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Russellville animal ordinance limits livestock, chickens

Russellville City Council passed an addition to its animal ordinance concerning livestock, fowl and wild animals in its regular meeting May 3. “This is something ... Read more

3 hours ago by Ciera Hughes.

STAYING SHARP: Firefighters drill on confined space response

Being a firefighter, it is important to always stay fresh and prepared for whenever a disaster occurs. This is why firefighters across Franklin County have ... Read more

6 hours ago by Ciera Hughes.

FC approves purchase of two buses

At its most recent meeting, the Franklin County Schools Board of Education approved the purchase of two 2022 Type C buses to replace the two ... Read more

6 hours ago by Ciera Hughes.

RHS students learn through work-based learning

Not all learning takes place in a classroom, which is the idea behind Russellville High School’s work-based learning program. The program began this school year ... Read more

6 hours ago by Ciera Hughes.

Vina stages first large theatre production

What began as a trial run with a ninth-grade English class reading “Romeo and Juliet” has grown into a full theater program set to showcase ... Read more

6 hours ago by Ciera Hughes.

RHS cracks U.S. News Top 25

For the first time since the list was established, Russellville High School has made the U.S. News & World Report’s list of the Top 25 ... Read more

23 hours ago by Ciera Hughes.

Red Bay hires Heath Childers as football coach

The Red Bay Tigers have hired Heath Childers to replace Michael Jackson as the school’s head football coach. Childers, a Vina native, returns home to ... Read more

23 hours ago by Bart Moss.

Franklin 4-H competes at state

The Franklin County 4-H Junior Team takes first place in trap and third place in overall score at the Alabama 4-H Shotgun Competition. Junior team member ... Read more

24 hours ago by Staff Reports.

RHS goes country for Spring Sing show

Russellville High School music students will be “Gone Country” for Spring Sing this year, with the show featuring close to 200 students performing country favorites. ... Read more

2 days ago by Ciera Hughes.

Unemployment rate continues slow decline

As the rate of unemployment continues to slowly decrease, Franklin County has registered a small decline in unemployed people – but coupled with a decline ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

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