FRANKFORT – Hemp processor Shyne Labs is committed to create 60 full-time jobs for Kentuckians during the coming months with a new $9 million facility in Simpson County.
FRANKFORT — Results from Kentucky’s unprecedented primary election, with widespread mail-in absentee voting amid a global pandemic, are expected to drag out for days after voting ends Tuesday, keeping some candidates and their supporters in suspense.
A public hearing of the City of Glasgow Department of Public Works will be at 6:45 p.m. Monday in the Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY — Campbellsville University's Schools of Cosmetology and Barbering have now reopened to the public, according to Amanda Roop, director of the School of Cosmetology/Barbering.
LEXINGTON — The University of Kentucky this week released the pillars of its restart plan for the fall, which makes clear a commitment to returning to a residential campus experience in August:
The Barren River District Health Department announced Tuesday that it has confirmed 1,968 cases of COVID-19 in the Barren River District, 1,326 of which have recovered.
The 28th annual Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament has been rescheduled for Friday, Sept. 4, 8:30 a.m., at the Barren River Lake State Park.
The Kentucky Bourbon Festival has announced it will delay this year's event a month this year due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, and will host the festival Oct. 15–18, 2020.
The coronavirus pandemic has burdened businesses with steep losses in revenue. The Glasgow Daily Times is no exception. It has forced us to make difficult decisions in the way we distribute news to Barren County.
Public health officials are rolling out COVID-19 contract tracing programs to help slow the spread of the disease by informing people who have had contact with someone who has tested positive. Of course, scammers are finding nefarious ways to use these efforts for their personal gain.
LOUISVILLE – United States Attorney Russell Coleman has announced the charging of three individuals for conspiracy to commit burglary involving controlled substances.
GREENSBURG – On Friday, at approximately 1:20 p.m. Kentucky State Police Post 15 was notified of a two-vehicle fatal collision on Matney Road in Green County. Preliminary investigations indicate that Jamie Young, 40, of Greensburg, was operating a westbound Ford Explorer when he crossed into…
United States Attorney Russell Coleman on Monday announced the charging of Robert Alan Thompson, 33, of Hodgenville, for online enticement of a minor and production of child pornography.
GLASGOW – Gov. Andy Beshear announced during his press conference Monday that the Kentucky State Police and the Kentucky National Guard are no longer stationed in Louisville.
CAVE CITY — The impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Cave City area tourist attractions can be summed up with one word — devastating.
Mammoth Liquors teamed up with nonprofit, GIVE270, to release a special edition single barrel bourbon from Elijah Craig. The partnership joins the #healthyatwork efforts as businesses are allowed to re-open. The bourbon was aged 11.5 years. Approximately 200 bottles were sold for $39.99 with…
The Allen County Health Department reports another two confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Allen County as of this afternoon since 4 p.m. Sunday. The patients are undergoing medical treatment and are in quarantine at this time. The Health Department is contacting persons (contact tracing…
The Monroe County Health Department is investigating two additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Monroe County, bringing the total to 27 confirmed cases.
At 4:17 a.m. Monday, the Barren County Sheriff’s Office, the Summer Shade Volunteer Fire Department and Kentucky Air Methods’ medical helicopter responded to a wreck with injuries along the Burkesville Road.
After a nearly 12-week closure, the National Corvette Museum will reopen to the public on Monday. Like many businesses, the museum has implemented recommended procedures to keep guests and staff safe during their visit.
FRANKFORT – On Friday, Gov. Andy Beshear provided an update on case information and encouraged people to follow public health guidance this weekend as Kentuckians continue the fight the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).
CAVE CITY — One item of discussion during the Barren County Economic Authority’s administrative and personnel committee meeting Friday was the possible need for training.
Caverna High School senior William Keen checks his image in the window of a van while straightening the tassel on his mortarboard before entering the school's gym for graduation. CHS seniors' graduations took place Friday and Saturday. Individual graduation ceremonies were held for the senio…
Mowing season along Kentucky state highways is fully underway and crews in the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's District 3 area are moving between counties. State forces and contract crews will be mowing roadsides, and crews will be removing litter on some highways as well.
The Hiseville and Cave City Volunteer Fire departments, the Barren County Sheriff’s Office and the Barren-Metcalfe County Emergency Medical Service responded to a house fire along Cap Redford Road on Thursday.
GLASGOW – The Barren County Economic Authority is working on several different leads for a new tenant for the LSC Communications Inc. facility on Donnelley Drive.
GLASGOW — During his daily press conference on Thursday afternoon, Gov. Andy Beshear announced 295 new cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky and eight new deaths. The news brings the state’s total cases to 10,705 and total deaths to 458.
GLASGOW – The Black Lives Matter prayer vigil that took place on Tuesday in front of the Barren County Courthouse was peaceful and attracted between 150 to 200 people.
GLASGOW – Gordmans, a discount store the Barren River Plaza shopping center, is closing its doors due to its parent company, Stage Stores, Inc., volunteering to file bankruptcy.
GLASGOW – The possibility of a tax increase was one item discussed Wednesday by the Barren County Ambulance Service Taxing District’s board of directors.
MAMMOTH CAVE — Mammoth Cave National Park will temporarily close Flint Ridge Road on Friday and the Mammoth Cave Picnic Area from Friday through Sunday to all traffic.
GLASGOW — In his daily press conference on Wednesday afternoon, Gov. Andy Beshear announced 265 new cases of COVID-19 in Kentucky and eight new deaths since Tuesday, which includes the passing of a 9-month-old child.
GLASGOW – A Black Lives Matter prayer vigil took place Tuesday afternoon in front of the Barren County Courthouse.
At 5:01 p.m. Tuesday, the Barren County Sheriff’s Office, the Barren-Metcalfe County Emergency Medical Service and the Hiseville Volunteer Fire Department responded to a wreck with injuries near the intersection of Coral Hill-Halfway Road and Hiseville Road.
The Kentucky State Police Driver Testing Branch announced Tuesday that it will resume permit testing in select counties where the required CDC/Healthy at Work guidelines can be adhered to.
GLASGOW – Public comments are being sought on a concept plan and environmental assessment for improvements to be made to the Houchin Ferry area of Mammoth Cave National Park.
FRANKFORT – Gov. Andy Beshear on Tuesday updated Kentuckians on demonstrations in Louisville and the state’s continuing measures to address the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).
A Black Lives Matter prayer vigil was held in front of the Barren County Courthouse on Tuesday to bring attention to prejudice. In this scene from the vigil, Barren County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences and activist LaToya Drake asked those who turned out for the event to l…
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Sep 7, 1963 - Jun 18, 2020 Johnny Stumph, age 56, passed away Thursday, June 18, 2020 with his mother, Joan Stumph, and Aunt, Mary Catherine Strode. He was a loving brother, son, and uncle. He loved doing carpentry work, antiques, kids, his dogs and was a huge Louisville Cardinal fan. He is …
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