February 2016 Articles
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Chandlers fifth graders create living wax museum

Posted on February 29, 2016 8:23 PM



Students at Chandlers School in Ms. Casi Bright’s, Mrs. Brianna Scott’s, and Mr. Zach Simpson’s fifth grade classes recently participated in a living wax museum. Students were able to choose a famous person in history to portray. This activity required students to identify signif...

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Beta Quick Recall team headed to nationals

Posted on February 24, 2016 11:36 PM



Thirty-two students from Russellville Middle School, along with about a dozen parents and sponsors Andrew McLean and Lauren Fynboe, traveled to Louisville for the Kentucky State Jr. Beta Convention on February 17-19.  While there, students competed in various arts, crafts, academic, and talent...

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Chandlers chosen for technological wellness program

By Robbie Davis, Principal

Posted on February 24, 2016 8:04 PM



Chandlers School was recently chosen for the Kinsa FLUency program. Chandlers was one of only 90 schools chosen for the program out of 1,200 applications nationwide. Through the FLUency program, Kinsa will provide each family at the school with their award-winning Smart Thermometer for f...

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Health Department assisting Stevenson students

Posted on February 24, 2016 12:53 PM



The Stevenson Elementary Family Resource Center continues to partner with the Logan County Health Department to provide educational programs for its students.  LCHD Representative Kathy Thweatt is collaborating with Health and PE Teacher Ryan Davenport to help provide age-appropriate int...

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Colby Nichols and Mia Bethea named RHS Homecoming King and Queen

By Kim McDaniel, Principal

Posted on February 14, 2016 8:27 PM



Congratulations to our Panther and Lady Panther basketball teams on Homecoming 2016 victories over the visiting Todd County Rebels. Our 2016  Homecoming Court results are as follows: Princess—Ms.  Monserrat Morales Prince—Mr. Johnny Drumgole Queen—Ms. Mia Bethea ...

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Auburn students achieve in variety of learning experiences

By Sarah Hatton, Assistant Principal

Posted on February 13, 2016 3:13 PM



Although snow has kept us out of the building recently, Auburn School students are still learning in new ways each and every day, through our non-traditional instruction days and extracurricular activities. Here’s a glimpse at what we have to celebrate this month at Auburn! Fourth through ei...

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National champ WKU speakers to present Black History Month interpretations

Posted on February 12, 2016 10:28 AM



WKU’s forensics team is hosting a series of performances as part of Black History Month on Feb. 24. As We Make History: A Black History Performance Symposium will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Downing Student Union Auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public; the event is swipe...

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Marilyn Gill loved and lived history

Posted on February 11, 2016 11:03 PM



A tragic fire at her North Logan home this weekend claimed the life of 90-year-old Marilyn Gill. Her obituary is in that section of The Logan Journal. She not only loved and spoke on local history, but she also lived it. She was a history-maker herself. The following description of Ms. Gill was wr...

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Speaking of Business, Meet Carly Patterson, congratulate Misty Bromm and J.B. Reynolds

By Jim Turner

Posted on February 10, 2016 4:52 PM



Carly Patterson ”wants to know people” and to feel that customers are “like family.” Riley-White Drugs and Healthcare, then, became a natural fit for her as a place to continue her career as a pharmacist. The Warren County native became the fifth pharmacist on the Riley-Whit...

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RATC students to compete in SkillsUSA at SKYCTC

By Mark Brooks

Posted on February 10, 2016 2:35 PM



Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College and the Warren County Area Technology Center will host this year’s Region 5 SkillsUSA competition on Friday, Feb. 12.  Region 5 schools include Allen County Technology Center, Barren County Area Technology Center (ATC), Butler County A...

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Logan special ed students to exercise at Jump Air Zone

Posted on February 10, 2016 5:49 AM



February is American Heart Month and what better way to celebrate than physical activity? On Feb. 24, the Logan County Schools’ Special Education Department will be traveling to the newest trampoline park in Bowling Green – Jump Air Zone. Students with moderate to severe disabiliti...

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Middle School Wizard of Oz cast announced

By Jim Turner

Posted on February 9, 2016 11:01 PM



The fifth through eighth grade cast of the upcoming Wizard of Oz to be presented by Logan County Middle Schools has been announced by Director Melanie Gragg Manley following auditions the past few days.  Over 70 youngsters auditioned. They are as follows: Dorothy: Reece Sears and Makayla Stro...

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Chamber Ag Appreciation Breakfast draws big crowd

By Ryan Craig, Executive Director

Posted on February 7, 2016 6:05 PM



It was a record crowd. The food was excellent and our high-profile, much-sought-after speaker did not disappoint. Needless to say, the 2016 Agriculture Appreciation Breakfast last Wednesday did not disappoint. Executive Director of the Kentucky Governor's Office of Agriculture Policy Warren Beeler&...

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LCHS DECA students advance to state competition

By Amy Wisdom, DECA Sponsor

Posted on February 1, 2016 12:23 PM



On Jan. 28, Logan County High DECA students competed at WKU in the Region 2 DECA Conference. Below is a listing of their accomplishments.  All students listed also qualified for the State Leadership Conference, which will be held in Louisville on March 6-8.   Isiaha Price -...

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