Jobe Regional Features

Regional Exclusive: Old-school meth may make comeback

Jennifer Moonsong Central Division, General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc.   For nearly a decade the massive influx of methamphetamine from Mexican drug cartels has accounted for the majority of meth in America, including south central Kentucky. However, as a result of COVID-19, less meth is making its way across the border. “Because of the border…

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Guthrie discusses current issues

Mary Beth Sallee Jobe Publishing, Inc.   This story includes information that was relevant as of June 18 at which time the interview with Congressman Guthrie occurred.  The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the economy throughout the U.S. and Kentucky, as well as the health of thousands. Recent events have also plagued the nation and commonwealth,…

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A Little Taste Done in a Big Way

Local family restaurant going strong for 25-years By Veronika Well Community Features Barren County Progress If you’ve been around Glasgow much, you already know the place, but if you don’t, put it on your bucket list. A Little Taste of Texas celebrated 25 years on Saturday, December 14th. Glasgow native, Kat Farrell, and her family…

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Crystal Crisis – Part II

By Jennifer Moonsong Central Division General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc. Meth nightmare From an addict’s outlook, the meth and opioid crisis is devastating and deadly. From the vantage point of law enforcement agencies, it is a nightmare. The perfect storm “A decade ago, the western part of the state was eaten up with meth. The…

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The Crystal Crisis Part 1: Perspectives

    By Jennifer Moonsong Central Division General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc.   It’s a chilly November day, but a few children have braved the cold, to play at the park. Their squeals of excitement can be heard, even at a distance. On the far side of the park sits Sarah*, a 26-year-old Metcalfe County…

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Red Lick Ranch named Tree Farm of the Year

  By Jennifer Moonsong Central Division, General Manager, Jobe Publishing, Inc. 14 years ago Bill and Chris Lagermann bought a beautiful swath of land, Red Lick Ranch. Since that time the couple has worked hard at improving the property and conserving some of its greatest assets, the trees. “They have put a lot of work…

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White Cemetery tradition lives on

By Jennifer Moonsong Central Division, General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc.   On September 21 at 1 pm friends, family, neighbors, and descendants of those buried in White Cemetery are invited to attend the 3rd Annual Pig Roast. The White Cemetery, founded in 1895, is nestled the peaceful and picturesque hills of Sulphur Lick adjacent to…

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Keith Corum: An education on real estate

PLACES & FACES – Because everyone has a story By Jennifer Moonsong Central Division, General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc. Although real estate agent Keith Corum only got his real estate license two years ago, he’s been interested in it all of his life. Growing up in Louisville, Corum says it was his grandparents who planted…

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