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It’s publicized as “a 35 minute one-act play that is surely to be entertaining. Franklin County High School’s Thespian Society is presenting “The Actor’s Nightmare” starting tonight. The play will be performed in the school’s auditorium at 7 p.m. followed by a Saturday night performance at the same time and concludes with a 3 p.m. finale on Sunday. Admission is $5 per person and can be purchased at the door.
Mad Sam, Southern Middle Tennessee’s suicide awareness organization, recently held a very unique event to raise awareness and raise funds for Contact Lifeline. This event was titled “Laugh4LIFE” and was held on Saturday at the Rain Teen Center in Decherd. Group spokesperson, Jayson Davis describes what the organization hoped to accomplish. “We wanted to create an opportunity for people to come together and have a great time and focus on
Kenny Gragg takes local helm as Tims Ford State Park manager EDITOR brian justice Kenny Gragg has been Tims Ford State Park’s manager for several months, and Friday was an opportune time to introduce him to area leaders in a special gathering. About 25 attended at the Tims Ford Visitor Center where Brock Hill, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation deputy commissioner, explained key changes going on within the
As a tribute to those who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to serve their country, a special dinner was held Tuesday to honor the Franklin County area’s Disabled American Veterans. A nice crowd attended the 12th Annual Russell Barnett Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep Disabled American Veterans Chapter #71 Appreciation Dinner at the dealership located on Highway 41-A in Winchester. DAV Commander Mike Foster said the event
EDITOR brian justice Farm Service program technician Rhonda Scharer is used to dealing with the public, but Wednesday morning proved to be a little more than she bargained for when a deer seemingly came from nowhere and broke through a main window and tore up the agency’s 200 S. Jefferson St. office. The deer, a doe, raced through Scharer’s office, just after 9:30 a.m., then went into farm
Several exciting holiday events are planned in Sewanee and the entire community is invited to help make this a memorable holiday season of fun on the mountain. The Sewanee Tree Lighting Festival will be held Friday, Dec. 6. The University will be joining the entire village by lighting a Christmas Tree in the Quad at 5 p.m. and then follow Santa down to the village to light the village Christmas
Students at Clark Memorial School have been working to design creative and beautiful artwork for their fourth annual Christmas Art Sale. The sale will be taking place the first weekend in December at the school. Students and parents are especially excited about the sale because all art students in kindergarten through fi fth grades have contributed at least one item. Louise Crowell, Clark Memorial’s art teacher, said she feels it’s