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Chandlers students and staff visit state fair

Posted on August 31, 2015 2:25 PM



Over 130 students, 25 parent volunteers, and 10 faculty and staff members from Chandlers Middle School traveled to Louisville to visit the Kentucky State Fair Friday, Aug. 21. The fair offered many learning opportunities including the “Tour of Counties,” an exhibit featuring the Mag...

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Adairville students Sharpening Their Saws with help of school staff

By Ben Bruni, Assistant Principal

Posted on August 31, 2015 1:18 PM



Now that the school year has kicked off and students, teachers, and parents have gotten adjusted to the rigors of the school day, Adairville School is looking to add a little something extra to the education of its students. As a “Leader in Me School,” Adairville participates in a progra...

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Olmstead students test waters of Whipporwill Creek

By Bonnie Watson, Principal

Posted on August 26, 2015 9:25 PM



At the beginning of each school year, the seventh grade at Olmstead School does a water quality "creek" study in conjunction with the study of ecology. For a few weeks, students study systems, the topography of the land surrounding Whipporwill Creek, and perform numerous experiments in class with ch...

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LCHS launches Microsoft IT program

By Jon Jukes

Posted on August 24, 2015 3:42 PM



Logan County High School is excited to announce the launch of the Microsoft IT Academy program in the school’s Business and Marketing Department, to better equip our students with the real world technology skills needed to thrive in the 21 century economy. LCHS joins more than 15,000 Microsoft...

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Gretchen Burchett graduates from Vanderbilt as a Master of Science

By Jim Turner

Posted on August 22, 2015 9:55 PM



A Logan County native who has done much of her formal schooling in the Nashville area continues to advance in her educational attainments and professional standing. Gretchen Burchett is now ready to become licensed as a family nurse practitioner after graduating with a Master of Science in Nursing ...

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Elmer Jenkins switches to new ag inventory as Agri-Power manager

By Jim Turner

Posted on August 13, 2015 10:51 PM



Elmer Jenkins had a good management position he liked, leading people he considered friends, and working for a company that he respected and was happy to represent. And he gave it all up. Now he has what he believes to be an even better job with a company that he not only respects greatly but with...

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Crittenden Drive Summers Series begins Wednesday

By Jim Turner

Posted on August 3, 2015 2:26 AM



“First Century Examples for Twenty-First Century Christians” is the theme of the 2015 Summer Series at Crittenden Drive Church of Christ in Russellville. Summer closes each year with eight straight Wednesday evening discussions of a chapter/person/truth associated with an overall theme....

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RHS alum Bob Owen to speak to Russellville faculty, staff Wednesday

By Jim Turner

Posted on August 2, 2015 9:33 PM



Author Thomas Wolfe was wrong. You can go home again. Bob Owen will prove that this week. Owen, a 1964 graduate of Russellville High School, is scheduled to be the guest speaker for the Opening Day Program for Russellville faculty and staff this Wednesday morning at Crossroads Church. The day begin...

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