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Although a new proposal was sent last week by Sibley Oil Company to the Russellville City Board of Education, superintendent Heath Grimes said the board already approved a bid from FleetStar Fuel Company, and there is no need to re-bid the system's diesel fuel supply contract this year. In July, the board approved Sibley Oil Company to provide diesel fuel for RCS buses and equipment. Two bids wer
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8/26/2015 1:57:14 PM
Montgomery, AL – Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries Consumer Food Safety Inspectors and Ag Compliance Inspectors are conducting recall effectiveness checks on approximately 2,068,467 pounds of Oscar Mayer turkey bacon products that may be adulterated because it may spoil before the “Best When Used By” date.   Kraft Heinz Foods Company, a Newberry, S....read more
8/26/2015 11:40:52 AM
Two fire-ravaged buildings on West Lawrence Street will soon be torn down by the City of Russellville after the council voted to abate the properties at its August 17 meeting. Russellville Building and License inspector Bill Fuller said the next step will be for city officials to determine the safest and most efficient method to raze the buildings, located at 215 and 217 West Lawrence. The two bu...read more
8/26/2015 11:36:50 AM
There’s a hidden jewel in Phil Campbell, and it’s only available to the first 24 families to find it. The Village at Oliver Place, a 24-unit townhome complex on Pike Street in Phil Campbell, is one of the silver linings on the cloud that was the April 27, 2011 tornado that devastated the community. A project of the Community Action Partnership of North Alabama, the complex was co...read more
8/26/2015 11:31:47 AM
When a person sees a pink ribbon, they usually associate it with breast cancer. However, there is another color that represents a different type of cancer that is even deadlier to women. According to a resolution signed by Russellville mayor David Grissom and the city council at its August 17 meeting, Russellville City Hall will light up teal for ovarian and gynecological cancer awareness for the...read more
8/26/2015 11:21:18 AM
With tax collecting season right around the corner, the Franklin County Commission approved the temporary hiring of an additional employee in the Revenue Commissioner’s Office. At its August 17 meeting, the commission approved revenue commissioner Gene Ellison’s request to temporarily hire Angie Haney. Haney’s period of employment will be September 21, 2015—January 15, 201...read more
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