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1 dead, 1 juvenile in stable condition after Glasgow shooting

  By Allyson Dix One man is dead and a female juvenile is injured after a shooting occurred this morning at Dellwood Apartments in Glasgow. According to the Glasgow Police Department, they received a call of a shooting in progress at the apartment complex on South Green Street at 9:50 a.m. When officers arrived, they…

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BSC Super Fans!

By Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc.   A couple from England journeyed across seas to see Black Stone Cherry when the band made their way home before the holidays and performed at Glasgow’s Historic Plaza Theatre in mid-December. Sam and Tyanne Goodmans traveled around 4,500 miles from Wales, England to rock out to both sold-out…

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The Christmas Mouse

By Allyson Dix and Mary Beth Sallee Jobe Publishing, Inc.   In 1972, Noma Page and her soon to be two-year-old daughter, Angela, were attending the Glasgow Christmas Parade when young Angela saw something she just had to have: a giant mouse on the Watson’s Store float. “She had a fit over that mouse,” James…

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Christmas Parade 2023

  Special to the Herald-News Photos by PJ Martin and Allyson Dix   For the second year, the Edmonton Christmas Parade was held after dark which only made the multi colored twinkling lights more beautiful. The theme was Festive Flicks a Parade of Beloved Christmas Shows & Movies. See if you can guess which Christmas…

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Unraveling of FEMA

By Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc.   Knowledge of a federal investigation surrounding the Metcalfe County’s FEMA problems dating back to 2018 has surfaced all while a tenured employee was terminated and two subsequent resignations from the EM assistant deputies, and a road supervisor who resigned and then retracted his resignation in recent weeks. Emory…

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Vascular Surgeon expands to Glasgow

By Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc.   A Somerset-based vascular surgeon announced this month that Southern Kentucky Vascular is expanding its care services to Glasgow. Dr. Don Brown, an award-winning physician is excited for the opportunity to bring new vascular services to a new regional clinic. “Our practice’s mission is to provide patients in Southern…

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Bear Camp

By Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc. allyson@jobeinc.com   Growing up, Rick Hammontree’s grandfather in Pennsylvania took him on his first fishing adventures at a young age–a trip that would ultimately lead him to a love for hunting wildlife. “While visiting my grandfather there, I noticed he had Field & Stream and Outdoor Life books back…

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MCFC – Contracts and Community Assistance

  By Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc.   The Metcalfe County Fiscal Court tackled several items last week in their meeting including FEMA-related matters and a new program to help with medical expenses for residents in the county. Magistrates Kevin Crane, Daniel Bragg, and Harvey Hawkins were present. Absent was Ronnie Miller. FEMA matters The…

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Eating Pie

Allyson Dix The Herald-News   While eating pie for breakfast may sound appealing for many, for one man in Summer Shade, “eating pie” was a little less desirable last Wednesday morning. The chilly morning air and a cold pie to the face was what Curt Kimm had shortly after 7:00 a.m. after local second-grader Isaiah…

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Metcalfe’s Maker Mondays

By Allyson Dix The Herald-News   The Metcalfe County Public Library hosts a variety of interesting activities and events, and recently, included a holiday-themed craft for their monthly Maker Monday activity. Verenicce Conrad, Maker Space Coordinator, started her position at the local library around a year ago. She has continuously helped to engage youth and…

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