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9/23/2016 7:32:16 PM
After a record-setting season in 2016, the Russellville varsity softball team is looking for a new coach after John Smith resigned this week. Russellville City Schools Superintendent said Smith, who was teaching part-time and coaching softball, resigned due to family issues. “Coach Smith was dealing with some health issues with his family and decided it was too much and he needed to spend
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9/21/2016 10:44:44 AM
Russellville High School alumni, students and fans will celebrate Homecoming 2016 a little earlier than usual, as Homecoming arrives during week five of the Golden Tigers’ football season. Russellville will host a familiar opponent as the Hartselle Tigers come to town this Friday, September 23. Hartselle and Russellville were 5A, Region 8 rivals until the Tigers moved up in class to 6A in 2...read more
9/21/2016 10:40:00 AM
With its final budget workshop set to begin immediately thereafter, the Franklin County Commission held a short business meeting Monday morning. The commission approved the hiring of Angie Haney as a tag clerk in revenue commissioner Veronica Stancil's office. Wesley Priest's hiring as a temporary employee in the Franklin County Solid Waste Department was also approved. Commissioners approved a ...read more
9/21/2016 10:36:33 AM
For most kids with visual or hearing impairments, opportunities to interact with kids with the same impairments can be challenging to find. ‘Camp Courage’ is attempting to help with those challenges by bringing these kids together for a weekend of unforgettable experiences and opportunities that they may not have received anywhere else. The camp was held September 15-17 at Ivy Green,...read more
9/21/2016 10:34:53 AM
Annsley Gault (left) and Abby Peters (right) are student library aides at Russellville Middle School and will be helping with the “All for Books” Coin Drive beginning September 26 and the school Book Fair beginning October 3. Starting next Monday, students at Russellville Middle School will begin a coin drive to raise money for the Scholastic “All for Books” program. This ...read more
9/14/2016 11:23:17 AM
Starting a small business in a small town is no small feat. For Morris “Woody” and Linda Woodruff, that's what they did more than 20 years ago when they took over ownership and operation of Ava's China & Gifts in Russellville. The couple purchased the business and the shopping center previously known as Village Square Center on Highway 43 in July of 1996. While the area around A...read more
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