December 1, 1988 – Glasgow Fire Department is going to receive a new pumper truck hopefully by December 15th.
December 2, 1988 – Mrs. Lois Gray and Joe Leech were recognized Thursday for their recent land donation for the Glasgow Barren County YMCA.
December 4, 1988 – Kentucky Transportation Cabinet study details and way to alleviate Glasgow’s traffic problems.
4-H Christmas Home Tour – Betty and Ron Denton, Wanda and Lee Gordon, and Betty and Jim Collier.
December 5, 1988 – 300 are evacuated in Hart County for up to 7 hours due to irritating smoke and fumes from a dump fire but no one was hurt.
December 7, 1988 – “D” Day in Glasgow was proclaimed by Mayor Charles Honeycutt – the effort aimed at combating drunk drivers.
December 8, 1988 – Blackbird problem is back in Park City. An estimated 800,000 birds flock to roost in Park City late each evening.
December 9, 1988 – Robert K Ward will preach his first sermon Sunday, at Calvary Baptist Church.
December 11, 1988 –Betty Barrick wins Kentucky Farm Bureau 1988 Distinguished Service award along with Jack Crowner.
December 13, 1988 – 9th Annual “Christmas Sing in the Cave” will be Friday at Mammoth Cave National Park.
December 14, 1988 – The Ladies Hospital Auxiliary has reopened their newly decorated gift shop at T J Samson Hospital.
December 15, 1988 – Lexington Drive widening could begin as early as this summer.
Construction nears completion on New Farmers Bank, Happy Valley Banking Center Expansion.
December 16, 1988 – Park City School presents “The Christmas Dress”.
December 20, 1988 – Ceremonies were conducted at Dry Fork Saturday in memory of Robert Thomerson, an area serviceman, who was killed in WWII. The Austin Tracy Lions Club named their community park in his honor.
December 21, 1988 – Domino Hills Stables in Pritchardsville is the Business Winner of the Lighting Contest. Ron and Betty Denton and Olin and Margaret Berryman were also winners.
December 22, 1988 – South Green Elementary presents “A Cause for Mrs. Claus”.
December 23, 1988 – Tickets on sale for New Years Dance at Louie B Nunn Lodge. Billy Vaughn band will be playing.
December 25, 1988 – Tommy Gumm is named as a member of the Job Training Coordinating Council by Gov. Wallace Wilkinson.
December 28, 1988 – Glasgow Council hears complaint from local citizens about local livestock market on Roseville Road.