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PC Council donates to new band uniforms

This past week the Phil Campbell City Council unanimously voted in favor of approving a donation for $2,100 to pay the balance owed on new ... Read more

3 days ago by María Camp.

Distinguished Young Women takes stage Aug. 13

The annual Distinguished Young Women scholarship program, held in Norton Auditorium on the campus of the University of North Alabama, returns Aug. 13 at 6 ... Read more

4 days ago by María Camp.

NW-SCC reveals new Patriot athletics logos

Northwest-Shoals Community College has revealed new Patriot athletics logos as the school restarts its sports offerings in the coming season. After 11 years, the Patriots ... Read more

7 days ago by Staff Reports.

PCHS, RBHS receive recognition at state FFA convention

High school students from Phil Campbell and Red Bay took part in the Alabama State FFA Convention June 7-10, joining fellow students from across the ... Read more

7 days ago by María Camp.

PHOTOS: Vina celebrates summer with annual July Fest

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1 week ago by María Camp.

FC Land Management proposes expanding landfill

Editor’s note: In the Aug. 3 print edition of the Franklin County Times, this story about the potential landfill expansion mistakenly listed the next commission ... Read more

1 week ago by María Camp.

Cedars Church leads community action for Serve Day

The Canteen, located by the A.W. Todd Centre in downtown Russellville, got a spruce up recently. Tanner and Lindsey Hall, lead pastors at Cedars Church, ... Read more

1 week ago by María Camp.

‘Feels like home’ – RCS names head baseball coach

Play ball! At their meeting Tuesday, members of the Russellville City Schools Board of Education hired Jess Smith to be the new head baseball coach ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Airport gears up for grand reopening

The Russellville Municipal Airport is getting ready to celebrate its grand reopening, unveiling the completed runway resurfacing project, with music, free food and drinks and ... Read more

2 weeks ago by María Camp.

Distinguished Through the Decades: 2003, Anna (Davis) Craig

As the 2003 Franklin County Junior Miss, Anna (Davis) Craig was carrying on a heritage of representing her home: in another program, her aunt and ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Alison James.

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