|Local News--Mon. May 20|
2 Adair Countians were taken to the hospital following a 2 vehicle accident Fri. night in Marion County.
Ky. State Trooper Jonathan Houk is investigating the collision that occurred at 10:45 PM EDT, Friday, May 18, 2 miles west of Lebanon on US 68. 24-year-old Joanna Logston of Columbia was operating a 1997 Cadillac and backed out of a private driveway and into the path of a westbound 2005 Chevy being operated by 31-year-old Charles J. Richardson of Columbia who was not belted. A passenger in the Logston vehicle, 28-year-old Lashana Stapp, also of Columbia and Logston were not wearing seatbelts and were transported to Springview Hospital where they were treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Seniors, juniors and their guests will celebrate graduation in a safe, alcohol and drug free environment with lots of games, food, prizes and cash give aways made possible by the generosity of community businesses and individuals.
For the safety of our graduates, juniors and their guests, all who attend must remain until the conclusion at approximately 1:30am
Parents are invited to attend and volunteers are always welcome to help run the games and activities. To volunteer call 384-3400.
Hannah shared the stage with President Obama and his Cabinet along with the Speaker of the House and country singer Lee Brice. She also sang the National Anthem for the Homeland Security Banquet and received a Homeland Security badge from the Director of ICE for her contribution.
Congrats to Hannah Ellis on this big accomplishment!
Neat and Grant, students at Adair County High School, were selected by The Center for Rural Development.
Rogers Scholars, an intensive one-week summer youth leadership program, brings together rising high school juniors from across Southern and Eastern Kentucky for a one-of-a-kind experience that past participants often describe as “life changing.”
Rogers Scholars was built on a mission started by U.S. Congressman Harold “Hal” Rogers that “no young person should have to leave home to find his or her future.”