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Logan County schools will be continuing with virtual learning next week as the district’s winter break comes to an end and plans to get students back in the buildings after a couple of weeks.

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Canine’s from eight different law enforcement agencies re-certified in narcotic detection and patrol work recently in Owensboro — including Russellville Police Department Sgt. Chris Bellar and his canine partner Jaxx.

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Expressing concerns about internet connection at the three emergency radio tower sites in Auburn, Lewisburg, and Russellville, Magistrate Tyler Davenport wasn’t sure what was going on and suggested the county find out if they are actually paying for the service.

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Assuring church services are offered at the Logan County Detention Center is something personal for jailer Phil Gregory, who is adamant about continuing despite the many changes he has had to implement at the jail over the past eight months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Logan County had the lowest unemployment rate in the region and one of the lowest in the entire state as the latest numbers were released this week by the Kentucky Center for Statistics (KYSTATS), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

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Last month an executive order from Kentucky governor Andy Beshear closed all schools in the state to in-person classes, beginning on Nov. 23.