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Father of former Glasgow Superintendent found after 32 years

By Allyson Dix A Jobe Publishing, Inc. Exclusive   The whereabouts of an Eastern Kentucky coal miner have remained unknown for over three decades until his skeletal remains were found submerged in Dewey Lake earlier this year. That coal miner was Ruvil Hale, the father of former Glasgow Superintendent Keith Hale. Ruvil lived a turbulent…

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Local authors book fair

By PJ Martin Editor The Herald-News   You might not realize it, but Metcalfe County has an abundance of published authors. The ladies at the Metcalfe County Public Library knew this and held a special book fair on November 4th to showcase those authors and their works.     Author Richard Hines along with the…

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Movie filmed in Barren Co. brings positive impact to community

  Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc.   The saying it’s “Better in the Barrens” and film production companies American Cinema Inspires and BTF Media believe that to be true after choosing Barren County for a movie set. Film work for “Finding Love in Sisters” began in October where locations in the county set the scene…

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Reclaiming a Spot in History

Lynn Bledsoe Gimlet Reporter   Mammoth Cave has many untold stories. Locals to the area know many of the stories through their family histories. One family with a rich history involving Mammoth Cave is the Bransford family. On October 15, 2022, Mammoth Cave National Park held the official dedication for the Bransford monument. The dark…

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Breast Cancer Awareness: Natasha’s Story

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   As a self-proclaimed military brat, Natasha Martin knows the strength it takes to not only grow up in a military family but also to endure the countless moves and ins and outs of military life. But over the past year, Natasha found herself needing more strength than…

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Hometown Hero Deborah Perkins Bradley

“It is important to encourage others because you never know what someone is going through.” Deborah Bradley Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Deborah Bradley’s favorite Bible verse is John 3:16: “For God so loved the world, that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but…

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Part Two: Alcohol Sales on the Ballot: Just Say No

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   On November 8, residents in Munfordville will go to the polls to vote on whether or not they want alcohol to be sold within the city limits. This is Part Two of a three-part series. This particular part shares the point of view of someone who is…

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Slow as Molasses

Special to Jobe Publishing, Inc.   Molasses making is a slow process, even with a community effort! Jeff Botts decided in the springtime to plant a small patch of sorghum cane on his farm out on New Salem Road, not far from Glasgow. He could visualize the end result though. Homemade biscuits with melted butter…

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Survivor shares story of faith, perseverance

“It was all Jesus.” Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   In August of 2021, Courtney Line had contracted COVID. The illness in itself had brought with it lingering symptoms, including anxiety and panic attacks. But Courtney, who had never been an anxious person, had concerns and felt as though something just wasn’t right.…

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