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Basketball postseason action begins

It is that time of the year: The basketball postseason. It’s a challenging time for a weekly newspaper. By the time this week’s paper reaches ... Read more

8 hours ago by Bart Moss.

Sweet and spicy: Try a Tex-Mex feast to tickle the tastebuds

Recipes and photos by Amy Dolan McCollum Crescent Roll Taco Bake Many of my favorite Mexican recipes are from my 20-plus years of teaching Family ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Russellville Elementary students celebrate Board of Education Appreciation Month

“We appreciate each one of you. We couldn’t do our jobs without your support, so thank you for all that you do.” Such were the ... Read more

2 days ago by María Camp.

Bridal feature: Lacey and Evan Hargett

Lacey and Evan are both from Belgreen. The happy couple now resides in Russellville following their July 9, 2022, wedding. HOW THEY MET: Lacey and ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

BTCPA stages ‘Bad Year for Tomatoes’

The Bay Tree Council for the Performing Arts will soon stage its second production of the 2022-23 season, “A Bad Year for Tomatoes,” by John ... Read more

4 days ago by Staff Reports.

County takes needed steps to continue broadband expansion

Armed with constitutional approval to invest federal COVID-19 relief funds into the expansion of broadband services, Franklin County Probate Judge Barry Moore joined officials from ... Read more

5 days ago by Staff Reports.

Russellville High School holds Community Partnership Breakfast to connect with community

“We are all excited to explore how RHS can work with local businesses to provide real-world opportunities for students and also prepare our students to ... Read more

5 days ago by María Camp.

Sign up now for youth rec sports through March 1

Russellville youth sports for children ages 6–12 will soon be in full swing in the community. Registration is underway through March 1 for softball, baseball ... Read more

5 days ago by María Camp.

Russellville club names Bob Seeley Civitan of Year

The Russellville Civitan Club named longtime member and treasurer Robert “Bob” Seeley Civitan of the Year during its Jan. 24 meeting. “It’s a pleasant surprise ... Read more

5 days ago by María Camp.

New year brings official end to concealed carry permit requirement

With the new year, House Bill 272, which Gov. Kay Ivey signed into law March 10 this past year, became effective, thus bringing about a ... Read more

6 days ago by María Camp.

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