Ravenden Archive

  • Ravenden Fun and Games Night

    Ravenden fun and games night will take place on March 3rd, 2018 at the Ravenden Municipal Building. All ages are welcome to join in this fun event that will include bingo, BBQ, auction, cakewalk, drawings, and a concession stand. Food will be ready at 5:00 […]

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  • Ravenden 3rd annual Fall festival

    The Ravenden 3rd annual Fall festival will be held on October 14th, 2017. Vendors will set up at 10am in the Ravenden City park. The Car show sign up starts at 10 am. With a $5 donation. Sloan Hendrix Seniors will be doing face painting […]

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  • Two Transported To Area Hospitals After Accident In Ravenden

      Shortly after 2 pm on Thursday, Chief Tim McComas of the Ravenden Police Department reported an accident on 1st Street in Ravenden near the Church of Christ to the Lawrence County Dispatch Center requesting the Ravenden Volunteer Fire Department, AET Ambulance and a medical […]

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  • Train Comes Uncoupled In Ravenden Causing Traffic Delays On Saturday

    A BNSF train traveling through Ravenden on Saturday caused a traffic delay on Saturday after coming uncoupled at the crossing on Hwy 63. Ravenden Firefighters assisted with traffic as the train was re-attached to the engines and could be moved. Traffic delays were reported but […]

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  • Traffic Slowed In Ravenden On Sunday After Accident

    Shortly before 3 pm on Sunday the Lawrence County Dispatch received a 911 call reporting an accident in Ravenden at Hwy 63 near Anderson Street. Ravenden Fire, Ravenden Police, AET Ambulance and Lawrence County Sheriff’s Deputies were all dispatched to the accident. Early reports indicated […]

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  • Busy Night For The Ravenden Volunteer Fire Department

      It was a busy night for the Ravenden Volunteer Fire Department on Thursday night. First at 8:39 pm the Lawrence County Dispatch received a report of the Outback Campground having a large grass fire, the caller stated visibility was near zero in the campground […]

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