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Feb 15, 2019

Epley scores 31 in Cougars' Senior Night 22nd win

Senior Kelby Epley scored 31 points and his team 81 during Logan County's 81-58 Senior Night win over Cumberland County Friday, but Coach John Tinsley was more interested in talking about defense after the game. He said it's the quality defense his team has been playing that needs to carry the Cougars during the postseason, which starts Monday against host Todd Central. Fellow seniors Tommy Krohn, Third Bell & Reggie Powell combined for 23 points while sophomore Rooster Woodard added 15 points and some impressive dunks and assists. Epley scored 8 quick points early in the fourth quarter to reach his point total before giving way to younger players. The Cougars led 75-44 at that juncture. The Cougars finished the regular season with a 22-6 record.

Feb 15, 2019

RHS Senior Night canceled because of weather

Senior Night at Russellville High School didn't happen Friday because of weather concerns for visitor Whitesville Trinity. For the boys, that meant seniors Jacob Naylor, Shawn Steele & Elijah Kemp didn't get their time at center court. Coach Rex Booth wrote: "They are a special group to me because when I came to Russellville, they were freshman so we’ve truly gone through the entire high school experience together, and I have been blessed to coach them over the last two years. All three of these guys are great kids who have been raised the right way by parents who love and support them. Their future is so bright and I can’t wait to see where they end up." The Panthers play Franklin-Simpson in the 13th District Tournament at Todd Central Tuesday.

Feb 15, 2019

Garrett leads Lady Cougars to Senior Night win

Brittany Garrett took advantage of increased playing time on Senior Night, as she led the Logan County Lady Cougars in scoring on the way to a 73-30 win over Cumberland County Friday. Fellow senior Sarah Beth Hale added 13 while juniors Addie White and Kennedy Nichols each added 11. Senior Carlie Alvis scored 8 points. Fellow seniors Blayke Bingham and Halie Borders joined Garrett and Hale in hitting 3-pointers. Paige Vanzant scored 7 and Bingham 6.  Coach Finley Baird’s team was so dominant that the Lady Cougars started a running clock midway through the third quarter. Baird has now won 106 games in six seasons as the LCHS bench boss.

Feb 14, 2019

TVA to complete shutdown of Paradise power plant in 2020

The Tennessee Valley Authority’s board of directors voted today to shut down the Paradise Steam Plant near Drakesboro in Muhlenberg County, not far from the Logan County line. Among the many who had communicated against the closure have been President Donald Trump and Gov. Matt Bevin. A number of Logan Countians have worked over the years at the plant. According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, TVA opened two coal-burning units on the bank of the Green River at Paradise in the early 1960s, then added the larger Unit 3 in 1970. The plant was once the largest coal-fired facility of its kind in the world, with the capacity to produce enough electricity for 950,000 homes. The utility closed Units 1 and 2 in 2017, in part to meet tougher environmental rules, and built a natural gas-fired plant to replace them. TVA chief Bill Johnson says the move will cut operating costs by about a billion dollars and that the savings will be passed along to rate payers.

Feb 13, 2019

Final Little League signup Friday

The Logan County/Russellville Little League will hold its final registration on Friday, Feb. 15, at the Russellville High School Gymnasium from 5:30-8 p.m. The league fee is $50 and is open to boys and girls from ages 9-12. Some 8 year olds are eligible, depending on their birthday. More information is available on Facebook at Logan County Little League Baseball.

Feb 13, 2019

Retired senator Nick Kafoglis dies at age 89

Dr. Nick Kafoglis, who represented Logan County in the Kentucky Senate from 1987-99, died Saturday in Connecticut at age 89. The Bowling Green physician was named Outstanding State Senator in 1996. Always a gentleman, he was an effective legislator who played a major role in education reform in Kentucky. He and his wife Pat, who died in 2016, spent a great deal of time in the Land of Logan. They are survived by four children. A public memorial service for Sen. Kafoglis, who was a graduate of Yale University and a U.S. Air Force veteran, will be held at First Christian Church in Bowling Green at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 16.

Feb 12, 2019

Ribbon cutting for Auburn Casey's set for Feb. 22

On Friday, Feb. 22, the Logan Chamber of Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting during the Grand Opening Celebration of the new Auburn location of Casey’s General Store. It’s located at the intersection of U.S.68-80 and KY 103 near the Dollar General Store. The address is 105 Sugar Maple Drive. The ribbon cutting will be held at 12:30 p.m.

Feb 10, 2019

Civil War historian to speak at Pastfinders Feb. 16

The Southern Ky Pastfinders will meet Saturday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Logan County Public Library. This month's speaker is Scott Sallee from Greenbrier. Scott is a civil war historian , author, and past contributor to the "Blue and Gray" magazine. His presentation will be entitled "Was Lincoln's War Really Caused By and Fought Over Slavery?" If you are a civil war or Lincoln enthusiast, you won't want to miss this program. The public is invited, and the admission is free, so don't let history be a mystery, come and learn with us.

Feb 9, 2019

SKY FAME recruiting event set

The third annual SKY FAME Family Recruitment Night will be held Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the SKYCTC Franklin-Simpson Center, 175 Davis Drive, Franklin. Door prizes up to $500 in value will be handed out. This is for people who may want to apply to be part of the program, which trains students to be Advanced Manufacturing Technicians while earning an Associates degree, usually in conjunction with working at a manufacturing facility. For more information, contact Kelcie Richart at kelcie.richart@kctcs.edu.

Feb 8, 2019

Russellville and Todd split district doubleheader

The similarities for Russellville's teams were striking Friday night. Both went into games at Todd Central hoping to force tiebreakers in district seedings. Both were without key senior players (Deshala LeBlanc and Elijah Kemp). Both teams got off to good starts. The difference was that the Panthers were able to hang on for the win (71-58) while the Lady Panthers fell 43-34. Jacob Naylor scored 34 points and Jaquis Todd 14 for the RHS boys while Lady Panthers Chloe Whitescarver had 11 after a two-week absence with a concussion. Jayce Buchner added 9. In the girls district tournament, number one Logan County (5-1 district) will play Todd (1-5) and RHS (4-2) will try to make it three wins in a row over Franklin-Simpson (2-4). For the boys, LCHS and Franklin (both 5-1) will flip for first and RHS and Todd (both 1-5) will do the same for third.

Feb 8, 2019

Lady Cougars' game at AC-S canceled

Big changes in Saturday's Logan County basketball schedule have been announced by Athletic Director Greg Howard. The Lady Cougars' game at Allen County-Scottsville has been canceled. And the Cougars' game time against the Patriots has been moved up to the girls' former spot at 4 p.m.

Feb 8, 2019

Senior Night to accompany tonight LCHS archery tournament

From LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard: The Logan County High School Archery Team and parents will be hosting a State Qualifier Bullseye and 3D tournament at the high school this weekend. There are almost 1300 archers registered to shoot  We will be in both the Main Gym and the Aux Gym starting a 5 p.m. on Friday and all day on Saturday. Entrance will be through Aux gym only.  We will also have Senior Night in the Aux Gym at 7:45 pm on Friday night. Come out and support the high schoolteam when they shoot at 6 and 7 p.m. and stay to recognize some amazing seniors, Lindsay Allen, Hannah Cron, Mark Lynch, and Maria BertusiCheck with your local elementary school to see when they will be in action. We have over 200 archers from our county that shoot every weekend. 

Feb 7, 2019

Swim teams headed to regional Friday in Owensboro

Both swim teams representing the Land of Logan in Friday's Regional Swim Meet at Owensboro Friday spend lots of time together. They share practice and travel time, since both of them are coached by Rachelle Wharton, so it was appropriate that they have a joint pre-regional and Senior Night Thursday. It was held at Lost River Creamery, which is owned by Scott and Angie Harris, the parents of Cougar swimmer Logan Harris. Seniors honored were Katie Ray Holloman of Russellville and Emma Macy, Maria Wells and Alexis Speck of Logan County.

Feb 6, 2019

Dontavius Blann to sign with Lindsey Wilson

From LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard: Logan County High School is proud to announce, football standout Dontavius Blann will be signing with Lindsey Wilson College. Dontavius will have his signing this Friday at 3:30 p.m. at the CTC. Everyone is invited to come celebrate this special day with Dontavius and his family!

Feb 5, 2019

Gators edge Cougars in OT

Greenwood's Noah Stansbury hit a long 3-pointer as regulation ended, and the Gators got a bucket with five seconds left in overtime to beat the visiting Logan County Cougars 44-43 Tuesday. The Cougars led most of the game but missed some key free throws in OT. Dalton Thompson led Logan with 10 points while Kelby Epley scored 9, Rooster Woodard 7, and Tommy Krohn & Reggie Powell 6 each. Ben Carroll led the winners with 15 points while Jack Roberts had 12 and Brakdon Stinnett 11.

Feb 4, 2019

Lewisburg Baseball holding signups

Lewisburg youth baseball is taking registrations for summer teams. The remaining signups will be Tuesday, Feb. 5, at Webb’s Restaurant in Lewisburg from 5:30-7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 9, from 11 a/m.-3 p.m., and Monday, Feb. 11, from 4-8 p.m. The last two are at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. Three different age groups are for ages 4-12 and girls are welcome to play. The fee is $45.

Feb 4, 2019

Horse riding available tonight at Logan Ag Arena

Logan County 4-H Shadow Riders Horse Club Open Ride Night will be held this evening at 5:30 p.m. at the Logan County Extension Arena. $5 per horse to ride and you don’t have to be a 4-H member.

Feb 2, 2019

Auburn girls, Adairville boys win county middle school tournaments

The Auburn Lady Tigers and the Adairville Cardinals are champions of the Logan County Middle School Basketball Tournaments. Both champs broke open close games in the second half. Auburn won over Olmstead and Adairville over Auburn. Watch for more later in The LoJo.

Feb 1, 2019

Adairville spellers advance

Ten spellers at Adairville School have earned the right to compete for a trip to the District Spelling Bee by finishing in the top two in their grade level competition.

The Adairville Spelling Bee will be held Monday at 9 a.m. in the school library. The top three will move on to district competition at the Logan County Extension Office on Feb. 12.

These are class winners:

4th: Reese Wetton and Caroline Boortz 
5th: Ridge Holman and Alyssa Kie
6th: Caroline Hallman and Landon Baker 
7th: Jake Regan and TyKeria Mason 
8th: Seth Graves and Ava Arnold

Feb 1, 2019

Lady Panthers beat F-S, clinch high seed

Playing without long-range shooter Chloe Whitescarver the entire game and leading scorer DeShala LeBlanc the final 10 minutes of the game, the Russellville Lady Panthers held on for a 44-35 win at Franklin-Simpson Friday. With the win, Coach Cameron Jackson's team moved to 4-1 in the district. A win next week at Todd Central would put them into a tie for the number one seed in the district tournament. Macaria Hines hit 3 of 4 free throws in the final minute and Jayce Buchner 2 of 2 in that time frame after both had made steals to seal the win. RHS had led 37-23 with 6:45 remaining in the game, but Coach Lex Lindsey's Lady Cats went on a 12-2 run. A Christina Carver goal with 1:30 remaining cut the lead to four before RHS began hitting free throws. LeBlanc, who reinjured her knee, still was high scorer with 12 points. Anastasia Dowlen recorded a double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds. Eighth grader Amiyah Collier struggled in the fourth quarter but added 8 points. Russellville is now 16-6 on the season.

Jan 31, 2019

Cougars withstand Todd surge to seal tie for top seed

Trailing 51-24 at the half, the Todd Central Rebels made an impressive run against the visiting Logan County Cougars Thursday before Logan regrouped to win 80-70. The Rebels had gone on a 16-1 run for most of the third quarter before Logan's Tommy Krohn hit a shot at the buzzer to make the Cougar lead 61-48 going into the final quarter. Todd kept clawing back. With Deonte Toliver hitting from everywhere and Clayte  Weathers getting two quick buckets, the Rebels pulled to within seven. Krohn responded with a goal, but big John Calvary hit a shot to make Logan's lead just 72-67. But Logan's Kelby Epley hit some big free throws, and Dalton Thompson hit a pair of layups against Todd's press to seal the Cougars' 18th win in 22 starts. Krohn finished with 24 points, Epley 19, Anthony Woodard 12, Thompson 10 and Third Bell 9. Toliver scored 22 for Todd, Calvary had 17 and Preston Moore 11. If Russellville wins at Franklin-Simpson Friday night, the Cougars will be the top seed. An F-S win would create a tie and a coin flip for the number one seed.

Jan 31, 2019

Lady Cougars beat Todd, clinch tie for first in district

When Sarah Beth Hale hit a 3-pointer followed by a goal by Blayke Bingham midway through the fourth quarter Thursday, visiting Logan County led the Todd Central Lady Rebels 50-27. The Logan reserves preserved the win by a 52-35 score. Hale finished with 16 points while Paige Vanzant & Kennedy Nichols added 10 each and Bingham 7. Amy Brumfield scored almost half the home team's points, tying Hale for game honors with 16. With the win, Coach Finley Baird's team improved its district record to 5-1, clinching a tie for the top seed. Russellville can tie the Lady Cougars for that number one seed if Coach Cameron Jackson's Lady Panthers can win at Franklin-Simpson Friday and then beat Todd Central next week. Todd will be the number four seed.

Jan 31, 2019

Cougars score 51 points in first half

With Tommy Krohn scoring 15 points and Kelby Epley 13 in the first half, the Logan County Cougars led Todd Central 51-24 at the half in a district game at Elkton. John Calvary scored 10 points for the Rebels despite solid defense from fellow big man Dylan Basham.

Jan 30, 2019

Logan schools still closed Thursday but games on

Logan County Schools will be closed again Thursday but the Cougars' and Lady Cougars' games at Todd Central will still be played, according to LCHS Athletic Director Greg Howard.   The games will be carried on WRUS 94.1 FM and 610 AM.

Jan 30, 2019

Marshall Kemp to speak on Pauline's

Retired Logan County and Russellville Superintendent Marshall Kemp will speak on Pauline’s, a long-time former brothel is Bowling Green that became well known across the United States, and the memoir Pauline Tabor, the madam of the brothel, wrote herself. This is scheduled Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Logan County Public Library.

Jan 29, 2019

Logan and colleges closed Wednesday, RHS and BGHS open

Logan County Schools, SKYCTC, WKU and Simpson County Schools have announced they will not be open Wednesday because of extreme weather conditions. The Russellville @RVK Panthers Twitter account has declared it "Wear Your Beanie Day" at RJSHS. Bowling Green Schools also plan to be open.

Jan 29, 2019

Logan Facility Plan Committee to meet Feb. 5

The Local Planning Committee for the Logan County School's Facility Plan will meet on Feb. 5, 2019, at 6 p.m., at the Logan County Board of Education.

Jan 29, 2019

Middle school tournament begins tonight

The Logan County Middle School Basketball Tournament begins tonight at Logan County High School with the numbers 4 and 5 seeds going against each other. In the girls bracket at 6, it will be Chandlers and Adairville. The winner will play number one seed Auburn Saturday at 9 a.m. In the boys bracket tonight, Lewisburg and Chandlers will meet at 7:30. The survivor advances to meet number one Adairville at 10:30 Saturday. Olmstead is the number 3 seed in both divisions. Championship games will be Saturday evening.

Jan 28, 2019

Quarles to speak at Chamber Ag Appreciation Breakfast Wednesday

Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles will be the guest speaker at the Logan Chamber of Commerce’s annual Agriculture Appreciation Breakfast Wednesday at 7 a.m. at the Logan County Extension Office. There’s no charge to attend but an RSVP is appreciated at 270-726-6323 or by emailing lsmart3@uky.edu.

Jan 27, 2019

Russellville Schools seeking information on alumni

Russellville Schools hope to get alumni more involved in school activities and promotions. Plans are being formulated for expanding the Russellville Alumni Association and creating a related Friends of Russellville group. Activities and benefits for members are being formulated. Superintendent Bart Flener encourages anyone who attended the city schools or wants to be involved in supporting them to send an email to alumni@russellville.kyschools.us. It should include name, year of graduation, email address, cell phone number and physical mailing address.

Jan 27, 2019

Schools split wins in Clash of the Cats

The Russellville Lady Panthers led the entire game by as much as 22 points on the way to a 56-52 upset of homestanding Logan County in the Clash of the Cats Friday. In the second game the Logan County Cougars also led the entire game, withstood some RHS runs, and beat the Panthers 61-47. Watch The LoJo for more complete stories of the games in the next few dags,

Jan 27, 2019

C-USA coaching award named for Phillip Hatchett

From WKU Athletic Director Todd Stewart: At the NCAA Convention this weekend, Conference USA Presidents and Athletic Directors voted to change the name of the conference's Men's Golf Coach of the Year to the "Phillip Hatchet Coach of the Year." Mr. Hatchett, a native of and resident of Russellville, was the Hilltopper golf coach when he had his life taken from him by an inattentive driver on U.S. 68-80 while biking last summer.

Jan 26, 2019

Soul Stirrers to sing at Bank Street Sunday

The Clarksville Soul Searchers will be in concert at Bank Street AME Zion Church on East Fifth Street in Russellville at 6 p.m. this Sunday.

Jan 24, 2019

Pedigos lead Trojanettes past Logan

When Logan County's Kennedy Nichols scored to put her team up 9-8, Barren County went on a 19-4 run the reste of the first quarter. The Lady Cougars never could catch up and fell 65-53 in Glasgow. The Trojanettes were led by the Pedigos. Bailey Pedigo hit 8 of 10 free throws on the way to 20 points, and Mallory Pedigo added 15. Sarah Beth Hale led Logan with 17 points while Paige Vanzant and Nichols added 9 each. 

Jan 23, 2019

RHS track named for Coach Matt Tipton

In a unanimous vote Tuesday, the Russellville Board of Education approved naming the track at Russellville High School Matt Tipton Track. The late Mr. Tipton coached track and field at the school for 42 seasons, beginning in 1974. It's one of the longest tenures for a coach in any sport in state history. His athletes won over 20 state championships and the entire team was state runner-up twice. He was also the first coach of Lady Panther basketball and is still the longest serving coach in that program's history. Paulette Benton Smith and Ann Page Province McReynolds made the recommendation to the board as part of a committee studying the proposal.

Jan 23, 2019

Auditions set for Logan middle musical

From Melanie Manley: Auditions for Willy Wonka Jr.for 5th-8th grade will be Thursday, Jan. 24 from 3:30-5:30 p.m, and Friday, Jan. 25, from 3:30-5:30 at the LCHS library. You just pick one day to attend. Prepare a short song to audition with! We will have callbacks if necessary on Saturday, Jan. 26. The show is scheduled to be performed the last weekend of April. (Younger students for ensemble auditions will be at a later date.)

Jan 22, 2019

Logan b'ball games at Barren County tonight still on

The Logan County Lady Cougars and Cougars will play tonight at Barren County Tuesday night despite school not having classes in person today, Athletic Director Greg Howard has announced.

Jan 21, 2019

Russellville Schools in, Logan out Tuesday

Russellville Schools will be in session Tuesday. Logan County Schools won't, at least in person. The two systems made those announcements on Twitter Monday. The city schools have not been in session since Wednesday. They were closed Thursday and Friday because of widespread illness and on Monday for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance. Logan was out Monday for MLK Day. Both would have undoubtedly been dismissed Monday because of the estimated three-inch snow Saturday night along with the bitter cold. WRUS reported the early morning temperature at six degrees. Russellville Superintendent Bart Flener praised the efforts of road crews and school staff in cleaning streets and parking lots. Logan is the eighth largest county in Kentucky and many backroads are difficult to clear. This will be the first Non Traditional Instruction Day of the year for Logan students to study at home.

Jan 20, 2019

Monica Edwards to head Monroe library

Monica Edwards, who played key roles for Logan County Public Library for several years before leaving for the Warren County Public Library, has been named director of the William B. Harlan Memorial Library in Monroe County. A going away party is going to be held Friday, Jan. 25, from4:30-6:30 p.m. at the Historic RailPark and Train Museum on Kentucky Street in Bowling Green.  Her friends and admirers are invited.

Jan 20, 2019

Arts council plans summer drama productions in June

The Russellville Arts Council in Kentucky has announced its Summer Drama productions for June. President Larry Vaught says, “We will be featuring a Dance Camp based on the story line of 101 Dalmations for students in third to fifth grades (June 3-7). For our sixth graders through graduating seniors, we will be featuring the ground breaking Rodger and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma ...one of the most fun musicals ever produced! (June 24-29). Auditions for both events will be held around the third week of May.” This is open to students in Logan County and adjoining counties. For more details, email larryvaught2015@gmail.com.

Jan 20, 2019

Funeral services for John Heatherly postponed

Price Funeral Home has announced that funeral services for the late John Heatherly have been postponed from Sunday to Tuesday because of the cold and snow. The correct times are listed in his obituary on The LoJo.

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.

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