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Shirley Glenora Collier, 87, of Glasgow, passed away

Shirley Glenora Collier, 87, of Glasgow, passed away Wednesday January 4, 2023, at the Shanti-Niketon Hospice House in Glasgow. She was born in Vanduser, MO on October 13, 1935, to the late Charlie Kirby and Edna Yarbrough Kirby. Mrs. Collier was a homemaker and a member of Glenview Christian Church. Survivors include her children, Marsha…

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Shoppers spent the day on the square

Shop around the Square Event Allyson Dix Jobe Publishing, Inc.   With enough shopping, one can weather the chilly December temps by moving door-to-door around the Edmonton Square. This is what many shoppers did last Sunday during the 2022 Shop around the Square event hosted by the Edmonton-Metcalfe Chamber of Commerce. Many businesses around the…

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MC Fiscal Court

Jennifer Moonsong General Manager Jobe Publishing, Inc.   At the regularly scheduled meeting of Metcalfe County fiscal court on September 27, the agenda was short and it was business as usual. All members were present. The most outstanding issue on the table was a Discussion regarding the Barren-Metcalfe 911 budget shortfall from landline phones. It…

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CECIL JOE “JOEY” GARMON

CARTHAGE, TN – Cecil Joe “Joey” Garmon, formerly of Summer Shade, passed away Thursday, August 4, 2022. Born on April 1, 1956, in Glasgow, KY he was a son of the late Norma Jean (Birge) and Otis Cecil “Brownie” Garmon. He was a retired truck driver, driving for over forty years. He was of the…

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Low flying planes have citizens asking questions

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Low-flying military aircraft have rattled Hart County residents over the past few weeks as many have reported seeing planes maneuver at extremely low levels. The aircraft have been spotted over Priceville, Munfordville, Canmer, Hardyville, the communities of Monroe and Pascal, and other areas, reportedly roaring over houses…

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Sign ordinance raises questions

One citizen claims violation of freedom of speech Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Horse Cave has many questions to research and answer concerning a sign ordinance for the City. The issue first arose during a Horse Cave City Council meeting on June 13 when Sarah Barker addressed the Council regarding an ordinance…

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Come one, come all to The Hart County Fair

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Carnival rides, food, games, pageants, and more will be returning next week for the 136th Annual Hart County Fair. The fair begins July 4 and continues through July 9 at the fairgrounds in Munfordville. General admission to the fair is $12 per person per night, with children…

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Gas tank erupts in fire

Mary Beth Sallee Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald   Last Friday, a storm rolled through Hart County, causing a fire to erupt at a residence in the LeGrande community. On June 17, John and Bridget Polka were both at work when a storm hit around 10 a.m. CT at their home located on Hwy. 218, approximately…

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Fans flock to SOKYfilm event for chance to be in films

By Reneé Daffron Jobe Publishing Staff   With exuberance and a brilliant smile on his face, well-known Actor/Producer Branscombe Richmond greeted a large crowd last Thursday evening. Hundreds gathered at the Cave City Convention Center in Cave City in response to an open casting call hosted by the Southern Kentucky Film Commission (SOKYfilm). The casting…

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