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Franklin County Schools promote perfect attendance

“Eighty percent of success is showing up.” —Woody Allen That famous quote, for which Allen took credit, was probably said in jest, but there is ... Read more

13 hours ago by Bart Moss.

RHS hosts Northwest Alabama Marching Classic

Russellville High School will host the Northwest Alabama Marching Classic Sept. 28 at the RHS football stadium, featuring an array of talent from across the ... Read more

13 hours ago by Ciera Hughes.

Tea time promises special memories for mothers, daughters

The majority of little girls spend their days practicing princess etiquette over a tea party with stuffed animals, but this Saturday they will have a ... Read more

7 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

FAME Girls’ Ranch holds annual fundraiser

Shenandoah, featuring Marty Raybon, performed Sept. 5 at the Marriott Shoals Conference Center in Florence for the Fourth Annual Tunes and Tees Music Event, a ... Read more

7 days ago by María Camp.

Chamber of Commerce hosts State of Schools luncheon

At times it can seem difficult to keep up with what all is happening in local schools, but Thursday, community members can update themselves over ... Read more

1 week ago by Ciera Hughes.

Good Shepherd makes plans for new, larger church building

Since the current building for Good Shepherd Catholic Church was built in 1991, a lot has changed. The 175-seat building that once felt spacious has ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

College Road gets safety improvements

County engineer David Palmer said in the almost 30 years he has been county engineer, finding a way to make College Road in front of ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

Sweet Grown Alabama launches statewide branding program

In today’s world, it can seem impossible to identify where food is grown and what to trust. This is about to change, at least somewhat, ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

Residents express concern for road safety

After a letter to the editor in last week’s Franklin County Times, citizens began chiming in with their thoughts relating to issues of speeding and ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

Red Bay welcomes Making Alabama exhibit

Most schools teach U.S. history and world history, but many people do not know a lot of history concerning their own state or community. In ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

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