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We all struggle with some sort of hang-up in life. Whether a mistake we find difficult to live with or dealing with some painful circumstance in life, we all struggle at times. Because of those strugg...read more
We all struggle with some sort of hang-up in life. Whether a mistake we find difficult to live with or dealing with some painful circumstance in life, we all struggle at times. Because of those strug...read more
The National Society of High School Scholars announced that Alexander Smith, a student at Russellville High School, has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The Society reco...read more
The economic impact Tiffin Motorhomes has on Franklin County cannot be understated. Located in Red Bay, Tiffin Motorhomes is the second largest employer in Franklin County and, in its over 40 years of...read more
As the new 4-H assistant for Russellville and Franklin County, Jennifer Pickens has hit the ground running. Pickens, a native of Haleyville, started her new job in the Franklin County Extension Offic...read more
The sound of buzzers can be heard emanating from a medium-sized AV room in the James A. Glasgow Library building on the Phil Campbell campus of Northwest-Shoals Community College. Six NWSCC students ...read more
Franklin County Commissioners received their annual update from officials with the Northwest Alabama Council of Local Governments at their February 13th workshop. NACOLG Executive Director Keith Jone...read more
Black History is not only the history of the African-American race it is the history of all people.  From Benjamin Banneker, to George Washington Carver and even Condoleezza Rice, the world has b...read more
Fifteen years ago, James W. Lewis and Claes Nobel founded the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). Its purpose was to recognize a select few high school students that have demonstrated im...read more
The atmosphere inside the West Elementary School cafeteria was electric last Friday morning when kindergarteners were introduced to guest speaker and WHNT News Channel 19 chief meteorologist Jason Sim...read more
Your heart never gets a break. Take care of it, and it will take care of you. That was the message from Dr. Jeffrey Chenyi, the featured speaker at the second annual “Go Red” Luncheon. ...read more
Preston Goad wasn’t sure what a probate judge does on a daily basis. After spending a morning last week shadowing Franklin County probate judge Barry Moore, Goad has a much better idea, and appr...read more
A new kayak trail was the subject of a community meeting at a recent Cherokee Town Hall. The proposed kayak trail would run about 12 miles from the Allsboro community to Hayes Landing as part of the ...read more
On January 27, 2017, Russellville City Schools announced an agreement with Interquest Detection Canines, Inc. that will allow trained canines to randomly search the campuses for drugs, alcohol, and ot...read more
The National Honor Society of Russellville High School will be holding a Red Cross blood drive in the RHS gymnasium on Wednesday, February 15. The blood drive will start at 8:00 A.M. and run until 2:0...read more
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