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Students get a ‘reality check’ at the annual Reality Store

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Both Logan County and Russellville students are getting a small taste of what it will be like in the future at the Logan County Extension Office. The three-day event gives eighth through 10th graders from both schools a glimpse what life will be like once they finish high school.The 4-H calls it a “Reality Store” and partners with the school’s Family Resource Centers to teach students hands on how to balance their lives financially.

 

Emma Noe Holliday turns 90

Emma Noe Holliday is turning 90! She would like friends to join her Saturday, Oct. 25th, 2014, at the Logan County Extension office between 1-3 p.m.Come and enjoy the food, fun and laughter as everyone shares in stories and good times. Please no gifts as your presence is the gift she will cherish the most.

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Spa News

I wonder how much rain we have gotten? I don’t have a gauge anymore. I heard someone say one day she emptied 6 inches and another day and inch. I’m sure that was not the total. A few chilly mornings again too.I hear tobacco is about ready to strip. Hay is getting cut and a lot of stuff getting ready for winter, which will be here the 21st day of December.But first, don’t forget the clock switcheroo which is the 2nd day of November. This is a Sunday morn...

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Logan Memorial Hospital partners with American Red Cross for blood drive

Logan Memorial Hospital wants you to come give the gift of life at an upcoming American Red Cross blood drive. Join the hospital and the Red Cross to help save lives by coming to donate.The Logan Memorial Hospital blood drive will be Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014 at the hospital at 1625 Nashville St. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.The Red Cross encourages eligible donors to make a point to give blood before the busy holiday season arrives.

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RHS to meet Mayfield again for title

Just like every year since the Russellville High School football team moved into Class A, District 1 - the regular season district title comes down to the game with Mayfield.The two titans of Class A will meet once again - perhaps for the last time in the regular season - at the Cardinals come to Rhea Stadium tonight to take on the Panthers. This could be the last time the two teams meet as Mayfield is set to move up to Class 2A next year, leaving Russellville in Class A....

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Lady Cougars win volleyball district again

The Logan County High School volleyball team completed another perfect season against District 13 competition this week by sweeping through the district tournament, which was held at Russellville High School on Tuesday.The Lady Cougars bounced host Russellville in the opening round of the tournament 3-0 (25-7, 25-14, 25-5). Junior Brianna Wooden and freshman Kerra Cornist led LCHS in attacking with five kills each. Sophomore Catherine Miller had 10 aces and 12 digs. Sophomore LeeAn...

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Adairville News

Well, it is good to be back. I really have no excuse for the past two weeks except the week ran out before all the things I needed to get done did. When I got ready to write my article I realized it was too late. My intention is to do better.

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Auburn News

Yet again I find myself apologizing to my readers. A goodly portion of last week’s column was omitted from the Friday, October 17 printed issue of ND&L. So we will begin today’s column with the last few paragraphs, although it is a week old it still applies.On Saturday October 25 make plans to attend the Auburn Soup Special being held and the Auburn Sr. Center, serving from 1-7 p.m. This fund raiser benifits the Auburn Fire Dept. and Auburn Masonic F&AM community projec...

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Logan County News

Hello again from historic Peach Blossom Hall in the heart of Logan County, Kentucky. A home that has played a major role in the history of the county in much of the 19th and 20th centuries. A place of mystery and intrigue, of great political decision making, of shootings and battles with the railroads, of ghosts in the night and much fun making. A place I am pleased to call home and one I home to bring back to past glories.

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Therapeutic Pain Management opens new doors in Russellville

Rebecca Hankins has recently opened the doors to her new business Therapeutic Pain Management in Russellville. Hankins is a graduate of Russellville High School and has extensive education in both nursing, medical massage therapy and rehabilitation care.When Hankins was working in nursing, she realized she wasn’t get the hands-on experience with her patients as she wanted. This mission put her on a path to becoming a medical massage practitioner, a career that would put her i...

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Lake Malone News

NOTHING….YES NOTHING IS GOING ON AT THE LAKE. Last Friday I read my column and I saw something very different. Of course you know the paper has really jazzed up their print. It’s large enough that even I can read it with my poor eyes. I bet you didn’t notice that the paper that their news is printed on is thicker and most important it has something to read!!!! I have a suggestion for the editor, IT NEEDS A FUNNY PAPER. Man, if I could draw I would really start your day off i...

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Born Learning Academy offered at SES

Parents with children aged birth through age five are invited to participate in the Born Learning Academy taking place monthly at Stevenson Elementary School. Through a series of workshops, families can learn how to prepare children for school, starting when they are born. The Academy begins with dinner at 5:00 p.m. and then breaks attendees into groups, where parents learn how to turn everyday moments into learning opportunities. The event concludes at 7:00 p.m. with door prizes.

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Fun Fest 2014 scheduled for Oct. 31

Crossroads Church will be hosting its annual “Fun Fest 2014” on Friday, Oct. 31st at 5:30 p.m. on the square in Russellville. The event has been held for years and has supplied a safe, fun place for children and their families to go during Halloween.This year’s Fun Fest event, which is free, will feature games, bounce houses, music, food, prizes and candy. There will be fun for the whole family.In fact, this year will be a little something extra special...

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Burglary on Sportsman Club Road

A home on Sportsman Club Road in Russellville fell victim to a burglary on Oct. 14, 2014. According to the Russellville Police Department, Michael Rust had contacted the police saying he had just returned home and noticed his house had been burglarized.According to Rust, his 28 inch flat screen television set was missing.If anyone has any information regarding this case, please contact the Russellville Police Department.

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Trick or treat times set

Trick or treat times have been set for Russellville and the other cities around Logan County, but officials are asking for parents and guardians who take their little ones out this year to be mindful while hitting up some of the more popular areas in town on Halloween.This year trick or treating in Russellville will be from 4:30-7 p.m. Adairville will also be from 4:30-7 p.m. Lewisburg will be from 5-8 p.m. and Auburn will have the longest trick or treating from 4-8 p.m....

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The Limited Atonement seen on Mount Moriah

And he said, Take now they son, thine only son Isaac, whom thow lovest, and get thee into the land of Moriah; and offer him there for a burnt offering upon one of the mountains which I will tell thee of. Genesis 22:2 KJVWhen we speak of the limited atonement, what we are saying is that Christ died for an elect people as their substitute, and that each and every one of them for whom he died will be saved. Most would agree that this event on Mount Moriah is a picture of the atonement...

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Perceptions

We usually judge our world by perceptions. “If you think you are living in hell, you are.” If God’s loving presence is felt in your life, heaven has been touched. Our perceptions can make us angry or lead us to laughter.

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Bank robbery suspects in custody

Two men are in custody following a Tuesday evening armed robbery at the King State Employees Credit Union.Steven Grant Simpson, 27, of Ingram Drive, and Zeb Maggard, 30, of Ogburn Avenue in Winston-Salem, have been charged with arrmed robbery after a prolonged manhunt Tuesday evening.King Police Chief Paula May said the bank was robbed at about 5:20 p.m. Tuesday and said King officers were assited by Forsyth and Stokes county sheriff’s deputies as well as NC Wildli...

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