Florida trucker drives hundreds of feet down Caney Creek after electronic GPS points him in the wrong direction
In May 22-28 issue "Up a creek without a paddle," became a saying Jesus Jardon can truly understand, after following his electronic GPS navigation system's instructions along West Wilson Road, and then down Caney Creek … literally … in his tractor-trailer truck.
Russell Countians like Hillary in ‘very low’ primary turnout
In May 22-28 issue JAMESTOWN - A light turnout of around 20 percent of Russell County voters participated in Tuesday's primary election, according to Court Clerk Lisha Popplewell. Democrat Hillary Clinton received 1,026 local votes while Barack Obama managed 168 votes in the county's Democratic race for president.
18 emergency warning sirens have been placed throughout Russell County, await connections
In May 22-28 issue The installation of the 18 new advanced warning emergency sirens throughout the county and below Wolf Creek Dam is complete, according to Judge-Executive Mickey Garner, Emergency Management Director H.M. Bottom and Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency Executive Director Bruce B. Brown.
In May 22-28 issue JAMESTOWN - The members of the Russell County Fiscal Court, other local officials and county employees were treated May 15th to a number-intensive presentation regarding the future of the county jail.
In May 22-28 issue JAMESTOWN - During the City Council's May meeting, Mayor Brooks Bates gave his annual budget address to the council saying, "As everyone knows that runs a household, the basic expenses have gone through the roof."
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 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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