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Vina students enjoy ‘very best’ with new science building

There is nothing like having new stuff to play with, and students at Vina High School are finally getting to enjoy their new science building, ... Read more

1 day ago by Ciera Hughes.

NW-SCC receives $3.1M to help low-income, first-generation, students with disabilities

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced Northwest-Shoals Community College will receive a federal Student Support Services grant of $3,171,090 to help more students succeed ... Read more

1 day ago by Staff Reports.

Pyrography passion: Therapeutic hobby brings patience and peace

Out on Rusty Armadillo Farm in Hodges, Tracy McCauley is always busy. There are goats to feed, eggs to collect, micro-greens to harvest and fruit ... Read more

2 days ago by Alison James.

2020 Census nears end

Editor’s note: After this article was written, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction Sept. 25 preventing the census from winding down by Sept. 30, ... Read more

2 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

RC&D Council funds local projects

Nine projects throughout Franklin County were able to be completed this year with funding from the Northwest Alabama RC&D in partnership with the Alabama legislature. ... Read more

2 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

PCHS bus driver receives final sendoff

The Town of Phil Campbell said goodbye Sept. 18 to one of its own, with three Franklin County School buses leading the procession. Phil Campbell ... Read more

2 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

State Farm agent donates fire prevention toolkit to RFD

Fire prevention is always one of Russellville Fire Department’s biggest goals, and this year the department has a little extra help to spread the word ... Read more

2 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

A peek inside Pilgrim’s

Pilgrim’s Pride hosted several local and state officials Wednesday for a tour of the plant. The visit also included a presentation on how Pilgrim’s is ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Tradition lives on in Red Bay

Live music, family, fun, festival food and more are all part of the tradition for the Red Bay Founder’s Day festival, held Saturday. Among the ... Read more

4 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

Education Corner: Foster positivity despite pandemic

The only thing certain about this school year is that nothing is going to be certain.  Read more

5 days ago by Staff Reports.

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