In May 17 issue, Russell County News The whirlwind of activity never stops at Angel House. With nineteen mouths to feed, diapers to change, clothes to wash and crying to sooth, there are never enough hands. At the focus of this flurry, are several bundles of joy swaddled securely in their cozy, warm blankets.
RUSSELL COUNTY HEROES: Defying the odds, Angrick Cooper takes center stage
In May 17 issue, Russell County News Angrick Cooper, a soon-to-be 6th grade graduate from Salem Elementary, has experienced several roadblocks in her young life. But to anyone that saw her recent performance in the Star Theater production, “Bridge to Terabithia,” knows she stole the show playing the role of May Belle Aarons.
In May 17 issue, Russell County News From an early age, Judy Antle, a former #1 women’s angler in the world, of Jamestown, has fished the waters of this country most of her life and finally made it on the professional women’s bass fishing circuit during the 80s.
In May 17 issue, Russell County News Ten-year-old Dalton Robertson of Russell Springs is one of hundreds of Russell County boys and girls that are participating in one of the American rites of spring. The local Little League baseball season is fully underway on the fields in the Jamestown and Russell Springs city parks.
THE WAY I SEE IT: It's time for somebody to do the right thing
In May 10 issue, Russell County News By Barbara Sharp Zimmerman, Columnist Admittedly, it’s my bug that is getting mashed in the struggle between Russell County Hospital and Anthem Health Plans of Kentucky. I am an Anthem policyholder, and I have to have monthly blood tests, quarterly blood tests and sometimes other tests and it is very convenient for me to run up to the hospital and have them do them for me.
We reached another landmark in our household this week. One that will change many, many things as we go through the future. This change will be one that will enable Ole I.C. to walk around town, take walks early of the morning and enjoy the fresh air, natural beauty and local atmosphere..... Chanson turned 16 so we will likely soon be without a car.
In May 3 issue, Russell County News By Ron Cowell, Columnist The warm weather is here and the Ol’ Boys Toys Car show was a big success in spite of the cold and rain. Plenty of cars turned out for a fun day at K Mart parking lot.
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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