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Tyler Brower, age 27, of Columbia

Tyler L Brower,  age 27, of Columbia,  passed away on Sunday, July 26, 2015. Funeral Services for Tyler Brower will be at 2:00 pm CT, Wednesday, July 29, 2015, at H.E. Pruitt Memory Chapel in Jamestown with Bro. Herl D. Robertson, Bro. Johnny Rexroat and Bro. Wayne Keith officiating. Friends may visit after 11:00 am CT  Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial in the Rexroat Cemetery....

Glasgow Man Arrested on Drug Charges in ...

On Monday, July 27, 2015 an investigation by Russell County Sheriff Clete McAninch and Detective Joey Hoover resulted in the arrest of a Barren County man for Trafficking in Methamphetamine. Armando Joseph Candela, 32, of Glasgow was arrested just before 8:00 p.m. on Maple Street after arriving in Russell Springs to deliver “crystal meth”. The investigation resulted in the seizure of...

Thomas W. Polston, age 58, of Jamestown

Thomas W. Polston, age 58 of Jamestown, died July 18th.   Survivors include one brother:  Phillip Polston of Jamestown.   A gathering of friends will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 at H. E. Pruitt Memory Chapels in Jamestown.   Family requests that donations be made to the Thomas W. Polston Memorial Fund and those can be made at the funeral home.

Former Russell County Resident Killed Ea...

A former Russell County man is dead after being struck by a vehicle early Sunday morning on Highway 80 close to the Russell/Adair county line. State Police say the accident occurred shortly after 1 o’clock Sunday morning when 27-Year-Old Tyler L. Brower of Somerset, formerly of Russell County, was struck by a vehicle while apparently walking in the roadway.   Brower was...

School Board Honors Retirees, Discuss Su...

The Russell County board of education recognized several teachers who retired from the school system this past school year. Retiring staff were treated to a special dinner before last nights meeting and presented with a plaque. Superintendent Michael Ford praised the retiring employees for their hard work and dedication to the school system. The board heard results of two recent...

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