Statewide News

Haylin Adams Day

PJ Martin Jobe Publishing, Inc.   Friday afternoon, a very special young lady was recognized by The Peoples Bank, the City of Glasgow, and Barren County. A Proclamation was signed designating July 23rd as Haylin Adams Day. The amazingly talented 12-year-old Haylin Adams is well known locally after competing on Season 9 of the Food…

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Alpha-gal Syndrome: The tick-borne meat allergy

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Kentucky is known as a great place to enjoy many outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, and hiking just to name a few. While beautiful scenery may draw you outdoors, it also may put you in contact with ticks. Most tick bites just become an itchy nuisance, but…

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Local artist to compete at national level

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Earlier this year, Mammoth Cave National Park announced its International Year of Caves and Karst (IYCK) Art Contest. The theme for this year’s contest was “Discover what’s under your National Park”. The regional contest included not only the state of Kentucky but also Indiana, Tennessee, Virginia, Ohio,…

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WKU – Higher education in a post-pandemic world

Jennifer Moonsong Central Division General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc.   At the first in-person Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce breakfast in over a year, President of WKU, Dr. Tim Caboni, spoke about how the pandemic has changed higher education in south central Kentucky.   He opened by saying, “It is so good not to be…

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Edmund Rogers Chapter, NSDAR Spring Awards Luncheon

Linda Hitchcock, Chapter Publicist Various Photographers   Daughters of the American Revolution members, award recipients, and guests gathered at the Lera B. Mitchell Clubhouse on Saturday, June 12, for the final meeting of the 2020-2021 season. The meeting began with a warm welcome by Chapter Regent June Jackson and then was joined by Chaplain Maude…

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Honoring the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Submitted by Paula L. Ratliff Greenville, KY – hosted the replica of the Tomb of the Unknown Solider over Independence Day weekend to honor the American service members who have died without their remains being identified. Local residents, Veterans groups, and travelers participated in the informational tour and video depicting the qualifications and training required…

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Child Tax Credit monthly payments to begin July 15

Mary Beth Sallee Jobe Publishing, Inc.   Over 36 million families across the nation will have extra money in the bank as the advance Child Tax Credit (CTC) payments begin July 15. The advance CTC payments come as part of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act which has enhanced the amount of CTC up to…

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Bird deaths caused by unknown disease

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Across the eastern United States, hundreds of birds have been dying from a mysterious illness. Wildlife experts are unsure of the cause. The illness among birds within the state began in late May as the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR) began receiving reports of…

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Save the Bees, Please!

Katrina England Reporter, Hart County News-Herald   When many people think of warmer months, blooming dogwood trees and March lilies are the visions which come to mind. However, spring is also the most important time of year for honey bees, as well as the busiest time. This is the time of the year when they…

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MIAs and Government Bureaucracy

Paula L. Ratliff, BSC, MS  Criminologist and Author    As funeral arrangements are being finalized for Howard “Scott” Magers of the Merry Oaks and Railton Communities, people are asking “How did it take almost 80 years to bring him home?” “How was he missing in action?” “Did they just find his remains?” The answers to…

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