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Russellville leaders consider moves towards casino land annexation

Leaders of Russellville are toying with the idea of annexing the land for a future casino in Pope County. Tuesday night, City Council introduced a new resolution--the resolution would be to inform the County they plan to pursue annexation of the casino land.

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