NW-SCC to offer wilderness first responder course

Enjoying the great outdoors is often filled with fresh air and exercise. However, spending time in the wilderness can also bring injury and illness, turning ... Read more

Schools starting back earlier in 2014

After starting back to school in the third week of August for the past two years, students and teachers in the Russellville City School System ... Read more

Learning trail coming to local park

United Way of Northwest Alabama’s Success by 6 Program will be installing another Training Tracks Learning Trail at City Lake Park in Russellville this Friday, ... Read more

Shelby visits county on jobs tour

Shelby visits county on jobs tour

U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) made a stop in Franklin County this past weekend as part of his statewide jobs and industry tour. The tour is ... Read more

Commission moving forward on tax issue

At their regular business meeting on Feb. 18, members of the Franklin County Commission approved the wording for the amendment that is aimed at splitting ... Read more

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