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Environmentally entertaining

In 1984 Steve Trash was a recent college graduate from the University of North Alabama trying to make it as a street performer and busker ... Read more

3 days ago by Alison James.

Why I Love Franklin County: Barry Moore

Barry Moore is a dyed-in-the-wool Franklin County native. He and his wife Deedra, a retired Russellville High School business teacher who now works for Alabama ... Read more

7 days ago by Alison James.

Good leaders help groups flourish

Many organizations experience problems in finding members who are willing to step forward and accept the responsibilities of leadership positions.  Some organizations leave it up ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Crafting his own path

Jeffery Dick, a 2006 graduate of Red Bay High School and owner of The Little Stitch in downtown Red Bay, discovered his lifelong passion for ... Read more

2 weeks ago by María Camp.

RHS Varsity Cheer

This year’s Russellville High School varsity cheerleaders are (front from left) Co-Captain Destiny Hatton, Captain Kaydee Don Holland, (second row from left) Abby Peters, Karly ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Membership matters for Franklin County clubs

It is almost that time of the year when clubs restart their activities, following a summer break.  One of the first activities is membership recruitment. ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

The Alabama Humanities Foundation brings culture to our state

The Alabama Humanities Foundation was founded in 1974 as a vehicle for awarding grants to grassroots organizations in Alabama. As an affiliate of the National ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

PHOTOS: Showing their spirit

In honor of the return of high school football, Phil Campbell Elementary students enjoy Spirit Day Friday at PCES. For 50 cents or $1, students ... Read more

3 weeks ago by María Camp.

Club Chronicles: General Federation of Women’s Clubs operates from D.C.

In 1901 the 56th U.S. Congress granted GFWC a federal charter, which stipulated it maintain its headquarters in Washington, D.C.     GFWC maintained temporary ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

AERA holds District I meeting in Russellville

The Alabama Education Retirees Association held its District I annual meeting July 23 at the Russellville First United Methodist Church. More than a hundred retired ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

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