May 3, 2007 – Arson is suspected in two weekend fires, one, a barn on Beckton-Rocky Hill Road and a vacant residence on Bishop Road.
Cave City Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of WWJ Custom Car Audio at 101 Baker Hale Street in Cave City.
Citizens First Bank is named in Kentucky’s Best Places to Work.
Sue Shone retires from R R Donnelley after more than 37 years of service.
May 6, 2007 – $2000 reward is offered in arson case from last week by the Barren County Sheriff’s Dept.
Todd Steenbergen’s AP American History class at BCHS go on a scavenger hunt in downtown Glasgow learning about the history of their hometown. Samantha Howell, Krista Meredith and Jared Guthrie were three of the students.
South Green Elementary 3rd grades visited Sloan’s Pond in Mammoth Cave National Park to learn about habitat I the pond.
May 8, 2007 – Jimmy Fox performs the honor of officially cutting the ribbon of his family’s new insurance agency in Cave City, Fox Insurance Agency.
May 10, 2007 –Farmers RECC CEO, Jackie Browning, dies at his home Friday of an apparent heart attack.
Glasgow City Police Officers seize $200,000 worth of marijuana in a field off of N. Race Street near the intersection of 31 E North.
Eastern Elementary was the school drawn to receive a new computer, monitor and printer from WalMart.
64 new Journeymen were recently honored at Glasgow’s R R Donnelley plant at the 11th Apprentice Graduate Ceremonies.
Robert Cary is the new CEO for Lyons Company according to Tommy Lyons, Chairman of Lyons Company.
Cornelius Faulkner is the new girls Basketball team coach at Caverna High School.
May 17, 2007 – Local Man, Brandon Christy of Park City, will appear on “Who Wants to Be A Millionaire?”
Nearly 200 Cancer Survivors were honored at Friday night’s 13th annual Glasgow/Barren County Relay for Life despite intense thunderstorms.
Barren River State Park is among five Kentucky State Park campgrounds to make the “Top 100 Family Campgrounds” by Reserve America.
Cynthia York, an Exceptional Education Teacher Consultant for Barren County Schools is appointed by Gov. Fletcher to serve on the State Board.
May 20, 2007 – Cave City native, Circuit Judge Kimberly Bunnell, has received a 2007 Law Related Education Award of Achievement at the annual Law Day in Frankfort.
Southern Gospel Music Week is proclaimed in Glasgow and Barren County.
Bailey Gibson Buick, Pontiac, GMC hosts a ceremony to recognize men and women in uniform during National Military Appreciation Month.
May 24, 2007 – Cave City woman, Eunice N Turner, 57, died on Sunday as a result of being hit by a train on Hardy Valley Road in Hart County.
Grand opening- The Diesel – Live Music, Karaoke, Pool Tables, Big Screen TVs and more at 1213 Dixie Hwy, Cave City.
May 27, 2007 – Public Advocate Ernie Lewis has announced the opening of the new Glasgow Trial Office located at 312 Samson Street.
May 29, 2007 – Marianna Irving, director of a monitoring program that works with 38 children at Highland Elementary was the guest speaker at Glasgow Kiwanis Club.
May 31, 2007 – J L French is expanding in Glasgow with a new product line adding 27-30 full time employees.
Rawhide Steakhouse, Saloon and Shop in Cave City and Dutch Craft Mattresses in Glasgow, are two new businesses that recently held ribbon cutting ceremonies.
Local Valedictorians – Caverna – Taylor John West; Glasgow – Ellen Murray; BCHS – Michele Marable.
Salutatorians – Caverna – Bartley Hodge Weaver IV; Glasgow – Kayla Foster; and BCHS – Lauren Holt Jolly.