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May 26, 2020

City school board meeting today to begin superintendent search

The Russellville Independent Schools Board of Education will meet in closed session today at 6 p.m. as the process begins to choose a new superintendent. Last week, current superintendent Bart Flener announced he is resigning to accept the leadership position of the educational cooperative which works with local schools. In the meeting announcement, the agenda includes "CLOSED SESSION FOR DISCUSSION OF PERSONNEL WHICH MAY LEAD TO APPOINTMENT OF AN INDIVIDUAL UNDER GUIDELINES OF KRS 61.810(1)f)." That could involve naming an interim superintendent until a permanent hire can be made. The board has relied on educational consultant Phil Eason in past key personnel searches. Leon Smith, who retired three years after a successful and popular tenure as superintendent, continues to live in Russellville.

May 23, 2020

Post Oak pastor tests positive for COVID-19

Post Oak Baptist Church Pastor Nick Stamps told his congregation Saturday that he has tested positive for COVID-19. "I will have to continue my quarantine for the time being, but that will not hinder our online worship services from continuing. I will be recording my message later this evening or in the morning and posting it along with worship by our team... I ask that you continue to pray that this will not spread any further, that my family and others would be protected from it, and for healing for others who have contracted it. Thank you ahead of time for your prayers, and I look forward to worshipping online with you tomorrow morning."

May 22, 2020

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Logan County has grown by 32 in the last week. According to a report from the Barren River Health Department Friday, Logan County now has 114 cases, up from 82 last Friday, May 15. On Thursday, April 30, the number was 10. That's an increase of 1040 percent in three weeks. Three deaths have been recorded, even though Creekwood Nursing and Rehab is listed with five deaths. That's because at least two of the deceased were from other counties.

May 21, 2020

Adairville SBDM to meet virtually Friday

A special called virtual meeting of the Adairville SBDM will be held on Friday, May 22, at 11:30 a.m. Adairville School will soon start the process for the selection of a new principal, since current principal Kristina Rice is returning to Auburn School as its principal.

May 21, 2020

Summers and Son giving away masks Friday

Summers and Son Funeral Home will have a Drive Thru Mask Giveaway this Friday, May 22 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. or until supplies last. Those driving in can get four masks per car. One size fits most. It's located on the Russellville North Bypass at 210 North Thurston Drive near Walmart.

May 21, 2020

Kevin Birdwhistell achieves theatre arts milestones

Kevin Birdwhistell, the son of Logan County High School graduate Joe Birdwhistell and the grandson of Bob and Donna Birdwhistell of Lewisburg, has earned made notable achievements in theatre arts. In addition to graduating from Northern Kentucky University, he is serving as intern for AthensWest Theatre Company in Lexington and has a leadership role with the Governor's School of the Arts this summer. He participated in that program a few years ago as a South Warren High School student.

May 20, 2020

Med Center nurse from Auburn dies of COVID-19

The Medical Center of Bowling Green has announced the death of CNA Wanda Ann Hines Johnson of Auburn as a result of COVID-19 at the University of Kentucky Hospital Monday. She had worked in the Med Center's 4A inpatient unit since 2016, says CEO Connie Smith. The 60-year-old was married to Robert Johnson and had three children, three step-children, 17 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. WNKY reported over a week ago that 95 Med Center employees had tested positive for COVID-19 with 38 having recovered. Tuesday the Barren River Health Department reported 98 confirmed cases in Logan County with three deaths, but Gov. Andy Beshear said in his Tuesday press conference that an 88-year-old man has also died, bringing the Logan death total to four.

May 15, 2020

Logan's COVID-19 confirmed cases multiplied by 8 in half a month

On May 15, Logan County has more that eight times as many confirmed COVID-19 cases than it did April 30, according to statistics provided by the Barren River Area Health Department. The total today was 83 cases with 14 recoverd and 2 deaths. On April 30, the total had grown from its long-time resting place of 8 to 10 with 8 recovered and no deaths. A week later on May 8, the total had ballooned to 53 with 9 recoveries and the two deaths. After being among the top five among Kentucky's 120 counties with new cases three straight days this week, Logan has added two and three new confirmed cases Thursday and Friday. Gov. Andy Beshear, announced Friday that he will not conduct this weekend his daily briefings, which have become known as "Afternoons with Andy."

May 11, 2020

Kirbys donate 5,000 gloves to Creekwood

Creekwood Nursing & Rehab received a donation of 5,000 pairs of nitril gloves Tuesday from Justin and Kevin Kirby to help deal with the growing problem of Coronavirus cases at the facility. The Kirbys, who are in the funeral home business, say they will facilitate getting more gloves to Creekwood if others would like to make a donation. Thirty-three people have been confirmed with COVID-19 at Creekwood, including 26 patients.
This spring young Liam McGinnis donated surgical masks to people in health care and other frontliners instead of asking for birthday presents himself.

May 11, 2020

Creekwood Place has 33 confirmed COVID-19 cases

Kentucky's Long-Term Care and Other Congregate Facilities Update for Monday shows Creekwood Nursing and Rehab Center in Russellville with 26 residents and 7 staff members with confirmed COVID-19 cases. Two of those diagnosed have died, Creekwood is part of NursingHomes.com. Auburn Healthcare has registered no confirmed cases. Neither has Hearthstone Place in Elkton. Both of those are owned by locally based companies led by Russellville native Nancy Humphries Bolster.

May 11, 2020

Muddy River Baptist Church giving away food Saturday

The Muddy River Baptist Church is having a Food Box Distribution this Saturday, May 16, from 7 a.m. until supplies are gone. Receivers of food should remain in their vehicles and food will be brought to you. Social Distancing Rules will be in effect to protect everyone involved. The church is located at 4711 Bowling Green Road between Russellville and Auburn.

May 8, 2020

Logan COVID-19 cases grow again

The number of confirmed Conoravirus cases in Logan County as grown again. According to the Barren River Health Department, the county had 53 confirmed cases Friday afternoon. The last three days the total has grown by 15, 10 and 13 from 10 to 53. No details were released. Gov. Andy Beshear said in his daily press conference Friday that one of the new cases in Logan County is a 20-year-old man.

May 8, 2020

KY 107 in North Logan to undergo road work

The Kentucky Department of Transportation has announced that the first two miles of KY 107 in North Logan will be down to one lane next week as crews are working on ditching and embankment improvements.


May 8, 2020

Logan County Fair canceled for 2020

The Logan County Fair board has announced that because of Covid-19 the 2020 Logan County Fair scheduled for June has been canceled. Plans currently are being made for three days of animal shows that will be sprinkled out between now and Oct. 1 whenever restrictions allow. Posts will be made when those dates have been set. A board announcement says, “We plan to try to have next year's fair around the same week of June. We hope that everyone will come out then. Letters will be sent out to our sponsors with more details.

May 7, 2020

Logan adds another 10 COVID-19 cases

Ten more confired cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Logan County between Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, according to a press release from the Barren River Area Health Department. Than means the number of cases has quadrupled from 10 to 40 in the first week of May. A second death has also been recorded. The health department does not release any details on the age, gender or contact area of those affected. Much more information can be found on the WRUS Facebook site which is identified by the logo shown here.

May 7, 2020

Logan's COVID-19 confirmed cases multiplying

After staying steady at 8 for weeks, Logan County's total of confirmed COVID-19 cases has suddenly begun multiplying rapidly. The total tripled in the first six days of May, growing from 10 on Thursday, April 30, to 30 on Wednesday, May 6. In fact, the total doubled from 15 to 30 between Tuesday and Wednesday. The Todd County Health Department goes into detail about the demographics and contact area regarding cases it announces, but the Barren River Health Department, which includes Logan County, offers no details. The LoJo has learned that the only confirmed death as a result of coronavirus has been a 79-year-old Russellville resident, who years ago was a nurse at Logan County Hospital. She died at Slyline Hospital in the Nashville area.

May 4, 2020

Auburn Blood Mobile visit may 15

The Auburn Community Blood Drive will be held at New Friendship Baptist Church on Friday, May 15, from noon to 6 p.m. It is sponsored by Church Women United. Call 1-800-RED CROSS of visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter auburn 19 to schedule an appointment. Elsie Carpenter is the long-time director of Auburn Red Cross.

May 1, 2020

Scott's offers Free Dump Day May 23

From Logan County Solid Waste Coordinator Nathan Cockrill: On Free Dump Days, Judge Logan Chick has worked hard with Scott Waste on a plan, and we intend to start those again Saturday, May 23. Here will be some rules on the free day for its return: 1. You must wear a mask or other facial covering. You will be turned away without a mask. 2. Keep social distancing of at least 6 feet from other customers, including when dumping material out of the vehicle. 3. Don't come if you have been recently ill or are a part of a vulnerable population. 4. Follow all instructions of Scott Waste personnel. No free dump day May 9 due to Gov. Beshears’ orders still being in effect, but there will be free dump day May 23 from 8 a.m. to noon at 55 Pleasant View Drive in Auburn.

Apr 30, 2020

Last day for city school students Friday

From Russellville Schools: The last day for student classes/NTI is Friday, May 1. All Chromebooks, textbooks, library books, and other materials need to be turned in by May 5. School personnel will be on hand Monday, May 4, and Tuesday, May 5, at RHS and SES to collect student Chromebooks, textbooks, library books, homework packets, or other borrowed materials such as art supplies from RHS. Chromebooks not turned in on the 4th and 5th will be disabled via the internet until they are returned.

Apr 30, 2020

Logan adds to COVID-19 cases

For the first time in weeks, Logan County's total of confirmed COVID-19 cases has grown. As of Thursday, the total had grown from 8 to 10. On the other hand, 8 of the patients have recovered. Meanwhile Bowling Green/Warren County continues to be one of the nation's "hot spots." The Warren County total has more than doubled in the last eight days, from 150 to 335. Edmonson County is also under seige with its total growing from 9 to 31 (244 percent) in those eight days.

Apr 27, 2020

Warren, Edmonson counties' COVIC 19 cases expanding

While Logan County's COVID-19 confirmed case total has remained stable, some counties in the area are experiencing a rapid growth in their totals. In the last five days, Logan's total has stayed constant at 8, but Warren County's caseload has grown by 60.3 percent from 156 last Wednesday to 250 today. Edmonson County's total has grown by 122 percent from 9 to 20 in that time frame. Barren County's total has increased by two-thirds from 9 to 15. Butler County's total grew from 71 to 84, slightly over 18 percent. Muhlenberg County now has 109 confirmed cases, 71 coming from the private prison there.

Apr 24, 2020

4-H honors volunteers, seeks more

National Volunteer Week provides an opportunity to thank Kentucky 4-H volunteers for their service throughout the year. 4-H volunteers serve in a variety of ways: as club leaders, camp counselors, coaches, council members, and assisting with fairs, school and community events. To become a 4-H volunteer, contact Logan County 4-H Agent Carrie Derossett at 270-726-6323.

Apr 23, 2020

LCHS' Promise Willhite selected for Gatton Academy

The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky has selected 102 current Kentucky sophomores for the Class of 2022. Gatton, which is housed near the top of The Hill at WKU, is ranked among the best high schools in the nation. One of them is Logan County High School's Promise Willhite, the daughter of Martina Willhite from Russellville.

Apr 22, 2020

KHSAA makes shut down of spring sports official

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has announced that the state boys and girls basketball tournaments are officially canceled because of COVID-19. Also, spring sports will not take the field this year. Softball, baseball, tennis, track and bass fishing are officially canceled. Logan County High School Athletic Director Greg Howard represents the Fourth Region on the KHSAA Board of Controls. Former Russellville High School Athletic Director Calvin Head is the coach of the Bowling Green Lady Purples, who had earned a berth in the girls state basketball tourney.

Apr 22, 2020

WRUS to air Wednesday night discussion

This evening at 6, a new program will premier on WRUS. "Wednesday Night Live" will be a time of encouragement and discussion, featuring local pastors Joe Ball of First Baptist Church Russellville, Brad Rogers of New Vision Community Church & Nick Stamps of Post Oak Baptist Church. In addition to the radio broadcast, the program will also be shown on FB Live streams for these churches.

Apr 20, 2020

Local schools to continue NTI the rest of the school year

The superintendents of Logan County and Russellville schools have announced they will recommend that their boards of education follow Gov. Andy Beshear's recommendation Monday that no more face-to-face classes be held in the state's K-12 schools in the 2019-20 school year. Instruction will continue to students at home either online where possible or by written work when necessary. Some families are taking pictures of written homework and sending it to teachers digitally. This also means traditional proms and graduations will not be held, at least not within the next six weeks. This is all a result of attempts to reduce the spread of the Conoravirus in the Commonwealth.

Apr 16, 2020

Cougars Thompson & Nazario sign to play college ball

Two members of Logan County High’s 28-4 boys basketball team have signed to play college basketball, Athletic Director Greg Howard has announced. First came word that Dalton Thompson will play for Owensboro-based Brescia University, a school which has long been a destination for Cougar and Lady Cougar athletes. Next, Jose Navario will play for Bethel University in McKenzie, Tenn. Aaron ‘A.J.” Johnson, a 2000 graduate of LCHS who was a standout in baseball and basketball, is the long-time assistant coach at Bethel. Signing ceremonies aren't possible in this era of social distancing.

Apr 14, 2020

Eighth Logan County COVID-19 case confirmed

An eighth COVID-19 case has been confirmed in Logan County. WRUS reported Monday that three of those patients have recovered. The Barren River District Health Department has confirmed 136 cases of COVID-19 in the Barren River District, 31 of which have recovered. Barren County has six, Butler County 45, Edmonson County seven, Hart one, Logan County has eight, Simpson County 17, and Warren County 52. Our district has three deaths reported from COVID-19.

Apr 13, 2020

Logan confirmed COVID-19 cases grow to 7, but 3 recovered

The Barren River District Health Department has confirmed 128 cases of COVID-19 in the Barren River District, 31 of which have recovered. Monday the health department said Barren County has six, Butler 43, Edmonson County seven, Hart County one, Logan County seven, Simpson 16, and Warren 48. The Logan total grew by three over the weekend, but WRUS News says three of them have recovered. Meanwhile, the Bowling Green Daily News reports that Signature HealthCARE, which is affiliated with Morgantown Care and Rehabilitation Center, said Sunday it had received confirmation that 51 (29 residents and 22 staff) had tested positive for the coronavirus at its Morgantown location.

Apr 12, 2020

Logan meal distribution detailed

From Logan County School Superintendent Paul Mullins: This is an important update from Logan County Schools about meal service. We will be distributing meals tomorrow on Monday, April 13, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at all Logan County Schools. These meals will be for the entire week, 7 breakfasts and 7 lunches for any child 18 and under. There will be no other pick-up locations this week. We will continue to offer bus delivery to those who have already been receiving it. If you need any assistance in meal service for your student, please call your school. Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you tomorrow!

Apr 11, 2020

Rand Paul recovers from COVID-19, makes hospital rounds

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul has announced in his weekly column that he has recovered from COVID-19. The Bowling Green opthamologist has been making rounds with doctors at Greenview Regional Hospital. He told the Bowling Green Daily News  he wanted to volunteer because it meant “one less nurse, one less doctor” without immunity who is exposed to coronavirus patients.

Apr 10, 2020

Point Church leading Pray With Us Saturday

Community mobile prayer services will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. in three different locations in Russellville. Prayers will be for workers in healthcare, law enforcement, emergency responders and others in the community as we deal with COVID-19. Locations are Logan Memorial Hospital’s parking lot, Carrico Park Square and Center of the Mark Ministries’ parking lot across from the jail. Those attending are urged to park and appropriate distances from each other. WRUS (610 AM & 104.9 FM) will air worship songs during the service. The Point Church is organizing the event.

Apr 6, 2020

Meals from Logan Schools available Tuesday

From Logan County Schools Superintendent Paul Mullins: Reminder, LCS will be distributing meals tomorrow, April 6 (seven days of food). Meals will be served at all LCS schools from 1-3 p.m. Delivery will be continued for those who have been receiving delivery. If you need assistance, please call your school office.

Apr 2, 2020

Logan schools may go back in session May 4

From Logan County Schools Superintendent Paul MullinsGov. Andy Beshear has announced all public schools remain closed for in person classes through May 1, 2020. Logan County Schools will start NTI back beginning on April 13. Logan County students are now set to return (in person) to school on Monday, May 4. Over the next week and half be looking for updates on chromebook tp check out and school feeding schedules.

Apr 1, 2020

Flener to conduct Facebook Live event Tuesday evening

Russellville School Superintendent Bart Flener will hold a Facebook live meeting tomorrow, April 2, at 6 p.m. This will serve as a follow-up to his conference call with Gov. Andy Beshear to share any updated information. The public is welcome to be a part of it.

Mar 31, 2020

SKYCTC's Allied Respiratory Care lends ventilators to Med Center

Healthcare professionals on the front line are struggling to find enough equipment. The Medical Center at Bowling Green can now breathe a sigh of relief in preparation for more Covid-19 patients. Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College came to the rescue, lending the hospital 13 ventilators. “It’s very difficult now for hospitals to get the equipment that they need. We’re just thrilled that we can help them out,” said SKYCTC respiratory care and allied health program director Dwight Austin. Med Center Health partners with the SKYCTC program, and the ventilators are used to train the medical students. Ventilators like these tend to cost around $14,000. A statement from the hospital reads: “Med center health is grateful to our friends at SKYCTC and many other organizations that have generously reached out to offer their assistance and support. It is critical that we all come together to support our community at this time. This is a great example of just that”.

Mar 30, 2020

Lewisburg City Clerk dies unexpectedly

Lewisburg City Clerk Angela Swinney died unexpectedly in her sleep during the night Friday/Saturday. The 52-year-old wife, mother and grandmother had held the clerk's post for almost three decades. Price Funeral Home will follow pandemic rules and hold a memorial service when public gatherings are allowed. Her obituary can be found in the Obituary section of The Logan Journal.

Mar 30, 2020

Logan has 3rd confirmed COVID-19 case

The Barren River District Health Department currently has 29 cases of COVID-19 in the Barren River District, four of which have recovered. Barren County has one, Butler County has one, Edmonson County has two, Logan County has three, Simpson County has nine, and Warren County has 13. Our district has one death reported from COVID-19. We stand in solidarity with those affected during these difficult times. It is the personal responsibility of each Barren River District resident to continue taking social distancing measures in order to help slow the spread of the virus.

Mar 27, 2020

April meetings of LEAD and IDA canceled

The Board of Directors of the Logan Economic Alliance for Development (LEAD) and the Logan Industrial Development Authority (IDA) will not meet during the month of April. Board meetings will reconvene Wednesday, May 13, at 7 a.m., unless otherwise notified, in the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Meeting Room in the Harrison-Hite Building, 116 South Main Street, Russellville. For more information, please call the LEAD office at 726-9575.

Mar 26, 2020

Barren River Health issues daily COVID-19 update

From WRUS News: The Barren River District Health Department is investigating 15 cases of COVID-19 in the Barren River District: Warren County has ten cases; Simpson County has four; Logan County has one. The Muhlenberg County Health Department confirms 7 cases of COVID-19. In neighboring Tennessee counties, Robertson County, reports 20 cases, 6 in Montgomery County, and 293 in Davidson County.

Mar 25, 2020

Frank Cardwell among COVID-19 patients

Retired Franklin-Simpson basketball coach and principal Frank Cardwell Sr. is hospitalized in Bowling Green after having been confirmed to have a case of COVID-19, according to his son Frank Jr. Coach Cardwell is one of the most popular former rivals among Logan County sports fans. He also served as principal at Beech High School in Sumner County, Tenn. after retiring in Kentucky.

Mar 24, 2020

Open Hands Open Heart plans Saturday food distribution

From Open Hearts Open Hands: We will be having our monthly food distribution this Saturday, March 28, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Distribution will be at the new location in Lewisburg (old Auburn bank building, 717 South Main St.). There will be no clothes given away until further notice. We will not start giving out food until 9 a.m. and would appreciate you not coming until this time. We request that you not get out of your car for everyone’s safety. We will park you and someone will get your name and food for you. We are trying to make this run as smoothly as possible so we can protect not only our volunteers but also those receiving food. We appreciate your cooperation and patience with this in advance.

Mar 23, 2020

WRUS reports confirmed COVID-19 case in Logan

From WRUS News: Gov. Andy Beshear's Monday Coronavirus update included new cases in Warren, Simpson and Allen Counties in South Central Kentucky. While the governor did not mention Logan County, the state website is showing a positive test result in our county. The Barren River Health Dept. has confirmed the positive result is a 55 year old Female. View More

The governor also introduced a new hotline available to report those who are not abiding by state orders. You may call 1-833-KYSAFER that's 1-833-597-2337.The hotline will be staffed from 7a.m.-9 p.m. daily, and you may leave a message outside of these times. Should you see a business, organization,etc. not following the orders and best practices, you can call this number to report.

Mar 21, 2020

Emerson closes because of a sick employee

From WRUS: In a company statement provided by an Emerson spokesperson, we’ve learned an employee at Emerson’s hermetic motors manufacturing facility in Russellville, KY has been diagnosed with symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19 and is awaiting test results. Out of an abundance of caution, employees at the facility were sent home on Friday afternoon and no shifts are working over the weekend as a professional deep cleaning and disinfecting of the facility is done. Employees will be notified by phone later this weekend if they can report to work on Monday.

Mar 20, 2020

Kentucky schools closed until April 20

From Logan County Superintendent Paul Mullins: Gov. Andy Beshear has announced that all public schools remain closed with students returning on Monday, April 20, 2020. LCS will have NTI work March 23-27, then two weeks of Spring Break March 30- April 10, and then NTI April 13-17 with students returning to school on Monday, April 20.

Mar 20, 2020

Proctor Mill Road work set next week

From Wes Watt of Kentucky Transportation: KY 1588 Proctor Mill Road (Mile point 0 to 3) - Motorists should expect lane closures and delays as crews are working on a culvert piping, ditching and drainage improvements. 

Mar 20, 2020

BG attorney David Broderick first confirmed area virus patient

The Bowling Green law firm of Broderick & Davenport has announced that senior partner David Broderick was the first person in this area to test positive for the Coronavirus. He has been treated and now is recuperating at home. The 73-year-old Broderick worked frequently in Logan County in the late 20th century, often being an attorney for one side or the other in cases involving governmental entitiess.

Mar 20, 2020

USDA offices closed to face-to-face transactions

From Craig Givens; The local USDA offices have been instructed to move the safety precautions to Level 2 at this time. This means the entrance doors will be locked to the public and business will be conducted by phone, email, or other means rather than face-to-face meetings. Please call the office if you have questions or need assistances and we will do our best to continue providing services during this challenging time.

Mar 20, 2020

Spring Market rescheduled

The annual Spring Market--a crafts and vendor show--has been rescheduled because of the COVID-19, organizer Marcia Key has announced. Instead of an April date, it is now scheduled for May 2 at the Logan County Extension Office.

Mar 20, 2020

Second COVID-19 case confirmed in Warren County

The Barren River District Health Department is investigating its 2nd case of COVID-19 (2019 novel coronavirus) in a Warren County resident. The patient is an 80-year-old female. Health officials are working with the Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) to identify and contact all those who may have been exposed to the infected person. These individuals will be monitored for fever and respiratory symptoms. Dr. Matthew L. Hunt, Health Department Director, says, “With more labs on board for testing, we were prepared for the number of cases to rise. This increase reinforces the need to follow Governor Beshear’s recommendation for Kentuckians to avoid gatherings both large and small.”

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