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Coffee quest concert series

Submitted When Tim Linick moved to Glasgow in July of 2014 to become the pastor of Glasgow Wesleyan Church, he already had coffee on his mind. He tried to start a small group Bible study in the Fall of that year in a local coffee shop. However, when he called to inquire about the location,…

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American Indian heritage recognized

Special to the Herald-News A proclamation signing for National American Indian Heritage Month was hosted by the Metcalfe County Historical Society on the morning of Friday, November 19.

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The Social Effect Part III: The Silver Lining

Jennifer Moonsong Division Publisher Barren & Metcalfe   Although social media certainly has a dark cloud of problems, there is a silver lining. When it comes to free promotions for small business owners, and staying in touch with friends and family who live far there is no more economic or easier way to do so…

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Thankful for Adoption – National Adoption Month

Jennifer Moonsong Division Publisher Barren & Metcalfe   November is National Adoption Month, and for one south-central Kentucky family, adoption has been a blessing.   John and Tracy Miller knew they wanted a family.   “We always knew we wanted to have children. I had watched my husband parent his daughter from a previous marriage,…

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Crocheting for a cause

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart County News-Herald   At the young age of 83, Ruby Meredith has been staying busy, putting her hands to work for a good cause. Beginning last year in December of 2020, Ruby began crocheting toboggans to donate to the Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes at Rowletts Baptist Church. The Samaritan’s Purse…

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National Adoption Month Forever Thankful

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart County News-Herald   November is National Adoption Month. On behalf of Jobe Publishing, the Hart County News-Herald is sharing the following stories in celebration of local families and adoption. The Tweedy Family Everett Tweedy first met Buffy when he was just 18-years-old. Buffy, at the time, was 21-years-old, but she…

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Parents push back

By PJ Martin Editor The Herald-News   If you tune in to the national news you no doubt hear about school board issues and parents speaking up across the U.S. But did you know there are parents and school board issues right here at home? The problem first came to the attention of the public…

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20 years and counting Soul Stained makes change of venue

Jennifer Moonsong Division Publisher Barren & Metcalfe   Back in 2006, Sammy Jo Freeman, known then as Sammy Jo Jessie, was just a senior BCHS. Even so, she embarked on an artistic career path as a tattoo artist at Soul Stained Tattoos. The owner Brian Kirby, who opened the doors in 2003, welcomed her aboard…

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Court taps breaks on “Premium Pay”

Hale pushes for one-time payouts for 133 county employees of more than $1.5M; totals to some exceed the federal limits set in program By Allyson Dix Jobe Government Reporter Barren County Officials deliberated for nearly an hour in Fiscal Court after Magistrate Carl Dickerson called for a revote regarding the premium pay approved for county…

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Employees honor and feed veterans at ‘drive-thru parade’ breakfast

By T. Wampler Jobe News and Sports   South Central Bank held their annual Veterans Celebration outside their Operations Center on South Rogers Boulevard in Glasgow last Wednesday morning. South Central Bank and its employees honor and feed veterans on a morning before Veterans Day every year. This year, like in 2020 due to COVID…

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