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Why I Love Franklin County: A little chat with Joshlyn Bowen

Joshlyn Bowen is a product of Phil Campbell High School and studied business at Northwest-Shoals Community College. She continued her education and has led nationwide ... Read more

5 days ago by Alison James.

Franklin farm life: Lindsey family enjoys peaceful rural living

For Deanni and Willie Lindsey and their four children, farm life is the best life. Lindsey Family Farm and Custom Milling, located in the Frog ... Read more

1 week ago by Alison James.

Root for the home team: New coaches take reins of revived athletics at Northwest-Shoals

It was in October 2021 that the college announced the reinstatement of baseball and softball teams. The Patriots are back in action. Read more

2 weeks ago by Alison James.

Happiness down home: Justin Boyles finds his niche operating Belgreen community hotspot

“For me, it took living away from the area for a little while to realize what I really had here in Franklin County. When you’re ... Read more

3 weeks ago by María Camp.

Taste of Franklin: Sweet summertime

FRANKLIN LIVING— Serve up something to savor this summer. Poolside Cookies For those who do not like to bake, you can buy already baked sugar ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Spinning yarns: Robin Swindle, Phil Campbell spinner, tells her story

Robin Swindle’s love of working with yarn started more than 20 years ago, when she bought an illustrated book and used it to teach herself ... Read more

3 months ago by María Camp.

RHS Musical Theatre performs ‘Moana Jr.’

Russellville High School Musical Theatre presented six shows of Disney’s “Moana Jr.” over the course of a two-day period, March 25 and 27, at the ... Read more

3 months ago by María Camp.

A wedding story: Andrew & Baylee Moss

Andrew is from Harvest, while Baylee hails from Red Bay. The happy couple now resides in Red Bay following their Nov. 6, 2021, wedding. Read more

4 months ago by Staff Reports.

A wedding story: Keylee & Trevor Allison

Trevor is from Phil Campbell, and Keylee grew up in Red Bay. The happy couple now resides in Russellville after their March 20, 2021, wedding. Read more

4 months ago by Staff Reports.

Something blue: Unique ideas keep old tradition fresh

“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.” This wedding tradition and good luck saying has been around ... Read more

4 months ago by Staff Reports.

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