A coal miner killed in Gibson County is remembered through a softball scholarship fund. The 1st annual Jarred Ashmore memorial co-ed softball tournament was held in Slaughters, Kentucky. The scholarship was put together in memory of Ashmore. He was the youngest of the Frontier-Kemper employees killed august 10th at the Gibson county coal mines. Organizer Amanda Dale was a friend of jarred. She says the event is really rewarding for those who knew him. Teams paid more than 150 dollars to participate in todays event. Local business also contributed more than two-thousand dollars to the scholarship fund.