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“The Future Is Now” for IdeaFestival participants

Posted on March 30, 2019 1:38 PM



  The sixth annual IdeaFestival Bowling Green was held at Western Kentucky University on Feb. 13. Hosted by The Center for Gifted Studies at WKU, the festival brought almost 750 participants from over 30 high schools and middle schools, representing 18 school districts. Participants included 1...

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Chandlers students' guests Read Across America

Posted on March 22, 2019 8:40 PM



Chandler’s School celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Read Across America on March 4t-8. Read Across America is a reading awareness program put on to motivate and encourage all students to pick up a book and read. The week was started off with an entertaining, performance from author, m...

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Notes Over Noodles entertains crowd

By Matthew Williams

Posted on March 22, 2019 8:12 PM



  On Friday, March 15, the Russellville Junior/Senior High School Band and Choir members returned to the stage and entertained guests with their musical performances. Over 150 people luxuriated in the live music and indulged in the meal. The traditional event “Notes Over Noodles”...

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LCHS Symphonic Band performs at festival in Louisville

By Jon Jukes

Posted on March 20, 2019 5:51 PM



  The Logan County High School Symphonic Band performed at the 2019 Phi Beta Mu Honor Concert Band Festival on 16 March. The event, held at Louisville Male High School, featured four high school bands from the state of Kentucky. The bands were selected following an application process and incl...

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Local groups to perform at Arts Council's Spring Sing

Posted on March 15, 2019 2:28 PM



  The Russellville Arts Council is sponsoring local choral groups in this year’s “Spring Sing” at Southern Heights Baptist Church on Thursday, March 21, starting at 7 p.m. This year’s free concert will include: The Logan County Youth Chorus directed by Larry Vaught, t...

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Lewisburg names Students of the Months

Posted on March 14, 2019 7:39 PM



Lewisburg School has announced the names of those who were named Students of the Month for both January and February. January honorees were Thomas Brumfield, Naomi Atkinson, Ashlyn Woodridge, Allie Chandler, Chase White, Alannah Drake, Drew Jenkins, Ella Lawson, Aidan Hall and Keyton Jenkins. Ho...

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Lewisburg students demonstrate value of upclycling

Posted on March 13, 2019 7:52 PM



  On Feb. 26, the Lewisburg Sustainability Club hosted an Upcycle Craft Night. The Sustainability students led several elementary students through five upcycled (or reused material) crafts- melted crayon art, CD suncatchers, water bottle wind spirals, water bottle bird feeders and 2-liter plas...

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Logan's Aliza Markham named best DECA member in state

By Jon Jukes

Posted on March 13, 2019 7:33 PM



The Logan County High School DECA chapter recently attended their state meeting in Louisville and came away with many reasons to be to celebrate. At the event, junior Aliza Markham was named Outstanding Member of the Year and club members demonstrated their business savvy competing in the following...

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Logan County FFA competes at regional

By Ashlyn Tracy, FFA Reporter

Posted on March 13, 2019 7:04 PM



       The Logan County FFA traveled to Glasgow, Kentucky WKU campus to compete in the Spring Regional Contest. There were 17 members who prepared for the speaking contest, 4 members preparing for Record Keeping, and 1 member for the Quiz Contest. The following students placed...

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RHS students represent New Zealand at KUNA Conference

By Kelley Paul and Matthew Williams

Posted on March 13, 2019 6:44 PM



  Russellville High School students in the Y-Club recently participated in a Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) Conference in Louisville, March 10-12. The purpose of KUNA is for students to gain knowledge about global issues and to share those issues through committee hearings. Y-Club m...

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SKYCTC's Addi Hernandez helps Latinos know they can succeed in college

By Jim Turner

Posted on March 7, 2019 11:21 AM



Starting college can be a bit frightening for anyone. For students with an international background or having been an employee on the floor of a manufacturing facility, it can often be more intimidating. Students considering attending Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College or who ar...

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Aliza Wilson leads SES Academic Team to 4th in region

By Penni Nugent

Posted on March 5, 2019 8:48 PM



It’s been a great season for the Kentucky Elementary Academic Competition.  Bryan Rush, Academic Coach for Stevenson Elementary, stated he was very proud of all the students that put their time in to show what they know.   The competition was held Saturday, March 2, at Lewisburg El...

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