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Phil Campbell council tables fire chief change

Rumor had it the Phil Campbell City Council would be considering a shake-up in the local volunteer fire department. The council was reportedly set to ... Read more

1 week ago by María Camp.

Gardening with grandkids: Couple inspires gardening love in next generation

“I just do it because I like it.” With that simple statement, Jimmy Poss encompasses his feelings about his luscious backyard garden, where he grows ... Read more

1 week ago by Alison James.

PHOTOS: Phil Campbell Homecoming Parade

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1 week ago by María Camp.

Saving a life

The Russellville City Council held its regular meeting Sept. 20 at 6 p.m. – and, among its business items, recognized a hero. Russellville Police Officer ... Read more

1 week ago by María Camp.

Northwest Regional Library offers books by mail to qualifying Franklin County residents

In celebration of Library Card Sign-up Month, the Northwest Regional Library is reminding people of its Books by Mail program. Participation is open to qualifying ... Read more

2 weeks ago by María Camp.

NW-SCC to host three COVID-19 vaccine clinics in October

Northwest-Shoals Community College will host COVID-19 vaccine clinics this month. Clinics will be offered Oct. 5, 14 and 19 in the Patriot Center gym on ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

PHOTOS: Tharptown High School hosts Alumni Tea

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2 weeks ago by María Camp.

County applies for scrap tire removal grant

The Franklin County Commission voted to apply for a grant to pay for scrap tire removal in its regular meeting Sept. 20. “If approved, the ... Read more

2 weeks ago by María Camp.

Russellville Public Library celebrates Banned Books Week

Russellville Public Library is spotlighting frequently banned or challenged books during 2021’s Banned Books Week, from Sept. 26 through Oct. 2. Among the titles that ... Read more

2 weeks ago by María Camp.

Listerhill Foundation provides new socks, shoes to every TES student

The Listerhill Foundation presented all 500 children at Tharptown Elementary School with a new pair of brand-name athletic shoes and five pairs of Bombas socks ... Read more

2 weeks ago by María Camp.

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