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‘It has become a part of us’

The headline in the Franklin County Times was only one word. Unbelievable. It was the worst natural disaster in Franklin County history, as an EF-5 ... Read more

7 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

FCS tackles ‘summer slide’ with required reading camps

Some parents have been concerned about their children falling behind in school because of COVID-19, but the Alabama Literacy Act will require school systems to ... Read more

7 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

Free class marks World Tai Chi and Qi Gong Day

Anna Carol Porter led a free combined session of qi gong and tai chi in downtown Russellville outside the A.W. Todd Centre Saturday for World ... Read more

7 days ago by María Camp.

4-H enhances STEM with new agent

Jay Townsend has been working in education for 15 years with experience in most subjects, but now he is turning his attention to a different ... Read more

7 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

USDA reopens signup for coronavirus assistance

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency has announced signup has reopened for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, as part of the Pandemic Assistance ... Read more

7 days ago by Staff Reports.

Phil Campbell hosts Dream Girl pageant

It’s that time again – time for the Phil Campbell High School 53rd Annual Miss PCHS Dream Girl pageant. This year’s event is set for ... Read more

7 days ago by Staff Reports.

Russellville Elementary receives book donation from UNA honor society

Students in third grade at Russellville Elementary School will now have access to additional reading material thanks to a donation from one of the University ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

FC Farm-City Committee receives state awards

The Franklin County Farm-City Committee receives the Division 2 Best Farm-City Banquet Award and Best Media Coverage Award during the Alabama Farm-City Awards Luncheon April ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

NW-SCC to reopen nature trail

After the April 27 tornado smashed through Franklin County in 2011, Northwest-Shoals Community College closed the Cecil Clapp Nature Trail and outdoor classroom on the ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

Job fairs shed light on employment options for HS seniors

Franklin County School career coach Lori Hardin said “three E’s” represent the options available to students when they graduate from high school: employment, enrollment or ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Ciera Hughes.

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