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Wolf Therapeutic Massage

Wolf Therapeutic Massage

Rhonda Wolf started out in mental health counseling until she realized that she could make a difference as a masseuse. “Right from my very first massage, I realized the power of that and helping someone heal emotionally just as much as physically,” she says. Rhonda also wanted a career that required physical activity, so she […]

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September 1, 2019 | By More
Mackenzie Shilling – Cameo Hair Design

Mackenzie Shilling – Cameo Hair Design

Looking around Cameo Hair Design, you might not spot Mackenzie Shilling at first. She’s one among a few different hairstylists there, cutting away at a child’s long, brown hair. Mackenzie is tall, blonde and has the mark of a hairstylist, meaning she completely embodies what she does in who she is. But Mackenzie didn’t become […]

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August 1, 2019 | By More
Funky Town Mall

Funky Town Mall

It’s safe to say that Funky Town Mall is one of the most unique places to shop in Russellville. If you’ve never been, it feels like you’re on a scavenger hunt as you scour the shop for different treasure. The mall is a collection of different booths filled with oodles of jewelry, books, crafts, pocket […]

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July 1, 2019 | By More
Russellville Family Funeral

Russellville Family Funeral

The modern look of the new Russellville Family Funeral building sets a theme for the business as a whole: a place where funerals are professionally handled yet affordable for families. The new building makes a way for funeral planning to become a more comfortable process. But Russellville Family Funeral is made personable by funeral director […]

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June 1, 2019 | By More
Kob Jai

Kob Jai

Kim Nanthalansy knows all of the ins and outs of Kob Jai, a quaint little restaurant located on B Street in downtown Russellville. She can cook, clean, wait tables, and she’s got that one quality that almost always leads to success in any arena.“I’m a people person,” says Kim, “I enjoy being here and meeting […]

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May 1, 2019 | By More
First Security Bank

First Security Bank

In historic downtown Russellville, there’s one building that always stands out. It’s so massive that it could never be overlooked. Landscaped with the greenest bushes and trees and featuring countless windows, it’s the most unique building on 209 West Main St. Soon, the building will get a new owner — First Security Bank. Since 2017, […]

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April 1, 2019 | By More
Main Street Russellville

Main Street Russellville

At the heart of downtown Russellville, you’ll find The Russellville Train Depot. Passengers haven’t boarded a train here in more than 50 years, but the train conductor — in his sculpted metal immortality — still stands outside beckoning you to take a ride. Inside The Depot, along with layers of history, you’ll find Danielle Housenick, […]

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March 1, 2019 | By More
Alice Crow – Massage Therapist

Alice Crow – Massage Therapist

Alice Crow, self-contracted through Meraki Hair Studio specializes in everything from Swedish massages to ear candling. Alice’s core goal is to make every client feel comfortable. “I love being able to help others,” Alice says. “I guess kind of my motto has been to treat others the way that you would want to be treated […]

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February 1, 2019 | By More
Kindred at Home

Kindred at Home

Kindred at Home is a national organization with a local office located on Main Street in Russellville. They offer expert home health, hospice and community care to Russellville and the surrounding areas. A core goal of their outreach is to reduce unplanned hospital visits and to assist area residents in maintaining their independence. With 13 […]

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December 1, 2018 | By More
Dog Ear Books

Dog Ear Books

Dog Ear books first opened its doors in November of 2016. Since then the downtown bookstore has grown exponentially. Walking into the brightly lit store at the the corner of Main and Commerce in Russellville, you’ll find a large selection of new books in all genres along with an ample used book section. You’ll also […]

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November 1, 2018 | By More