – T. J. Samson Community Hospital announces the opening of its new cardiac wing February 24th. It will feature cardiac catheterization and cardiac rehabilitation.

February 18, 1992 – Valentines Kings and Queens crowned at area nursing facilities. Nell Browning and Murl Patterson were crowned at Barren County Health Care Center while Susie Bridges and L.N. Willis were crowned at Glenview Health Care Facility.

February 19, 1992 – Barren County FFA club observes National FFA Week. Officers include Brent Smith, Brad Spear, Derek Depp, Anthony Frazier, Chad Groce, and Mary Coleman.

February 19, 1992 – Architects release sketches of the South Central Kentucky Cultural Center to the building committee.

February 23, 1992 – Glasgow’s Ponderosa Restaurant announces they will be building an 80 seat four-season sun room. They announced awards also  Michelle Tylicki, studentemployee of the year and Kenneth Dillard, employee of the year.

February 25, 1992 – Glasgow City Council approves an ordinance providing funds to repair the stadium seats at Gorin Park’s Richardson Field.

February 25, 1992 – Marcia Eisenstein, 8 year old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Warren Eisenstein, will be performing a solo violin concert Sunday, March 1st at the First United Methodist Church.

February 26, 1992 – The Liberty District Women’s Missionary Convention honored Lucille Wood, retired educator that taught in schools in Metcalfe County, Barren County, Arkansas, and the Glasgow School system.

February 27, 1992 – Ideal Hardware announces that they will officially open its Rental Department on March 2. Equipment for rent will range from a light bulb changer to a ditch witch.


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