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Shoot for the Cure Classic | Butler drought proves costly; S. Oldham wins

Jan 15, 2012 • Louisville Male High School
The Butler High School girls’ basketball team went exactly eight minutes without a point in the second half and South Oldham pulled away to a 49-35 win Saturday afternoon in the Shoot for the Cure Classic at Male High School. Butler (11-6) only trailed 26-24 after Bearette Taylor More

7th Grade Girls pick up win over Trojans

Dec 2, 2011 • by Bryan Priddy • South Warren Middle School
Thursday, Dec. 1 @ Barren County More

8th Boys reach semifinals in Barren Tourney

Nov 21, 2011 • by Bryan Priddy • South Warren Middle School
Saturday, November 19th @ Barren County     More

Pannell Swim Shop/KHSAA Swimming and Diving Championships Live On iHigh.Com

Mar 2, 2010 • Kentucky High School Athletic Association
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Gov. Beshear Announces Funding For Design Of Replacement Bridge In Glasgow

Oct 30, 2014 • WBKO
The bridge is between Roseville Road's intersections with Hilltopper Way and Trojan Trail, which together provide access to the Glasgow campus of Western Kentucky University and to Barren County High School and Barren County Middle School. More

WKU honors Glasgow high school students

Oct 28, 2014 • Bowling Green Daily News
Western Kentucky University recently honored 49 students from four Glasgow area high schools for their academic achievements. ... Barren County High School: Denise Avila, Makayle Botts, Katy Bridges, James Bruton, Jonathan Bunnell, Mikayla Carter ... More

Kentucky Department of Education picks Barren County High School student for ...

Oct 18, 2014 • Glasgow Daily Times
This is the second year that Barren County High School student Deanie Pedigo, 16, of Glasgow, has been on the Kentucky Department of Education Next-Generation Student Advisory Council. The 11-student council provides input to Kentucky Commissioner ... More

Barren County Schools, Glasgow Independent Schools receive assessment scores

Oct 3, 2014 • Glasgow Daily Times
According to Kentucky Department of Education assessments, Glasgow High School has been designated a School of Distinction for the second year in a row. KDE has released the 2013-14 Unbridled Learning College/Career-Readiness for All Assessment ... More

Beshear 'confident' in Democrat control

Oct 31, 2014 • Bowling Green Daily News
GLASGOW — Gov. Steve Beshear said Thursday he is “confident” Democrats will maintain control of the Kentucky House of Representatives after the General Election. “We've got great candidates running. I think our incumbents will do well, and I think our ... More

BCHS runners fare well; Jessee qualifies for state

Nov 3, 2014 • Glasgow Daily Times
By finishing eighth overall, Jessee earned all-region honors and a spot in Saturday's state meet at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. “Leah has run very competitively all season as a seventh-grader,” Reed said, “and we're hoping to run near 21 ... More

Beshear Says GOP Control of House Would Set Kentucky Back to "19th Century"

Oct 30, 2014 • WKU Public Radio
Control of the Kentucky House is up for grabs Tuesday, Nov. 4, when commonwealth voters go to ... After the announcement in the Barren County High School Auditorium, Beshear was asked how he thought a GOP-led House would impact the state. “If people ... More


Nov 2, 2014 • Bowling Green Daily News
Whitney is a 2002 graduate of Barren County High School. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Western Kentucky University in 2006. She also earned her Master of Arts degree in administrative dynamics from WKU in 2009. She is the ... More


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