The Russell County Ambulance Service Board of Directors will hold a special-called meeting today at 2 p.m. The meeting will be held at the EMS building. Agenda below:
The United States House of Representatives and Senate passed a measure this week that will establish June 19, most commonly known as Juneteenth, as a federal holiday. The day marks June 19, 1865, when the […]
Traffic on Wolf Creek Dam could reopen to two lanes in the fall, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. District 8 Public Information Officer Amber Hale told WJRS News the rock mitigation project that is […]
Data from the CDC shows that about 41 percent of adults in Russell County have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The data shows 41.1 percent of Russell County residents age 18 and older have been […]
Eight local students were named to the Dean’s List at the University of Kentucky for the 2021 Spring Semester. Jensen Carnes, Ashley Dutton, Evan Grider, Kaylyn Loy, Katelynn Luttrell, Prem Patel, Abigail Roy, and Andrew […]
The Russell County Fiscal Court moved forward with spending $230 thousand out of the county’s general fund budget to purchase two new trucks and added equipment (a snowplow and a salter) for the county road […]
The Russell County Fiscal Court met Monday Night. County Judge-Executive Gary Robertson spoke to WJRS News after the meeting.
The Russell Springs City Council approved the city’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year, and Mayor Eddie Thomas praised city employees for their work in coming in under budget for the current fiscal year. Listen […]