November 1, 1998 – Army Pvt. Christopher E Smith has just graduated from the MI Abrams Tank Turrett Mechanic Course at Ft. Knox. (He is now a Glasgow Water Co. employee.).
Trojans make playoffs with a 20-6 win over Warren Central. Scotties sew up perfect district mark with a 41-7 win over Monroe.
November 2, 1998 – Bobby Warren and Jan Hume were the scratch winners in the Ladies Day Member-Member Tournament at Glasgow Golf and Country Club.
November 3, 1998 – Heavy turnout for election day.
Austin Tracy bids for new school are $3.8 million. Bids under estimate.
November 4, 1998 – Freddie Travis, Jeff Sharp and Pam Browning win local races in Barren County.
November 5, 1998 – Goodman Automotive opens its new Nissan Showroom.
November 6, 1998 – Fire destroyed part of Guntown Mountain Amusement Park early today.
November 8, 1998 – For the first time, a female will occupy the position of Barren County Constable with only two write in votes on election day – Kerri Skaggs.
November 10, 1998 – DAR held its annual Tribute to Veterans – Bill Smith, Kenneth Wood, Vincent Harlow, Cecil Goode, Harold Matthews, Harold Strode, Roger McCoy, Wesley Morrison, Neal Jewell, Ted Winbigler and Dr. Robert McKinley.
November 11, 1998 – Glasgow Noon Rotary Club Community Wide Auction is underway this week.
November 13, 1998 – Barren County Junior Guard received the PEAK (Public Education Achievers in Kentucky) award from the Ky. School Board Association.
November 14, 1998 – BCHS Theatre to present “The Butler Did It”,
With some cast members including Jamie Resch and Sara Bartley along with Ben Bull, Daniel Turner, Dane Bowles, Julie Wright, Heather Burris, and Jaren Howard.
November 17, 1998 – Fire destroys the 2 story Kappa Alpha fraternity house at WKU. All 15 occupants escaped unharmed.
November 18, 1998 – Altrusa Club holds Bicentennial Style Show.
United Community Bank is now open in Glasgow at the corner of W. Main Street and the By Pass.
November 19, 1998 – Plans for Outer Loop around Glasgow is approved by the Ky. Highways Department Office.
November 20, 1998 – Hart Co. Jailer Bill Cartmill plans to cross train jail employees so that all of them can perform the jobs in the new jail.
November 22, 1998 – AD – Riherd’s Anniversary sale, celebrating 50 years, 1948-1998 – at 233 W. Main Street.
November 23, 1998 – Tobacco sales opened statewide but uncertain future of tobacco was felt. (Sales were higher the next day).
November 25, 1998 – Dr. Samuel Parish joins the staff at Urgent Clinic.
November 27, 1998 – Tasha, four year old African Lion, is the first visitor to Veterinary Medical Center’s new boarding kennel.
November 29, 1998 – AD – Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting – Friday December 4 at Furniture Outlet Store in the old Ideal Hardware Building on Roseville Road. Wayne and Jane Pruitt, owners.
November 30, 1998 – Businesses in the News – Green Leaf Garden Center, Ely Drugs, Kerr’s, Sewing Machine Center, A Little Taste of Texas, Smith Siding, Awards, Tri City Shoes, 31 E Marine, Decorator Supply, Glasgow Tire, Sue’s House of Shoes, Western Auto, Curves, and Central Air Systems.