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Jan 18, 2017

Adairville & Auburn approve legalized liquor sales

From WRUS News: Both Adairville and Auburn voted to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages within their city limits today, in special elections. In Adairville, there were 108 "yes" votes, to 34 "no" votes. In Auburn, there were 168 "yes" votes and 83 "no" votes. City councils in both cities will have to draw up and enact ordinances governing the sales before they begin.



Jan 17, 2017

Lady Cougars dominate second half, beat Butler County

After trailing by 12 points in the first half, the Logan County Lady Cougars overwhelmed visiting Butler County in the second half Tuesday. Coach Brian Bivens' Lady Bears led 16-8 and 27-21 at the first two stops. Logan scored 11 of the game's first 12 points in the third quarter with seniors Jessica Hines and Logan Williamson leading the way. The home team got big plays from Abi Lindsey, Sarah Beth Hales, Kennedy Nichols, Ann-Meguiar Bouldin and Brittany Garrett late in the game. Hines finished with 19 points and Williamson scored Logan's last five points on the way to 13. Lindsey had trouble getting layups to fall, but she got those shots because of her defense and steals. Maddy Murphy scored 21 points for the Lady Bears but the next highest total was 7 by Aubry Hall. Kasidy Graham kept her team in contention with a 3-pointer late in the third quarter. After a slow start on the season, Coach Finley Baird's Lady Cougars have won four of six games in 2017.



Jan 15, 2017

RHS teams to host Clinton County Monday in All A Classic

The Russellville Lady Panthers and Panthers will play host to Clinton County Monday in the first-round of the All A Classic regional tournament. Athletic Director Calvin Head says the girls game will tip off at 5 p.m. with the boys to follow. Tickets are $5 and RHS season passes will not be accepted for these games.



Jan 14, 2017

Unbelievably slow start dooms Panthers

The Russellville boys got off to an horrendous start Friday as Jaylyn McMurry drew his second foul in the first two minutes, and visiting Franklin-Simpson won big. The final score was 79-57, but F-S led 18-3 and 41-13 at the first two starts. The Panthers cut the margin to 11 with 2:05, but Coach Dee Spencer’s Wildcats dominated those last two minutes. Tavin Lovan hit all 10 of his free throws on the way to 32 points for Franklin. Fellow McDonald’s All America nominee Pedro Bradshaw of RHS scored 26. Center Dakota Thomas hit three 3s on the way to 11 points for F-S with Trey Radcliffe scoring 13. McMurry scored 11 for the Panthers. Usually high-scoring sophomore guard Jacob Naylor hit Russellville’s first goal but didn’t score again. 



Jan 13, 2017

Lady Cougars lone winner among Land of Logan teams

Coach Finley Baird’s Logan County Lady Cougars were the only winning team from the Land of Logan Friday in a pair of district doubleheaders. Senior Jessica Hines scored 13 points while classmate Logan Williamson had 7 points and a pile of assists in the Logan girls’ 73-56 win at Todd Central. Carlie Alvis also scored 7. Twelve Lady Cougars scored. Alexis O’Daniel of Todd was the game’s leading scorer with 20. Also scoring for Logan were Peyton Vanzant, Ann-Meguiar Bouldin, Jamica Key, Abi Lindsey, Brittany Garrett, Kennedy Nichols, Blayke Bingham, Jessica Woodward, and Sarah Beth Hales. 

 



Jan 12, 2017

Cougars to play before Lady Cougars at Todd Friday

Todd Central High School has decided that the usual order of basketball games will be reversed Friday with the Rebels' district game with visiting Logan County to be played first at 6 p.m. The girls game will be played second. Both games along with Russellville's home games against Franklin-Simpson will be aired in parts on 610 WRUS and its website.



Jan 12, 2017

McDonald's All-American nominees to duel at RHS Friday

Two of the top-rated players in both the Fourth Region and Kentucky will go against each other Friday night at Russellville's Jim Young Gymnasium. Franklin-Simpson's Tavin Lovan and Russellville's Pedro Bradshaw added to their credentials this week by being named McDonald's All American nominees. The list of 720 nominees will be reduced to 24 All Americans during an announcement to be televised on ESPNU this Sunday at 9:30 p.m. Russellville will entertain both Franklin teams Friday, with the girls game to begin at 6 p.m. The annual RHS Football chili supper will be held from 5:15-6:45 in the RHS cafeteria. Chili, hot dogs, chips, crackers, drinks and desserts will be available. Donations will be accepted. Modern Woodman Agent Donald Bibb is the sponsor, as always.



Jan 12, 2017

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Jubilee and Celebration sponsored the Russellville-Logan County NAACP will be held this Saturday, Jan. 14, at 9 a.m. in the K of P Hall, Fifth and Morgan streets, in Russellville. According to NAACPPresident William Woodard, the program speaker will be Pastor Brian S. Hogg of Alpha Baptist Church of Franklin. Breakfast will be served for a donation of $7 at the door. The public is welcome.



Jan 11, 2017

Smith credits mayor for Clash being played on time

Russellville Superintendent Leon Smith wrote this to Russellville Mayor Mark Stratton: "On behalf of our district: While you were at home sick, you contacted me to see if there was anything your staff could do to help clear our high school parking lot for the Clash of the Cats. Coach John Myers said the salt we had was working but not very fast. Your street department came in and spread calcium chloride that worked great and provided the melt needed to play our game on Friday night.  We were the only basketball game in the 4th Region who were able to play our games on Friday."



Jan 10, 2017

Ricky Heflin newest Auburn Councilman

Ricky Heflin is Auburn's newest councilman. The long-time John Deere parts manager in Russellville was chosen by the four council members who were elected in November--Steve Montgomery, Bobby Price, Claude Tisdale and Rex Evans--at the January council meeting Monday. A special meeting will be called soon to name the sixth council member. Only four people sought the office last year. Ricky and Darlene Heflin moved to Auburn a few years ago.



Jan 8, 2017

Jordan Blick college signing moved to Thursday

The signing ceremony for Russellville's Jordan Blick to play baseball for Campbellsville University was postponed Friday because of weather. Athletic Director Calvin Head has announced that it has been rescheduled for this Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the school library.



Jan 6, 2017

Panthers win Cat Clash by 10

The anticipated blowout didn't happen but the Russellville Panthers beat Logan County 75-65 in the boys Clash of the Cats at RHS Friday. With sophomore Kelby Epley leading the way, Logan cut a 14-point RHS first-half lead to one. Epley, who scored 22 points, hit a 3-pointer to start the fourth quarter, reducing the Panther led to 51-50. Then Jacob Naylor  hit a shot while falling backwards and Jaylyn McMurry hit a couple of athletic shots to give Coach Phil Todd's team breathing room. Pedro Bradshaw scored 29 points, 17 coming in the first half and 9 in the fourth quarter, for the winnners. Naylor added 16 and McMurry 14. The Panthers got things going right when Micah Naylor took control of the ball. Austin Rayno scored 11, Mykal Hampton 8, and Lorenzo Garcia 7 for the Cougars.



Jan 6, 2017

Lady Cougars win Clash 62-55

The Russellville Lady Panthers cut a 14-point halftime deficit to 5 late in the game, but Coach Finley Baird’s Logan County Lady Cougars held on for their second district win Friday at RHS, winning 62-55. Seniors Jessica Hines, Logan Williamson & Ann-Meguiar Bouldin made significant contributions late in the game for the winners, as did freshman Paige Vanzant. Hines finished with 19 pints, Abbi Lindsey 14 and Williamson 10. Lindsey scored 11 points in the first quarter. Vanzant got all 6 of her points in the fourth quarter, and Bouldin hit a pair of free throws late in the game. For RHS, Deshala Leblanc rose to the occasion in the continued absence of the injured Loreal Cheaney with 26 points and Gabbi Poirier scored all 10 of her points in the fourth quarter. Twelve Lady Cougars played in the win.



Jan 6, 2017

Head says Cat Clashes will be played tonight

The Clash of the Cats will be held at Russellville High School tonight, RHS Athletic Director Calvin Head has announced. The girls game begins at 6 p.m., followed by the Hall of Fame induction, and the boys game. Games will be aired on WRUS.



Jan 6, 2017

Clash tonight still on for now

From Russellville Athletic Director Calvin Head: As of now the Russellville vs. Logan County game is still on. Final decision will be made by 2 p.m. or a little before. We are wanting to make sure campus will be safe and clear of ice. Stay tuned.



Jan 5, 2017

Crews working on district highways

From Wes Watt of KTC: Crews have been battling snowy conditions following a winter weather system that moved into the district early this evening. The system dumped heavy snow in a small amount of time leaving most roads in the district partially or completely covered with snow. Crews pretreated the roads yesterday and this morning to prepare for the event. When the system moved into the area crews mobilized in to action on the roadways. As of 9 p.m. many of the main routes, including Interstate 65, are showing great improvement. Many of the rural routes are still covered and crews are working as fast as they can to treat them. There have been reports of vehicles sliding off the roadway and minor crashes at intersections. No big crashes have been reported as of now. 

 



Jan 5, 2017

Death claims Julie Guion Steele

Russellville native Julie Guion Steele died in Salisbury, N.C. Wednesday after a long illness. A 1971 graduate of Russellville High School, she was the daughter of Joyce Guion and the late Bob Guion of Russellville. Among her survivors are her husband Dr. Robert Steele, her daughter Andi Steele Orr, her infant grandson Anderson Steele Orr, her sisters Carol Switzer and Janice Threlkeld, and her brother, Andy Guion. For a complete obituary, go to http://www.summersettfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Julia-Steele-3/#!/Obituary



Jan 5, 2017

Local schools, SKYCTC closed Friday

Russellville and Logan County schools are closed Friday because of winter weather, according to Russellville Superintendent Leon Smith and the Logan County schools website. All campuses of Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College are also closed. There's no word yet on whether the Clash of the Cats will be played at RHS Friday or not.



Jan 4, 2017

Russellville students can get free admission to Clash

From Athletic Director Calvin Head: The Russellville High School Athletic Department will offer free admission to Friday night's ball game for RHS and RMS students between the times of 5:30 and 5:45. Students must be in black and gold attire and must sit in the student section. Head's Lady Panthers and Coach Phil Todd's Panthers entertain Logan County in the first Clash of the Cats for this school year, beginning at 6 p.m.



Jan 1, 2017

Jordan Blick to sign with Campbellsville baseball

Jordan Blick, a four-year starting pitcher and infielder for the Russellville Panthers, will sign to play baseball for Campbellsville University this Friday at 3:30 p.m.. The signing will take place in the RHS Library, according to Athletic Director Calvin Head. Blick has also been the starting tight end, punter, and placekick holder for Panther football. Blake Crabtree is the Panther baseball coach.



Dec 29, 2016

Death claims former Russellville City Clerk Billy Bibb

Long-time Russellville City Clerk Billy Bibb died Wednesday at age 92. He had been a policeman and a fireman for the city before becoming the top aide to multiple mayors. His funeral will be held Monday morning at Second Baptist Church where he had been a deacon.



Dec 20, 2016

Lady Cougars fall by 3 in tournament

Statistics are not yet available, but the Logan County Lady Cougars dropped a 3-point decision to Bullitt Central (49-46) in the R.W. Williams Classic at LaRue County High School Tuesday. Coach Finley Baird's team will play Union County, which lost 54-47 to host LaRue Tuesday. Tipoff is scheduled at 3:30 p.m. Logan time.



Dec 20, 2016

Cheaney named regional player of week

Russellville Lady Panther Senior basketball player Loreal Cheaney was voted player of the week after her outstanding performance against district opponent Todd County. Cheaney recorded a triple double with 24 points, 15 rebounds, and 10 steals while leading the Lady Panthers to a victory. The award is sponsored by Bowling Green Oak Tree Awards. Oak Tree presents weekly Player of the Week awards for both male and female athletes in the Fourth Region along with Edmonson County and Butler County of the Third Region.



Dec 16, 2016

Cougars get district win by beating Todd 76-67

The Logan County Cougars hit six 3-pointers in the third quarter to turn a close game into an LCHS district win Friday against visting Todd Central by a 76-67 count. Ethan Smock hit a pair of 3-pointers and a drive late in the third quarter on the way to 18 points. Brett Wooden and Kelby Epley joined Smock in couble figures, and John Mark Page hit 5 of 6 free throws and got some key rebounds late in the game. Defense against Todd's big men by Robert Dancer & Caden  McKinnis helped immensely. Third Bell & Lorenzo Garcia  each scored 8. Mykal Hampton, Austin Rayno, & TerVareus Bowens also scored in the win. Clayte Weathers hit a pair of treys and scored all the points as Coach Frank Johnson's Rebels jumped out to an 8-0 lead before Wooden came in to turn the momentum Logan's way. John Calvary scored 13 points in the second half on the way to 21. Nolan Barrow had 13 points, Weathers 12 and Travay Henry 8 in the loss.



Dec 16, 2016

Auburn Christmas Home Tour set Sunday

The Auburn Historical Society’s Annual Christmas Tour of Homes will be held Sunday, featuring houses that are not only beautiful but also historic. Homeowners who are opening their doors for the public are Ben & Katina Kemplin (12345 Bowling Green Road), Freddy & Helen Jordan (5359 Middleton Rd.) and Tommy & Emily Hayes (729 Montgomery Rd.) The Auburn Museum and Village, featuring the chapel, cabin, jail and school house, will also be open. Tickets for the tour, which will run from 2-5 p.m., are $10 and can be purchased at the museum, 438 West Main Street. Each ticket purchased is good for a 15 percent reduction on a meal at Federal Grove Bed & Breakfast.



Dec 16, 2016

Choral concert canceled because of weather forecast

From Larry Vaught: To all of our friends of music...due to the possibility of hazardous icy roads... We are CANCELING the joint choral concert with the Logan County High School Choir, the All County/ City Elementary Chorus, and the Lewisburg Ranger Chorus, which was scheduled for this Sunday. Merry Christmas to all...and planning to make more beautiful music as we ring in a New Year of 2017.



Dec 13, 2016

Cougars' Saturday games moved to South Warren

From Logan County Athletic Director Greg Howard: The boys Freshman, JV, and Varsity basketball games that were originally scheduled to be played here at LCHS against South Warren this Saturday, will now be played at South Warren. Freshman game will start at 2 p.m. Sorry for any inconvenience.



Dec 13, 2016

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Dec 12, 2016

Joe Sparks named to Russellville school board

From Russellville Superintendent Leon Smith: "Russellville Independent Schools received notification from Commissioner Stephen Pruitt on Monday, that Mr. Joseph Sparks has been appointed to fill the open board position created by the death of Mr. David Corbin. Mr. Sparks will fill out the term until 2018. The appointment is effective Jan. 1. We welcome Mr. Sparks to the board as we work together to serve our students!  Every Child, Every Day!" 



Dec 9, 2016

Panthers overwhelm district rival Todd

Russellville fans have grown accustomed to running clocks in football, and they continued that trend in the first week of the basketball season Friday. Coach Phil Todd's team built a running clock in the third quarter and romped past visiting district opponent Todd Central 77-39 to complete a girl-boy RHS sweep. Pedro Bradshaw & Elijah Kemp each scored 16 points for the Panthers with Jaylyn McMurry adding 14 and the Naylor brothers, Micah & Jacob, getting 8 each. Nolan Barrow led Todd with 16 points and Kyle Harris added 10.



Dec 9, 2016

Lady Panthers edge Todd for district win

The Russellville Lady Panthers dodged a bullet Friday and secured a district win for Coach Calvin Head against his alma mater. Led by Gabbi Poirier, the Lady Panthers scored the last 14 points of the first half to take a 25-20 lead over visiting Todd Central. Bailey Conqest scored the first five points of the third quarter to tie the game, but Victoria Day scored, Loreal Cheaney hit a layup on an assist by Carleigh Phillips, and Cheaney hit two rebound shots to end the quarter at 38-30 RHS. That eight-point lead was intact when Michaela Robertson hit two straight shots for Coach Steven McGhee's team began a comback. Sarianna Allen hit a key shot for the home team, which would be their last field goal of the game. Robertson and Alexis O'Daniel each hit a pair of free throws, and the Lady Rebels had a chance to win when Cheaney missed the front end of the bonus with 8.7 seconds left. Todd got off two shots but missed both, and Russellville won 48-47. Cheaney scored half of the points with 24, and Poirier added 9.



Dec 9, 2016

RHS basketball season tickets on sale

The Russellville High School Athletic Department is offering basketball season passes. This will be good for all home regular season basketball games. Passes are $40 each. They can be purchased at the school. They will be available at the door of tonight's doublheader with Todd Central. 



Dec 8, 2016

Farmers' Market Bazaar to be at Extension Office next 2 days

The Logan County Farmers' Market Bazaar will be held at the Extension Office Friday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and Friday from 9-2. Vendors will be Farmers' Market vendors from this summer and fall who will be showing and selling crafts, soaps, foods, Christmas decorations, jewelry and clothing. Many of the crafts and foods will be made from items grown on vendors' farms. Soups will be available free for customers.



Dec 7, 2016

Panthers' balanced attack too much for East

Sophomore Jacob Naylor led four Panthers in double figures Tuesday as Russellville beat visiting Warren East 71-53. Naylor scored 19, Belmont-signee Pedro Bradshaw 18, Shon Kees 14, and Jaylyn McMurry 11. Bradshaw hit 7 of 10 free throws, while adding 14 rebounds 8 assists. Kees hit 7 of his 8 field goal attempts and was 3 for 3 from the line. Bryson Wallace led the Raiders with 11 points while Adante Barber & Patrick Satterfield added 8 each.



Dec 7, 2016

RHS collecting books to send home with students for reading pleasure

The Russellville High School library and book club are sponsoring a book drive for Christmas. The goal is to collect via donations at least 600 books (used or new) so that each student in grades 6-12 goes home with a book for Christmas. People are asked to box up as many books as they are willing to donate and drop them off at in the library. The book drive ends Monday, Dec. 12. Books will be distributed to students on Thursday and Friday, December 15-16. For more information, contact Bethanie Hargett-Slack or Lauren Fynboe at Russellville High School. 



Dec 6, 2016

deGraffenried Chorale to present free Christmas celebration Sunday

The deGraffenried Chorale will present “A Carol Celebration” on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 2:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Temple, 395 South Main Street in Russellville. Mary Beth Dowden, chorale director, and Susan Fox, accompanist, along with chorale members invite everyone to this free event to celebrate the season of Christmas. Guest musicians will be Shelly Burgess, cello, and Tom O’Kelley, percussion.



Dec 5, 2016

Auburn Christmas Parade Sunday to honor heroes

Auburn’s Christmas Parade of Heroes will be held this Sunday, Dec. 11, beginning at 2 p.m. The City of Auburn will “celebrate, recognize and honor” all veterans, law enforcement, EMS, firefighters and other civil service workers.  A decorated float contest will be held. Preregistration of those who will be in the parade is appreciated. A registration tent will also be set up at football field. For more information, contact Sarah Moore at 270-542-4149, Extension 202.



Dec 4, 2016

Lady Panthers offering pork chop meal Friday before Todd twinbill

From Russellville Girls Basketball Coach Calvin Head: The RHS Lady Panther Basketball Team will host a Pork Chop Supper this Friday, Dec. 9, in the RHS Cafeteria from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are $6 and the meal includes pork chop, baked beans, cole slaw, and a drink. The supper is sponsored by Modern Woodmen of America and Managing Partner Sonya Cardwell. Tickets can be purchased from any Lady Panther basketball player or coach. Please come out and support this fundraising effort and after the meal you can join the excitement in the gym as both the Panthers and Lady Panthers will host Todd County Central for the first district game of the year!



Dec 4, 2016

Kailee Moore to play v-ball for Brescia

Logan County Lady Cougar Kailee Moore will sign her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball and attend Brescia University starting Fall of 2017. The signing will be held in the LCHS Library on Thursday, Dec. 8 at 3:45 p.m. Coach Steven Lyne's team won the district championship all four years she was in high school.



Dec 3, 2016

Logan cheerleaders win region

Logan County High School's cheerleaders won the regional championship Saturday, according to Athletic Director Greg Howard. The squad is coached by Jessie Meguiar Creech. Members of the squad are Jordan Hall, Jewel Dowlen, Alyssa Gilliam, Tiara Boisseau, Tyra Boisseau, Mikayla Strode, Jillian Long, Allyah Townsend, Cora Brooks, Rylee Warden, Hope Dodson, Ginny Edwards, Sam Vaughn, Braiden Baptiste, Lexi Chick, Aerius Biggs, Kile Todd, Monica Hines, Cassidy Jernigan, Leah Goodwin and Emily Travis.



Dec 1, 2016

Schochoh Christmas Parade set Sunday

It's time for one of the most popular events of each year in Logan County. The 27th Schochoh Community Center's Christmas Parade on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 2 p.m. with the theme "Small Town Christmas." There will be free BBQ after the parade along with an auction. T-Shirts will be available to purchase! Vendors are welcome to set up a booth in front of the Community Center. The annual Christmas celebration at nearby Red River Meeting House will be held in the late afternoon. For more information, contact Jennifer Moore at 270-772-1245. 



Nov 30, 2016

Stevenson's Chapel offering Christmas Thrift Store Saturday

Stevenson's Chapel United Methodist Church at 1125 Stevenson's Chapel Road will have a Christmas Thrift Store this Saturday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. There will be toys, clothes, household items, books, and other items for very low prices. All proceeds from the sale will go to the Logan County Center for Teens



Nov 29, 2016

Darden featured in Daily News story

Former Russellville High School multi-sport standout Tacorian 'CoCo' Darden is the subject of a story on the front page of the Sports Section of the Bowling Green Daily News tonight. A redshirt freshman, Darden missed the first nine games of the WKU football season after undergoing surgery in Philadelphiafor what Coach Jeff Brohm calls a "fairly severe groin injury." Darden has responded with two interceptions in consecutive games going into Saturday's Conference USA championship game against Louisiana Tech Saturday. Reporter Brad Stephens quotes Brohm as speaking favorably of Darden at the Hilltoppers' weekly media luncheon Monday.



Nov 29, 2016

Portion of one BG road still closed from Monday wind damage

 A section of KY 2158 Cumberland Trace Road in Bowling Green will remain closed overnight and into tomorrow. It has not been determined when the roadway will open to traffic and an update will be sent out tomorrow when a more detailed timeline is available. The roadway was closed to thru traffic between KY 234 Cemetery Road and Wagon Trail Monday night after powerful winds knocked down multiple utility poles and wires onto the roadway. It was estimated between 9 and 14 poles were knocked down. Bowling Green Municipal Utility (BGMU) crews worked most of the night and all day today to repair the damage.



Nov 26, 2016

Darden helps Tops trounce Marshall for berth in championship game

For the second straight game, Russellville's CoCo Darden has intercepted a pass to help the WKU Hilltoppers win a conference game. Darden, a redshirt freshman from Russellville who was state Class A Player of the Year in 2014, picked off a Marshall pass late in the game Saturday night, setting up Western's final touchdown in a 60-6 win over the Thundering Herd. As a result, Coach Jeff Brohm's team not only captured first place in Conference USA's East Division and earned home field advantage in the conference championship game next week. See a preview story on The LoJo at http://www.theloganjournal.com/Stories.aspx?Article=sports889 



Nov 26, 2016

Bloodmobile visit Monday moved to Extension Office

The Red Cross Bloodmobile visit to Russellville Monday has been moved to the Logan County Extension Office, according to Louise Parker. It will run from noon to 6 p.m.



Nov 25, 2016

Beechwood ends 12-2 Panther season

The final outcome was never in doubt in the second half Friday as the Beechwood Tigers beat the visiting Russellville Panthers 35-0. Coach John Myers' team finished 12-2 and was in Class 1A's Final Four for the second straight season. The Panthers went 23-5 over the past two years.



Nov 25, 2016

Panthers trail 14-0 at half

After playing almost 18 minutes of scoreless football, the Beechwood Tigers scored 14 points in about four minutes to take a 14-0 lead over visiting Russellville Friday in the state Class 1A semifinals. Those two scores were aided considerably by four penalties committed by the Panthers during that stretch for a total of 50 yards. Then Beechwood built that lead to 21-0 on an 86-yard kickoff return to start the second half.



Nov 23, 2016

Panther bus to navigate downtown Russellville on way to state semifinals

From Jennifer Myers: The Russellville football team will depart RHS for their semifinal match against Beechwood at approximately 10 a.m. Friday. Their route will take them by Walgreens and the new FSNB location, then east on 4th Street past the courthouse and through the square. Fans are asked to step outside and wave the team on, as the Panthers are going for a win that will put them in the state championship game next Friday at WKU. Thanks for your support! GO PANTHERS!!! 



Nov 23, 2016

Crittenden Drive to serve, deliver Thanksgiving dinner today

One of the biggest church outreaches of each year in Logan County happens again today when Crittenden Drive Church of Christ holds its Thanksgiving Dinner. Everyone is welcome to come for a free meal from 4:30-6:30 p.m., which will be served in the Multi-Purpose Room on the Clarksville Road side of the building. Also a thousand or more meals will be delivered to those who can't get to the church building. Call 270-726-6583 to request delivery. Deliveries will begin at 1 p.m. A worship service will begin at 7 p.m. and all are invited. Bethany Church of Christ members always play a big role in making the event a success.


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