Ad Spot

Tharptown volleyball picks up wins

By Bart Moss / For the FCT

The Tharptown volleyball team traveled to Rogers High School Sept. 4 to face Rogers and Lauderdale County.

In both games, the Lady Wildcats lost the first set then rallied back from a 20-9 deficit in the second set to win, demanding a third set. The Lady Wildcats lost the matches in the third set, with an ending score of 15-13 and 15-12.

Tharptown traveled to Colbert County Thursday to face off agaisnt the Indians and the Sheffield Bulldogs. The Lady Wildcats won both matches in only two sets.

Big hitting numbers were put up by Erica Gray, Adriana Borden and Brooke Daily. Setters Makensy Hester and Kasey McCormack were also instrumental to the games. Sophomore Macy Petree has become one of the Lady Wildcats’ most dependable and strongest servers, gaining the most points overall in each match.

The Lady Wildcats were set to face powerhouse Addison in their first area matches Tuesday, along with Covenant Christian and Sulligent. Results were not available as of press time. They will then travel to Hackleburg Wednesday for a school-day game, and then they will head to Phillips Thursday for a tri-match with Phillips and Marion County.

Franklin County

Cattlemen convene for annual banquet

Belgreen Bulldogs

Belgreen hires football coach for fledgling program

News

City approves temporary fire department promotions

Franklin County

Commission decides to request bids for elevator maintenance

News

Whimsical window art brightens RPL

Belgreen Bulldogs

Belgreen gets football coach

Franklin County

Martin Luther King commemorative march takes place in downtown Russellville

Franklin County

New district attorney swears in

Franklin County

Cattlemen’s Association prepares for annual meeting

News

Russellville Public Library director speaks at Book Lovers meeting

Franklin County

Vina native returns to hometown church to share her story

Franklin County

Couple continues annual Christmas jail ministry

News

City officials reflect on old year, look toward new

Franklin County

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

News

Council approves additional funding for Cramer Children’s Center

Franklin County

2022 REVIEW: Big news stories shape Franklin County

News

State association names RMS principal as middle school principal of year

News

REB plans customer appreciation event

Franklin County

Distinguished Through the Decades: 2022, Madeline Cooper

Galleries

Faces of Franklin County: A Walk Thru Bethlehem

Franklin County

Distinguished Through the Decades: 2021, Lily Pounders

Features

Distinguished Through the Decades: 2020, Bailey Bolton

Franklin County

Distinguished Through the Decades: 2019, Elizabeth Pierce

Franklin County

District attorney Joey Rushing prepares as retirement nears

x