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Oct 22, 2018

Chamber Networking Breakfast set at Auburn Bank

Auburn Banking Company will host a Logan Chamber Networking Breakfast Tuesday from 7:30-8:30 at its Hopkinsville Road location in Russellville. This is part of a celebration of the bank's having a Russellville office for 20 years. Auburn Bank sponsors the Community Calendar on The Logan Journal.



Oct 20, 2018

Airport Open Day Oct. 27

From Cassie Sobey: The Airport Open Day on Oct. 27 will be an aviation fun-filled day, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. 
Available will be remote control jets flying, helicopter rides, jumping castle for the little ones, lots of airplanes on display, and a chance for young enthusiasts between the ages of 8-17 years to fly for no charge with the Young Eagles. This is a free community event, Catering vendors will be on site. Bring your own chairs and share share this wonderful day with us.



Oct 19, 2018

Sol Azteca Auburn ribbon cutting set Saturday

The Logan County Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting during the Grand Opening of the new Auburn location of Sol Azteca restaurant on Saturday. The opening will be from noon to 1 p.m. with the ribbon cutting at 12:30. Sol Azteca is located on Sugar Maple Lane just off U.S. 68-80 on the east side of B&J Auto Sales.



Oct 19, 2018

Farmers' Market open Saturday

The Logan County Farmers' Market will be open Saturday from 7:30 a.m.-noon. Many vegetables are still available, as are pumpkins and gourds. This and next Saturday are the last two days to use Senior Vouchers and WIC Vouchers this season.



Oct 19, 2018

Panthers finish 2nd in district

Russellville made a late comeback Friday after trailing heavily favored visiting Crittenden County 28-0, but fell 28-12 to the Rockets on a rainy Senior Night at Rhea Stadium. Coach Mikie Benton's team finished second in their Class 1A District and will host a first-round game in the playoffs in two weeks.



Oct 19, 2018

Cougars lead Lakers 30-7

Despite playing in the rain and without their regular quarterback, the Logan County Cougars put together a dominant second quarter on the way to a 30-7 halftime lead at Calloway County Friday.  Nate Woodall is quarterbacking the team as Tyler Ezell lets his injured foot recuperate. He completed touchdown passes to Dontavious Blann & Anthony Woodard.  Also scoring touchdowns in the first half were Carson Bradley & Gary Hardy on the ground. Lucas Arevalo kicked a 32-yard field goal and three extra points.



Oct 19, 2018

Funeral services tomorrow for Chief Matthew Humble

Funeral services for Guthrie Police Chief Matthew Humble of Russellville will be conducted Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Walnut Grove Parkside Church in Russellville with Bro. Mike Humble, Janice Humble, Jason Humble and Dr. Brian Humble officiating and burial to follow in the Stevenson Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery. Visitation will be at the church Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until the funeral time. An outstanding athlete at Russellville High School in the late nineties, he was a popular and respected officer wherever he served. Much of the community has been involved in supporting and praying for the Humble family since his inoperable cancer was detected.



Oct 16, 2018

Candidate Forum to be held at Concerned Citizens Saturday

The annual Candidate Forum sponsored by Concerned Citizens of Russellville/Logan Council will be held this Saturday evening at 5 p.m. at the KP Hall at Fifth and Morgan streets in Russellville. All candidates for county office and for Russellville City Council are invited to participate. A panel consisting of both Democrats and Republicans will ask questions. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited and urged to attend.



Oct 15, 2018

Girls soccer region postponed

Opening round games in the Fourth Region Girls Soccer Tournament tonight have been postponed until Tuesday because of heavy rains, host Barren County Athletic Director Warren Cunningham has announced. That means 13th District champion Logan County won't play until Wednesday's semifinals' second game against the first-round winner between Greenwood and Barren County, The championship game is still scheduled for Thursday evening. See more details about both soccer regionals as well as the volleyball regional in a Sports Article on The LoJo.



Oct 14, 2018

Chandler's School Fall Festival set Friday

The Chandler’s School Fall Festival will be Friday, Oct. 19 from 5-7 p.m, with live auction from 7-8 p.m. Games, food, cake walk, Pelican’s Snoballs & inflatables will be offered. The entire community is invited to attend. Auction items can be dropped off at the school office.



Oct 13, 2018

Panthers crush Fulton in Tobacco Bowl

The Russellville Panthers crushed visiting Fulton City 48-8 Saturday in the 2018 version of the Tobacco Bowl to clinch a home field playoff game in the Class 1A playoffs. Quarterback Jacob Naylor complete 6 of 9 passes for 132 yards and 3 touchdowns, all in the first half. Two of the TD passes were to freshman Lennon Ries with the other going to Ryan Flores. Naylor also threw to Edward Barber for 46 yards, Chevis Elliott for 45 yards and Jaquis Todd for11. Coach Mike Benton’s team ran only 13 rushing plays, but picked up 168 yards and 3 touchdowns. Barber gained 53 yards on 3 carries, one of them for a score. Flores ran once for 29 yards and the game’s first TD. Jovari Gamble added the third score as part of his 27 yards. The seventh touchdown came on a 34-yard interception return by Jackson Hampton. Hunter McDowell connected on his first six conversion kicks before missing the seventh. The Panther defense held the Bulldogs to a negative nine yards rushing in the first half.



Oct 12, 2018

Cougars surrender lead, see winning streaks end

The streak has ended! Plagued by penalties and fumbles, the Logan County Cougars surrendered a 10-point lead late in the fourth quarter and fell 21-17 to district champion Madisonville-North Hopkins during Senior Night at LCHS. The Cougars led 17-7 midway through the fourth quarter and Gary Hardy picked up an apparent first down near midfield. But one of the Cougars’ many unnecessary penalties nullified the play. When Coach Todd Adler decided to go for it on fourth down, backfield blocking broke down and Hardy, who ran for over 100 yards, was tackled for a loss. Then Cougar return man Third Bell fumbled the ball away at the Logan six. A little over a minute later, M-NH took the lead. Logan quarterback Tyler Ezell passed for over 200 yards, Chandler Silvey caught six passes, Anthony Woodard made huge plays on both sides of the ball, kicker Luis Arevalo was on target all night, and the Cougars still saw their undefeated streak end at seven games and their consecutive regular season wins top out at 18 games. The loss probably means the Cougars will finish second in the district and have to face defending state champion Franklin-Simpson on the road in the regional semifinals.



Oct 12, 2018

Cougars lead Maroons 17-7 in third quarter

Playing the best team on their schedule on Senior Night, the undefeated Logan County Cougars lead a super Madisonville-North Hardin team 17-7 midway through the third quarter. The Maroons marched 71 yards on their opening possession to take a 7-0 lead that lasted until 2:14 remaining in the half when Logan quarterback Tyler Ezell scored from the one. Luis Arevalo tied the score on the first of his three successful kicks. Ezell completed key passes to Chandler Silvey and Reggie Powell, and a 34-yard run by Gary Hardy contributed to that score. After a Cougar interception by Powell, the Cougars scored again on a 35-yard pass from Ezell to Anthony Woodard. Logan led 14-7 at the half. The Cougars maintained possession for over five minutes to start the second half, culminating in a 34-yard field goal by Arevalo. The game is being carried on all of WRUS’ platforms.



Oct 12, 2018

Schedule of Festival events posted on LoJo

A complete schedule of the final three days of the 2018 Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival can be found on the Auburn Banking Company Community Calendar on The Logan Journal.



Oct 11, 2018

Lady Cougars extend district streaks, dominance

When the Logan County Lady Cougars beat both Todd Central and Franklin-Simpson to win the 13th District Volleyball Tournament Tuesday, eye-popping streaks continued. It was their 16th consecutive district championship, 17th straight regional berth, 118th straight district match won, and 278th consecutive district game won. They have not lost a district championship since 2002, a district match since Aug. 17, 2004 and a district game since Sept. 11, 2004. In fact, they have lost only three games against Russellville, Todd and F-S since the 13th District was created in 2003. Coach Steven Lyne’s team now awaits its regional draw.



Oct 11, 2018

Logan, F-S to meet in both soccer finals tonight

Logan County and Franklin-Simpson will meet in both 13th District Soccer championship matches tonight. Both LCHS teams are 7-0 in district matches this season. Coach Barry McReynolds' Lady Cougars shut out Russellville 7-0 in Tuesday's semifinals. It was the first-ever district match for the Lady Panthers. The Lady Cougars are 11-6 overall. Franklin edged Todd Central 3-2. The Lady Cats are 7-11 overall. That match begins at 5:30 today. Coach Hunt McCollum's Cougars (9-6) beat Todd Central 6-0 Tuesday. Franklin (7-9) ended one of Russellville's best seasons in many years by a 4-0 count. The boys championship match starts at 7:30.



Oct 9, 2018

RHS Alumni Meet and Greet set Friday evening

The annual Russellville Alumni Meet & Greet will be held Friday evening in the lobby of deGraffenried Auditorium. The meeting and greeting will begin at 5 p.m. with the 50-year class of 1968 will be honored at 6. Anyone who attended Russellville Schools and their guests are invited.



Oct 7, 2018

Emergency Services Awareness Event planned Monday


An Emergency Services Awareness Event will be held at the Russellville City Fire Department near McDonald’s in Russellville from 5-7 p.m. Fire trucks, a rescue helicopter and ambulances will be on display. Jax the K-9 will be present along with emergency services personnel. Tours of the fire department will be offered. This is a Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival event.



Oct 5, 2018

Ezell-less Cougars hold on for 10-6 win at Hoptown

Despite a second quarter injury to star quarterback Tyler Ezell, the Logan County Cougars held on for a 10-6 district win at Hopkinsville Friday. The Cougars were leading 7-3 on a 39-yard counter by Maurice Gordon capped by a Lucas Arevalo extra point kick. When Ezell went down, the Cougar offense was stagnant for several possessions but came to life when his backup, Nate Woodall, completed much-needed passes to Anthony Woodard & Jaden Sells. Arevalo built the lead to four on a 41-yard field goal with 3:18 remaining. Caden McKinnis, Ethan Steenbergen & Collier Kempf recorded sacks late in the game, Damon Stephens made a key fumble recoverym and Ethan Haley punted to the Tigers' six-inch line. The Cougars committed some errors and were penalized for them and also for some that Coach Todd Adler doesn't believe were justified. Logan is now 7-0 overall, 2-0 in the district and almost certainly assured a home game to start the playoffs. This was the 18th straight regular season win for Adler and his team.



Sep 29, 2018

Russellville Blood Drive planned Monday afternoon

From Louise Parker: A Russellville Blood Drive will be held on Monday, Oct. 1. We will be back at Sacred Heart Catholic Church from 12-6.  There are still some appointments available during the mid-afternoon hours. You can call 270-725-7241 to schedule an appointment. There is a critical need due to flooding and hurricanes. Hope to see you there!



Sep 28, 2018

Panthers come back from 22-0 deficit to win 23-22

 
In one of the most memorable comebacks in Russellville football history, the Panthers scored 23 points in the final 12 minutes (fourth quarter) and 11 seconds (last play of the third quarter) to break the hearts of visiting Fulton County Friday. Fulton County (4-2) almost never is competitive against RHS, let alone getting a win. The Pilots appeared to be headed toward a blowout before Panther quarterback Jacob Naylor scored on a 23-yard run. He then completed a two-point conversion pass to freshman Lennon Ries. With 7:52 remaining in the third, Naylor completed an 8-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Flores. This time Naylor connected with Devan Kimbrough on another two-pointer. A lost fumble could have done the Panthers in, but the defense held and Naylor threw a 65-yard TD pass to Flores. Then Hunter McDowell kicked the winning point with 3:11 remaining. The defense held with Naylor intercepting the Pilots’ final pass to seal the win. Coach Mikie Benton praised freshman Ben Allen for his play in the game. RHS is now 1-0 in the district and 3-4 overall.



Sep 26, 2018

Top seed at stake in F-S at LCHS in boys soccer

When the Franklin-Simpson boys soccer team visits Logan County Thursday afternoon, the number one seed in the district tournament will be on the line. Coach Hunt McCollum's Cougars are 5-0 in the 13th District and the Wilcats 4-1, following Logan's 2-1 win at Franklin. An F-S win this week, however, would lead to a coin flip. It's important to be the top seed to set up a tournament semifinal match with winless Todd Central. The number two seed will have to play a vastly improved Russellville team which lost 2-1 in overtime to Logan a few days ago and played Franklin close. Todd and Russellville play today, but even if the Rebels upset the Panthers RHS will still be the number three seed.



Sep 26, 2018

Harvest of the Arts exhibits must be submitted this week

From Larry Vaught: A reminder to all of ourartists in the community that we would love for you to share a couple of your favorite creations in our upcoming "Harvest of the Arts" exhibition and art contest which will be coming up this next week! Organizer Chris Holloman will be receiving fine art submissionsThursday and Friday at Russellville High School between the hours of 9 to 4. Fill out an entry form for either High School submissions or for Adult by dropping by the Logan County Chamber to get a printed form. Last year at our reception for all of the artists we had over 40 submissions, which made for a great display and time of recognition of some very talented people...plan to participate this year!



Sep 25, 2018

Auburn earns berth in LCMS Volleyball finals tonight

Second-seeded Olmstead and third-seeded Chandlers will play at 6 p.m. today for the right to meet top-seeded Auburn in the Logan County Middle School Volleyball Tournament championship game, which is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in the Logan County High School Auxiliary Gym. Auburn reached the finals by beating Lewisburg Monday in a semifinals match. The fourth-seeded Rangerettes had eliminated Adairville in a preliminary match earlier in the evening.



Sep 23, 2018

Road work to begin on Bethel Street in Russellville

From the District 3 Highway Department: KY 2146 Bethel St./W 2nd St. in Russellville from KY 3240 extending to KY 3519 - Contract crews will begin milling and paving operations starting Monday night. Major work will be done between the hours of 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.  Another contractor will begin work on traffic signal loops. Motorists should avoid this area if possible. Traffic will be controlled by a one-lane roadway with flaggers. At the other end of KY 3519, it joins U.S. 431 North where crews continue to work on rocking the shoulders to the Muhlenber County line.



Sep 21, 2018

Running clocks in play on Cougars' win, Panthers' loss

A running clock was good news for one team from the Land of Logan in high school football Friday, but not for the other. Logan County led 48-6 at the half over visiting Hopkins County Central. A 36-point margin is needed to keep the scoreboard clock in motion on traditional time stopages. This is the fifth game in the Cougars' six wins that the clock has worked extra fast. Logan, which leads the state Class 4A in scoring and in fewest points allowed, won 68-13.
At Murray, the Russellville Panthers were only behind 31-6 at the half, but Murray gained the running clock at 2:36 in the third quarter at 45-6. The Tigers scored on their first nine possessions to take a 59-12 lead midway through the fourth quarter, which proved to be the final score. The ninth possession came on the return of a fumbled Panther kickoff return.
Logan County is now 6-0, Murray 4-2, Hopkins County Central 3-3 and Russellville 2-4.



Sep 21, 2018

Chamber holding ribbon cutting for Soulful Touch Saturday

A ribbon cutting for Soulful Touch Wellness & Massage will be conducted by the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Saturday morning between 10 and 11. It's located at 252 North Main Street. Suite 2 in Russellville.



Sep 20, 2018

Ribbon cutting set for Logan Primary Care Frieday


The Logan County Chamber of Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting Friday at 12:30 p.m. for Logan Primary Care, which is located at 975 Hopkinsville Road in West Russellville.



Sep 16, 2018

Cougars' Hendricks wins cross country meet

Logan County runner John Hendricks won the Fairgrounds Frenzy 5000-meter run Saturday at the Hardin County Fairgrounds near Elizabethtown. He ran the distance in 17:7.92, 2.3 seconds ahead of Colton Bullington of Warren East. Coach Joe Dan Laster's Cougars finished 11th of 24 teams.



Sep 16, 2018

Darden shines in Toppers' narrow loss at U of L

Former Russellville star Coco Darden played a super game at Louisville Saturday night in the Cardinals' come-from-behind 20-17 win over WKU. Darden, who is the starting nickelback for the Toppers, was credited with a career-high-tying eight tackles, including one for a loss. He returned two U of L kickoffs for WKU totaling 52 yards, including a 37-yarder after Coach Bobby Petrino's team had taken their first lead of the game on a late field goal. The Cardinal quarterbacks refused to throw toward receivers matched against Darden. The narrow loss may well have been the most impressive performance of embattled coach Mike Sanford's lackluster 1.3 coaching career on The Hill so far.



Sep 13, 2018

Decker to fill city council seat

Former Councilman Bill Decker has been appointed to fill a vacant seat on Russellville City Councl for the remainder of 2018. The remaining five members of the council--Jimmy Daveport, Sandra Kinser, Pat Bell, Darlene Gooch and Larry Wilcutt--selected Decker to fill the seat that came open when long-time councilman Jack Whipple submitted his resignation after having missed many meetings this year because of health problems. Decker is not a candidate for the council in the November election. In addition to the five incumbents, candidates are Diane Gilliam Walker, Amy Stafford and Albert Head. Decker last served on the council in 2014.



Sep 12, 2018

Muhlenberg author to speak to Pastfinders Saturday


The Southern Ky Pastfinders will meet Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Logan County Public Library. The speaker this month will be Barry Duvall from Greenville. An author of two books, Duvall is a civil war historian and collector. He is currently working on compiling a publication of soldiers and units from Muhlenburg County. The public is invited, and admission is free, so don't let history be a mystery and come learn with us.



Sep 11, 2018

Chamber Networking hour set at Crabtree Wednesday a.m.

Logan County Chamber of Commerce will hold a membership Networking at Crabtree Furniture just off Carrico Park Square Wednesday morning from 7:30-8:30.



Sep 7, 2018

Cougars led Panthers 41-7 early in 3rd quarter

Russellville put a scare into the fans of host Logan County early in Friday’s Clash of the Cats. Coach Mikie Benton’s Panthers recovered a Cougar fumble at the RHS 8 and went 92 yards for a touchdown, 65 of them coming on a touchdown pass from Jacob Naylor to Lennon Ries. Hunter McDowell’s PAT made it 7-0. From then on it was all Logan in the first half. Tyler Ezell ran for two touchdowns and threw to Anthony Woodard for another. Junior classmate Gary Hardy ran for a pair of scores, and Luis Arevalo kicked five extra points, and Coach Todd Adler’s Cougars led 35-7 at the half. Third Bell’s 46-yard kick return and Zack Yates’ interception return for a touchdown were nullified on blocking penalties. Hardy ran 46 yards for a touchdown at the start of the third quarter to make it 41-7, one score away from a running clock.



Sep 6, 2018

Logan middle softball & football cancelled Thursday

Middle school softball and football games involving Logan County athletes have been cancelled, according to Athletic Director Greg Howard.



Sep 6, 2018

McDonald's renovations to be on display at Chamber ribbon cutting

Results of remodeling and renovation at Russellville's McDonald's location will be on display Friday during a ribbon cutting by the Logan County Chamber of Commerce. The event is scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. with the actual ribbon snipping scheduled for 12:30.



Sep 5, 2018

Minority parent member still needed for LCHS SBDM

Per KRS 160.345, LCHS parents will need to elect a minority parent member to the SBDM Council for the 2018-19 school year to comply with minority representation requirements. The vacancy is open to any minority parent/guardian/etc. who currently has a child attending LCHS. The nominations are due to David Dayton. Principal Caycee Spears announced Wednesday that no nomination was received by the deadline and the application date has been moved to this Friday. Contact Dayton or Spears for details.



Sep 4, 2018

Panthers shut out Falcons 7-0 in All A regional

Hunter McDowell & Jesus Zamarripa led Russellville to an impressive 7-0 win over Monroe County in the Fourth Region Boys Soccer Tournament as part of the All A Classic Monday. McDowell earned nine points on his season resume by scoring three goals and adding three assists. Freshman Avery Flener scored two goals while Milo Brooks & Dustin Brown added one each. Roy Flores contributed an assist. Clinton County defeated Todd Central 7-1 in the other regional match.



Sep 4, 2018

Swine show and sale set today at Logan Ag Arena

The Logan County 4-H and FFA Swine Show and Sale will be held today at the Ag Arena on the campus of the Logan County Extension Office. See the attached flier for details of the long-anticipated event, beginning at 2 p.m. and going into the night.



Aug 31, 2018

Cougars & Panthers win home games

The Russellville Panthers and Logan County Cougars both won home football games Friday night as they preapre for next week's Clash of the Cats. Coach Todd Adler's Cougars ran their record to 3-0 with a 46-0 win over Breckingridge County. It also marked the third straight running-clock on the mercy rule. The Cougars built a 39-0 lead at the half with a safety as time expired. Logan is averaging wins of 53-3... Russellville built a 14-0 lead on passes by Jacob Naylor to Ryan Flores totaling 132 yards. Hunter McDowell kic
d what proved to be the winning field goal in the second quarter.



Aug 29, 2018

Adairville Playground Volunteer Day set Sept. 22

A Volunteer Day has been scheduled by the Adairville PTO for "sprucing up" the school playground. Volunteers are needed for painting and cleaning up the playground on Saturday, Sept. 22, beginning at 9 a.m.



Aug 28, 2018

WRUS 65 years old today

 
Sixty-five years ago today—Aug. 28, 1953—a grand experiment came to Russellville when WRUS radio (610 AM) went on the air for the first time. A few years later, WRUS FM was added to make it easier for listeners to hear broadcasts for a greater distance, especially at night. On Aug. 28, 2018, the AM station remains in the same location and with the same commitment to service for the people of Logan County. The FM station has been known as WRUS FM, KQ101, and WBVR (The Beaver). It even disappeared for a few years. Now, however, WRUS FM is back on the air at 94.1, and is again strengthening the AM simulcast throughout the county. Watch The LoJo for more history of WRUS’ 65 years of serving the Land of Logan.
 



Aug 27, 2018

One of holes on Square filled in Monday


One of the craters which have long plagued the east end of Carrico Park Square in Russellville was filled in and covered with dirt and gravel Monday. Both corners of East Fourth Street have been deeply vacant for almost a year since the former locations of Duncan's Drug Store, the Bank of Southern Kentucky and Helen's Dress Shop were razed with the promise of two hotels coming in their place. Word now is that only one hotel is planed in the immediate future and that the former Perry's Drug Store location which stood for decades next to Duncan's has also been purchased by developer Deborah Hirsh and is scheduled for demolition. The filled-in site is on the south side of East Fourth where the bank previously stood.



Aug 27, 2018

Primitive Campground scheduled for second weekend of October


The annual Primitive Camp Meeting and Rendezvous will be held at the Red River Meetinghouse at 3008 Schochoh Road outside Adairville Oct. 12-14. This celebrates the beginning of The Great Awakening in America, which originated in part at the Meetinghouse. It includes camping, primitive crafts, demonstrations, seminars and religious services. Coy’s BBQ on Wheels will have food available. For more information visit the website at www.rrmh.org or contact Tom Ruley at 270-586-7632.



Aug 26, 2018

SES 5th Grade Band needs donation of instruments, funds

From Carol Kersteins: 58 of the 77 students in the 5th grade at Stevenson Elementary have joined the band. With the students in the 6th grade at R21C, we have over 100 students who want to participate. We don't have enough instruments - what a great problem to have! If you have an instrument sitting in your attic, garage, closet, or tucked away somewhere else, please consider donating it to the Russellville Elementary Band program. Mr. Trevor Cardwell is working diligently with students, sharing instruments as best he can. Monetary donations to the RIS band program are tax deductible, and would be greatly appreciated. You can drop off at RHS, SES, or the Central Office. Checks should be made to Russellville Band. Mailing address is Trevor Cardwell, Russellville High School, 1101 W. 9th St. Russellville, KY 42276.



Aug 24, 2018

Panthers lead Falcons 21-0

The first win for Mikie Benton as head football coach of his alma mater, Russellville, appears about to happen. According to Diane Walker, the Panthers are ahead 21-0 of the Fort Campbell Falcons early in the third quarter at the army base. The game can be heard via recording on WRUS (610 AM/94.1 FM) Saturday at 2 p.m.



Aug 24, 2018

Cougars lead by 23 at half

The Logan County offense is ruling the football field at Muhlenberg County tonight. With Tyler Ezell hitting Anthony Woodard on a 34-yard touchdown pass as time expired and Lucas Arevalo kicking his fifth extra point, this one a 34-yard extra pointer a celebration penalty, the Cougars lead 35-12 at the half. Ezell has also run for a touchdown and hit Chandler Silvey with a touchdown pass on fourth down. Gary Hardy & Dontavious Blann have run for touchdowns. The defense struggled early, but Nate Woodall, Harrison Wilson and Collier Kempf made big plays to stop the Mustangs on potential scoring plays. According to Andy & Zack Woodall of WRUS, the Cougars had 327 yards of total offense at the half and the Mustangs 133.



Aug 23, 2018

Jack Whippple resigns from Council

The Russellville City Council accepted the resignation of long-time Councilman Jack Whipple at its meeting Tuesday. Whipple, who is in his mid-70s, has been in failing health recently and has spent the last few months in an assisted living facility in East Tennessee, acording to a long-tim friend. Whipple has been among the nucleus of the council members for several years. He often finished near the top of the vote count. He has also served as president of Russellville Little League and president of the Russellville Optimist Club.



Aug 22, 2018

Russellville Alumni to hold planning meeting Monday

A meeting of the Russellville Alumni Association will be held at 5 p.m. on Aug. 27 in the Board Room in the Central Office on Summer Street, which older alumni know as "the old auditorium." The subject will be planning the events for its annual Meet and Greet during the Tobacco & Heritage Festival and Alumni Weekend. Dues of $20 can be paid at the meeting for new members or the fee can be sent to P.O. Box 582, Russellville 42276.
 



Aug 22, 2018

Minority parent member needed for LCHS SBDM

From Logan County High Principal Caycee Spears: Per KRS 160.345, LCHS parents will need to elect a minority parent member to the SBDM Council for the 2018-19 school year to comply with minority representation requirements. The vacancy is open to any minority parent/guardian/etc. who currently has a child attending LCHS. The nominations are due to David Dayton by Friday, Aug. 31 at 3 p.m. The subsequent election of a minority parent member will be Wednesday, Sept. 5 in the front office from 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Parents will also be able to vote that day by emailing Mr. Dayton (david.dayton@logan.kyschools.us). Please contact the school (270.726.8454) for a nomination form or if you need more information. 
 
 


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