September 2019 Articles
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Lending libraries springing up around Russellville

Posted on September 26, 2019 7:41 PM



  If you’ve been wondering what those red birdhouses springing up around Russellville are all about, Little Free Libraries are relatively small wooden structures that house the books in a safe dry place for our community to be able to use The ceremony will help unveil the state-of-the-a...

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Speaker urges RMS students to be resilient

By Laura Mullen, RHS Student Intern

Posted on September 24, 2019 10:22 AM



  On Wednesday, Sept. 11, motivational speaker Mike Lee came to the Russellville Middle School and the 6th Grade Academy to speak to the students regarding the “Power Word for the Month: Resilience.” Not only is Mr. Lee a motivational speaker, he was also a college basketball pla...

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Quartet of RHS students honored by WKU

By Penni Nugent

Posted on September 23, 2019 12:16 PM



Quartet of RHS students honored by WKU The Mahurin Honors College at Western Kentucky University has honored 62 students from nine high schools in the local area for their academic achievements recently. The following students from Russellville High School were honored for thei...

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RHS cheerleaders become Disney princesses for young fans

By Laura Mullen, RHS Student Intern

Posted on September 16, 2019 7:01 PM



  On Saturday, Sept. 14, Russellville had its own Disney meet and greet! The RHS cheerleaders hosted a “Princess Tea Party” for children in Preschool and Kindergarten. Each cheerleader dressed up as a different Disney princess and children came to get their picture taken with them ...

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RHS cheerleaders become Disney princesses for young fans

By Laura Mullen, RHS Student Intern

Posted on September 16, 2019 6:59 PM



  On Saturday, Sept. 14, Russellville had its own Disney meet and greet! The RHS cheerleaders hosted a “Princess Tea Party” for children in Preschool and Kindergarten. Each cheerleader dressed up as a different Disney princess and children came to get their picture taken with them ...

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Thweatt secures tobacco free signs for local schools

By Penni Nugent

Posted on September 14, 2019 8:46 PM



  The Barren River District Health Department recently received a grant to purchase signage to support the new House Bill #318 100% Tobacco Free Campus law.  The Health Department’s Kathy Thweatt began applying for the grant in April. Once it was awarded she worked alongside R...

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Dock Trot planned all over Lake Malone next Saturday

Posted on September 14, 2019 1:53 PM



Let’s do the DOCK TROT! The Muhlenberg County Tourism Commission is excited to introduce a new FREE, family-friendly event that features live entertainment on beautiful Lake Malone.  The first-ever “Lake Malone DOCK TROT”, featuring six (6) free concerts performed along the ...

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LCHS students increasing participation in dual credit courses, sports and clubs

Posted on September 10, 2019 7:57 PM



Opportunities for Logan County High School students continue to increase as staff members work to engage all students in the learning process. LCHS fosters relationships with post-secondary institutions to provide numerous options for students, including agreements with Western Kentucky Universi...

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Lewisburg continues to increase opportunities for students

Posted on September 10, 2019 7:03 PM



  It started two years ago with the introduction of Ranger Academy, a program which allows students to explore their passions once a month. Students choose from a wide variety of courses, including JROTC taught by Colonel Triplett and Industrial Arts courses taught by the instructors at the Ca...

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Campbell, Rayno & Kash win Steer Show honors

By Lindsey Brinkley, Chapter Reporter

Posted on September 9, 2019 9:10 AM



The Logan County 4H/FFA Steer Show and Carcass contest had their 30-year celebration at this year’s events. There were 20 exhibitors and 42 steers weighed; each weighing anywhere between 600-800 pounds. A few of Logan County’s FFA members competed and did very well! The steers were weigh...

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Logan FFA members compete at state fair

By Lindsey Brinkley, Chapter Reporter

Posted on September 4, 2019 8:20 PM



  During the two-day span of August 15 and 16, 62 of Logan County’s FFA members attended the annual Kentucky State Fair. A total of 25 of these members participated in competitions while up there. These competitions included Livestock judging, Dairy judging, Meat Science, Floriculture, S...

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