In Feb. 23 issue, Russell County News We are extremely proud to bring you the first of a new and entertaining Russell County News this weekend with our Feb. 23 issue. It is our desire to create a publication that will not only be informative in many ways but will bring you interesting and informative columns and features.
Reaction to statue crash: ‘Just like losing part of your family’
In Feb. 23 issue, Russell County News It took only a few seconds Wednesday night for the iconic Jamestown "Doughboy" to be brought down by an alleged drunk driver's truck. Mayor Brooks Bates said the fallout from the devastation has hit home hard. "Everyone I've talked to is asking me about it," he said.
We dialed a friend this week and his phone answering instruction stated...Sorry I am not available to answer your call at this time, if it is an emergency please call the hospital or 911. We like that one.
Can we even imagine how excited the national news media is going to get when election time really rolls around. The TV and print news media have gone wild and all we are hearing is about the candidates what they are doing or what they haven’t done. It is like the whole world has stopped while the candidates get their say on TV.
The Times Journal is a weekly newspaper issued on Thursdays. It was first published on October 13, 1949, by Andrew J. and Terry Norfleet.
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Russell Springs KY 42642
Russell County News is a weekly newspaper issued on Saturdays, and is mailed free to every address in Russell County, Ky. It was first published on February 1, 1913.
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