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The After Prom This Year At The ANC Was A Huge Success

Interim Principal Tonya Adams told WJRS News over 300 kids signed up and attended the event Saturday night at the ANC on the campus of the Russell County High School. Teachers, parents, and members of the Russell County Sheriff’s Department and Russell Springs Police Department, as well as many other ...

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Garden Program

Applications are being accepted for the Lake Cumberland Community Action Garden Program and that will continue till funds are depleted. If you’re interested in taking part in the program, Terri Cromwell with LCAA gives us details on eligibility and what the vouchers will be used for.

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The Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery Will Be Celebrating Earth Day This Saturday

Things start early Saturday morning and continue until the afternoon… with someone going on that the entire family will enjoy. Ashley Buffington with the hatchery spoke to WJRS News Thursday about the event and gives us a few events coming up that morning. The events will continue throughout the ...

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Ghost Out

(Photo courtesy of Mike Scales)   A special presentation took place Wednesday afternoon at the Russell County High School warning students of the dangers of impaired and distracted driving. The program titled “Ghost Out” was made possible through the Russell County Sheriff’s Department and The Kentucky Department of Transportation. Amber ...

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