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By Jim Turner

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



7/31/11 Williams-Farmer to campaign in Logan County The Republican nominees for governor and lieutenant governor, Senate President David Williams and Commissioner of Agriculture Richie Farmer, will be in Russellville Mo...

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Newly constructed KY 100 to open to traffic Wednesday

By Keirstein Jaggers

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Kiersten Jaggers is Public Information Officer for District 3 of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The newly constructed connector in Logan County between KY 100 and the Russellville Bypass/US 68 is currently scheduled to be open to m...

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New teachera-13 of them-to begin city school year

By Donna Gholson

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Russellville Independent School District is pleased to announce the employment of eight new teachers at Stevenson Elementary School and five new staff members at Russellville High School. Newly hired teachers at Stevenson Elementary are Sheena Jackson, Amy...

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Back-to-school time near for Russellville schools

By Donna Gholson

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Russellville Independent School District’s teaching staff looks forward to welcoming students back to school on Thursday, Aug. 4. Opening Day activities for all Russellville Independent School District employees will take place on Wednesday, Aug. 3. Registration starts at 7:...

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Auburn School celebrates 8th grade graduation 2011

By Katina Kemplin

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



On Friday night, May 27, Auburn School held its 2011 8th grade graduation ceremony in the school gymnasium. The gymnasium was filled with many parents, family members, and friends that joined to honor the graduating class. The 88 graduates entered the gym while Rhonda Powell...

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Summer Feeding Program vital for children

By Jim Turner

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Children in families who struggle to stay afloat financially often don’t have enough to eat when school is out. Head Start workers and those involved in assistance programs for children in need are aware that some students only get healthy, solid meals while they are at scho...

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