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The Fiscal Court Has Approved The Needle Exchange Program

Last after a lengthy discussion the Russell County Fiscal Court voted 3-2 to support the needle exchange program that has been presented to our city and county leaders by the Russell County Health Department. Dr. Rick Miles spoke to the court in support of the program and told members why ...

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Storm Spotters Class

Tonight is the annual Weather Spotters Class sponsored by Russell County Emergency Management and Laker Country 104.9. Emergency Management Director H.M. Bottom encourages everyone to come out and take part in the free class.

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George & Joan White Howell Environmental Education Scholarship

The deadline to apply for the George & Joan White Howell Environmental Education Scholarship is April 1. The scholarship is for high school seniors interested in pursuing a degree in environmental science at Campbellsville University (CU). Students graduating from Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell, Taylor and Wayne ...

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A Fatal Accident Occurred Saturday In Adair County


Tpr. Adam Likins is investigating a collision that occurred on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 3:27 PM CST. 52-year-old Samuel Edwards, of Columbia, was operating a northbound 2002 KIA on KY 61 when he lost control of the vehicle and left the shoulder of the roadway. The vehicle then began ...

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Needle Exchange Program

The Russell County Fiscal Court will meet tonight in the regular monthly meeting, one of the items on the agenda this evening is the needle exchange program that the Russell County Health Department is looking to bring to the community. At a meeting late last year of the county leaders, ...

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A Substitute Teacher At Taylor County High School Has Been Arrested


Deputies in Taylor County say that a substitute teacher at Taylor County High School was arrested after an investigation into him sending and soliciting explicit photographs to two teenage students. According to deputies, the teens in the case are 14 and 15. They say that through an investigation, they were ...

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