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May, 1990

May 1, 1990 – Winner of the men’s Volleyball Championship Tournament was Bones – with members John Burnett, Tim Burnett, Donald Tobin, James Walden, Steve Botts, Jim Arterburn, Dennis Tobin and Steve Arterburn.

Winner of the women’s Volleyball Championship Tournament was Six Pack with members Loraine Lassourielle, Debbie Walden, Paula Landfried, Janetta Miller, Jody Romines, and Karen Johnson.

May 3, 1990 – Sonja Jackson applied and has been accepted to be a member of WKU Athletic training program.

May 4, 1990 – Glasgow Attorney James E Gillenwater has been appointed to the Ky. Board of Tax Appeals.

May 6, 1990 – Summer Shade Junior High Students Wendy Tyree, Jane Hope, Amber Branstetter, and Shana McMurtrey won third place for their group performance during the Kentucky Junior Historical Society’s annual convention in Frankfort.

Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held April 28th at Temple Hill-Eastern Little League’s new baseball field. Cutting the ribbon were C. E. Furlong, principal of Temple Hill Middle School, Barren County Judge Executive Woodford Gardner and Don Wyatt of the TH-Eastern Little League.

May 9, 1990 – Alma Dennis of Mammoth Cave was the winner of the Kentucky Beef Cook-off with her dish “Flank Steak with mustard caper sauce”.

May 10, 1990 – Tompkinsville native, Tammy H. Stone received the Ogden Trustees’ Award which is given to a graduate with a perfect 4.0 standing on work completed at WKU.

May 11, 1990 – Three employees of Barren County Board of Education were honored during the meeting of the Barren County Education Association. Mary Birge retiring after 30 ½ years of teaching, Golda Walbert retiring after 47 years in the education field and Nancy Cornwall retiring after 28 years of teaching.

May 13, 1990 – Edward Ross retires from Glasgow Manufacturing Co. after 42 years with the Company. Italo Pedicini is the new plant manager for Glasgow Manufacturing Co.

May 15, 1990 – Glasgow City Council considers opening up landfill to people outside Glasgow and Barren County.

May 20, 1990 – Eula B. Steenbergen, teacher at Bunch 6th Grade Center in Glasgow is retiring after 42 years of teaching.

May 23, 1990 – AD – Max’s Catfish Restaurant holds open house May 24. Located at 6800 Scottsville Road. Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

May 24, 1990 – Elmore Real Estate announces the addition of Michael Ray Elmore and Beth Elmore to their sales staff.

May 27, 1990 – Shoneys confirms plan to locate restaurant in Glasgow.

1990-91 Hiseville PTA officers are Jimmy Bennett, President, Sandy Wilkinson, VP, Connie Esters, Secretary, Judy Davis, Treasurer and Lisa Coffey, reporter.



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