Glasgow Daily Times
October 1, 1998 – Bomb scare at Homestead Computers shuts down a section of W. Main Street. No explosives were found in the device found setting in front of the door.
October 2, 1998 – Police make an arrest in bogus bomb threat.
Hart County will build an industrial spec building and county will guarantee loan of $600,000 to house a factory.
October 4, 1998 – Wedding anniversaries – Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gray – 50th; Mr. and Mrs. James L Goodman – 50th; and Mr. and Mrs. James Earl Wooten – 25th.
October 5. 1998 – Former Farmers RECC manager, J B Galloway, dies Saturday at age 83.
October 6, 1998 – The old Newberry building on the square is being demolished to make way for the new Barren County Administrative Office Complex.
October 7, 1998 – Robert Todd Moore and Russell E Dougherty are inducted into the Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame.
October 8, 1998 – The Glasgow Lady Scotties won their second straight State Golf Title Wednesday – Lynn Courtney Myers, Whitney Wade, Casey Manion, Taryn Durham and Morgan Hapney.
October 9, 1998 – Stanley Greer, Charles L Stinson and Zack Kender are elected to the SCRTC board.
October 11, 1998 – Cave City Good Ole Days held this past weekend. A big parade kicked the event off on Friday evening.
October 12, 1998 – BCHS Trojan Band received a distinguished rating, 2nd place in their class and won the Spirit Award and Best Color Guard at McClean County Contest.
October 13, 1998 – AD – Houchens – Pork Ribs, 99 cents pound, 2 Liter Coke 99 cents, 12 pack Coke $1.88 and Banquet meals four for $3.00.
October 14, 1998 – Austin Tracy Class of 1968 holds their 30th reunion.
Former employees of the Howard Clinic also hold reunion.
October 16, 1998 – Elderly man is killed when struck in front of his residence Thursday night. Oliver Leonard Ross, 88, was in the middle of the road when struck.
October 18, 1998 – Bhavini Mody is crowned the 1998 GHS Homecoming Queen.
October 20, 1998 – Glasgow City Council sets 1998 tax rate of .151 per $100 of property assessment on both real and personal property.
October 21, 1998 – Fire damages LeGrande School in Hart County. Students will attend classes at the Hart County High School for the rest of the week.
October 22, 1998 – Horse Cave Theatre will host the 2nd Annual Celebrity Dinner and Auction on November 7.
October 23, 1998 – New Arrivals – Kennedy Lee Gibbs, Joshua Aaron Doyle and John Andrew Shelton.
October 23, 1998 – AD – Auction Sale – Glen Ayre Farm, 313 acres, more or less on Highway 90 in Cave City and Highway 685 in Glasgow.
October 25, 1998 – Plans for new area code – 270 – in the area is put on hold.
October 26, 1998 – Annual Heart Walk is held on Saturday raising $16,000 for the American Heart Association.
October 28, 1998 – Barren County Little League Cowboys are the county champs for an incredible 8th straight season.
October 29, 1998 – Lyons Company awards 1998 Benevolent Fund Scholarships to Adam Harlow, Andrea Ream, Michael Skaggs, and Nick Soards.
Tony Bybee is the general manager of the new Western Sizzlin Restaurant which will open in December.
October 30, 1998 – BCHS Class of 1988 has reunion at Southwind Restaurant. (Ole French Restaurant).