September 2013 Articles
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Cocoa got me

By Paula Clark

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



She bounded through the open front door and planted her front paws on my knees and gave  me the “Gotcha! You're mine!" look. It was love at first sight. A lively, wiry 21-pound Westie Terrier captured my heart in an instant, and right then Ray knew that I was going shopping for a new dogg...

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Fall Community Education classes listed

By Alicia Carmichael

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Fall 2013 Community Education classes listed This class is for anyone who knows a few chords and wants to learn more. Instructor Charles Crafton of Lewisburg will help you focus on rhythm and changing chords. Just bring your acoustic guitar to class and get ready to have a great time. Bro. Terry Br...

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Adult Ed celebrating Family Literacy Week

By Diane Crawley

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



When I approach people to discuss the importance of family literacy and adult education, people ask me why they should care.  What makes family literacy and adult education so important to Russellville? Answers can be long and complicated.  Beyond the immediate reward that each of our stu...

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The journey of a city girl gone country

By Rhonda Barton

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



In the words of Minnie Pearl, HOWDEE! I'M JUST SO PROUD TO BE HERE! Some young readers may not know who Minnie Pearl is. Let me explain, because she is the back story to my discussion. Minnie Pearl, of course, was only a stage name. She was in real life, Sarah Ophelia Colley Cannon, born the daught...

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RHS seeks to improve ACT success online

By RHS Principal Kim McDaniel

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Below is information from our website about a new ACT prep program that the district has added to help our school prepare students to take the ACT exam as juniors. Besides the academic benefits of this program, a higher ACT score could financially impact how you plan to send your child to college. ...

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Faith Southern Style remembered from growing up in a small town

By Nelson Weaver

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Every journey down the memory lane of my generation includes numerous stops at a church. Churches were a center of activity and we were an active bunch. I grew up just above the buckle of the Bible Belt. There is no official boundary. It is mostly the South and Midwest. You know you are in the Bib...

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