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Local group visits historic sites across Italy

The group toured Murano, known for its glass; Burano, known for its lace; the Leaning Tower of Pisa; Florence; Rome; Assisi; the Vatican, including the ... Read more

7 months ago by María Camp.

Taste of Franklin: Mad for melons

August is Watermelon Festival time in Franklin County! As Russellville’s quintessential community event approaches, try a recipe that just might inspire a new love for ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Reports.

Money Matters: Commit to growing family financial literacy

We have a lot of difficult conversations with our kids. Money can be one of the most trying! That’s mostly because it’s a constant lesson ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Reports.

From Russellville to Korea and back: RHS alum travels world to find her place in it

Since graduating from Russellville High School in 2011, Magda Francisco-Lopez has logged quite a few travel miles and gained new experiences and stories along the ... Read more

7 months ago by María Camp.

From the Extension: Become a Master Gardener 

The Master Gardener program is a partnership among the land grant universities of this state – Alabama A&M University and Auburn University – Alabama Extension ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

Faith Focus: Got joy?

Would those who know you best say you walk in joy?  Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

Taste of Franklin: Beefing up dinnertime

When dinnertime calls for something both hearty and delicious, beef is a classic staple ingredient for a reason. Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

Reading Recommendations: Stories for sunny summertime

The arrival of summer sends many of us searching for the perfect read for a warm, sunny day lounging by the pool or lazily waiting ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

Out for blood: LifeSouth continues life-saving mission

Stepping into a LifeSouth bloodmobile means stepping inside a place where the healthy are sacrificing so the sick and injured can survive. Read more

8 months ago by Alison James.

From the Extension: Drink more water – here’s why

Water is important for your health and survival. It is an essential component and makes up 50-70 percent of your body’s weight.   Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

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