June 2019 Articles


Whitney Westerfield files for Supreme Court in Kentucky's 1st District

Posted on June 30, 2019 8:32 PM

  State Senator Whitney Westerfield has filed for Kentucky Supreme Court, 1st District, from his hometown of Hopkinsville. He represents Logan, Todd and Christian counties in Frankfort. The current chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Judiciary, Westerfield has launched his campaign t...

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Auburn grad filming movie at Auburn School, needs student extras Wednesday

By Sarah Hatton, Assistant Principal

Posted on June 24, 2019 6:20 PM

Auburn School is excited to announce that our school will be a setting in an upcoming full-length feature film "A Place Called Home,” written and directed by Kiel Thorlton, an alumnus of Auburn School and the Logan County school system! The film company is seeking child extras for filming at A...

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Livestock beauty to be on display at Logan Fair Monday

By Jim Turner

Posted on June 23, 2019 7:53 PM

On Saturday human beauty was the focus as the Logan County Fair opened with the Little Mr. & Miss Pageant and the Teen Pageant. Monday, animal beauty will be on display as five different types of animals will be featured in separate shows. They are Dairy (10 a.m.), Alpaca (1 p.m.), Sheep (3 p.m...

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Auburn blueberries grower/online distributor certified organic

By Jim Turner

Posted on June 20, 2019 7:21 PM

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture has certified today that the blueberries grown by La Finca Berries, Auburn, have been produced in accordance with the National Organic Program.   Pete Palumbo, a Logan County farmer, said, “We’re thrilled that the three years of hard work...

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News Briefs on The LoJo for April & May 2019

By Jim Turner

Posted on June 15, 2019 2:21 PM

Apr 30, 2019 Softball Clash postponed Because of the sudden death of Ashley 'Cocoa' Kees, today's scheduled Russellville-at-Logan County softball Clash of the Cats has been postponed until next Wednesday, May 8, LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard has announced. Mrs. Kees was...

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Auburn Transfer Station reopens after fire, to accept Logan trash again

Posted on June 13, 2019 8:37 PM

  Cleanup from the fire which burned most of last week at the Waste Transfer Station at South Union is far enough along that the station reopened Wednesday and is going to accept trash from Logan Countians the next two Saturday mornings. After starting Monday evening, June 3, the fire was fin...

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Four LCHS students are Governor's Scholars

Posted on June 10, 2019 6:58 AM

  Four Logan County High School rising seniors are part of the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program for the summer of 2019. Those who received appointments into the program are Ashlyn Canler, Jayden Hayes, Morgan Gafford, and Micah Page. Ashlyn Canler is the daughter of Shawn & Kim ...

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Kaden Yonts & Tanna Fulgham post top Chandlers grads' grades

By Robbie Davis, Principal

Posted on June 3, 2019 5:46 PM

  Chandler’s School recognized the accomplishments and promotion of 59 eighth graders Friday, May 24, in the school gymnasium. Following the invocation led by Kilby Long, several students received individual honors. Award winners included Skyler Deen (Art), Tanna Fulgham (Mathematics),...

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Westerfield seeking state supreme court justice

Posted on June 2, 2019 5:45 PM

  On Wednesday, State Senator Whitney Westerfield filed for Kentucky Supreme Court, 1st District, from his hometown of Hopkinsville. The current chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Judiciary, Westerfield says he has launched his campaign to uphold the constitution and defend the rule ...

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Concrete median to be installed at busiest BG intersection Sunday night

By Wes Watt

Posted on June 1, 2019 12:53 PM

Motorists traveling on U.S. 231 Campbell Lane near the intersection with U.S. 31-W Nashville Road in Bowling Green should expect lane closures beginning Sunday night. The lane closures are expected to begin around 8 p.m. and ending around 6 a.m. The lane closures are expected to take place multiple ...

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