Magistrate Jo Orange and Dickie Carter want to close the county's recycling center located on Morgantown Road, accept on Fridays. Both feel the county is wasting money unnecessarily by keeping the center open five days a week when it...
Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Crit Luallen was in Adairville on Wednesday to award a ceremonial check to the city for money from a Community Block Development Grant (CBDG) that will be used for water and sewer improvements.
The annual Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness walk took place on the Russellville town square on Monday with students from Stevenson Elementary and Olmstead School taking part, along with many members of the community.
The Logan County fiscal court voted Tuesday to have a committee attend a Humane Society board meeting and try to get it to begin making drastic changes pertaining to the county animal shelter.
Did you know that The Ten Commandments contain 6 commandments about people relations and the other 4 are related to God/ Worship? I believe this means God places a higher value on our relationships with each other than Himself. And isn't this...
It is now three o'clock in the afternoon on Tuesday and I was supposed to have my article to Mr. O.J. yesterday. As the old saying goes, “I am a day late and a dollar short”!
What a week for Adairville. We were honored to have Lt. Governor Crit LuAllen come to Adairville on Wednesday to present us with a check for $577,770 for our water and sewer project. This was a CDBG grant administered through the Department of Local...
Congratulations to the students pictured who were chosen as Leaders of the Month at Chandler's School. Each teacher chose one student who best demonstrated the traits of a leader during that month.
Fourth grade students from Logan, Allen, Butler, and Warren counties were eligible to participated in the Farm Safety Poster Contest after attending the 2014 Progressive Ag Safety Day in their county.
The Logan County Chamber of Commerce recently held its annual dinner and awards ceremony. This year's theme was “Mardis Gras.”
Most of us live within circles. There is the family circle with intimate relatives and extended members. Then there is a circle of close friends who are usually like-minded and enjoy each other's company. Business circles, church circles,...
The Logan County High School FFA greenhouse is once again open to the public and is selling lots of flower and vegetable plants at very reasonable prices.
The Logan County fiscal court voted today to have a committee attend tonight's Humane Society board meeting and try to get it to begin making drastic changes pertaining to the county animal shelter.
Eligible voters may begin casting mail-in absentee ballots in Kentucky's May 19, 2015, Primary Election. Individuals who may be eligible to vote by mail-in absentee ballot include:
Another 41 miles of the new Interstate 69 corridor in western Kentucky will receive the familiar red, white and blue shields by the end of the year. A $3.23 million contract to construct and place signs in Henderson, Hopkins and Webster counties was...
Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as public safety telecommunicators. This is your 911 operators, the first voice you hear when you call for help. The ones who talk to you while you are at your most...
Next year, Logan County schools may be using the new “nontraditional instruction days” as a way to keep from having to add make up days at the end of the school calendar because of bad weather.
For customers of East Logan Water District that have received only half of their water bill cards, please know that management has filed a complaint with the U.S. Postal Service and the matter is being investigated. East Logan has been advised that...
Reaching out to the elderly as part of “Operation Hope,” members of the Crossroads Women's Connection delivered 54 boxes of hope to residents at Creekwood Nursing Center Friday, April 10.
Protection and Permanency Director, Missy Perry, came to Steventon Elementary on Friday, April 3, for a very special presentation planned to assist her with the program she serves.
On Wednesday, April 1, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Russellville Jr/Sr High School hosted their annual Operation Preparation event for the 8th and 10th grade students.
4th Grade All A'sGraciann Beard5th Grade All A'sBlaine HolleyJohn MyersEthan Paddock
Editor's Note: The Logan County News did not arrive at the NDL office in time to make Friday's edition.
The Logan County Adult Learning Center is offering a six week free computer skills course on Mondays-Thursdays from 8 a.m.- 6:30 p.m. and Fridays 8 a.m.-12 p.m. for those who want to learn more about how to navigate through the future.
Logan County's Litter Abatement program