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We are pleased to present the May/June issue of Franklin Living magazine.

In this issue we introduce a few new features that will enhance our bimonthly coverage of the people and places that make our community wonderful.

One new component is our What’s Happening section, highlighting some of the top events coming up in Franklin County. If you want to know where to go and what to do in May and June in our community, you’re going to want to check out What’s Happening.

In addition, a new feature takes the place of our Parting Shot. It’s called “Why I Love Franklin County.” In each edition we will share the thoughts of a local person and his or her take on everything that is wonderful about this county. The first installment of this new feature is a piece on Franklin County Chamber of Commerce director Cassie Medley.

We’re excited to debut a revamped Health and Wellness feature, with great tips and information to improve your wellbeing. We’ve partnered with Red Bay Hospital to bring this resource to you.

Another regular column will be a new faith-based piece by local minister Trae Durden. Be sure to let him know any faith-related topics you’d like to see tackled in Franklin Living.

Of course, we will continue to highlight, in full-length features, some of the wonderful people who make Franklin County a great place to live, work and play. In this issue we go in depth with Donald Ezzell, Emily Edmonson, Joey Allen and Gannon and Kristin Nunley.

We are honored to share the stories of so many great folks with our readers. We hope you’ll take the time to flip through Franklin Living and enjoy learning more about your Franklin friends and neighbors.

Franklin County

County takes needed steps to continue broadband expansion

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Russellville High School holds Community Partnership Breakfast to connect with community

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Sign up now for youth rec sports through March 1

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Russellville club names Bob Seeley Civitan of Year

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New year brings official end to concealed carry permit requirement

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Schools recognize Franklin County Board of Education

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Book Lovers Study Club submits 2022 reports

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RHS alum receives Keller Key at UNA

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Cattlemen convene for annual banquet

Belgreen Bulldogs

Belgreen hires football coach for fledgling program

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City approves temporary fire department promotions

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Commission decides to request bids for elevator maintenance

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Whimsical window art brightens RPL

Belgreen Bulldogs

Belgreen gets football coach

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Martin Luther King commemorative march takes place in downtown Russellville

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New district attorney swears in

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Cattlemen’s Association prepares for annual meeting

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Russellville Public Library director speaks at Book Lovers meeting

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Vina native returns to hometown church to share her story

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Couple continues annual Christmas jail ministry

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City officials reflect on old year, look toward new

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MLK march returns to Russellville this year, set for Jan. 16

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Council approves additional funding for Cramer Children’s Center

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2022 REVIEW: Big news stories shape Franklin County

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