November 1, 1988 – J B Galloway announces his retirement from Farmers RECC.
November 2, 1988 – Jack B Browning is named the new manager of Farmers RECC.
Slick Rock High School Class of 1938 holds its 50th Class Reunion at Barren River Lodge – Mabel Chism, Lucille (Williams) Johnson, Opal (Taylor) Botts, Maxie (Deweese) Brown, Pauline (Morgan) Jolly, Lavada (Broady) Pedigo, Maude (Broady) Bowles, Lawrence Broady, Burnis Morton and Teacher, Samuel Smith.
November 3, 1988 – Ron Howe, Channel 5 meteorologist, will be the Christmas Parade’s Grand Marshall.
November 4, 1988 – Players of the Week – Jonathan Lee-Glasgow, Brian Morrison –Barren County, Johnny Paul Nixon – Monroe County and Joe Carey – Caverna.
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church presents “On the Banks of Beaver Creek”, written by Tim Best and Loretta Murray.
November 5, 1988 – Pamela White is named Associate Director of the Horse Cave Theatre.
Donnie Spear, former resident of Monroe County, celebrates her 100th in Arcola, Illinois.
Greg Nunn will participate in the 1988 North American International Livestock Exposition. He has entered two events in the quarter horse division.
November 7, 1988 – Dr. James Brockhohn joins Pelham Chiropractic Office.
November 8, 1988 – Heavy Voter Turnout.
November 9, 1988 – Walter Baker wins Senate seat back defeating Larry Freas. Ward and Whiteside win Glasgow School Board seats and Perkins, Shaw and Spradlin win school board seats in Metcalfe County.
November 10, 1988 – Rat Poison is now available at Ideal Hardware, Barren County Road Department and Glasgow Street Department.
November 11, 1988 – Congressional Medal of Honor winner Richard Bush was the speaker for the Veterans Dinner.
November 13, 1988 – Gov. Wallace G Wilkinson was in Edmonton Friday for the dedication of the Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Inc. Mfg. Plant.
November 15, 1988 – Benjamin T Quinn is appointed to the Ky. Environmental Quality Commission.
November 16, 1988 – Bob Danner is named Interim Director of Barren County Family YMCA.
November 18, 1988 – Glasgow is honored as being a Certified City at Lexington.
November 20, 1988 – Tompkinsville Monroe County Airport is dedicated.
November 22, 1988 – Reynolds Road site is chosen for new YMCA.
November 23, 1988 – Grand Re-Opening of Future Federal at 103 Smith Road – consolidating Broadway Office and Smith Road offices.
Stanley Bragg, Cave City, is named Jerry’s Manager of the Year.
November 27, 1988 – 140 family members and friends honored Bryant Geralds, Tompkinsville on his 92nd birthday.
Ribbon Cutting at Dimension Unlimited, 123 W. Main Street on the square. Owners Vickie and Joel Thompson.(Formerly Lesa’s)
November 29, 1988 – AD – Elsie’s Beauty Shop Fashion Show will be Saturday, December 3rd at 216 W. Washington Street, Glasgow.
November 30, 1988 – Tom Crews, Barren County Coach and Donnie Owen, Glasgow Coach are the guest speakers at the Thursday Rotary Club Meeting.