13 hrs ago
Council to consider abandoning portions of some right of ways
A public hearing has been set concerning a proposal for the city to abandon a portion of 80 right of ways.
17 hrs ago
Police arrest woman with more than 200 pills
Russellville police found a woman in possession of more than 235 controlled substance prescription pills while sleeping on the concrete near the parking lot of a local grocer Friday morning.
Fri May 17, 2013
19 from River Valley among Ozarks graduates
Nineteen students from the Arkansas River Valley were part of the 2013 senior class that graduated from University of the Ozarks on Saturday, May 11.
Referendum petition closer to vote
A referendum petition regarding a zoning ordinance that would allow construction of a Walmart Neighborhood Market is one step closer to appearing on a ballot.
Thu May 16, 2013
Full steam ahead for Depot bazaar
Whether you're looking for some new kitchen wares, a good book to read or maybe that once-in-a-life time find, the 13th annual "Rummage 'Round the Rails" in downtown Russellville might just have a treasure for everyone this year.
Foreign exchange student embraces Southern culture
Sten Ritterfeld was recognized Monday evening as a Rotary foreign exchange student at the annual Russellville Celebration of Excellence ceremony at The Center for the Arts.
RHS seniors receive scholarships
Russellville High School seniors were presented with awards and scholarships Monday night totaling more than $400,000 for becoming quintessential models of academic excellence.
Wed May 15, 2013
City Park makes a splash
It was the middle of summer 2011, and we had seen several days in a row of temperatures in the mid-90s and almost no rain.
Tue May 14, 2013
Big lottery jackpots available today and Wednesday
A couple of dollars and the right numbers could make you America's next millionaire as pots for the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery have reached enormous proportions this week.
Walmart referendum petition submitted
A table is set up recently at Cash Saver in Russellville seeking signatures for a petition on the zoning ordinance that would allow for the construction of a Walmart Neighborhood Market.
Mon May 13, 2013
Bass Fishing Resource Guide
Gordon Wins Bass Fishing League Tournament on Greers Ferry Lake
Shawn Gordon of Russellville, Ark., weighed a five-bass limit totaling 12 pounds, 10 ounces Saturday to win the Bass Fishing League Arkie Division tournament on Greers Ferry Lake.
Aquatic center could cost $200,000 to run
Operating a proposed indoor aquatic center could cost Russellville taxpayers more than $200,000 annually, according to an estimated budget prepared for the city.
Student visits ATU campus for 1st time - on graduation day
Amy Teetzen of Greenwood was running out of time to realize her dream of earning a college degree.
Sat May 11, 2013
New splash pad opens next week
The new splash pad at Russellville City Park will open Tuesday. The splash pad is scheduled to run from 9 a.m. until dark through September, possibly even into October if weather permits.
Fri May 10, 2013
Murphy, Rothwells to enter Hall of Distinction Saturday
Jim Murphy of Russellville and Terry Tucker Rothwell and Ben Rothwell of Heber Springs will be inducted into the Arkansas Tech Hall of Distinction during a 10 a.m. commencement ceremony at John E. Tucker Coliseum in Russellville.
Data show medical-billing disparities across state
Data released by the federal government this week show the amounts hospitals charge Medicare for the same procedures widely vary state to state and even within cities.
Observing Police Officer's Day
Law enforcement officers from throughout Pope County gathered at the Train Depot in Russellville on Thursday for a ceremony commemorating Police Officer's Day, where they remembered officers fallen in the line of duty.
Thu May 09, 2013
Colleagues, friends remember Judge Melinda Gilbert
Judge Dick Moore said he got to know Melinda Gilbert back in the mid-nineties, when he needed an attorney to assist on a case.
Council talks Walmart referendum impact
Russellville aldermen discussed Tuesday the possible impacts of a referendum petition concerning the zoning ordinance that would allow for the construction of a Walmart Neighborhood Market.
Dowdell arrested for stabbing man
Russellville police arrested Christopher Dowdell, 25, late Wednesday night on a charge of second degree battery after a man was stabbed in the 1200 block of S. Greenwich Ave.