To everything there is a season – Lile retires

By Jennifer Moonsong Central Division General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc. Last week Metcalfe County Superintendent, Dr. Benny Lile announced his retirement. At the end of a fruitful 35-year long career in education, Lile is looking at his journey with reflection, introspection and great humility as he prepares for the next season of life. “There was…

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Soup’s on!

By PJ Martin Editor The Herald-News What is better on a cold fall day than a bowl of soup? Apparently, most people agree because the annual Metcalfe 4-H soup fundraiser was held on Friday with a good response. The ladies and gentlemen were working hard at the Metcalfe County Extension Office getting everything ready to…

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Old is new again

By PJ Martin Editor The Herald-News It is said that patience is a virtue, but how many people do you know who would wait 60+ years to complete a project? Well, that is exactly what Charles “Chach” Pedigo did. Back in 1956, when Charles was attending Glasgow High School Mr. Matthews the shop teacher assigned…

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Negotiations underway

By PJ Martin Editor The Herald-News The November 12th fiscal court meeting had a very short agenda. The main discussion focused on the purchase of a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500LD truck for the Road Department. The purchase agreement is in negotiations because the truck received had 3,556 miles on it. It had been understood that…

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MARY NELL HENSLEY

KNOB LICK – Mary Nell Hensley, age 94, died November 12, 2019, at Jefferson Park Nursing Home. She was born on January 17, 1925, in the Hickory College Community of Metcalfe County to the late Oather and Mattie (Shirley) Edwards. She was married to Clyde W. Hensley who preceded her in death. She was a…

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South Central Bank honors and feeds veterans at annual breakfast

    By Thomas Wampler Jobe Regional News and Sports South Central Bank held their annual Veterans Breakfast Program at their Operations Center Community Room on South Rogers Boulevard in Glasgow last Friday morning. South Central Bank and their employees honor and feed veterans on the Friday morning before Veterans Day every year. According to…

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A damned dam

By PJ Martin Editor Edmonton Herald-News Once again what to do about the Dunham Lake Dam is the topic of discussion. On October 3, the state inspectors were in Edmonton to look over the dam. The city received an environmental letter with their visual inspection findings which stated: “While there is no immediate fix there…

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Friends ‘til the end and beyond – Interview with Sheriff Hodges

By Jennifer Moonsong Central Division General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc.   As you walk through the doors of newly elected Sheriff Lonnie Hodges’ office, there are plenty of reminders of why he is there. To the left of his desk is the American flag, to the right, the Kentucky flag. Above the desk, sits a…

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