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Christmastime is here!

OK, well, not quite. Believe me, I’m not one to pass over Thanksgiving. Nevertheless, tis the season when everything starts to get a little jollier. Sleigh bells ring – are you listening?

Our November/December edition of Franklin Living will hopefully bring the holiday cheer to fill you with the spirit of the season and put a bow on 2021.

With this issue, we give you a peek at the special holiday traditions of a few of your friends and neighbors.

From the Blantons’ Christmas tree farm to Lela Ray’s beautiful hand-painted ornaments to the Moores’ tip-top holiday decorating, this edition of the magazine is chock-full of seasonal merriment.

I hope you’ll find some inspiration in this issue – whether a new recipe you want to try, a craft project to undertake, renewed commitment to your financial or spiritual goals or some other way to make the season bright.

I hope this magazine can be a small part of your festivities this year.

Christmastime is here … families drawing near. Oh, that we could always see such spirit through the year!

Franklin County

RFD, RPD seek community support for Helping Santa toy drive

Franklin County

Farm-City Banquet announces this year’s award winners

Franklin County

Hodges lights Memory Tree next week

News

Local artist, author holds signing for new picture book

Franklin County

FCS board hears building project updates, report from audit manager

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Russellville City Schools Board of Education conducts monthly business

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Red Bay fills board vacancy

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Phil Campbell City Council accepts offer to lease cell tower for 99 years

Franklin County

ALEA urges safe holiday travel for Thanksgiving

Franklin County

Bank Independent welcomes holidays with Toy Share

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Local author releases Christmas picture book

Franklin County

County commission closes Highway 27 bridge

Franklin County

Area schools hold Veterans Day programs to honor those who served

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All American Tang Soo Do students compete in annual championship tournament

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Friends of Russellville Library Board reorganizes, elects officers

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Darryl Worley performs at Roxy

Franklin County

Helen Keller, Franklin County EMA offer COVID-19 vaccine clinics

Galleries

PHOTOS: Veterans Day Parade

Franklin County

Leadership committee seeks sock donations for Christmas

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RB councilman resigns from water, gas board

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PC Council discusses equipment, other needs

Franklin County

September unemployment rate comes in at 2.2 percent

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RFD offers free alarms, including installation

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University of Alabama Blackburn Institute students visit downtown Russellville

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