December 4, 2008 – The Kentucky Headhunters, Rufus Huff and Sixth Floor put on a great show Saturday night with proceeds from the show going to Toys for Tots and Girls and Boys Club.
It’s the end of the season for Houchens Ferry and Maple Spring Group Campground.
Park City News – The Park City Christmas Parade will be December 6 at 10:30 a.m. Jane Brooks was home for Thanksgiving. She is the daughter of Rondal and Maxine Brooks. Sarah Lewis (USAF), daughter of David Lowe and granddaughter of Jay and Violet Lewis has been on temporary training duty in Iraq for the past few months.
Glasgow lights up for the Holidays.
Kentucky Repertory Theatre will open with the hilarious holiday play “Christmas Belles” on Friday, December 5th.
GHS Senior Tana Smith recently received top honors at the student exhibition at the Kentucky Art Exhibition.
Chamber of Commerce offers great gift ideas for Christmas – Cookbooks, ornaments and gift cards.
December 11, 2008 – “Deck The Halls” is held at Highland Elementary School on Saturday.
New or Renovated? Jail costs still being discussed by the Barren County Fiscal Court.
Showing at Marquee and Highland Cinema – Punisher, War Zone, Four Christmases, Australia Transporter, Twilight Bolt 3D, Madagascar, Escape to Africa and Quantum of Solace.
The Center for Courageous Kids announces the generous donation of $10,000 from Halton of Scottsville.
Glasgow Christian Academy won the Grand Marshall Award at the Christmas Parade. The Lindsey Family won the Jim Moody Award.
Dr. R Brent Wright is recently installed as Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians President.
Elizabeth “Libby” Butts Barrett retired from R R Donnelley after more than 34 years of service.
December 18, 2008 – Glasgow City Council honors outgoing Council members – Jesse Brown, William Webb and Eldon Smith.
Way Back When by Seaborn Ellzey – December 1949 – Two Barren County Students, Kelly Richard of Glasgow and Thomas F Hutzler, Cave City, have been selected to serve on UK Commission of 240 for 1949-1950, the UK Public Relations Department announces.
Jim Page received the “Volunteer of the Year” award at the Cave City Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet.
National Park Service employees Leslie Lewis and Patrick Price received special monetary awards for their work.
December 25, 2008 – Barren County Fiscal Court voted Tuesday night to build a new Barren County Corrections Facility.
Local authors Jimmy Lowe and Trina Wells Wyatt visit the local library promoting their books – “My Road to Fiction” and “Mrs. Mable Comes to Green Hills”.
The 6th Grade academic Team at Red Cross Elementary placed 2nd overall at the 6th Grade Showcase held at Monroe County Middle School.
Robbie Fudge, Caverna Band Director, is elected Chairman of Third District Band Directors Association.
Billy and Felicia Barbour’s Family Restaurant is now open in Cave City.