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Nature Rocks will meet Tuesday Afternoon

Nature Rocks… A special program that’s put together by a partnership between Russell County Library and the Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery meets tomorrow afternoon. The fun gets started tomorrow afternoon at 5:00 p.m. at the branch library on Main Street. Moriah Painter, Environmental Education/Outreach Specialist with the Hatchery invites everyone ...

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Good News for the Russell County School District

The Russell County school district is among 111 public school districts statewide that delivered on a pledge made five years ago to improve the college and career*readiness of its high school graduates by 2015. Michael Ford superintendent expressed his appreciation for all the support from businesses, industries, administration. Teachers and ...

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The Russell Springs City Council Met Thursday Evening

The council voted to approve the purchase of accident insurance for the Fire Department. The insurance will cost just over a hundred dollars a year for each member with the department currently having around 23 volunteers. Frank Irvin with Honor Guard spoke before the council about a possible 4th of ...

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Senate Bill 50 has Easily Passed the Senate 33-4

The bill would give local school districts a greater say on when school starts every year. An issue that state Senator Chris Girdler of Somerset says will hurt tourism in the state of Kentucky. The bill would create an advisory panel that would make suggestions on the start of the ...

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A Car Stolen in Texas was Recovered Just Outside Russell Springs

A car that had been reported stolen in White Oak, Texas was recovered outside of Russell Springs Wednesday afternoon. The man that had brought the stolen vehicle who was from Paris, Texas was arrested. After a tip to the Russell Springs Police Department, the White Oak, Texas Police Department was ...

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