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A propane leak on a food truck set up on the square in Adairville on Wednesday, Sept. 21, caused a flash fire that sent two individuals to the hospital by helicopter.

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Logan Memorial Hospital in Russellville, Ky. awarded a grant on Sept. 20, 2022, of $5,000 to Sleep in Heavenly Peace — Bowling Green, an organization dedicated to building, assembling, and delivering top-notch bunk beds to children and families in need in Southcentral Kentucky. The grant was…

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Special Judge Kelly Mark Easton set a trial date of Dec. 14, 2022, for local attorney Joe Stewart Wheeler. Wheeler was indicted by a Logan County Grand Jury on March 25, 2022, on one count of theft by unlawful taking or disposition ($10,000 or more) Class C Felony and one count of theft by u…

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Mr. and Mrs. Randy Belcher, of Lewisburg, is pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cynthia Belcher, to Brian Mason, son of Brian Mason, Sr., and Rhonda Houser.

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The annual meeting of the Red River Meeting House and Cemetery Association has been held since 1948 and continues to be held on the second Sunday of September, this year was on the 11th.

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Magistrates met Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 9 a.m. in the historic Logan County courthouse for the bi-monthly meeting of the fiscal court. The court manages the county’s financial affairs. There are six districts within the county and each has an elected representative on the court.

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Affordable Lawn Care, the company awarded the bid to clean up litter off of the county’s roads, has backed out. Nathan Cockrill, Logan County’s Solid Waste Coordinator, said the gentleman who owns the company, upon reflection, didn’t think he could pay his men enough at the bid price agreed upon.

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The Constitution, one of our nation’s most important documents, is celebrated each year during the week of Sept. 17 to Sept. 23. During Constitution Week, Americans are encouraged to reflect on the rights and responsibilities of each citizen for protecting and defending the Constitution.

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On Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022, at approximately 10:30 p.m., the Logan County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to a single-vehicle accident on US 68-80 West at the Logan and Todd County line.

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The City of Lewisburg has a new mayor. Kathy Whitescarver-Stewart, who is a seated council person for the city, was appointed as mayor pro tem on Monday to fill the vacant seat left by former Mayor Matthew Morr who left early in August.

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Russellville held its 43rd annual “Show of Bands” Saturday, Sept. 17 at Rhea Stadium. This year, Russellville hosted bands from Greenwood High School, South Warren High School, Logan County High School, and Franklin-Simpson High School. Russellville performed its show titled “Juno.”

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Several bands have signed up to play at the 31st annual Logan County Bluegrass Festival Saturday, Sept. 17 at Auburn park. The festival will feature bluegrass music from both local and out-of-state bands. Jaymes Dulworth, the event organizer for the last several years, promises a good time w…

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The Kentucky State Police (KSP) held its annual sworn awards ceremony in Lexington to honor 75 troopers and officers who put on a uniform each day to patrol Kentucky neighborhoods with a mission of serving and protecting their fellow citizens. The achievement awards presented were for acts o…

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On Thursday, Sept. 8 at 7:42 a.m., the Logan County Sheriff’s Department received a call in reference to a vehicle collision with injuries on US 68-80 East -Bowling Green Road in front of the Logan County CTC. Upon arrival, deputies located two vehicles involved.

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Russellville’s Panther Band is preparing for its 43rd annual “Show of Bands” to be held Saturday, Sept. 17 at 5 p.m. at Rhea Stadium in Russellville, Ky. The band has already made remarkable strides this year, recently placing 2nd in Class 2A at the Franklin-Simpson Marching Band Invitationa…

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The Colonel Benjamin Logan Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution from Logan County will host a Patriot Grave Marking Ceremony for two Revolutionary War soldiers on Saturday, Sept. 24th at 2 p.m. at Maple Grove Cemetery in Russellville.

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On Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 11:47 a.m. School Resource Officers at Todd County Central High School were notified of a student having a weapon on their person. According to the Todd County Sheriff’s Office, contact was made with the student and he was removed from the building. A handgun was lo…

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The Emergency Communications Center (ECC-911) is one of the most important departments in a community. Dispatchers work long and tiring hours answering incoming calls and talking to people during some of the hardest times of their lives while getting them the help they need. Connecting emerg…

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The Russellville Police Department responded Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022, to a call of an unresponsive female at a home on McArthur Street, Russellville. Ania Hardesty, 19, was found deceased inside the residence.

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Want to know a bit about your health but don’t want to make that appointment to go and see the doctor? Logan Memorial Hospital in conjunction with the Logan County Chamber of Commerce and the annual Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival is bringing you that chance with free health scr…

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A portion of the old fairgrounds property off Hwy. 68-80 (Hopkinsville Road), Russellville, now part of the West Industrial Park, is undergoing some major changes.

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Blevins, Tyrone K.-08/29/2022-public intoxication-control sub(excludes alcohol)-drug paraphernalia — buy/possess-poss cont sub 1st deg, 1st off (methamphetamine)

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An Alvaton man lost his life in the early morning hours of Thursday, Sept. 8 on U.S. 79 South — Clarksville Road, Russellville.

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Directors, staff, and graduates of the Grace Recovery program are shown on Aug. 13 at the Logan County Extension Complex.

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Logan County’s 2022 Tobacco & Heritage Festival is upon us once again to be held Sept. 22-Oct. 8. This year marks the 65th year of our community’s biggest event for those who call Logan home, and for those who join with us in a homecoming.

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Caring volunteers of Stuff The Bus 2022 raised a grand total of $21,354 exceeding last year’s donations for Logan County kids. One-hundred% of the total raised will be distributed to the Family Resource Youth Service Centers (FRYSC) of Logan County and Russellville Independent Schools.

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Kirby Funeral Services is starting its 2nd annual coat drive. The first drive launched at the end of summer 2021 to help those in the community stay warm during the winter.

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The 31st annual Logan County Bluegrass Festival is slated for Saturday, Sept. 17 at Auburn park.

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Addiction, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is, “A compulsive, chronic, physiological or psychological need for a habit-forming substance, behavior, or activity having harmful physical, psychological, or social effects and typically causing well-defined symptoms such as (anxiety, irritability,…

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The Red River Meeting House and Cemetery Association’s annual meeting will be held on Sunday, Sept. 11 with a potluck dinner on the grounds beginning at 1 pm. Following the meal, the Wells Valley Boys from Robertson County, Tenn. will be providing music and Circuit Judge Joe Hendricks will b…

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Caleb Parks, 22, was arrested on Aug. 29, 2022, in Sumner County, Tenn., and charged with Manslaughter 2nd degree and Wanton Endangerment 1st degree for the death of Cody Elmore, 22, which occurred on Dec. 8, 2020.

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Single mom Cordy Brown can’t catch a break. Not only does she lose her job, but the quaint English cottage she pools her savings to purchase is the very definition of a money pit. To top it off, a delivery man appears on her doorstep with a shipment of bees and announces she’s their new care…

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A partnership between the Logan County Chamber of Commerce and the City of Russellville to bring entertainment to the citizens of our community and visitors alike proved to be just the ticket for those looking for something local to do this summer. The Concert @ Carrico summer series beginni…

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Ed Pulley is serving as Auburn’s new code enforcement officer working with the city government to ensure that properties are following city ordinances. Code enforcement officers are required to inspect properties and record violations as part of their regular assessment or in response to com…