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Next Years School Calendar

The Russell County High School calendar committee met earlier his week to discuss next years school calendar. As with years past, parents and anyone in the community that would like to play a part in putting the calendar together can do so. Superintendent Michael Ford discussed how you can let ...

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Site Based Decision Making Special Called Meeting

The Jamestown Elementary School Site Based Decision Making will have a special called meeting on Thursday, January 11th at 4:00 pm at the Conference Room. The items on the agenda are… Enter into Executive Session to review applications for the Instructional Assistant Position Return to Open Session for possible action ...

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Jamestown City Council has a Special Called Meeting Tonight

There are two items on the agenda tonight. The city leaders will appoint a new city council member to replace Harold “Frog” Miller, who resigned his seat on the council last week. WJRS recently spoke to Jamestown Mayor Nick Shearer about the process. Also the council will go into ...

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An Appointment has been Made to the PVA Board

During Monday night’s Fiscal Court Meeting, Jeter Coffey, a long time auctioneer and real estate associate for the county was approved unanimously by the Magistrates to serve a term on the board. Coffey replaces Sam Tarter who’s term on the PVA board wraps up this month.

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New Recruits Reported to the KSP Academy in Frankfort

Seventy-five recruits from throughout the Commonwealth and three other states reported to the academy in Frankfort yesterday to being 24 weeks of training that will determine whether they have what it takes to join “The Thin Gray Line.” The first day’s activities for Cadet Class #96 included a variety of ...

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The Russell County Fiscal Court Met Last Night

The Fiscal Court received some good news last night at the County accepted a check from the County Clerk for excess fee’s. It was also announced during the meeting that the Ambulance Service had paid a past loan given to the service from the court several years ago. County Judge ...

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