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LCHS recognizes seniors with 2020 yard signs

By Jon Jukes

Posted on April 24, 2020 6:08 PM



  In a year that has come to be known for its many uncertainties, one thing that remains constant-- the love and spirit of the Logan County Cougar Nation. This was once again made evident last week with the faculty being dispersed throughout the county to put up signs honoring the Class of 202...

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Creekwood holding drive-in/thru prayer service Friday

By Tammy Tinsley

Posted on April 23, 2020 5:19 PM



  Creekwood Nursing and Rehab Center is inviting the community to join together Friday afternoon in a drive-in/thru prayer vigil in support of our residents and staff. We greatly appreciate the love and kindness the community has shown us thus far, but we are asking for prayer warriors as we...

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WKU and Med Center converting scuba masks into healthcare gear

By Mary Bidwell

Posted on April 16, 2020 12:06 PM



  Dr. Greg Arbuckle, Interim Dean of WKU's Ogden College of Science & Engineering, has been working to turn scuba masks into personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers. Dr. Hugh Sims approached Arbuckle about this project in late March. Sims, an ENT-otolaryngologist at the...

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Video being created to observe Child Abuse Month

Posted on April 15, 2020 1:37 PM



  The Logan County Office of Child and Family Services is creating a video to virtually celebrate National Child Abuse Awareness Month. The hope is to produce a video showing everyone wearing blue, holding a pinwheel, displaying a blue ribbon, or posing with a sign of #childabuseawareness, #te...

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Logan's Mark Wetton has been isolated in China for over two months

By Jim Turner

Posted on April 4, 2020 7:49 PM



If I have a motto/credo/manifesto, it’s “there’s always a Logan County Connection.” That simple belief has carried me through almost a half century of community journalism. It was driven home big time Saturday when The Courier-Journal of Louisville published a local intere...

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Logan County High School joins UK Dual Credit Program

Posted on April 1, 2020 9:50 AM



  Digital technology will be putting a new perspective on courses for Logan County High School students this fall. The school was selected for the University of Kentucky’s new dual credit program. Taught by both high school teachers and UK professors, the program allows students to earn ...

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