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Oct 28, 2021

Greenwood ends Lady Cougar v-ball season

Regionally second-rated Greenwood beat third-rated Logan County 3-0 in the Fourth Region Volleyball semifinals at Russellville High School Tuesday. The game were close with the Lady Gators winning 25-19, 25-19, 25-23. Coach Caleb Sheffield's Lady Cougars finished with a 25-14 record.



Oct 27, 2021

Lady Cougars' v-ball regional semifinals match could start early

Logan County and Greenwood are scheduled to begin their regional volleyball semifinals match at 8 p.m. today at Russellville High School, but LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard warns that the first game may start as early as 7:30 if the opening match ends quickly. The teams met two weeks ago with the second-rated (RPI) winning 3-1. It was very close. The Lady Cougars won the first set 26-24 and the Lady Gators took the last one 29-27.



Oct 27, 2021

Naylor's fiance a WKU homecoming queen candidate

Abi Canter, the fiancé of Russellville’s Jacob Naylor, is one of the candidates for WKU Homecoming Queen. The queen will be crowned at Saturday’s football game. From Shelbyville, Tenn., she is a Corporate and Organizational Communication major with a minor in Psychological Studies and is sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi, Farmhouse and Alpha Tau Omega. Earlier this year she was crowned Mountain Laurel Queen in Eastern Kentucky by Gov. Andy Beshear after being named WKU’s candidate for one of the state’s longest-running honors. Naylor is one of the most productive athletes ever at RHS.



Oct 27, 2021

Hospital moves Trick or Treat to Monday

From Logan Memorial Hospital: Due to a high chance of rain, our drive-thru Trunk or Treat has been rescheduled to Monday, Nov. 1 from 5:30-7:30 p.m..



Oct 26, 2021

Russellville Schools to make up two COVID days next week

Makeup days for those missed during Russellville Schools’ closure for COVID purposes in early September are as follows: Nov. 1, Nov. 2, Feb. 18, Feb. 21, and March 18. School will now be IN SESSION on these days.



Oct 26, 2021

Lady Cougars romp in regional volleyball opener

Logan County doubled the score on Russell County 75-37 Tuesday to advance to the semifinals of the Fourth Region Volleyball Tournament being played at Russellville High School. Coach Caleb Sheffield’s team won three games to none by scores of 25-10, 25-13 and 25-14. Coach Steven Lyne’s Todd Central Lady Rebels fell to regional favorite Bowling Green 25-11, 25-14, 25-15 Monday. The Lady Cougars are expected to play Greenwood Wednesday in the semifinals at RHS. The time has not yet been announced.



Oct 25, 2021

Final week for Farmers' Market begins Tuesday

The final week of the five-month run of the Logan County Farmers' Market is here. The market will be open Tuesday from 3-6 p.m. and Saturday from 7:30 a.m.-noon. These will also be the final times to redeem Senior Vouchers for this year. Customers will find tomatoes, potatoes, apples, sweet potatoes, okra, turnips and turnip greens, beans and peas, butternut squash and spaghetti squash, pumpkins and gourds, and mums. The market is located in the pavilion behind the Logan County Extension Office.



Oct 22, 2021

Cougars up big on way to district sweep

The Logan County Cougars lead Calloway County 27-0 in the second quarter in a game that will complete Coach Todd Adler's team's sweep of Class 4A Region I, District 1 opponents in the regular season. One of the touchdowns has been run by Ryan Rayno, who missed most of the Clash of the Cats last week with an early injury.



Oct 22, 2021

Panthers lead Rockets 6-0 at half

Russellville's defense held homestanding Crittenden County to a mere 12 yards total offense in the first half, but the Panthers lead the Rockets only 7-0 at the intermission. The touchdown came on a 7-yard run by Javori Gamble midway through the second quarter, aided by the blocking of Braxton Baptiste and Josh ToddDustin Brown kicked the extra point. The Rockets threatened to score late in the half, but Ben Allen made a big sack, and Jackson Hampton intercepted a pass at the 5-yard line to preserve the first-half shutout.



Oct 22, 2021

Lady Cougars draw Russell County in regional opener

The 13th District Champion Logan County Volleyball Team (24-13 overall, 8-5 region) will open 4th Region play Tuesday at host Russellville High School. The regionally third-ranked Lady Cougars (.56816 RPI) will play 16th District runner-up Russell County (10-17, 8-6, .46993) at 6 p.m. The winner will face the Greenwood vs. Allen County-Scottsville survivor Wednesday. Greenwood is regionally second-ranked. 13th District runner-up Todd Central will play the region’s top-ranked team, Bowling Green, Monday at 8 p.m. at RHS.



Oct 22, 2021

Cougars and Panthers can wrap up home fields tonight

The Logan County Cougars and Russellville Panthers can wrap up top seeds and home field advantage in the KHSAA football playoffs with wins tonight. The Logan County Cougars (6-2 overall, 3-0 district) will entertain Calloway County (3-6, 1-2) at Cougar Field. The Kentucky High School Athletic Association's RPI ratings lists the state fifth-ranked Cougars at .59133 and 23rd-rated Calloway .45463 in Class 4A. Junior Pro players will be honored before the game... The state's top-ranked Class 1A team, Russellville (7-1, 1-0), is headed to 16th-rated Crittenden County (4-4, 1-0). The Panthers' RPI is an impressive .76516 while the Rockets are at .55245. Fulton County is the only other team in their district. The RHS game will be aired live on WRUS with pregame talk beginning at 6:30. A recorded description of the Cougars' game will air on WRUS Saturday, beginning at 1:05 p.m.



Oct 20, 2021

Lady Cougars keep district title streak alive

Tuesday, the Lady Cougar volleyball team brought home another 13th District Championship by downing host Todd County (25-21), (25-23), (19-25), (25-18). The Lady Cougars will now move on to the 4th Region Tournament next week at Russellville High School. The tournament draw will be held Friday morning and the regional brackets will be announced at that time. Logan County had four players selected to the All-Season Team; Sloan Coursey, Haley Wood, Aubrey Sears, Caroline Kelley.



Oct 20, 2021

Fall Fest set Saturday at RMS

Fall Fest for Russellville Schools students through eighth grade will be held this Saturday, Oct. 23, at the sports facilities near Russellville Middle School. It’s for Russellville Primary Academy, Stevenson Elementary School, and RMS students. Free admission includes a hayride, bonfire, kickball tournament, silent auction, costume contest and talent show. Those who want to purchase a $5 wrist band can play games with prizes, get their face painted, and gain access to bouncers, slides and a haunted house. Preregistration is required to be in the talent show.



Oct 19, 2021

Chamber plans Christmas Open House in Russellville

Christmas Open House for downtown Russellville merchants is Sunday, Nov. 21, from 1-5 p.m. Businesses in downtown Russellville will be decorated for the season and open to the public for Christmas shopping with door prizes and refreshments for the public. A program with a list of all participating businesses and map will be provided to the public on this day. The Logan County Chamber of Commerce is coordinating the event. Businesses which want to be included should contact the Chamber. 



Oct 10, 2021

Lady Cougars romp on road to regional semis

Winning their 15th match of the season, the Logan County Lady Cougars crushed Glasgow 10-0 Sunday in the first round of the regional tournament at Bowling Green Junior High. Now Coach Barry McReynolds' team will go against traditional power Bowling Green (14-4-2) in the semifinals Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Purples are ranked first in the region and the Lady Cougars fourth.



Oct 10, 2021

Lady Cougars, Panthers open regional soccer play today

Two excellent local teams begin regional soccer play Sunday afternoon. The 13th District champion Logan County Lady Cougars (14-3-1) will take on Glasgow (3-7) at 3 p.m. at Bowling Green Junior High. The boys runner-up Russellville Panthers (16-6-1) will also play a Glasgow team (12-7-1) at 5:30 p.m. at South Warren High School. Winning teams move on to Wednesday's semifinals. The finals will be Thursday.



Oct 8, 2021

Cougars dominate 4th quarter, move to 3-0 in district

Senior Wyatt Blake scored two touchdowns in the first two minutes of the fourth quarter and then returned a punt 45 yards to set up Ryan Rayno's 14-yard clinching touchdown as the Logan County Cougars turned a 13-10 deficit into a 31-13 district win at Madisonville-North Hopkins Friday. Blake had thrown a 52-yard pass to set up a successful field goal by Mattia Glubilato in the first quarter and punted 55 yards to the N-NH 4-yard line late in the third quarter. Zane Batten caught five passes for 67 yards, some of them clutch in the Cougars maintaining possession. Quarterback Davin Yates accounted for over 100 yards total offense and also made an interception. Freshman JuVontre Dillard scored a touchdown to give the Cougars their first lead of the game at 10-7. Coach Todd Adler's Cougars--now 6-1 overall and 3-0 in their Class 4A district--will play Russellville (also 6-1) in the Clash of the Cats next Friday at Rhea Stadium.



Oct 7, 2021

Dozen local soccer players honored

Russellville and Logan County each had six soccer players named All-District for their performances in regular season play. For RHS, they are Emily Stapleton, Anastasia Dowlen, Aliyah Kennedy, Avery Flener, Dustin Brown & Milo Brooks. For LCHS, they are Brady Alsup, Kadyn Costello, Addie Corder, Linnea Pitts, Andy Katz & Daniels Dawson. The Lady Cougars and Panthers are scheduled to play in 13th District championship matches today at RHS.



Oct 6, 2021

Lady Rebels edge RHS 1-0 in district

Todd Central edged Russellville 1-0 in the 13th District Girls Soccer Tournament Tuesday. Madison Henderson scored the match’s only goal on an assist by Melanie Chamberlaine . Goalkeeper Samantha Case turned away all eight Lady Panther shots on goal. Coach Victoria Bankston’s Lady Rebels will now take on Logan County at 5 p.m. Thursday at RHS. Coach Barry McReynolds’ Lady Cougars have beaten Todd twice, each by 2-0 scores. Both finalists will go on to region. Coach Eric Evans’ Lady Panthers finished a strong season with a 14-7-2 record and outscored their opponents 55-34.



Oct 6, 2021

Panthers beat Rebels, reach district soccer finals

From Russellville boys soccer coach Jeramy Rust: Improved our record Tuesday night to 16-5-1 and secured a trip to the 4th Region Tournament with a tough win against Todd County in our opening game of the 13th District Tournament. We will take on Franklin-Simpson Thursday at 7 for the championship. Scoring were Dustin Brown, 2 goals and 1 assist; Avery Flener with 1 goal and 2 assists; Dalton Gilbert with 1 goal and Samuel Cruz with 1 assist. Nick Bollenbecker had 10 saves and 2 allowed. Great game tonight from the whole team. Everyone pack the stands Thursday and cheer the guys on to another win.



Oct 6, 2021

Auburn Fall Festival Oct. 29

The Auburn Fall Festival will be held Friday, Oct. 29, beginning at 4 p.m. at Auburn's McCutchen-Coke Park. Trunk or Treat style games will be held from 4-6 p.m. with a live auction to follow. Several food trucks are scheduled to be present.



Oct 6, 2021

RHS Meet and Greet to honor two classes

The annual Russellville High School Alumni/Friends Meet & Greet will be held this Friday, beginning at 5 p.m. in the socially-distanced lobby and gymnasium at RHS. Since this could not be held last year, both the classes of 1970 and ’71 will be honored observing 50 years since their graduation. That part of the program will begin at 6 p.m. Panther souvenirs, refreshments and a photo backdrop will be provided along with entertainment from the Marching Panther Band. The event is free.



Oct 6, 2021

Trick or Treat moved to Oct. 30

Logan County and the cities within have all elected to move Trick or Treat times to Saturday, Oct. 30. They are as follows: Adairville 4:30-7 p.m.; Auburn 5-7:30; Lewisburg 5-8' Russellville and unincorporated areas of the county. 5-7.


 



Oct 4, 2021

Logan Farmers' Market Tuesday only this week

Only one session of the Logan County Farmers' Market will be held this week. It will be Tuesday from 3-6 p.m. in the pavilion behind the Extension Office. Most summer vegetables are still available (with the exception of corn and melons), and lots of fall items can be found, including pumpkins and sweet potatoes. The market is always closed on Parade Day of the Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival. Three more full weeks of the Farmers' Market will resume next Tuesday.



Oct 4, 2021

Lady Cougars advance as Costello sets scoring record

From Logan County Coach Barry McReynolds: "Congratulations to our Girls Soccer team for advancing to the district championship game with a 5-0 win over Franklin Simpson tonight. Also big congratulations are in order for Kadyn Costello, as she set the new school record for most goals in a single season." The Lady Cougars will play Tuesday's Russellville-Todd Central winner in Thursday's finals at Elkton.



Oct 3, 2021

District soccer tournaments begin Thursday

The 13th District Soccer Tournaments begin Monday at the Russellville High School Field. Both of Monday’s matches involve Logan County and Franklin-Simpson. The top-seeded Lady Cougars play F-S at 5 with the number one Wildcats facing Logan’s boys at 7. On Tuesday the second-seeded Russellville teams meet Todd Central in both divisions. Championship games are scheduled Thursday. See the accompanying graphic for more details.



Oct 3, 2021

Bettye Benton named Festival Grand Marshal

Bettye Finch Benton has been named Grand Marshal of the Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival Parade, which will be held Saturday morning in downtown Russellville. She retired this spring after 54 years working as a nurse at Logan Memorial Hospital and its predecessor, Logan Countany Hospital. Among her relatives are her son, Russellville head football coach Mike Benton, and a brother, Danny Finch, who has served for decades as an Adairville city councilman.



Sep 30, 2021

Representatives Petrie and Riley meet with superintendents

Among legislators meeting with school leaders at the  Kentucky Association of School Superintendents meeting recently were Jason Petrie, who represents Logan and Todd counties, and Steve Riley of Barren County, who is the son of the late Auburn native Jean Drake Riley and retired Logan County teacher Douglas Riley. Superintendents Paul Mullins of Logan County and Larry Begley of Russellville joined their peers in discussing legislative concerns with the politicians. Also shown in the photo are representatives Brandon Reed and Ed Massey.



Sep 29, 2021



Sep 29, 2021

Harper won't seek fifth term as clerk

Logan County Court Clerk Scottie Harper announced at Tuesday's meeting of Logan Fiscal Court that he will not seek a fifth term in that office. He was elected upon the retirement of long-time clerk Kenny Chapman in 2006. He didn't give a reason for his decision. He will serve the remainder of his term, which runs through 2022, the year when county offices are up for elections. The filing deadline is about three months away. Earlier long-time County Judge-Executive Logan Chick had told the court that he will not seek another term and will retire. All of this is according to WRUS News.



Sep 27, 2021

RHS Class of 1971 plans reunion at Festival

From David Guion: It's not too late! The Russellville High School Class of 1971 will be celebrating their 50th class reunion on Oct. 9 after the Tobacco & Heritage Festival. You can still sign up by contacting David at 270-779-1521. Time is running out!



Sep 26, 2021

Full week of sports ahead

This week is crammed full of high school sports acitivities involviling Logan County and Russellville teams. See a list of them along with times and places on the Roy's B-B-Que Sports Calendar inside The LoJo.



Sep 24, 2021

Panthers earn running clock at Barren County

The Russellville Panthers ran their sparkling season record to 5-1 Friday with a 43-7 win at Barren County, a school with hundreds more students than RHS. Athletic Director Ryan Davenport says the Panthers scored on their first two offensive plays, one of them a 50-yard pass from Lennon Ries to Anthony ‘Rooster’ Woodard. The lead moved to 28-7 in the first quarter via Chevis Elliott interception return for a touchdown. The running clock came with 10:43 remaining in the game. A recorded description of the game can be heard on all the WRUS platforms Saturday beginning at 1:05 p.m.



Sep 24, 2021

Cougars score late to beat Hoptown 13-12

Davin Yates-to-Wyatt Blake 4th down 49-yard touchdown pass with 1:15 remaining in the game and then two missed field goal attempts by Hopkinsville with no time showing on the clock highlighted a 13-12 win by the Logan County Cougars Friday at the Stadium of Champions. The Cougar defense played hard and well all night with Cade Johnson and Elijah Hawkins being especially impressive. Ryan Rayno ran for 101 yards in the game, and Jack Delaney made a clutch catch that kept the winning drive alive. Star Cougar kicker Mattia Glubilato wasn't available to kick in the second half because of being injured trying to make a tackle. The Cougars are now 4-1 overall and 1-0 in their Class 4A district.



Sep 23, 2021

Logan Middle Girls Basketball tryouts set

Tryouts for the Logan County Girls Middle School Basketball team will be held Oct. 18 and 19th from 5-7 p.m. at the Chandlers School gym. Those trying out must have a current Sports Physical statement with them. They must wear their own athletic clothing and bring their own water bottle. For more information, contact Lady Cougar head coach Dedra Adler at 270-847-7789.



Sep 19, 2021

Lewisburg church celebrating 150 years

Members and former members of the Lewisburg Cumberland Presbyterian Church are celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the church today with a special service and fellowship meal. Bro. Fred Polacek is the speaker.



Sep 17, 2021

Panther soccer to host Aces in All A sectional Saturday

From Russellville boys soccer coach Jeramy Rust: After a slow start we got things going and downed the Trigg County Wildcats 4-1 Thursday to improve our record to 10-3-1 on the season. Avery Flener (2 goals), Dustin Brown (1 goal, 2 assists), Dalton Gilbert (1 goal, 1 assist), Jeremiah Smith (1assist), and goalkeeper Nick Bollenbecker (7 saves, 1 allowed). We have Owensboro Catholic Saturday morning at 11 with a trip to Frankfort for the Elite 8 of the All "A" Classic on the line. Everyone please come out cheer loud for these guys; they deserve to have the stands packed.



Sep 17, 2021

Panthers shutting out Franklin at halftime

The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats had to punt the first three times they had the ball tonight, and visiting Russellville took advantage each time to build a 21-0 lead. After Chevis Elliott intercepted a pass in the end zone to end the first half, the Panthers are still leading 21-0 at the break. Coach Mikie Benton's team scored on long runs by Javori Gamble & Jaquis Todd along with a 55-yard halfback pass from Rooster Woodard to Jackson Hampton. The Panthers held the Wildcats to 80 yards total offense in the half.



Sep 15, 2021

Services to be held at RHS for 'Johnny C'

From Imani Hampton Beard: "Funeral services for Jonathan Cage will be Saturday, Sept. 18, at Russellville High School in the auditorium. Visitation will be from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The service will start at 1 p.m. The family is asking that everyone wear black & gold. Any food donations for the repast will need to taken to the American Legion. For more info, please pm."
See more information about the former RHS Panther football great in a News Brief below.



Sep 14, 2021

COVID takes life of RHS football great Jonathan Cage

One of Russellville's most outstanding football players has died. Travez Hampton says his uncle, Jonathan 'Johnny C' Cage, died from COVID. Cage was the leading rusher on Russellville's great state champion 1983 team coached by Ken Barrett. He was first team all-state on both offense and defense. He was part of the Panthers' super backfield that included quarterback Andy Woodall and running backs/blockers Clay Parrish & Rodney Gordon. Logan Journal editor Jim Turner once described the speedster as a "racecar wearing cleats."



Sep 11, 2021

Lady Panthers reach All A regional soccer family

From Russellville Athletic Director Ryan Davenport: RHS Girls Soccer defeats Todd County 2-1 and advance to the 4th Region All "A" Championship game at 6 tonight in Elkton. Goals were scored by Emily Stapleton and Jermani Morris.



Sep 11, 2021

Flener leads Panthers back to reach All A regional finals

From Russellville Athletic Director Ryan Davenport: Down 4-0 in the first half, the RHS Boy's soccer team stormed back to defeat the Todd County Rebels 7-5. Avery Flener scored seven goals in the win to put his career total at 109 goals scored. Russellville advances to the 4th Region All "A" Championship game against Glasgow this afternoon.



Sep 10, 2021

Panthers dominate East in second half of 41-7 win

After a sluggish first half, the Russellville Panthers dominated the third quarter on the way to a 41-7 win at Warren East's Homecoming Friday. Jovari Gamble had an awesome offensive game, rushing for three touchdowns and catching a screen pass from Lennon Ries into a 62-yard score. He rushed 13 times for 158 yards and caught 2 passes for 70 yards. Ries threw a 25-yard TD pass to Josh McMurry for another touchdown. Dustin Brown kicked 5 extra points. Chevis Elliott intercepted 3 Raider passes and Jaquis Todd picked off another. Fifth-year senior transfer Braxton Baptiste was all over the field on defense and Gamble's lead blocker on offense.



Sep 10, 2021

Cougar field goal with 1:13 proves to be winner over F-S

A 16-play, 66-yard drive ended on a 20-yard field goal by Mattia Glubitato to give the Logan County Cougars (3-0) a 29-27 win over visiting Franklin-Simpson (1-3) Friday. A 2-yard run by Omar Harrison had given the Wildcats a 27-26 lead in the middle of the fourth quarter before the winning drive. Quarterback Davin Yates had scored two touchdowns, one of them on a 96-yard interception return. Ryan Rayno's run had given the Cougars a 13-7 lead, but F-S quarterback Luke Richardson led his team to a go-ahead score with 4 seconds remaining in the half. Wyatt Blake scored on a touchdown pass by Yates. The Cougar defense shut the Wildcats down on a final, last-gasp possession to end the game. A recording of the game can be heard on WRUS at 1:05 p.m. Saturday.



Sep 10, 2021

Flener scores 4 goals to lead win, set record

Scoring four goals in his team’s 11-1 win over Allen County-Scottsville Thursday, senior Avery Flener became Russellville Soccer’s all-time leading career scorer. His 102 goals total surpasses the 98 Hall of Famer Nathan Thompson scored at the end of the 20th century. Dalton Gilbert scored two goals with Samuel Cruz, Cameron Lewis, Taylor Gwynette, Milo Brooks & Dustin Brown adding one each. Lazaro Lopez and Akshar Patel joined Brown with two assists each. The win ran the Panthers’ record to 7-2-1.



Sep 9, 2021

Family decides to postpone memorial service for Marcia Fuqua

During his regular weekly appearance on WRUS' Feedback Thursday, Justice William G. Fuqua announced that his family has decided to postpone the planned memorial service for his late wife Marcia. Bill and Marcia Fuqua made their home in his hometown of Russellville for most of their 65 years of marriage, where both have been active in a wide range of civic activities. Mrs. Fuqua, 87, died at their home on Aug. 20. A memorial service was planned for Saturday, Sept. 18, but Judge Fuqua said he and their three grown children decided Wednesday to postpone the service because of the resurgence of the COVID pandemic and health/travel issues of some of their relatives. A new date has not yet been set.



Sep 8, 2021

Bill Webb's cousin among today's Hall of Fame inductees

When Major League Baseball inducts the newest members of its Hall of Fame today in Cooperstown, there will be a Logan County Connection: Former St. Louis catcher Ted Simmons was chosen for the Hall by the Veterans Committee. He is the cousin of Dr. Bill Webb of Russellville. Also to be inducted are former players Derek Jeter of the Yankees and Larry Walker of the Expos and Rockies along with the late players' union head Marvin Miller. The induction ceremony can be seen live at 12:30 p.m. on the MLB Network.



Sep 8, 2021

Murray State Music honors Kaylee Silvey

Murray State University's Music Department posted this picture and note about Russellville High School graduate Kaylee Silvey: We love to celebrate the success of our graduates! Kaylee Silvey graduated in May of 2021 and was hired this fall by the Carlisle County Schools to teach music at Carlilsle Middle School. Congrats on the job, Kaylee!



Sep 8, 2021

Logan Middle Softball beats Bowling Green 15-6

After some tough losses over the last couple weeks, Logan County Middle School Softball recorded an impressive 15-6 win over Bowling Green,. The team as a total had 15 hits. Sydney Newman, Reese Wetton, Caris Taylor, Kallie Taylor, and Anne Owen had multiple hits. Sydney Newman led the team with three hits in four at bats. Owen was the winning pitcher, surrendering six runs on ten hits over five innings, striking out five and walking zero. Coach Victoria Cates says, "The win was definitely a confidence booster for the team and prepared us to get ready for our district games this week against Franklin-Simpson and Russellville."



Sep 6, 2021

Funeral services today for real estate broker Bobby Blackford

Funeral services will be held today for real estate broker Robert L. Blackford at Summers and Son Funeral Home. The Auburn area native built a large real estate business headquartered in Russellville but active in multiple states. He was a bigger-than-life figure with his booming voice and outgoing personality. He was a talented auctioneer and his business centered around fast-paced auctions that were streamed live often in his latter years. He often donated his talents to conducting fund-raising auctions for local non-profits. He was espcially associated with Russellville Rural Fire Department and the Adairville Strawberry Festival. His obituary appears on the Logan Journal.


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