WOLF CREEK NATIONAL FISH HATCHERY: Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery to Support Russell County Physical Activity/Wellness/Diabetes Coalition through Second Sunday Event
In partnership with the Russell County Physical
Activity/Wellness/Diabetes Coalition, directed by Shirley Roberson,
Health Educator with the Russell County Health Center, Wolf Creek
National Fish Hatchery is encouraging everyone to get outdoors and get
active on Sunday, October 12th, 2008 as part of the first ever Second
THE WAY I SEE IT: There are some nagging questions in life
In Aug. 30 issue, Russell County News By Barbara Sharp Zimmerman, Columnist
Sometimes in the middle of the night when I can't sleep I wonder about
things. And sometimes, I wonder about things during the day when
something bothers me, or for no reason at all.
In Aug. 30 issue, Russell County News By Ron Cowell, Columnist
Wesley Brewster in a young man from Russell Springs now serving in the
Military and is stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Not only is he
defending our country with time in Iraq but is also a lover of cars and
trucks and has built one on the sharpest trucks in the area.
In Aug. 30 issue Russell County News The Kentucky Tourism Council has selected Lake Cumberland Poker Run as on of the Commonwealth's fall "Top Ten" events. Held on the lake and centered at State Dock at Lake Cumberland State Resort Park, the event takes place on Sept. 5-7, 2008.
RUSSELL COUNTY HISTORY: Gun battle at ball game leaves four dead in ’31
In Aug. 30 issue, Russell County News
There was a time in the first half of the last century that community
baseball teams often played games on makeshift fields throughout
Russell and neighboring counties. One of those games ended when gunfire broke out, and four persons lay dead or mortally wounded on the field.
The Russell County Lakers gave a valiant effort Saturday night but fell, 44-31, to the Danville Admirals in the Bob Allen Pigskin Classic.
Coach Bill Sharp's team looked like a team to be reckoned with this season and will build on Saturday's success against a top 25 team in the state, according to many state media polls.
The Lakers scored on their first offensive play from scrimmage as Bryon Ellis found Landon Meece for a long touchdown reception, the Lakers' highlight of the night.
Russell County's Shelby Bell was crowned the Bob Allen Pigskin Queen before the game. All in all, a good night for Laker fans, despite the loss, as it shows Russell County is not to be taken lightly this fall.
In Aug. 23 issue, Russell County News By Barbara Sharp Zimmerman, Columnist
Oh, that Mitch McConnell is such a cut-up. First he jumps on Bruce Lunsford as being responsible for our
astronomical gasoline prices when he, Mitch McConnell, as Senate
Minority Leader, has obstructed every measure to develop alternate
sources of energy. Now, that’s funny.
In Aug. 23 issue, Russell County News By Ron Cowell, Columnist It's hard to believe it's August already and another season of Car Shows and Cruise Ins are about coming to an end. It's been a good year for all the clubs here in Russell County.
We attended the American Idol concert held in Lexington this past weekend. It would be very nice of me to say it was wonderful, but let’s not be
too nice and just say it was a good evening of social entertainment
complete with aching ears and back.
Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery supports Union Chapel Elementary in helping PE teachers to 'catch' their students attention
When Brian Moore of Union Chapel Elementary in Jamestown, Kentucky
headed off to summer school in July, he packed a tackle box and set off
to learn things like roll casting and how to tie a Palomar knot. Through the assistance of Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery, Brian
served as the representative for Union Chapel as the school is a
recipient of the 2008/2009 Future Fisherman Foundation Phys Ed National
Fishing and Boating Grant.
Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery Will Host Senior Fishing Rodeo on Wednesday, September 24th, 2008
On Wednesday, September 24th, 2008, from 9:00am to 12:00 noon CST, Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery will sponsor a Senior Fishing Rodeo.The event is free and is open to anyone 62 years of age or older.
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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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