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Jan 18, 2019

Logan games canceled

The Logan County Lady Cougars’ scheduled basketball games with Edmonson County and Hancock County have been canceled, Athletic Director Greg Howard has announced. Also, the Cougars’ games Freshmen/JV games against Warren Central Feb. 9 are no longer on the schedule.



Jan 18, 2019

F-S comes back to edge Cougars

Logan County built a 30-15 lead at Franklin-Simpson Friday but then let it get away in a 57-52 district loss. The Wildcats and their fans kept Cougars Anthony Woodard out of his regular rhythm throughout the game, and foul trouble (both those called on them and free throws they missed) hurt the team. DeMarco Chatman scored 23 points and Dawson Knight 10 for Coach Dee Spencer's Wildcats, who ran their record to 10-7 overall and 3-1 in the district. Logan fell to 15-3 and 3-1. Tommy Krohn led the Cougars with 16 points and Kelby Epley added 11.



Jan 18, 2019

Logan at Franklin tonight

An important 13th District Basketball doubleheader will be played Friday night when the Logan County Lady Cougars and Cougars go to Franklin-Simpson. Both Logan teams are undefeated in district play, and wins tonight would go a long way toward sealing the number one seeds in the district tournament. WRUS 610 and 94.1 will carry both games live. They will also be available on the station's website and mobile ap.



Jan 18, 2019

Elkton street to be named for Guy Mallory today

The city of Elkton will hold a ceremony on Friday (today) at 1 p.m. to unveil the re-naming of North Weathers Lane to Mr. Guy Mallory Lane.  The street was re-named by the Elkton City Council in honor of Mr. Guy Mallory, a model citizen of Elkton who served his country valiantly in World War II and the Conflict in Korea.  Mr. Mallory gave freely to his community, including land donations to the Todd County Senior Citizens Center and Todd County Public Library.  Mr. Mallory also retired from the US Postal Service, working in the Post Office in Elkton that sits adjacent to the newly re-named Mr. Guy Mallory Lane. The public is invited to attend the ceremony, which will take place at Mr. Guy Mallory Lane and the intersection of West Main Street in Elkton.

 



Jan 17, 2019

Times changed for Logan at Glasgow games Jan 26

From LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard: On Saturday, Jan. 26, Glasgow will be their Homecoming and the boys game will be played at 6 p.m., followed by Homecoming activities, then the girls game.



Jan 15, 2019

Logan Volleyball coaching icon Steven Lyne resigns

One of the most successful coaches in Fourth Region history in any sport has resigned. Logan County Volleyball Coach Steven Lyne told his players Tuesday that he has resigned as coach of the ulta-successful Lady Cougars. He has been with the program ever since it began almost two decades ago, first as the top assistant to Coach 
Tina Phelps and then as head coach the past eight seasons. With him at the helm, Logan Volleyball went 64-0 against district competiion and captured all eight district titles. Overall, they have won over 120 consecutive district matches and 16 straight district titles. Assistant Coach James Imlay says, "He just told us 'it's time.'" An LCHS graduate, Lyne is a livestock farmer, and his family has a specialized coffee distribution business.



Jan 14, 2019

Lady Panthers advance to Class A semifinals

With sophomore Chloe Whitescarver hitting five 3-pointers and scoring 21 points, Coach Cameron Jackson’s Russellville Lady Panthers advanced to the Class A Regional Semifinals Monday by beating visiting Cumberland County 58-41. Supporting Whitescarver with nine points each were DeShala LeBlanc, Anastasia Dowlen & Amiyah Collier. The Lady Panthers led 39-27 after three quarters before Whitescarver hit a pair of treys and LeBlanc a third in the first 90 seconds of the final period. When Dowlen hit a rebound shot, RHS led by 20 with 3:30 left. Cambria Vincent of Edmonson County scored 20 points by hitting 13 of 17 free throws. Carly Patterson added 11. Russellville plays host Todd Central in Wednesday’s second round at 6 p.m.



Jan 14, 2019

Cougars' Koby Wall to play baseball for L-W

Logan County High School baseball and football standout Koby Wall will sign with Lindsey Wilson to play baseball. His signing will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 3:30 p.m. at the CTC building. Athletic Director Greg Howard says, “Everyone is invited to come celebrate Koby's special day!
 



Jan 14, 2019

Water line work set for Brookhaven street

From WRUS: The City of Russellville Water Department will begin working on Honeysuckle Lane, in the Brookhaven Subdivision, on Tuesday, Jan. 15. The city will be replacing the two-inch water mains in the area. The City of Russellville apologizes for any inconvenience this work may have on its citizens. If you have any questions, feel free to call 270-726-5025.



Jan 11, 2019

Lady Panthers get district win over F-S

Trailing 18-15 at the half, the Russellville Lady Panthers held visiting Franklin-Simpson to four third quarter points and beat Coach Lex Lindsey’s Lady Cats 41-31 Friday. RHS led 33-22 going into the fourth quarter. Led by eighth grader Hadley Turner, F-S cut the lead to 34-29. But Russellville’s Anastasia Dowlen converted a rebound into three points, and DeShala LeBlanc and Jayce Buchner each hit a pair of free throws for the 10-point district win. For Coach Cameron Jackson’s winners, LeBlanc led the way with 10 points while Dowlen had 8 points and 13 rebounds. Chloe Whitescarver also scored 8, some of them clutch in the second half, Buchner added 7 and Amiyah Collier 6. Evyn McCutchen scored 13 and Turner 10. The only other F-S players to score were Christina Carver & Kate Norwood.



Jan 11, 2019

Every Lady Cougar scores as Lady Cougars double Todd

Finding themselves down 7-4 early in the game, the Logan County Lady Cougars went on an 18-1 run the rest of the quarter Friday over visiting Todd Central. Coach Finley Baird’s Ladies led 22-8 when Haile Borders scored on a Blayke Bingham assist near the buzzer. By the end of the third quarter, Logan had built a running clock and won 73-36 to run their record to 11-5 overall and 3-0 in the district. Paige Vanzant, who caused repeated Todd turnovers, finished with 18 points. Addie White, who hit all 6 of her free throws, scored 13, Sarah Beth Hale 11 and Kennedy Nichols 9. The other eight Lady Cougars all scored. Amy Brumfield scored 13 for the visitors but no other Lady Rebel had more than 5 points.



Jan 10, 2019

NAACP holding MLK Jubilee Celebration this Saturday

The Russellville-Logan County NAACP will sponsor the MLK Jubilee Celebration on Saturday, Jan. 12, beginning at 9 a.m. at the K of P Hall on 5th and Morgan Streets, Russellville. The guest speaker is Associate Minister Jessie F. Varner of Oakland Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Warren County. President William Woodard says, "The community is invited to celebrate the History and Legacy of our late Civil Rights Leader. Breakfast will be served for a donation of $7."



Jan 9, 2019

Logan's Harris to play softball for Campbellsville

From Logan County High School Athletic Director Greg Howard: Logan County High School would like to announce that Presley Harris will be signing this Friday at 4: p.m. with Campbellsville University to play softball. Her signing will take place at the CTC on Hwy 68-80. Come join us to honor and celebrate this event with her.



Jan 8, 2019

Long-time RHS teacher Peggy Reeder dies

Peggy Reeder, who taught at Russellville High School along with her husband Larry Reeder from the mid-60s until their retirement, died Tuesday morning in Florida where the Reeders have made their home for several years. Since Mr. Reeder is incapacitated, long-time friends Denny and Martha Carol Doyle are handling arrangements, according to Mark and Jean Reynolds.



Jan 4, 2019

Cougars dominate first half of Clash

The visiting Logan County Cougars outscored Russellville 23-5 in the second quarter to take a 44-20 lead into halftime of the Mullen-Meguiar Cats Classic Friday. Anthony 'Rooster' Woodard, who transferred from RHS to Logan this year, dominated much of the first-half play, scoring 12 points along with rebounding, firing, manning the point and making repeated steals. After he drew his second foul with 1:30 left in the first quarter, Panther star Jacob Naylor didn't score in the second quarter and had 8 points at the half. Kelby Epley scored 8 points in the half with Nathaniel Vick & Third Bell scoring 6 each. Reggie Powell was a force on the boards for Coach John Tinsley's Cougars. Naylor had scored 12 more points with two minutes left in the third quarter but the Cougars were leading 55-41. Woodard was up to 18 points.



Jan 4, 2019

Lady Cougars double up RHS in Clash's 1st hal

With Addie White hitting three straight 3-pointers (the third was ruled to have come after the buzzer), the Logan County Lady Cougars led homestanding Russellville 24-7 after a quarter. Paige Vanzant had 12 points and her twin Peyton Vanzant 7 at halftime as Coach Finley Baird's Lady Cougars led 40-20 at the half. A key player for both teams, Sarah Beth Hale of Logan and Amiyah Collier of RHS got into early foul trouble. The Lady Cougars built the lead to 31 points before Collier scored the Lady Panthers' first points of the second half to make it 51-22 with 3:26 remaining in the third quarter. When the fourth quarter began, Logan led 55-23.



Jan 2, 2019

Date set for Logan-Todd Central makeup games

From LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard: Logan County High School and Todd County Central have agreed to play their basketball district make-up games to Thursday, Jan. 31, at Todd County Central. This change will force us to move the play-in games for the Middle School Tournament on Tuesday, Jan. 29..



Jan 1, 2019

Items needed for homeless family moving into own home

A homeless family consisting of a mother and five children ages 3-14 is moving closer to having a home, but they need help. They have lived in one room at the Jesus Community Center in East Russellville for over a month, but they now have access to a two-room home. Dorris West of Concerned Citizens says donations of beds, bed clothing, pots and pans, small appliances, drapes, etc. are needed. Items can be brought to Concerned Citizens on East Fifth Street between 8 a.m.-2 p.m. this Wednesday through Friday or from 8-3 next week.



Jan 1, 2019

Landon Stratton making history in Sugar Bowl New Years night

While number five ranked Georgia plays number 15 Texas tonight in the Sugar Bowl at the Superdome in New Orleans, a player is making local history. Georgia’s Landon Stratton is believed to be the first-ever Logan Countian to be a member of a team playing in a New Year’s Day Bowl Game. Stratton is a punter for the Bulldogs, who are hoping to cement widespread belief that Georgia is the third best college football team in the nation. Stratton was a three-sport standout at Logan County High School and is the son of Russellville Mayor and First Lady Mark and Connie Stratton.



Dec 29, 2018

Naylor leads state in 3-pointers per game, stands sixth in scoring

Russellville senior Jacob Naylor leads the state in 3-pointers, according to the KHSAA. He is hitting 4.2 treys per game, a tenth more than second place Cody Porter of Shelby Valley. Naylor hit 42 of 98 long-range attempts in his first 10 games for 42.9 percent. The KHSAA lists Naylor as the sixth leading scorer in Kentucky with an average of 28.4 points per game. The state leader is Dontaie Allen of Pendleton County, who is averaging 42.9 points a game. Naylor and teammate Elijah Kemp were each named Player of a Game in the Ohio County Christmas Tournament this weekend. The Panthers won two of three games in the tournament.



Dec 27, 2018

Lady Cougars win tourney opener at AC-S

The Logan County Lady Cougars got off to a good start in the South Central Bank-Halton Classic Thursday in Scottsville. Coach Finley Baird’s team beat Covington Holmes 79-64. Friday at 4:15, the Ladies take on host Allen County-Scottsville, which beat Nelson County convincingly Friday. On Saturday, Logan will meet Nelson County at 2:30 p.m. After losing two their first of their first three games of the season, the Lady Cougars have won five of their last six outings.



Dec 27, 2018

College signing, honors continue for Caden McKinnis

Logan County senior Caden McKinnis is piling up football honors and setting up his future. Cougar coach Todd Adler announced Thursday that the offensive lineman/linebacker has been named second team all-state by USA Today. Recently he was named the top player on the Cougars' 10-2 regional semifinalist team, and he signed to play for Austin Peay State University. He is the first LCHS player to sign to play NCAA football since Landon Stratton with Murray State in 2014.



Dec 21, 2018

Paige Vanzant named Student Athlete of Wekk

Logan County High School junior point guard Paige Vanzant has been named Leachman Buick Female Student Athlete of the Month by the Bowling Green Daily News. The three-year regular for the Lady Cougars scored a career-high 34 points in a 79-72 win over Hopkinsville Monday. She hit 11 free throws, 10 two-pointers and a three-pointer. The win ran Coach Finley Baird's team's record to 5-2, but the Lady Cougars lost to visiting Metcalfe County Thursday.



Dec 21, 2018

Retirement reception next Friday for Sherry Wilkins

A public retirement reception will be held next Friday, Dec. 29, from 2 until 4 p.m. for outgoing Logan Circuit Clerk Sherry Wilkins at the Logan County Justice Center. It is in Multi-Purpose Room 131 on the first floor. The former Sherry Johnson has served the residents of Logan County for 50 years, starting in the county clerk's office and most of the time in the circuit clerk's office.



Dec 18, 2018

Cougars cut BGH lead by two-thirds but fall 68-63

Twenty-seven was not a magic number for the Logan County Cougars Tuesday. They made 27 turnovers and hit just 6 of 27 three-point attempts. Still, Coach John Tinsley's team cut Bowling Green's 17-point lead to three before falling 68-62 to the Purples. Logan was 1 of 11 from long range in the first half, but senior Kelby Epley kept putting the ball up and got four treys to fall. He scored 16 of his game-high 18 points in the final period. Anthony Woodard played a big role in the comeback, but suffered a cut that cost him playing the fourth quarter. He finished with 12 points. Third Bell's defense was big before he fouled out. Leading the way for the Purples was Isaiah Mason with 16 points. See his Logan County connections in a Sports article on The LoJo. BGH improved its record to 5-1. The Cougars suffered their first loss and are 6-1.



Dec 16, 2018

Santa to greet kids at KP Hall Christmas Even

From Archie Beck: Santa Claus will be at the K.P.Hall Christmas Eve from 3-5 pm. He will be greeting and handing out gifts to our youth. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. Sponsored by The Concerned Citizens of Logan County.



Dec 14, 2018

Lady Panthers hosting Food Bank Classic tonight

The Russellville Lady Panthers will host Frederick Fraize in the second game of the school’s Food Bank Hoops Classic. Jo Byrn and Clarksville Northeast high schools are playing the first game. Coach Cameron Jackson started similar events when he was coaching Campbellsville (beginning in 2008) and Berea (2012). He says he’s proud both events are still going strong. Those attending are encouraged to bring food donations to go to families in need for the holidays.



Dec 14, 2018

Standout senior John Hendricks of LCHS found deceased

Russellville attorney Joe Hendricks has announced today’s death of his son, Logan County High School senior John Hendricks, saying, “It appears that he died on a self-inflicted gunshot wound. We don’t have a lot of answers.” His mother, Kaye Hendricks, is a Central Office Administrator with Logan County Schools. John Hendricks was one of the most outstanding students in the history of LCHS. This year his achievements have included being named the state winner of the Wendy’s Heisman Award, placing at state in cross country running, starting a Junior Optimist Club, and being chosen Homecoming King. He was a Governor’s Scholar. His death affected the school so much that tonight’s scheduled district basketball doubleheader at Todd Central has been postponed. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Summers, Kirby & Sanders Funeral Home.



Dec 13, 2018

Bevin to hold public forum in Logan County Friday

Gov, Matt Bevin plans to be in Russellville Friday to hold a public forum. According to Logan County GOP Chairman Barry Kennedy, he will be in the Fiscal Court Room at this Historic Logan County Courthouse, beginning at 1 p.m. Karren Logan of the Logan Chamber of Commerce says topics will be "economic development and other key initiatives as well as whatever might be on your mind concerning Kentucky." This is believed to be Bevin's first public appearance in Logan County in the almost three years he has been governor. He plans to run for a second term next year.



Dec 12, 2018

Logan Tele Christmas Open House Friday

From Logan Telephone Co-op: Join us at our Christmas Open House on Friday, Dec. 14 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. We will have door prizes, refreshments, and free gifts while they last. We look forward to seeing you then!



Dec 11, 2018

Naylor breaks RHS record, Kemp breaks McLean's heart

Jacob Naylor broke an almost 40-year old school scoring record Tuesday with 48 points in leading the Russellville Panthers to a 78-76 win over visiting McLean County, But it took a layup by fellow senior Eljah Kemp with fewer that four seconds remaining to give Coach Rex Booth's team its first victory of the season, McLean star Logan Patterson fouled out with 30 points on a charge immediately after Naylor had broken the record on a 3-pointer, but Naylor fouled out less than a minute later. The old school record was 45 points scored in 1979 by Roderick Holman, who is one of four former Panthers to be inducted into the Russellville Alumni Association's Athletic Hall of Fame in a few weeks.



Dec 11, 2018

Naylor, McLean's Patterson in scoring duel

Russellville's Jacob Naylor and McLean County's Logan Patterson are locked up in an impressive offensive show at Jim Young Gymnasium. Naylor, who is averaging 24 points per game, had scored 27 points at halftime, including five 3-pointers. With three minutes left in the third quarter, Naylor hit three straight free throws to bring his total to 32. Patterson, who is averaging 28 points an outing, had 23 points at the intermission and broke the 30-point pleateau with 2:30 in the quarter. Russellville led by six at the half and had three leads of nine, but the Cougars keep cutting the margin down. Naylor brought his total to 38 with 0:35 remaining in the quarter to put the Panthers up by six. Russellville leads 61-55 going into the fourth quarter.



Dec 10, 2018

Swim Panthers make waves in Warren County meet

The Russellville swim team "made waves" at the Warren County Invitational Saturday: Personal Best Times were recorded by Daisy Lewis (50 Free), Katie Ray Holloman (100 Free), and Landon Bollenbecker (50 Free). Powering his way to a second place finish was Benjamin Slack (200 IM).



Dec 8, 2018

40th deGraffenried Chorale Christmas Concert set Sunday

For the 40th consecutive Christmas season, the deGraffenried Chorale will present a holiday concert in Russellville. It will begin at 2:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Temple. The theme is "A Nostalgic Christmas Celebration, 40 Years of Singing." The deGraffenried Chorale was organized in 1978 under the leadership of legendary RHS music director Hazel Carver. One of the original members of the chorus, retired Stevenson Elementary School music teacher Mary Beth Dowden, has been the director for several years. Also still singing from that original cast are Roy Gill, John Lees, Carolyn Mallory, Robert Stuart and Frank Walton. The accompanist for the Chorale is Susan Fox. Admission is free but donations will be accepted.



Dec 7, 2018

Guthrie Parade Saturday to honor Chief Humble

Blue Christmas is the theme of Saturday's Guthrie Christmas Parade, which begins at 10 a.m. The parade will honor former Police Chief Matthew Humble, who died this fall from cancer.



Dec 7, 2018

Local girls team win district openers at home

The margins were vastly different, but both girls teams from the Land of Logan picked up wins in their district openers Friday. In a game that was tight all the way, Logan County’s Kennedy Nichols scored on an inbounds play with 40 seconds remaining, and the Lady Cougar defense forced Franklin-Simpson into an off-balance 3-pointer at game’s end. As a result, LCHS won 43-41. Nichols finished with 12 points with Addie White & Sarah Beth Hale scoring 11 each.
The Lady Panthers of Russellville were dominant the entire game on the way to a 59-27 win over visiting Todd Central. Senior DeShayla LeBlanc scored 19 points, 13 of them already in the books midway through the second quarter. Eighth grader Amiyah Collier added 12 points and Anastasia Dowlen 10. More details will appear in later stories.



Dec 6, 2018

Lewisburg Christmas Parade to follow bazaar, tree lighting

A full day of Christmas activities will grace Lewisburg Saturday, Dec. 8. It will begin with a Christmas Bazaar conducted by the Books to Go Library at 8 a.m. A tree lighting ceremony will be held at McKinney Park at 4:30. Then the parade will start at 5 p.m. with those who want to ride in it lining up by the old Nelson Company plant from 3-5 p.m.



Dec 5, 2018

Chamber Christmas Open House to be Friday morning

The Logan County Chamber of Commerce will hold its Christmas Open House on Friday, Dec. 7, from 7:30-9:30 a.m. All Chamber members are welcome for breakfast and fellowship with other members, including the board and the Ambassadors.



Dec 3, 2018

Santa to visit Christmas at Creekwood Tuesday evening

Christmas at Creekwood will begin at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The festivities will begin with Allie Colleen, who will be singing prior to Santa arriving between 6 & 6:30 p.m. Santa will be bring Mrs. Claus, head elf, reindeer and a mini horse. Bring your camera for pictures or if not Creekwood will have someone there to take pictures if needed.



Dec 3, 2018

Dates for special events in LCHS athletics announced

Logan County High School Athletic Director Greg Howard has announced these dates for special events, all on Fridays: Jan. 25—Hall of Fame induction; Feb. 1—Homecoming; Feb. 15—Senior Night.



Dec 1, 2018

Concerned Citizens has new clothes to distribute

Concerned Citizens of Logan County has clothing to distribute, some free and some for donations. The organization, which concentrates on children but also helps people of all ages, has multiple boxes of new clothing, provided by Toggle of Bowling Green. The clothing can be selected but a donation of whatever the recipient can afford is needed. In an exchange of toys provided to Agape Service Foundation for clothing, Concerned Citizens is also giving away shirts at its East Fifth Street Russellville location. Those wanting to ‘shop’ for these clothes need to make an appointment by calling Concerned Citizens on week days at 270-725-8127. Executive Director Dorris Vick is coordinating this effort during the holidays.



Nov 30, 2018

Candlelight Christmas Service at Red River Meeting House

As has been the case for several years, a Candlelight Christmas Service will be conducted at the Red River Meeting House & Cemetery after the nearby Schochoh Christmas Parade from 2-4 p.m. Robert Operia will be the guest speaker. Music will be provided by Steve & Joyce Vann, Kathy Sneed and the Guyer children. Light refreshments will be served.



Nov 29, 2018

Schochoh Christmas Parade ready for another scenic tour

For the 29th time since the late James Harve and Margaret Smith started a parade in the middle of rich soil in big-time farming country, the Schochoh Christmas Parade will be held the first Sunday afternoon of December in South Logan. It will begin at 2 p.m. on Dec. 2 with the theme “Schochoh: It’s Where the Story Begins.” Afterwards free barbecue will be served at the Schochoh Community Center. Contact Jennifer Moore for additional information at 270-772-1245.



Nov 28, 2018

4-H Shadow Riders offering horse rides Thursday

The Logan County 4-H Shadow Riders Horse Club is offering an Open Ride Night Thursday, Nov. 29 at the Logan County Extension Arena. Pay $5 to ride.



Nov 28, 2018

Auburn Christmas Open House Dec. 1

Auburn merchants will hold their annual Christmas Open Houses on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Refreshments and gift certificates will be available.



Nov 26, 2018

Karrah Cron to sign with Wesleyan volleyball Tuesday

The connection between Kentucky Wesleyan College and Logan County High School volleyball continues to grow. Lady Cougar senior Karrah Cron, who was named Fourth Region Player of the Year and Honorable Mention All-State this season, will sign to play for Coach Eric Hagan's Panthers at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Logan Careeer & Technical Center. Coach Steven Lyne's Lady Cougars play one or more times in Owensboro every year. Former Lady Cougar star/assistant coach Hannah Hudnall signed with Wesleyan in 2011, and former Lady Cougar Sierra Morrow just finished her third season as a regular with KWC, the last two as a starter. Cron's supporters are invited to attend the signing.



Nov 25, 2018

Adairville Christmas Parade Dec. 1

The City of Adairville will hold its Christmas Parade Saturday, Dec. 1, beginning at 6 p.m. Those who wish to be in the parade should line up in front of the old fire station.



Nov 24, 2018

UK, UGA win in-state rivalries in routs

Saturday was a day of routs in intra-state rivalries in college football. Of high local interest was number 15 Kentucky's 55-10 rout of Louisville. Also beating state rivals by at least 24 points were number 1 Alabama over Auburn, number 2 Clemson over South Carolina, number 5 Georgia over Georgia Tech, number 9 Central Florida over South Florida, number 11 Florida over Florida State, and number 18 Mississippi state over Ole Miss. Also of area significance, Vanderbilt became bowl eligible by crushing Tennessee. Logan County High School graduate Landon Stratton is a member of the Georgia team which should move into the top four teams in the nation, following number 4 Michigan's loss Saturday. There will be a lot of pressure on the committee to move #10 Ohio State into that spot after the Buckeyes won 62-31 over Michigan, but Ohio State was blown out in mid-season by unranked Purdue, under the direction of former WKU coach Greg Brohm and Nick Holt. Two of Saturday's big losers were coached by former WKU coaches, Willie Taggart at FSU and (WKU assistant) Jim Harbaugh at Michigan.



Nov 23, 2018

Shakertown Holiday Market set next weekend

The annual South Union Shaker Village Holiday Market will be held 6-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, and from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1. Billed as “one of Kentucky’s finest antique and craft markets, just in time for Christmas! Features over 30 regional antique vendors and artists, all nestled in the historic atmosphere of the South Union Shaker Village.” Admission is a canned food item or donation that will be distributed to those who are needful.



Nov 22, 2018

WKU a cappella groups to present holiday concert at library

Two WKU groups will present a fun-filled a cappella holiday concert Friday, Nov. 30, featuring the WKU TrebleMakers and Redshirts!  From 6-8 p.m., they will be singing holiday tunes as well as some of their regular concert tunes. Everyone is welcome. Light refreshments will be served at the end of the concert.


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