The Logan County Courthouse where it now stands was originally built in 1912, after the original courthouse in Stollings was beyond repair and eventually caught fire in 1911. The Logan County Courthouse has went through repairs, and the design of the courthouse was completely changed after the project was complete in 1964. The court house is still open, and currently there are two Circuit Court Judges serving the Seventh Judicial Court. At the time of this publication, the Circuit Court Judges are the Honorable Eric H. O'Briant and the Honorable Rodger L. Perry. The Logan County Courthouse is also home to many other offices, such as the Magistrates Office, Family Court, Probation, and the Logan County Sheriff's Department.