SEPTEMBER 1993 PDF Print
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September 1, 1993

The second reading to establishing an enhanced 911 Emergency Telephone Service was given by Barren Fiscal Court Wednesday morning.

 

September 2, 1993

The new 1993-94 Glasgow Barren County Chamber of Commerce Leadership was announced.

 

September 3, 1993

The 1958 Glasgow High School Class Reunion was held at Barren River State Park Lodge.

 

September 5, 1993

Glasgow’s Michael Moore makes a handoff in Friday night’s 10-0 win over Monroe County.

 

September 8, 1993

Delores (Dee) Roberts is named Principal at Austin Tracy School by the Site base council which includes Steve Shirley, Shari Harris, Mary Ann Alexander, Marla Stewart and Shelia Compton.

 

September 9, 1993

The Ralph Bunche High School held a reunion this past weekend honored former ball players and cheerleaders.

 

September 13, 1993

Dedication of Glasgow Middle School was held on Sunday afternoon. The Glasgow Middle School Chorus provided entertainment for the event.

 

September 14, 1993

The City of Glasgow donates land on Highland Avenue for the first Habitat for Humanity Home to be built.

 

September 15, 1993

A proposed psychiatric treatment facility is being proposed at 6100 N. Jackson Hwy, Glasgow. Neighbors want a hearing set to air concerns.

 

September 17, 1983

Officials in Scottsville urged residents to boil their drinking water and to conserve water after the town’s main water supply pipe broke under Barren River Lake.

 

September 19, 1993

Nelson County Cardinals defeat Barren County 40-6. Jeremy Cline scored Barren County’s only touchdown.

Park City class of 1953 held their 40th class reunion at the home of Lee and Wanda Gordon on August 24th.

 

September 20, 1993

Billy Wright who farms in the western area of Barren County, around Beckton, experienced a rarity when a two headed calf was born at his farm. It only lived a short time.

 

September 21, 1993

Glasgow High School Football Homecoming Queen candidates are selected. They are Amanda Thompson, Laurie Vance, Elaine Patterson, Lindsey Bale, DeSonda Stockton, Amanda Nelson, Leighanne Doxtater, Emi Witcher, Beth Johnson, Taylor Bale, Rebecca Heltsley, and Lesley Leach.

Barren County High School Football Homecoming Queen candidates are Cassie Martin, Christy Harvey, Lauren Davis, Ashley Bellamy, Andrea Botts, Jaime Bush, Shawna Shelton, Angie Glass, Angie Wood, Jolene Youngster, Jennifer Groce and Emiley Wyatt.

 

September 22, 1993

Glasgow will soon get a third Industrial Park, located on Hwy. 90 west directly across from the ACK plant.

The story of the influence of the Aspley family is told in a two page spread in the Glasgow Daily Times. The first theatre is Glasgow was the Lion which was operated by Mr. Maluf around 1914.  Bruce Aspley came to Glasgow in 1915 and opened the Dixie Theatre located above the Bradford Hardware. He also bought the Lion in 1916 and changed the name to The Trigg. The plaza was opened in 1943 and the Star Drive In opened in 1949.

 

September 24, 1993

Glasgow students were given a tour of downtown buildings in Glasgow in conjunction with Big Spring Festival. The tour was led by Judge Woody Gardner and Cheryl Klapheke.

 

September 26, 1993

Jennifer Groce was crowned BCHS Homecoming Queen and Taylor Bale was crowned GHS Homecoming Queen.

 

September 29, 1993

The Aspley family was honored during Big Spring Festival Ceremonies this past weekend.

 

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