News Briefs on The LoJo for August 2019
By Jim Turner


Posted on September 8, 2019 7:06 AM



Aug 30, 2019

Cougars dominate Muhlenberg
County in first half

The Logan County Cougars got the home football clock running in the first half Friday with a dominating performance on both sides of the ball. Coach Todd Adler's team led Muhlenberg County 39-0 at the intermission. Quarterback Tyler Ezell had thrown 3 touchdown passes--a pair of them to Maurice Gordon and one to Rooster Woodard, who caught 4 passes for 129 yards. Gary Hardy ran for 93 yards and 3 touchdowns. Xavier Evans intercepted 2 passes. Tristan Blake and Ezell handled the kicking game well in the absence of Thomas Bilyeu and Lucas Arevado, who were playing in a soccer tournament in Bowling Green.



Aug 30, 2019

Nelson Lyne passes away next

day after his wife June's death

Just one day after the death of his wife, former State Representative June Lyne, highly respected South Logan farmer Nelson Lyne died Thursday night. Mrs. Lyne's funeral was already scheduled today at 3 p.m. at Crittenden Drive Church of Christ. Now it will be a joint service with Harris Dockins officiating. The visitation for both, Nelson and June Lyne, will be today from 1-3 p.m. with the funeral service at 3 at Crittenden Drive. Summers, Kirby & Sanders Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. June Lyne's obituary appears in the Obituary section of The Logan Journal.   



Aug 28, 2019

Death claims pair of

long-time retired officials

Death has claimed two high respected long-time Logan County public officials this week. Retired Logan County Judge-Executive Johnny Guion died Monday, and former State Representative June Lyne's death followed Tuesday. Judge Guion, who was a star athlete at Russellville High School, ran his family business, Guion's Market, for many years before closing the store and being elected to four terms as the county's chief executive officer. Rep. Lyne farmed with her husband Nelson and worked for many years in the office of Browns Tobacco Warehouse before being sent to Frankfort many terms by the voters of Logan and Todd counties. Summers, Kirby & Sanders Funeral Home will announce funeral arrangements for both of them soon and they will be available on The Logan Journal.



Aug 27, 2019

Rex Booth resigns as

RHS counselor, coach

Russellville High School Guidance Counselor and Head Boys Basketball Coach Rex Booth announced Tuesday that he is resigning to accept an elementary school principalship in his native Edmonson County. Booth has been head coach the past two seasons and compiled a record of 15-36 overall and 3-11 in the district. He previously was head coach at Livingston Central and Hopkins County Central. Assistant Coach Robbie Weathers is still on the Russellville Schools staff. Booth’s wife Shannon works in the middle school and is head volleyball coach for the Lady Panthers.



Aug 27, 2019

Tonight's Logan soccer

matches moved to Todd

From Logan County Athletic Director Greg Howard: District soccer match-ups tonight with Todd County were originally scheduled to be played at Logan County. They will now be played at Todd County Central starting at 6 p.m. Todd County will play here on Sept. 17.



Aug 26, 2019

Logan sports events canceled

From Logan County High School Athletic Director Greg Howard: JV Football game scheduled at Glasgow today and the boys middle school soccer game scheduled at Logan County, have been canceled.



Aug 22, 2019

Local teams open their

seasons Friday on WRUS

The 2019 high school football season begins Friday night for both local high schools. The Logan County Cougars, who have gone 21-3 the last two seasons, kick things off at 7 p.m. against visiting Butler County. Coach Todd Adler have to replace one of Logan's best-ever players in Caden McKinnis, fellow college skill players Chandler Silvey and Dontavious Blann along with several outstanding linemen. The Cougars return the Offensive Player of the last two years, quarterback Tyler Ezell and fullback Gary Hardy, along with reigning Defensive Player of the Year Zach Yates. 
For Russellville, Coach Mikie Benton will have a more obvious replacement for SKY Small School Quarterback of the Year Jacob Naylor in sophomore Lennon Ries, but replacing linemen like Javier Canales and Kyran Williams along with kicker Hunter McDowell and running back/ lineman Ed Barber could be tougher with a young, small squad. The Panthers are part of a doubleheader and will play host Warren East about 8:30.
WRUS Radio plans to air both games, beginning with LCHS.



Aug 22, 2019

Road section near U.S. 79 to be
closed for repairs for a month

Old Railroad Lane near the intersection with U.S. 79 in Todd County will be closed beginning Friday, Aug. 22 while a project to improve and realign the intersection is underway. The closure is expected to last approximately 30 days. Motorists should use KY 848 to reconnect to Old Railroad Lane.



Aug 19, 2019

Girls middle school soccer
Clash canceled, officials needed

From LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard: The girls middle school soccer games tomorrow with Russellville have been canceled. Cancelling of Middle School soccer games has now become a problem, for both boys and girls soccer because of a shortage of officials. If you or someone you know would be interested in becoming a soccer official, please let me know.



Aug 15, 2019

Cougar football team captains chosen

Coach Todd Adler has announced the team captains for this year's Logan County Cougars football team. Two of them are seniors--quarterback Tyler Ezell and receiver/safety Tristan Blake. The two junior captains are lineman Thomas Kash and linebacker/offensive lineman Zach Yates.



Aug 12, 2019

Humane Society to hold
Clear the Shelter Saturday

The Logan County Humane Society will host Clear the Shelter at its 1230 Morgantown Road location in Russellville Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Approved applicants will be able to obtain a pet for half price at this time. Concessions will also be available. Similar events will be going on in surrounding counties.



Aug 11, 2019

Pastfiners to learn Lost River Cave history

The Southern Ky. Pastfinders will meet Saturday, Aug. 17, at 7 p.m. in the Logan County Public Library. This month's program will be presented by Annie Holt, Nature Center Director for Lost River Cave in Bowling Green. Holt's program is entitled "Past People of Lost River Cave." This Bowling Green landmark has a very rich history of inhabitants beginning the with native Americans. The public is invited to come and learn about fascinating stories of the cave and its inhabitants. Admission is free.



Aug 9, 2019

Movie Night Saturday features Trolls

Russellville Arts Council's next Summer Movie Night is this Saturday...Aug. 10 with a special Back to School show with the family friendly animated feature Trolls showing at Russellville First Baptist Church on Sixth and Main. Activities will start at 7 p.m. with the Russellville Literacy Bus tours...a playground...and snacks for the family. Bring your chairs to enjoy the movie and enjoy a beautiful night out. The.movie will be moved inside in case of rain.



Aug 7, 2019

Crittenden Drive's Summer

Lecture Series begins

Crittenden Drive Church of Christ's 8th annual lecture series begins tonight and runs for eight weeks. The speaker tonight is Bart Warren, minister of the South Green Street Church of Christ in Glasgow. He will speak on "The Building Made by God--Hebrews 3:4." A fellowship meal of barbecue chicken or country style boneless ribs, green beans, mac and chees, salad, rolls and dessert will be served in the multi-purpose room beginning at 6 p.m. with the service to begin at 7. Each week's speaker will be listed on the Auburn Banking Company's Community Calendar on The LoJo.



Aug 5, 2019

RHS Alumni Assn. to meet

The Russellville Alumni Association will hold a meeting on Monday, Aug. 19, at 5 p.m. at the board room (Old Auditorium). With Alumni Weekend coming in October, everyone is encouraged to be there to help plan this special time.


 




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