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Boil Water Advisory

A Boil Water Advisory at the intersection of 379 and 55 to the Adair County line and includes all side roads until further notice.

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Clinton County Child Dies in Car Accident

A tragic accident Saturday afternoon in Clinton County has left a two-year-old child dead. Reports from Albany say the child died when a vehicle was…

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RC Fiscal Court Meets Tonight

Mostly routine items are on the agenda for tonight’s monthly meeting of the Russell County Fiscal Court.   The county magistrates will hear from Jailer Bobby…

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Longtime RC Police Chief Announces Retirement

The longtime police chief for the City of Russell Springs has announced his retirement.   Joe Michael Irvin announced last night during the monthly meeting of…

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COVID-19 Claims the Life of a Russell County Man

A well known Russell County man lost his short battle with COVID-19 yesterday, becoming the county’s fifth death as a result of the pandemic since…

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Long Lines at Courthouse Wednesday After Reopening

Long lines and 90 degree temperatures made for some irritated folks yesterday as the Russell County Courthouse re-opened to the public. County Judge-Executive Gary Robertson…

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RS City Council Meets Tonight

The Russell Springs City Council will meet this evening at 6:00 pm. The full agenda is below… PRAYER PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE I. MEETING CALLED TO…

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School Officials Continue to Develop Plans for Upcoming School Year

Discussions are ongoing as local school officials work to develop a re opening plan for schools to start August 26th. Superintendent Michael Ford and local…

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Funeral Services Friday for Drowning Victim

Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon for a young Russell County boy who drowned earlier this week near Clifty Creek boat ramp. 17 year…

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COVID-19 Cases Continue to Increase

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Kentucky yesterday was the second highest single-day increase since the pandemic began.   State officials announced yesterday 371 news…

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