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Fire and Police chiefs present annual update to councilmembers

Allyson Dix  Jobe Publishing, Inc.    Both chiefs for the Glasgow Fire and Police Departments gave an annual presentation to the city council members last week where both highlighted they have or will soon be losing a lot of years of experience with retirees.   Fire Chief William Rock, who presented his first annual presentation since…

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Eddie Price to make presentation on June 24

Hart County Historical Society Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Mark your calendar for June 24 at 5 p.m. CT to join the Hart County Historical Society for an exciting and informative event at the Hart County Public Library. Eddie Price will make a presentation about Kentuckians in the War of 1812 and…

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Glasgow graced with music

Jennifer Moonsong Regional Editor Jobe Publishing, Inc.   Music will fill the air this summer at two free concerts on the square in Glasgow. The first will be presented by the Glasgow Community Band and held Thursday, June 23 at 7 p.m. Guests will be serenaded with marches, patriotic songs, and popular songs at this…

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Munfordville streets to be resurfaced

Katrina England Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   The Munfordville City Council met in a special called session on Monday, June 13. City Council Members Kenny Sheppard, Annie Swift, Ricky Line, and Bill Belt were in attendance, as well as Mayor John Johnson and City Clerk Neva Brent.  Council Members Shelli Gibbons and Jeremy Atwell were…

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Mayor encourages communication through town hall gathering

Jennifer Moonsong Regional Editor Jobe Publishing, Inc.   On Thursday, June 16 at 6 p.m., citizens of Glasgow are welcome to join Mayor Harold Armstrong and City Council members in the City Hall council chambers to share what’s on their minds about Glasgow’s needs and accomplishments. This meeting was initially set for the 23rd, but…

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Run for the Light raises funds for suicide prevention

Katrina England Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   The 9th Annual Run for the Light Poker Run rolled out of the Munfordville Square on Saturday, June 11 with 226 bikes and an additional 105 passengers. This year’s route was roughly 80 miles, with participants leaving from the Munfordville Courthouse and traveling through Cub Run, Clarkson, Brownsville,…

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New details in lawsuit for death of Jeremy Marr

Jennifer Moonsong   Regional Editor  Jobe Publishing, Inc.    There has been a new development in the lawsuit filed against the City of Glasgow and three GPD officers, for the April 2020 shootings death of Jeremy Marr.  The GPD has been dismissed from the suit, but the city of Glasgow is named; The officers were dismissed…

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Gas tank erupts in fire

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Last Friday, a storm rolled through Hart County, causing a fire to erupt at a residence in the LeGrande community. On June 17, John and Bridget Polka were both at work when a storm hit around 10 a.m. CT at their home located on Hwy. 218, approximately…

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The Barren County Fair – 68 years of excellence

Jennifer Moonsong Regional Editor Jobe Publishing, Inc. Photos provided by the Temple Hill Lions Club and Jennifer Moonsong   Nothing spells S-U-C-C-E-S-S in a southern, agricultural county quite like the continuation and growth of the county fair. This year, thanks to the Temple Hill Lions Club, Barren County the fair will offer festivities for the…

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Bringing Us Together

Sip, Shop and Stroll, Headhunters Concert and the Barrenton Ball By Jeff Jobe Community Publisher It is an exciting time for our community as more and more people are pumping energy into the heart of Barren County, downtown Glasgow. The three-year-old group known as the Glasgow Downtown Business Association (GDBA) kicked off the downtown season…

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