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Summer Reading Program

The Summer reading program at the Russell County Library is an excellent way for kids in Russell County to continue the learning process during the summer months and have fun doing so! Ms Fill with the library tells us this year the program will take place for two months… Ms ...

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Russell Springs City Council

The Russell Springs city council is set to decide on Sunday alcohol sales at the regular monthly meeting of the city leaders next week. Sunday sales in the county was not voted on by the fiscal court after county judge Gary Robertson polled magistrates during their last regular meeting in ...

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Deputies Graduate Training Academy

Two new deputies will be serving the people of Russell County after their recent graduation for the academy. On Friday, Deputy Ethan Pike and Deputy Nathan Antle graduated from the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training after successfully completing a 23 week police academy! Sheriff Clete McAninch said, “I am ...

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Nautical Sign

You may have noticed on Friday that the Jamestown Nautical Mile sign was put up by the by-pass. On Friday we spoke to Jamestown Mayor Nick Shearer who told us more about it. Mayor Shearer also told WJRS News that the city is working to open up a fruit market ...

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Russell Rays

Summer vacation is here for the kids and if they love to swim and love be competitive the Rays Swim Team is the perfect way to enjoy both. Practice for the Team starts tomorrow  

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Diabetes Classes

The Lake Cumberland Health Department offers diabetes classes throughout the year. The final self management class will take place this coming Tuesday…but new classes are always starting at the local office and throughout the Lake Cumberland District. Destiny Greer who heads the Wellness Outreach and Education Program tells us how ...

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