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Jul 8, 2024

Kids and parents can get goodies at Logan Farmers' Market Tuesday

From Logan County 4-H: “Join us for an afternoon of fun at the Logan County Farmers' Market on Tuesday, July 9, from 2-4 p.m.! Free goodie bags to the first 180 kids and 100 parents (limit 1 parent bag per family).” The Farmers’ Market will continue until 6 p.m., as usual. The goodie bags usually contain Kids’ Bucks, which can be spent on Farmers’ Market items throughout the remainder of the season. The market is located in the pavilion behind the Logan County Extension Office.

Jul 7, 2024

Jackson's Orchard to bring peaches to Logan Thursday

One of the area's legendary agri-businesses, Jackson's Orchard, will return to Logan County this summer with a truckload of fresh peaches for sale. The mega-growing/selling fresh fruit provider will bring a load of peach baskets to Russellville this Thursday, July 11, at approximately 11:30 a.m. The location will be the same as it has been the past few years, the Fellowship Church on Franklin Street near East Fourth Street across from the old Logan County Hospital. Also, Turner Valley Produce will have a variety of vegetables for sale. There is no set closing time; it will be based on when Jackson's Orchard peaches are sold out.

Jul 5, 2024

Culvert work to close Gordonsville Road

A project to replace a culvert will temporarily close a section of KY 1151 Gordonsville Road in Logan County. The closure is expected to begin Wednesday, July 17, with the road reopening Friday, July 26. The closure will be at mile point 5.8 located just north of U.S. 68. Motorists will need to seek alternate route. Message boards will be in place notifying motorists of the closure.

Jul 5, 2024

Summer Health Clinics offered at Logan Schools

Logan County Schools will be hosting Clinic Days in July for school physicals and immunizations. will be offered for all ages and immunizations for sixth graders and up. Scheduled days are Adairville July 15, Auburn July 19, Chandlers July 22, Olmstead July 26, Lewisburg July 29 and Logan County High School July 31

Jul 5, 2024

Bloodmobiles to be in Auburn & R'ville today

Red Cross Bloodmobiles are scheduled to be in Russellville and in the Auburn area this afternoon. One will set up at New Friendship Baptist Church at 5030 Friendship Road, Auburn. from noon-6 p.m. Another will be at Second Baptist Church, 401 East Second Street, Russellville, from 2-6 p.m.

Jun 24, 2024

Logan County featured in Jeopardy question

A $1,200 question on the ultra-popular game show Jeopardy today began with the words “Logan County, Ky…”  The category was “Where’s the meeting?” The entire question asked by host Ken Jennings: Logan County, Ky. in 1800 is credited as the birthplace of the fervent religious gatherings called these 4-letter meetings.” This was referring to the Great Awakening at the Red River Meetinghouse between Adairville and Schochoh. A replica of the church building still stands on the site and attracts visitors annually from around the world. The correct answer was “camp meetings.” (Remember, they were looking for a 4-letter word.) None of the three contestants offered an answer.

Jun 20, 2024

RHS Principal Booth accepts top post in Trigg County

Russellville High School Principal Rex Booth has been named superintendent of the Trigg County Schools, effective July 1. Booth has been principal of both RHS for three years. He was previously counselor and head basketball coach at RHS after the Booths came to Russellville in 2015, but they left briefly for a principalship in his native Edmonson County. He and his wife Shannon have been very active in the community, and we was close to many faculty and staff members as well as students.

Jun 20, 2024

Library offering coffee paining, adult tie dying classes

Two special art classes are being offered by Logan County Public Library in July. At 5 p.m. on July 8, Coffee Painting will involve exploring a new medium, coffee. Laura Christmas will be the instructor. On July 18 at 10 a.m., under the tent participants can try different tie dye techniques. The library will provide the dye and white handkerchiefs, while supplies last, but if you want to bring a shirt or other white item to dye, feel free. Space is very limited, so it’s important to contact the library early to reserve a space.

Jun 16, 2024

Fair livestock shows run Monday-Friday

The Logan County Fair has expanded and has been divided into two segments this year. The one which emphasizes agriculture is this week. Livestock shows are scheduled the first five days. Monday’s Beef Cattle Show begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday’s Alpaca Show starts at 1. Dairy Cattle will be shown Wednesday, beginning at 10 a.m. Goats and sheep will share the focus on Thursday with goats beginning at 5 and sheep 30 minutes later. The main swine show will start at 6 p.m. Friday, but the KDA Gilt Show is scheduled at 10 a.m. All shows are in the Ag Arena in the UK Ag Complex beside the Extension Office.

Jun 6, 2024

Ben Slack plays key role in UK Baseball

Russellville High School graduate Ben Slack is an important part of the nationally second-ranked University of Kentucky baseball team, which entertains Oregon State this weekend for a berth in the NCAA World Series. Slack was known primarily for academic excellence and swimming at RHS. He has continued great things in the classroom, graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in History. He played club men’s volleyball for UK and was president of the team as a junior. He had to give it up this semester to serve as sports information director for the Bat Cats during arguably the best season in program history. He couldn’t have asked for a better year to fill that key role.

Jun 5, 2024

Chamber's Men in Business Luncheon features local businessmen

The Logan County Chamber of Commerce 2024 Men in Business Luncheon will be Thursday, June 20, at the Logan County Extension Office. This year the event will include a discussion by a panel of local businessmen, including Mike Buckentin of Logan Aluminum, Lee Coursey of Russellville Dental Lab, USMC (Ret) Maj. Gen. Jerry Humble of the O’Bannon House Preservation Foundation, Chris McGinnis of WRUS, and Osmany Portales of Portales Building and Remodeling LLC. Advance tickets can be purchased from the Chamber.

Jun 5, 2024

Pete Reis named RMS assistant principal

Russellville Middle School has announced the selection of Pete Ries as RMS Assistant Principal. Coach Ries has been a member of the Russellville Independent School District in many capacities. A press release states, "We know those experiences will suit us well in the coming years. We look forward to great things from Russellville Middle Schoo.l and adding Mr. Ries to the team will only cement that process."

Jun 5, 2024

Southern Heights planning Foster Parents Night Out

All foster or adoptive parents in Logan or Todd counties are invited to the SHBC Foster Parents Night Out on Aug. 2, beginning at 6 p.m. at Southern Heights Baptist Church. Registration is now underway and lasts through July 13. Included will be a special parent dinner, a parent worship and devotions, and a kids drop-off at the church’s Legacy Center Gym where pizza and activities will be offered. For information, call 270-726-3491 or visit the church’s website.

Jun 3, 2024

Farmers' Market Tuesday hours new this year

The hours for Tuesday sessions of the Logan County Farmers' Market this year have changed. For the first time ever, vendors will be open on Tuesdays from 3-6 p.m. The idea is to give people on their way home from work to stop by to pick up food items for the evening meal. Currently, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, zucchini, potatoes, cabbage, candy onions and jellies are among the produce available. The market is located under the pavilion on the south side of the Logan County Extenion Ag Complex.

Jun 3, 2024

NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet Saturday

The Russellville-Logan County NAACP will host the 44th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet on June 8 at the Russellville Memorial City/County Park. The program will begin at 6 p.m. The guest speaker will be County Judge Executive Phil Baker. He will have a presentation for our audience and a message directly for our 2024 NAACP Scholarship recipient, Treyvonn Rashard Stevenson from Russellville High School. A menu of smoked beef, fried chicken, green beans and more which includes a variety of deserts, and beverages. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for guests under 18 years old.

May 29, 2024

Barren County ends Lady Panther season

The game was much closer than when they first played, but Barren County ended Russellville's season 10-6 Tuesday in the semifinals of the Fourth Region Softball Tournament at WKU. Details of the game will follow later. Coach Ryan Davenport says, :I can tell you that these young ladies have taught me so much more than I've taught them. Watching them play brings so much joy to my heart. We have some remarkable young ladies at RHS and I'm so proud to be their coach. What an awesome season ladies."

May 28, 2024

Fun on Friday at Life Skills

May 27, 2024

Jermani Morris leads RHS tracksters to state

Seven Russellville athletes have qualified in seven events for the state Class 1A track meet Thursday at the University of Kentucky track. Jermani Morris qualified in four event—the 100, 200, 100 relay and 200 relay. Joining her on both of the relays are Aubreigh Cross, Jae’da Poindexter, and Samyra Jefferson. For the boys, Too Two Mckeage made it in the long jump, Rolando Pacheco in the 300m hurdles and Jordan Inscoe in the unified long jump. Mikie Benton is the RHS track coach.

May 25, 2024

Seth Whittaker to coach revamped RHS baseball

Russellville High School has announced it not only plans to resume fielding a high school baseball team in 2025 but also who will lead it.  Former Panther baseball player Seth Whittaker has been named the new coach. Whittaker earned a spot on the All-District team during his senior year in 2008. Whittaker has served as an assistant coach for the middle and high school softball programs over the past two seasons. His cousin, Ryan Davenport, the school's head softball coach and ahtletic director, says, "Coach Whittaker will start working right away and plans to schedule a meeting with prospective players and parents sometime in the first week of June."

May 24, 2024

Claire Perkins chosen for Governor's School for the Arts

Logan County High School student Molly Claire Perkins has been selected to attend the Governor's School for the Arts this summer. Every summer, GSA faculty of professional artists and educators guide over 500 of Kentucky’s finest young artists through three weeks of" incredibly intense (and incredibly fun) arts instruction. For three weeks, the students live, breathe, eat and sleep the arts. It’s a thrilling, often life-changing experience, as they meet new friends, explore their creativity, and discover new things about who they are and who they can be in the future."

May 24, 2024

Grayson Beard named Governor's Scholar

Grayson Beard, who has just completed his junior year at Russellville High School, has been named a 2024 Governor Scholar. He has been highly successful in both academics and band. His sister, Gracianne Beard, was the 2023 RHS valedictorian.

May 24, 2024

Kelly Russell's fatal accident came 50 years ago today

On May 24, 1974--a half-century ago today, Russellville High School baseball standout Kelly Russel was struck at the base of his skull by a slowly thrown baseball during the Panthers' warmup for the Fourth Region Tournament. It apparently burst an anneurism near his brain, and he never took another breath without mechanical assistance. His funeral was held a week later at RHS' deGraffenried Auditorium. The baseball field at RHS is named for him, baseball and softball games are played at an event bearing his name, and many Panther student-athletes have received financial asisstant for higher education through the Kelly Russell Scholarship.

May 22, 2024

Lady Cougars win softball district in bonus Clash

The Logan County Lady Cougars put together a big fourth inning on the way to a 9-5 win over Russellville and the 13th District Tournament championship Tuesday night at Elkton. After Lady Panther Madison Penrod drove in the tying run at 3-3 in the top of the fourth inning, LCHS scored five runs in the bottom of the inning. The big hit was a two-run triple by Hailey Burgess .RHS’ Chloe Penrod homered in the fifth, but the Lady Panthers couldn’t get enough offense going to overcome the deficit. More stats and pictures will follow on The LoJo.

May 20, 2024

Lady Cougars come from behind in district

Homestanding Todd Central came close to pulling off what would have been one of the biggest upsets in Kentucky Softball this season, but the Logan County Lady Cougars came back from four runs down to edge the Lady Rebels 6-5 in 13th District Tournament action. Shayla Johnson was a key player, both pitching in relief and driving in runs. Also getting hits were KK Harper, Kinley Holloway, Maddie Burgess and Emerson McKinnis. The Lady Cougars worked eight walks off Todd pitching, including 2 each by Sydni Blick and McKinnis. Naomi Welborn went 3 for 4 for Todd, and Abby Williams, Maliyah Meriweather and Addison Woodall each got multiple hits while Rylann Griggs, Jocelyn Mock and Welborn each drove in a run.

May 20, 2024

Cougars to play in regional quarters today

Two Logan County tennis players will be in action this afternoon in the regional tournament quarterfinals at Warren County’s Buchanon Park at 4:30 p.m.. Trapper McCarley and Pablo Martin Celadilla each won two matches this weekend. McCarley will go against South Warren’s Jackson Donavan and Celadilla will take on Greenwood’s Tyler Sherrod. Also winning first round matches for Logan were Maddie McGinnis, Emily Borers, and the doubles teams of Hannah Britt-Bella Gaddis and Joshua Clark-Matteo Accorsi.

May 20, 2024

District softball tourney starts today

The Logan County Lady Cougars are the heavy favorites and the Russellville Lady Panthers want to prove they are a contender when the opening games of the 13th District Softball Tournament are played at Todd Central. Having won 18 of their last 19 games and 26 of 30 overall, Logan has romped in its six district games by a combined score of 64-13. Coach Gary Gettings’ team plays Todd Central (12-14 overall, 0-6 district) at 5:30. RHS (22-13, 2-4) is favored over Franklin-Simpson (17-7, 4-2) by the KHSAA’s RPI, but the Lady Cats have beaten the Lady Panthers in both regular season meetings. That game starts at 7:30. The championship game is scheduled for 5:30 Wednesday.

May 18, 2024

Logan Farmers' Market to open Saturday, June 1

Two weeks from today the 2024 season of the Logan County Farmers Market will open on Saturday, June 1. Saturday times will be the same as in previous years--7:30-noon through October. Tuesday times have changed back closer to where they were before the 2023 season. Tuesday sessions will run from 3-6 p.m., and they will go a month longer than last season, through September. The market is located for the 17th straight year under the pavilion at the rear of the UK Ag Complex behind the Logan County Extension Office.

May 18, 2024

Russellville schools offering free summer meals

Russellville Schools have announced that any child 18 and younger can receive a meal at either site, regardless of what school they attend. The sites are Stevenson Elementary School on North Main and Russellville High School on West Ninth. Breakfast is served from 7:30-8:30 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m.-noon. Meals must be consumed onsite May 26-June 7. From June 10-July 31 meals will be available for pickup on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m.-noon at the cafeteria entrance.

May 17, 2024

Conrad Reding named RMS principal

Conrad Reding, who has been serving as assistant principal of Russellville Middle School, has been named RMS principal. The official announcement follows: “We are excited to welcome Conrad Reding to his new role as Principal of Russellville Middle School. Mr. Reding is beginning his 21st year in education and his 11th here with us in Russellville Independent Schools. His many experiences in the classroom, in various leadership roles within the district, and those this past year as Assistant Principal, have prepared him for this new role.

May 17, 2024

New Friendship to celebrate 190 years Sunday

New Friendship Baptist Church outside Auburn will celebrate its 190th anniversary this Sunday. It will begin with Prelude led by Bro. Jamie Lawrence at 9:45 a.m., followed by the Homecoming Service led by Bro. David Brown, Bro. John Brichett Jr, Bro. Scott Hughes and Lawrence. After a potluck lunch, a Homecoming Praise and Worship Service led by Wanda and Jim Dobbins, Bro. Mark Mudd and Lawrence will begin at 1 p.m. The church is located at 5030 Friendship Road, Auburn.

May 15, 2024

Cougars seeded first, headed to region

The Logan County Cougars are making history this season. They are not only the top seed in the 13th District Baseball Tournament, but they already know they will be playing in the regional tournament—the first time a team has known that in advance for at least 30 years. Because Russellville is not fielding a high school team and because the Cougars outscored Franklin-Simpson in the split of their two meetings (7-1, 2-3), Coach Ethan Meguiar’s team is on top. Both of them swept Todd Central. Franklin will play host Todd Monday at 6 p.m. The winner will meet Logan in Tuesday’s 6 p.m. finals.

May 15, 2024

Sloan Coursey to sign with Union

Logan County volleyball standout Sloan Coursey will officially sign her papers today to play for the Union College Bulldogs. The ceremony will begin at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the LCHS Main Gym. She has been part of the outstanding Lady Cougar Volleyball for five years and has been all-district and all-region. She holds the school record for the most assists in a season. Her varsity career totals: Kills 281, Blocks 62, Assists 2,774, Digs 456, Aces- 228. Union is now officially Union Commonwealth University.

May 9, 2024

Sam Edge to get Med Center Health work experiece

Russellville High School student Sam Edge has been selected to participate in the 2024 Med Center Health Student Ambassador program. This will afford him the chance to acquire practical experience in diverse healthcare roles at Med Center Health during a four-week period throughout the upcoming summer.

May 9, 2024

RHS Ambassadors named for next year

2024-25 Russellville High School Student Ambassadors. To be chosen, students had to complete an application as well as go through an interview process with RHS school administration. Ambassadors are as follows: Front Row (L:R) - Aliza Wilson, Xalola Finch, Addy Wright, Jaeda Poindexter, Heer Patel, Alison Perez, and Maya Rangel; Back Row (L:R) - Ella Kate Parrish, Jerius Coleman, Grayson Beard, Sam Edge, Gage Bollenbecker, Trystanne Hickman, Chloe Penrod, Adreonna Clayton, Caleb Ragland, and Yuraly Lopez.

May 8, 2024

LCHS cheerleaders named for 2024-25

Newly named cheerleaders for Logan County High School are Kailyn Adler, Brooklyn Armstrong,  Adrianna Bell, Kamya Burr, Addie Cartas, Bayleigh Connelly, Sophia Corbin, Hannah Holloway, Alicia Lack, Selena Lack, Allie Neal, Madison Neighbors, Deleah Payne, Madison Peck, Chaney Price, Lilly Robey, Kennedy Ross, Nia Scipio, Malorie Scott, Morgan Taylor, Kylie Uhles, Skylar Ward, Addi West, London Yates and Ava Young.

May 8, 2024

South Union Hotel site of Shaker Sunday Brunch

Shaker Village will host “an unforgettable Sunday brunch” created by River Cottage Farms. Sunday, May 19, at 1869 South Union Hotel. It’s by reservation only, $90 per ticket. For more info and menu, see the South Union Shaker Village page on Facebook.

May 8, 2024

Auburn Frog Jumping Contest Saturday

Auburn Tourism will conduct its annual Frog Jumping Contest this Saturday near the creek at the Auburn Park, beginning at 11 a.m. There will be four age groups with monetary prizes for the top three in each. Groups are 0-5, 6-10, 11-15 and 16 and over. Contestants should bring their own frogs. Free ice cream will be available as long as supplies last. Call Tourism’s Rhonda Sullivan for information at 270-725-5923.

May 8, 2024

Russellville schools staying in session

From Russellville Schools: At this time, All RISD schools will be dismissing at our regular time. After school activities are canceled. If the weather deteriorates at dismissal, we will hold students and buses until it is safe to dismiss.

May 8, 2024

Logan schools dismissing early today

All Logan County schools will dismiss early today (5/8/24) due to the potential for severe weather this afternoon. LCHS will dismiss at 12:40. All K-8 schools will dismiss at 1 p.m. 

Apr 29, 2024

RMS Cheer Team named for next year

After recent tryouts, Coach Derek Johnson has named the Russellville Middle School Cheer Team for 2024-25. They are Rhlee Allen, Addie Basham, Lauren Bedel, Ayriauna Bess, Javeyah Bigbee, Leela Boisseau,  Majestic Boyd, Kamoni Covington, Anyiah Hampton, Layla Hampton, Kinsley Harvey, Nasheli Hernandez, Denaziq Kennedy, Jai Levell, Josie Penrod, Jossy Poindexter, Rose Staggs, Kiki Stovall, Khloe Sydnor, Emmalyn Thomas, Nora Ward and Aliza Wilson.

Apr 29, 2024

4-H Livestock Showmanship Clinic Saturday

The Logan County 4-H Livestock Club Showmanship Clinic is planned for this Saturday at the Ag Arena adjacent to the Logan County Extension Office. Those planning to show cattle should be there from 1-2:30 p.m. with the clinic for those showing swine from 2:30-4. This is in preparation for the livestock shows that are in the early portion of the Logan County Fair in June as well as other shows in the area.

Apr 28, 2024

Thompson, Zenner join Lady Cougar basketball staffs

The addition of two well-known figures in local sports/education to the Logan County Lady Cougar Basketball coaching staff. was announced this weekend. Nathan Thompson, a local banker who has served as head coach of Cougar men’s basketball and athletic director of his alma mater, Russellville High School, will assist Coach Dedra Adler on the high school team. Cassie Faughn Zenner, who played basketball at Todd Central and served in many roles with the Russellville Schools, including principal of Russellville Middle School, will be head coach of the Logan County Middle School team. She currently works at the Green River Regional Education Cooperative.

Apr 27, 2024

Lady Panthers sweep All A pool, advance to semis

The Russellville Lady Panthers edged Hickman County 4-3 in 10 innings Saturday and then won their next two games with ease to win their pool in the All A state tournament at Owensboro Saturday. Coach Ryan Davenport’s team will play Jackson County at 8:30 Sunday morning in the semifinals. he KHSAA RPI makes RHS a slight favorite against the Jackson County Lady Generals.The Lady Panthers beat Green County 11-1 and Lexington Chrisitan 14-2 in their second and third game Saturday.

Apr 26, 2024

Russellville Rotary honors top teachers

Russellville Rotary Club presented its annual Outstanding Teacher Awards to teachers from all public schools in our community Thursday. The 2024 winners are LaShawnda Lee of Logan County CTC, Christie Chick of Lewisburg, Jennifer Rogers of Russellville High School, Shelia Thomason-Washer of Olmstead, Beth Canler – Russellville Middle School, Jon Jukes -Logan County High School, Joshua Hall – Auburn, James Sisenstein – Stevenson Elementary, Nikki Jones – Chandlers and Joshua Robertson – Adairville.

Apr 26, 2024

City and county schools seek school safety sponsors

Logan County Schools and Russellville Independent Schools are partnering together for commitments to school safety. They are seeking local sponsorship for the purchase and implementation of the Centegix School Safety Alert System to further enhance the safety of our students and staff across both school districts. The school districts are holding two 30-minute informational sessions about the sponsorship for local business leaders. The first is on Tuesday, May 7, at 4:30 p.m., and the second is on Friday, May 10, at 9:30 a.m. Both of these meetings are at the Logan County Career and Technical Center, 2400 Bowling Green Rd., Russellville.

Apr 24, 2024

Summer Saturdays on The Square offered

People could have ample reasons to come to downtown Russellville on Saturdays for the next four months, the Logan County Chamber of Commerce has announced. Summer Saturdays on The Square will run May through August. Vendors are invited to set up in the two vacant lots on the corner of East Fourth and Main streets where historic buildings have been razed. A fee of $150 will be assessed for a Vendor Permit with Chamber members paying a discounted $100. Times will be “sunup to sunset.” Contact the Chamber at 270-726-2206 for more information.

Apr 24, 2024

Concerts @ Carrico begin next week

Jaimie Ryan & The Nashville Players will kick off this summer’s Concert @ Carrico series next week. They will perform on Carrico Park Square in Russellville Saturday, May 4, beginning at 6 p.m. In addition to live music, food trucks and vendors will be available, The event is free. Attendees should provide their own seating.

Apr 24, 2024

RHS Drama to present popular musical

The stage at deGraffenried Auditorium will be filled with music and fun this weekend when the Russellville High School Drama Department presents the beloved Disney children’s musical The Little Mermaid three times. Showings will begin Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.

Apr 24, 2024

RMS begins search for new principal

Russellville Middle School has begun the search for a new principal. The Board of Education had a called meeting Tuesday to begin their part of the process. The position being open was advertised April 16, and applications will be accepted until May 12. Interviews are to begin May 15. Darryl Green of Christian County has been the RMS principal the last two years. Two of the desirable qualities being sought for the person filling the role are “rooted in community” and “district of choice.”

Apr 23, 2024

Softball teams get district wins

Streaks continued Tuesday in district diamond play for teams from the Land of Logan. The Russellville Lady Panthers beat Todd Central for the 17th straight game, dating back to April 25, 2017. Sixteen of those wins have been with Ryan Davenport as coach. Tuesday’s score was 12-2. The Logan County Lady Cougars beat Franklin-Simpson for the sixth straight time and ran their record against the Lady Cats to 11-1 since the start of the 2019 season. Tuesday’s win was by 14-3.  The visiting baseball Cougars, however, lost to Franklin-Simpson 3-2 Tuesday after dominating the Wildcats 7-1 Monday. Two of the top programs in Fourth Region baseball, they tend to split victories every season.

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