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Protecting Animals Against the Cold

When it comes to protecting your animals this winter, the best rule of thumb to remember is that if you’re cold, so are they. While bringing a dog or cat inside is the best way to keep it warm in winter, that is not always possible or preferable for some ...

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The State Emergency Operations Center has been Activated

The Kentucky Emergency Management activated the SEOC in response to the winter storm crossing the Commonwealth today. The SEOC activated at a Level 4. which consists of KYEM personnel monitoring the weather system. Additional state and private sector partners will be present during the continuing activation today and thereafter as ...

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The Russell Springs City Council Met Last Night

The council had just a couple of items on the agenda for the new business. Both were approved by the City Council. WJRS News spoke to Mayor Eric Selby following last night’s meeting.

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Accumulating Snow and Ice is Possible Late Friday and Friday Night


Rain will change over to snow as temperatures drop late Friday afternoon. Accumulating snow is possible Friday night, mainly across the Bluegrass region. The snow may mix with or change to freezing drizzle at times over south-central Kentucky. Regardless of precipitation type, the wintry precipitation could create slick road conditions. ...

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A New Member was Selected to Serve on the Jamestown City Council Last Night

(Photo courtesy of Mike Scales)  The new member will serve the remainder of this term left vacant by the resignation of former council member, Harold “Frog” Miller. Jamestown Mayor Nick Shearer discussed the decision with WJRS News. The council also went into an executive session last night during the ...

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The Russell Springs City Council Meets Tonight

A couple of items on the agenda for new business include…Payroll Direct Deposit and the 127 fence removal. The meeting starts at 6:00 pm this evening at City Hall on Main Street. WJRS News will have all the details of the meeting on Friday.

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