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10/27/2016 1:53:19 PM
Medicare. Sounds simple, but when you consider Medicare plans change every year and there are Parts A,B,C and D, it can get confusing quickly. That's where pharmacist Wes Mayfield and Russellville Drugs can help with free Medicare Part D plan review. Medicare Part D, also called the Medicare prescription drug benefit, is a federal program to subsidize the costs of prescription drugs and prescrip
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10/26/2016 10:56:15 AM
District Three incumbent commissioner Rayburn Massey is seeking reelection to continue serving the citizens of Franklin County. Massey recently finished up his second term as commissioner of District 3 and will face challenger Justin Boyles in the November 8 election.  After serving the previous eight years, Massey is proud of the things that he and his fellow commissioners have been able t...read more
10/26/2016 10:53:24 AM
For Franklin County resident Justin Boyles, being able to serve his community and give voice to the younger generation has driven him to run for the county commissioner’s seat in District 3. Boyles will run against incumbent Rayburn Massey on Tuesday, November 8 to represent the citizens of District 3. Boyles, 30, is a graduate of Russellville High School and a lifelong Franklin County resi...read more
10/26/2016 10:45:55 AM
Saturday, October 22, marked the first annual, “Great Family Event and Concert” at Sloss Lake in Russellville, hosted by the Bethania Family Christian Church. Jose Sanchez, 13-year pastor of the church, was eager to host an event to bring the community together.  “This is a perfect opportunity to spread the word of God to Russellville,” Sanchez said. Sanchez’s ...read more
10/26/2016 10:42:10 AM
Students from pre-kindergarten through second grade across Franklin County are receiving a first-hand look at how to navigate through a smoke-filled house as part of National Fire Prevention Month activities. Justin Green, fire marshal with the Russellville Fire Department, along with RFD firefighters, visited West Elementary School last Wednesday with their fire safety trailer, which allows stud...read more
10/19/2016 10:10:33 AM
Belgreen High School’s auditorium played host to a spirited forum for Franklin County Superintendent of Education last Thursday, as Republican candidate Bart Moss, Democratic candidate Donald Borden and independent candidate Greg Hamilton each took turns unfolding their respective plans should they win next month’s election. The debate lasted approximately 90 minutes and was full of a...read more
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