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October, 1990

October 1, 1990 – Kelly Steenbergen was named Barren County Young Women of the Year Saturday night.

Wayne Moore, manager of Wal Mart and his wife, Wanda, cut the ribbon for the opening of the new store in Barren River Plaza.

October 2, 1990 – “Peace on Earth” is the theme selected for the 1990 Glasgow Community Christmas Parade. Justin Miller of Red Cross School submitted the winning theme.

October 4, 1990 – Mrs. Bessie Jones retired from the Collection Department at Glasgow ICF after 27 years of service.

Watsons opens their new store in Barren River Plaza.

October 5, 1990 – Suzanne Cropper was crowned Monroe County High School’s 1990 Football Homecoming Queen.

Goodys, Winn Dixie, Pic N Pay, and Cinema to Go opens in Barren River Plaza.

October 8, 1990 – The first day of the 42nd annual Trigg Fox Hound Hunt began Monday on the farm of Willis Reid Berry near Peter’s Creek.

October 9, 1990 – Retiring Glasgow Police Chief Jimmy Smith retired from the Glasgow Police Department October 1 after serving 29 years with the department.

October 10, 1990 – Park City Businessman, Hack Arterburn is fatally injured when his car was struck by a truck at the intersection of Hwy. 90 and 31 W in Cave City.

October 12, 1990 – Barren County Senior Regina Honeycutt was crowned homecoming queen during Friday nights’ game between the Trojans and Meade County.

October 15, 1990 – Metcalfe County Adult Day Care Center opens in the basement of Edmonton’s Masonic Lodge.

October 17, 1990 – Mrs. Tish Sabens, special math teacher at E. B. Terry Elementary School was installed last week as President of the Third District Education Association.

October 18, 1990 – Approximately 100 Barren County teachers marched from Houchens’ Warehouse on South Green Street to the Barren County Board of Education office. They presented a form stating they still continue to support BCEA Crisis Community in its effort to secure increases in teacher’s salaries.

Earl Kinslow has been awarded the Distinguished Technologist Award at the 1990 annual meeting of the Kentucky Society of Radiology Technologists.

October 22, 1990 – Judy Elliott has been selected as a cheerleader for Campbellsville College.

October 25, 1990 – Glasgow Barren County Jaycees hold a Haunted House this year at the Old Houchens Store on South Green Street.

October 28, 1990 – Scotties blank Allen County-Scottsville Patriots 27-0 to win the district championship.

October 29, 1990 – 5 year old Katherine Foutch participated in the Glasgow Suzuki String Program Studio Recital held at the First United Methodist Church.

October 30, 1990 – Glasgow’s Bobby Bartley is appointed by Gov. Wallace Wilkinson to the WKU Board of Regents.

October 31, 1990 – CATO opens in Barren River Plaza.

 

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