November 6, 2008 – Barren County Sheriff’s Dept. responded to the Railton Community where they found Johnny Upton, 56, deceased from gunshot wounds.
Burn Ban has been lifted in Barren County.
Cave City Lions Club plan fund raiser – selling Rada Cutlery, Quick Mixes, Cookbooks, Stoneware and Soy Wax Candles.
Merry Oaks News by Edith Alexander – David and Brenda Keith and son, Davey, enjoyed supper at McDonalds in Cave City Sunday night. Merry Oaks Church will have a hayride and games at the church Halloween night. Congratulations to Maurice and Laverne Pennycuff on their 61st anniversary.
November 8, 2008 – Sports – Scotties shut out Campbellsville 27-0. Caverna end the season with 55-12 loss to Taylor County.
November 13, 2008 – Eugene William “Bill” Allen was laid to rest Saturday, November 8. He was the commander of the local VFW Post 5906.
Barren County Fiscal Court hears problems regarding the jail’s performance on the smoke evaluation test. They have 30 days to decide what to do.
Ribbon Cutting is held for “The Book Store” at 210 Shane Drive. Owned by Jane and Max Sutton. Also ribbon cutting held for Debbie’s Family Barber Shop at 1511 S. Green Street.
Veterans were honored at Freedom with Ret. CSM Robin Lahm as the guest speaker.
BCHS Alumni Inductees are Woodford Gardner, Jr., Ledean Hamilton, Helen Russell, Gail Arterburn Broady, David Lewis Gray and David R Proffitt.
November 13, 2008 – Hiseville Junior Beta Club elects Mary Ivie, Christopher Blakley, Stacia Tolliver, Sierra Murphy and Hunter Carey as offices.
Lynn Andrews is named the new director of the Mary Wood Weldon Memorial Library.
November 20, 2008 – Comfort Inn in Cave City burns. Damaged estimated in excess of 2 million dollars.
Sheldon A Ballou is the newest member of the Caverna Board of Education.
Mayor Darrell Pickett and Judge Executive Davie Green has proclaimed the month of November as “National American Indian Heritage Month”.
Park City Lions Annual Turkey Dinner is set for November 22 at the Lions Clubhouse.
Citizens First opens new Southgate Plaza Branch in Glasgow.
“It’s A Wonderful Life, the Radio Play” will be presented by Far Off Broadway Players November 29 and 30.
November 26, 2008 – South Green Elementary presents “Disney’s 101 Dalmatians” musical at the Plaza Theatre.
Haywood Volunteer Fire Department receives $91,000 through FEMA’s 2008 Assistance to Fire Fighters Grant Program.
Mammoth Cave National Park invites the public to the Annual Cave Sing on Sunday, December 7.
Barren River Lake State Park Staff member, Mary Jane Booth, the park’s housekeeping Supervisor, receives a Star of the Industry Award.
Anniversary celebrations by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lee – 60th and Orville and Joyce Wilkerson- 50th.
Jennifer Fritsch is awarded the Middle School Art Teacher of the Year.
Sustainable Glasgow is the name adopted by a group of locals who want to create a sustainable economy for the region surrounding Glasgow.