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Labor Day is coming Monday, and we’re sure many of you will be taking the opportunity for a little fun – whether that’s a backyard ... Read more
For all of us, the pandemic has presented different challenges. For me, the hardships have been relatively few: no one I know well has fallen ... Read more
When the coronavirus first moved into our region, we joined news outlets across the world in trying to provide information and insight for our readers. ... Read more
The end of summer usually means a return to club meetings and the kick off of a new club year; however, the COVID-19 pandemic has ... Read more
To the editor of the Franklin County Times, As a citizen of Russellville, I am very disturbed and distracted by all the political signs on ... Read more
Hi folks, To begin my story this week, let me say I hope everyone is well, enjoying life. This year has certainly been different than ... Read more
“Apparently” has been heard around our house a lot lately. It started with us mimicking a news highlight of a boy being interviewed. “Apparently” seemed ... Read more
If you missed managing editor Alison James’ column last week, never fear – there’s still plenty of time to share your Watermelon Festival memories for ... Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred a number of Americans to seek solace in the outdoors. This heightened awareness of the value of our parks and ... Read more
July 30 was World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. The United Nations’ aim in creating this day of recognition six years ago was to bring ... Read more