September 2016 Articles


Chapter I of The Way It Was, Kentucky Edition by Nelson Weaver

By Nelson Weaver

Posted on September 27, 2016 4:05 PM

“The truth is, everyone is going to hurt you. You just got to find the ones worth suffering for.”   —Bob Marley The late afternoon Birmingham, Alabama sun was starting to cast long shadows along the pool deck. It was a lovely spring day in 1970. Normally, a constant belchin...

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Weekly Report by RHS Principal for Sept. 25,

By Kim McDaniel, Principal

Posted on September 25, 2016 11:28 PM

The RHS Marching Panther Band performed in the Logan County Band Show Saturday evening. The band was awarded with Best Percussion and Best Color guard honors, along with the 1st Place Class A trophy. Congratulations to our band students as they progress through their season this year! The RHS FCCLA...

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Lady Justice should become truly blind to race

By Sen. Whitney Westerfield

Posted on September 23, 2016 1:23 PM

Over the last two years the Juvenile Justice Oversight Council (JJOC), created by Senate Bill (SB) 200's juvenile justice reforms, has overseen the implementation of that landmark legislation. In the time since its enactment we have already seen positive outcomes with fewer kids ending up in the cou...

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The Way It Was, Kentucky Edition

By Nelson Weaver

Posted on September 22, 2016 11:40 PM

Nelson Weaver, who grew up in Russellville, has written a book about the integration of Southern schools half a century ago. It's all based on what he experienced in Logan County, as a student at the University of Alabama, his historical research and his vivid imagination. Entitled The Way It W...

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Ransdell addresses pair of unpleasant situations on WKU campus

By Dr. Gary Ransdell, WKU President

Posted on September 11, 2016 9:56 PM

President Gary Ransdell addressed the following statement Sunday evening “To the WKU community:” In recent weeks we have experienced two cowardly, heinous acts directed at members of the WKU family – a student and an assistant dean. In both instances the individuals were targeted ...

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Ladies tour Croatia as part of Eastern Europe excursion

By Marguerite Kirkpatrick

Posted on September 11, 2016 6:14 PM

This is the third in a series of a summer tour of Eastern Europe. Tuesday, July 5   This morning we are driving toward Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia. Our lovely local guide, Katia, greets us in the city center as we arrive and tells us that Ljubljana was designated as the “2016 Green ...

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RHS Principal's report for Sept. 5

By Kim McDaniel, Principal

Posted on September 5, 2016 11:25 PM

Good luck to our RHS Marching Panther Band as they prepare for their first contest of the season. The Panther Band is scheduled to perform their ‘Twilight Zone” routine this Saturday at 5:15 at Franklin-Simpson High School! This is a great program for this year and it is evident that the...

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Middle school students reflect on Fun in the Auburn Library

By Clara Bond and Lindsey Brinkley

Posted on September 1, 2016 5:40 PM

The library at Auburn is a quiet place to read, but it also offers other activities to middle school students as well! Wonder Club, library lunch passes, and volunteering are a few of the activities we students enjoy. Wonder Club Wonder Club is a related arts class in the library that students may...

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