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New building favored by hospital board
In March 26 Issue
The architect for Russell County Hospital's board of directors told them at the most recent meeting that the facility is old, bound to cause problems and they should begin replacing the 35-year-old facility.
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J-town Council hears report on facility’s impact
In March 26 Issue

The facility director of Russell County High School's new auditorium and natatorium gave an overview of the big building and told city council members of its fiscal importance to Jamestown, Russell Springs and Russell County at last Thursday's regular monthly meeting of the Jamestown City Council.
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New radio gear for emergency services
In March 26 Issue
The Russell Springs-based Lake Cumberland Area Development District was awarded $242,000 in State Homeland Security grants last week to purchase radio equipment for police and fire agencies and provide assistance to 911 centers in five area counties, including Russell County.
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Structure fires flare frequently in the county
In March 26 Issue
Firefighters were busy this week in Russell County.
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Stations continue on course after sale
In March 26 Issue
A change in ownership hasn't been and won't be noticeable said Alan Reed.
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New judge named after Maricle indicted
In March 26 Issue
Clay County Circuit Judge Cletus Maricle, who had been appointed over local cases involving local businessmen Leon Grider and James S. Faller II was indicted, arrested and jailed last week.
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Warriner fans 12 Rebels, Lakers win
In March 26 Issue
Laker senior pitcher Quinton Warriner fanned 12 Casey County Rebels in Russell County baseball's season opening win at Laker Field on Tuesday.
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Lady Lakers defeat Monroe in season’s first game
In March 26 Issue
The Russell County Lady Lakers softball team won the season's opening game Monday against visiting Monroe County, 13-8, in the varsity game and 14-4 in the JV game.
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Four Laker football players sign with Campbellsville
In March 26 Issue
Four Russell County Laker football seniors signed this week with Campbellsville University.
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From my window ... by I. C. Toowell
In March 26 Issue
Every week there are some great videos on the internet and we will begin bringing you one each week.
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Pointing the finger
In March 26 Issue
Several fiscal courts in the Lake Cumberland area have issued resolutions stating they feel the Corps of Engineers is the major issue with the problems at the Wolf Creek Dam and much of the resulting economic woes.
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Lakers throttle Casey County for baseball win
ONLINE UPDATE-March 25

Laker pitcher Quinton Warriner fanned 12 Casey County Rebels in Russell County baseball's season opening win at Laker Field on Tuesday. Warriner gave up just one hit in five innings of work in the 14-0 victory

The Lakers scored 14 runs on 13 hits. Cody Coffey hit his first homerun of the year and Jordan Best had an inside the park homerun to lead Russell County.
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Lady Lakers defeat Monore in season's first game
ONLINE UPDATE-March 24

The Russell County Lady Lakers softball team won the season's opening game yesterday against visiting Monroe County, 13-8, in the varsity game and 14-4 in the JV game.

Abbie Tarter picked up the win on the mound for the ladies while Lacy Holt, Hailey McBeath and Sarah Shaw all had big days at the plate for Coach Trent Tarter's team.
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Country Folks’ slideshow first of its kind in county
In March 21 Issue
Russell County News
Country Folks Realty and Auction has announced a “first” for the county, a drive-up slideshow.
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Auto Medics here to serve you
In March 21 Issue
Russell County News
Most people have experienced that grim sensation of rushing out to the car in the morning only to be greeted by a car that won’t start.
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Thoughts from the Lower 40: Like father, like son
In March 21 Issue
Russell County News
It was inevitable, really.
I knew there would come a time when my children and I would have to have “The Talk.”
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Cruisin': Tips to restoring a classic car
In March 21 Issue
Russell County News
For beginners, restoring classic cars may be a very hard task. While it may be safer to hire a mechanic to do all the restoration for you, it  would be great if you also learn how to do restoration by yourself.
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Debbie Does Discourse
In March 21 Issue
Russell County News
I'm a night owl. No matter how little sleep I got the night before or how tired I've been all day around midnight I get this huge second wind.
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In My Opinion ... by Ron Phillips
In March 21 Issue
Russell County News
Earmarks are not necessarily a bad thing’ Earmarks are not necessarily a bad thing was basically what was said in a recent reply back to me from Congressman, Ed Whitfield.
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Big work underway at Wolf Creek Dam
In March 19 Issue
The 120-ton crane that contractors say they will use to dig the trench for the diaphragm wall in Wolf Creek Dam has been constructed. It is waiting for improvements to the work platform to be completed before it is moved out to begin work on a portion of the dam.
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Jamestown getting park, fields ready
In March 19 Issue
The Jamestown City Park has recently undergone a restoration process and with the spring months right around the corner residents will finally be able to see the improvements up close, according to Jamestown Mayor Brooks Bates.
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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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P.O. Box 190
120 Wilson St.
Russell Springs KY 42642
Phone: 270-866-3191
Fax: 270-866-3198
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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FISCAL COURT: 2nd Monday of month, 6 p.m. in the Courthouse
RUSSELL SPRINGS CITY: 2nd Thursday of month, 6 p.m. in the City Hall Municipal Room
JAMESTOWN CITY: 3rd Thursday of month, 6 p.m. in basement meeting room at City Hall
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AIRPORT BOARD: 1st Tuesday of month, 5 p.m. at Airport
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