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... or visit redcrossblood.org for more information and to make an appointment to help save lives. The Russellville Recreation and Parks Department will present the annual Children's Fishing Derby at Pleasant View Park on June 8 beginning at 8 a.m. with ... Comment?
Free physicals for Russellville School District athletic and spirit groups will be given today and Wednesday. Comment?
A Yell County employee died Friday after falling at the Yell County landfill. Thomas Clark, 72, of Russellville was killed after falling 18 to 20 feet from the landfill trailer on Friday, according to Yell County Judge Mark Thone. Comment?
Fat Daddy's Bar-B-Que has been granted a private club permit to sell alcohol at its new location at 104 North Denver Avenue in downtown Russellville. Comment?
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. Comment?
Russellville High School seniors were presented with awards and scholarships Monday night totaling more than $400,000 for becoming quintessential models of academic excellence. Comment?
We all get our start somewhere. Local craftsman Tyler Bittle, 23, of Russellville credits his start and success to family tradition. Comment?
... projects. Possibly the most unique project is providing a measure of comfort for the homeless community in the Russellville area. It starts with ordinary plastic grocery bags - thousands of them. Volunteers flatten the bags, then cut off the top and ... Comment?
Over the past two years, Russellville's Code Enforcement department has implemented several new strategies to help both residents and the city itself. Comment?
ISO: Birth Mother. Girl born on May 29th 1983 and placed in foster care @ St. Marys Hospital in Russellville, Ar. Comment?
... access to the property for construction and utility repair purposes. Irwin said most residential streets in Russellville have a right of way of no more than 50 feet from the street center, but some portions of the city have right of ways extending ... Comment?
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. Comment?
Russellville will soon be home to its very own half marathon race. Christie Graham, Advertising and Promotion Commission executive director, told commissioners Thursday the RussVegas Half Marathon is scheduled for April 26, 2014. Comment?
... Hill, who earned a BS in economics and management administration with Cum Laude honors; Jacqueline Jurcik of Russellville, who earned a BA in theatre; Laken Littlefield of Booneville, who earned a BS in chemistry; Kelsey Meek of Clarksville, who ... Comment?
... on Wednesday and Fridays each week at noon at the Extension office conference room, 105 West B Street in Russellville. The participant fee for the program is $12. An information meeting will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Monday at the Extension office ... Comment?
... that would allow construction of a Walmart Neighborhood Market is one step closer to appearing on a ballot. Russellville City Clerk Kathy Collins confirmed Thursday she verified 917 of the petition's signatures; 878 signatures were required. The ... Comment?
Shawn Gordon of Russellville, Ark., weighed a 5-bass limit totaling 12 lbs, 10 ozs to win the Arkie Division event on Greers Ferry Lake. Comment?
... Pottsville Baptist Church, officiated by the Rev. Jim Huffman under the direction of Broussard Funeral Home of Russellville. Burial arrangements are private. The family has requests that in lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name at ... Comment?
... hot rods, and customs on a yearly basis. For this particular install he contacted Trique Manufacturing in Russellville, Arkansas, for one of their Altman Easy Latch kits designed to specifically fit the '53-56 Ford F-100. The kit features everything ... Comment?
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. Comment?