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“Hatred is a feeling that leads to the extinction of values”
Learn how you can help the Youth in your community today
Update Phase #2;
According to Travis Underhill Franklin engineer- Phase #2 will NOT be completed by years end. The underground work
is being delayed by utility companies NOT getting work completed. The new completion date is expected to be early spring.
First to report
By Allen Watts October 2014
Citizens wanted more options for retail, especially since Marsh Closed
earlier this year. Mayor Joe heard these cries and has brought a new Meijer Super Store to Franklin! The deal has been quiet until
the agreements had been finalized, but news released early Wednesday...read...FULL...story........
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Thanksgiving Day Fun Run/Walk!
The Ramey Boys Trust Fund
This is a Community service space for this fundraiser,
By Allen Watts – October 2014
...... Jamie Sue “Gill” Ramey was a
1992 graduate of Greenwood High School. In 2011 she was diagnosed with stomach cancer and lost her battle in July of 2012. She left behind her husband and four young boys, Ages ...........
The Crier supports this fund raiser event and asks all
those who can possibly attend help a valuable resource within your community, please!.......CLICK.... public notices link to read...full/more....info
Franklin's Urban forest planting again!
Saturday November 1st, 8:30 am
Be there and help be a part of Franklin's future community
A urban forest takes years and sometimes decades to develop. This is a project of Franklin resident Jim Crane and past
mayor Fred Paris. It MUST continue...
The benefits of a urban forest is overwhelming...Be There!
In cooperation with the Johnson County Community Foundation the Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Johnson County will
be accepting nominations for high school aged Johnson County youth....get full info and read more.......