No passport required – from Italy to Korea and more

While I haven’t been to Italy or Korea, I have had the opportunity to speak with local folks who have, and there’s one thing they all have in common – once they’ve traveled to another country and experienced a different way of living, enjoyed meeting locals and found a plethora of places they’d like to see again or experience for the first time, they have the “travel bug” and are already thinking about possible future travels.

Even if you don’t have a passport or the current time or resources for this kind of traveling, you can live vicariously through reading about it our most recent issue of Franklin Living magazine. Whether that inspires you to work on planning an overseas trip of your own or simply to consider new experiences closer to home, there’s plenty to spark your imagination and plant a creative seed for contemplating new adventures, both large and small.

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Roxy holds annual W.C. Handy’s Evening at the Roxy Great Pretenders Show

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Distinguished Young Women deadline approaches

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NWSCC adds volleyball to growing Patriot athletics program

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Russellville Parks and Rec adult softball league grows interest

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PROGRESS 2024: Veteran Spotlight – Thomas Randall Miller

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Community Spirit Bank announces promotion

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Police search underway for man wanted in three states

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Local students earn collegiate honors

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PHOTOS: East Franklin Junior High awards honors

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Traveling band makes stop at Phil Campbell High School

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Russellville Parks and Rec holds adult sandlot softball game

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PHOTOS: Community celebrates Fourth of July with annual Jam on Sloss Lake

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Second Canadian Phil greeted by town

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Franklin County Schools lead nurse school nurse named administrator of the year

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Former Russellville resident performs in ‘Miracle Worker’

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PHOTOS: Russellville, Red Bay public libraries enjoy summer reading program events

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PROGRESS 2024: Veteran Spotlight: Robbie Richardson

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University of Mississippi announces spring Chancellor’s Honor Roll

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PHOTOS: Community turns out for Phil Campbell Festival

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University of Alabama announces spring graduates

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Dean’s, president’s lists students named for UA spring term

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PROGRESS 2024: Veteran Spotlight – Hugh Plott

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PHOTOS: Inaugural downtown Russellville Art Crawl winners

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PHOTOS: Russellville Public Library holds princess, pirates bounce party

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