Horse Cave, KY

3 Jefferson Countians indicted in Barren organized crime syndicate

GLASGOW — A young trio from Jefferson County was indicted last month by a Barren County grand jury in connection a string of organized crime and theft in Barren County. Lucky Frank B. Russell, 19, Momo Kpehe, 21, and Nolan S. Pate, 19, all of Louisville, were indicted on similar charges including engaging in organized crime and theft.
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Brad Bailey, former Barren County PVA, dies at 58

GLASGOW — Brad Bailey, a former property valuation administrator, died Tuesday. Bailey served as the Barren County Property Valuation Administrator for 16 years. He was a Barren County native born in the Red Cross community. He graduated from Barren County High and the University of Kentucky. He also held...
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Glasgow Police gains perfect score on safety, liability review

GLASGOW — Keeping the community safe is a priority for the Glasgow Police Department, but doing it well is another. The department received earlier this month news it scored 100 percent on its Safety and Liability Review. Glasgow Police employees a department of officers used to accountability. It’s woven...
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2 Caneyville men accused of stealing possibly thousands of dollars worth of items from Clarkson storage units

Two Caneyville men have been charged with stealing dozens of items worth possibly thousands of dollars from Clarkson storage units. The lengthy investigation, involving the Clarkson and Leitchfield Police Departments, Grayson County Sheriff’s Office, Constable Mark Stanton, and Kentucky State Police, resulted in the arrest of 31-year-old Trenton D. Logsdon and 37-year-old Andrew J. Oller.

Obituary: Kenneth Raymond ‘Kenny’ Fletcher, 73, Bardstown

Kenneth Raymond “Kenny” Fletcher, 73, of Bardstown, died Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022, at U.K. Bluegrass Hospice Care with his family by his side. He was born Dec. 3, 1948, in New Haven to the late, Raymond Douglas and Mary Virgina “Midge” Essex Fletcher. He was a...

Nathalie (Nan) Ann Dearman

On Friday, January 14, 2022 the world became a little darker as the bright light that emanated from Nathalie (Nan) Ann Dearman of Glasgow, KY was no more. Nan was born on November 7, 1943 in Windsor Locks, Connecticut to William Seymour Gray Jr. and Audrey Marie Clark Gray. She received her bachelor’s degree from Bridgewater State College in 1965 and her Master’s in Education from the University of Mississippi in 1971.

Ruth Autumn Brown (Updated)

Ruth Autumn Brown, age 70, of Munfordville, KY, passed away Sunday, January 16, 2022, at Medical Center at Bowling Green in Bowling Green, KY. She was a native of Hart County and a member of the First Baptist Church of Horse Cave. She was the daughter of the late William...

Mobile home fire ousts family early Wednesday

GLASGOW — Dorothy Wood had just left home Wednesday morning before a fiery blaze erupted inside it. The mobile home along Smiley Court caught fire Wednesday morning. Units from Glasgow Fire responded to the fire just after 7:20 a.m. Two units responded alongside police and EMS crews. click below...

T.J. Regional Health announces scholarship opportunity

GLASGOW, Ky. (WBKO) - T.J. Regional Health has launched a new scholarship opportunity for area high school seniors who are planning to pursue degrees and careers in healthcare or healthcare related fields. Through the new T.J. Educational Scholarship Program, three $2,000 scholarships will be awarded this March. The application process...

Several file for Barren Fiscal Court, Glasgow gains mayoral candidate

GLASGOW — The Barren County Clerk’s Office continues to assist candidates in their pursuit of filing for office ahead of this year’s primary election. A host of new candidates has filed since last Friday. Glasgow gained another mayor candidate among other filings. Keith “Rolaid” Rowlett filed to...

Glasgow Schools to utilize NTI days for remainder of week

GLASGOW — Beginning Thursday, Jan. 20, all schools in the Glasgow Independent School District will be closed to in-person learning. The announcement came around 3:30 Wednesdayafternoon via Facebook and Twitter that all Glasgow Schools will be utilizing NTI days for the remainder of the school week. Tara Martin, Glasgow’s...

FEMA updates schedules for six mobile recovery centers

Since the Dec. 10 tornadoes struck Western Kentucky, FEMA and the Commonwealth of Kentucky have established 18 Disaster Recovery Centers in affected areas of the region. Six of those 18 centers are operating with new schedules. Here are the centers that will be operating from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (local time) on the advertised days.

Wendell Raymond Mosby

Wendell Raymond Mosby, age 77, of Edmonton, passed away Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at Norton’s Audubon Hospital in Louisville. Born November 29, 1943 in Glasgow, KY he was a son of the late Ruth (Jarvis) and Raymond “Punch” Mosby. He was the husband of 56 years of Suzanne Devore Mosby.

Jimmy Roger Dickerson

Jimmy Roger Dickerson, 79 of Smiths Grove passed peacefully on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 surrounded by family at Greenview Regional Hospital. The Warren County native was a son of the late Otis and Eva Bratton Dickerson. Jimmy was a member, deacon and Sunday School teacher at Shiloh General Baptist Church. He enjoyed playing and singing gospel and bluegrass music all around the country. Jimmy was an auto parts manager for Leachman Motors, Napa and Martin Oldsmobile Cadillac.

T.J Regional Health launches Educational Scholarship Program

GLASGOW — A new scholarship opportunity is available to students in area high schools who plan to pursue a career in healthcare. Through the new T.J. Educational Scholarship Program, three $2,000 scholarships will be awarded this March. The application process is fully online at, and the deadline for submissions is 4 p.m. on Monday, March 14, 2022.
Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer

New water plant to be completed this spring

Officials announced this month that the city of Leitchfield’s new water treatment plant, currently under construction, is expected to be completed this spring. Larry Cann, a Grayson County native who served as the engineer for the project, was invited by Leitchfield Mayor Rick Embry to provide an update on the construction during the Grayson County Chamber of Commerce’s January membership luncheon held last Thursday.

Tammy Diane Letner Minton

Tammy Diane Letner Minton, age 55, of Horse Cave, KY, passed away Sunday, January 16, 2022, at T. J. Samson Community Hospital in Glasgow, KY. She was a member of the The Way Church. She enjoyed spending time with family, dancing and camping at the lake. She was the daughter...

FEMA, SBA deadlines approach for disaster recovery assistance

CAVE CITY — The Small Business Administration and Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Disaster and Business Recovery Centers are slated to reopen Thursday in Barren County. The Small Business Administration and Federal Emergency Management Agency continues to assist those impacted by recent inclement weather that brought tornadoes and other...

Bowling Green man killed in I-65 crash

A Bowling Green man was killed in a rear-end collision Sunday afternoon on Interstate 65 near Munfordville. Kentucky State Police investigated and say it happened about 1 p.m., when a vehicle driven by 28-year old Martin Mutabazi of Bowling Green rear-ended a tractor-trailer operated by a Wisconsin man. Mutabazi was...