Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Truth About Hiram Hudson

On the old Charles Wininger farm, which comprised many acres on the hills surrounding Beaver Creek, west-northwest of Glasgow, there was once a beautiful view of the Beaver Creek Valley and the woodlands that surrounded it. The farm kept in … Continue reading

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The Hallowed Murray Picnic Grounds

This excerpt was taken from the Sunday edition of the Glasgow Daily Times, November 14, 1965. “The hallowed Murray picnic grounds were located about 4 miles out of town, a skip and a hop off the Bowling Green Road, near … Continue reading

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The Saltpetre Cave

Saltpetre Cave is the largest cavern in the eastern part of the county.It is located in a limestone cliff about a half-mile west of Temple Hill. It was discovered prior to 1811. Mr. Franklin Gorin stated in his “Times of … Continue reading

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