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After losing much-needed grant money, Franklin County Prevention Coalition Director Tabatha Curtis asked the Finance Committee this past week to make up the difference to keep the organization fully functional. Curtis requested $76,000, the amount lost when the grant program ended. This is the first time the coalition has asked for funding assistance from the county. The program has been fully funded by grants and other monies since its inception.
Azoning dispute over a Franklin County Drug Court program building’s use has escalated into two lawsuits against Decherd and two municipal employees on grounds they didn’t have the authority to terminate water services to force tenants to vacate. The lawsuits were filed in Franklin County Circuit Court on March 27. The first lawsuit was filed by Russell L. Leonard and wife Kirkland W. Leonard against the City of Decherd and
A recent Winchester children’s martial arts event could be hitting television sets nationally as a reality show series. Bunny Hawkersmith, owner of Bunny’s Mixed Martial Arts in Winchester, held a children’s MMA event that brought competitors from as far away as Las Vegas, Nev., and it turned out to be quite entertaining. Those who watch the show will probably be imagining a 180-degree twist from the reality show Toddlers and
Nissan North America officials announced Tuesday that Franklin County native Gary Edwards has been promoted to vice president of the Decherd Powertrain Operations and Smyrna Battery Plant. Edwards began his Nissan career at the Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant in 1983. Throughout the years, he worked in various engineering departments as he pursued his BS degree in engineering technology. When Nissan began construction on its Decherd plant, Edwards came from Smyrna
Although there are a few convenience stores in the area, whenever a Huntland family’s grocery list gets long or when needing specialty items, they will typically make the trek to one of the larger stores in Winchester. Huntland residents once had the Piggly Wiggly on Main Street that they frequented for most grocery items and necessities, but the family-owned store officially closed its doors a two years ago. However, sometime
Franklin County and surrounding area residents have a great opportunity to explore and shop at the sold out venue with over 90 exhibitors at the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce’s 22nd Annual Business Expo this coming Thursday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Monterey Station in Cowan. Area residents are being encouraged to visit some of Franklin County’s finest businesses. The Expo is the perfect venue to purchase and discover