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Sheriff Winstead says he won't seek re-election in 2022
By: farmerjohn on 6/11/21
I salute Sheriff Winstead for a job well done. Franklin County has been blessed to have a sheriff o...
A Guest Editorial: Reflections on an unprecedented school year
By: fwinstead on 6/13/21
What is the target date for reducing segregation in the Franklin County Public School System to a po...
Does art imitate life or does life need to imitate art?!?
By: peacemaker on 6/12/21
Great article! We are our own worst enemy.... Seems like after this and the toilet paper debacle we...
By: fwinstead on 6/9/21
Maybe the 10th Rule of Acquisition applies: "Greed is eternal."...
Reality helps erase commissioners' concerns
By: peacemaker on 6/12/21
Actually being conservative means planning for future needs instead of always saying no or cutting t...
By: localhistory on 6/11/21
Gary, thank you for your excellent commentary on the positions of two commissioners. Public schools ...
Editorial Cartoon: The Future
By: tcallen on 6/11/21
And the Democrats will still be complaining about losing the 2000 and 2016 presidential elections....
Countywide zoning rewrite approved
By: peacemaker on 6/12/21
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Charter school OK'd; county schools weigh response
By: tcallen on 6/12/21
This argument about the charter school locating in Franklin County shows that improving the educatio...
By: fwinstead on 6/10/21
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TAKING FLIGHT
By: farmerjohn on 6/3/21
I was worried about the traffic close to where we live. I am pleased to report that we were delighte...
Commissioners eye school needs, funding
By: farmerjohn on 6/6/21
I agree with Danny Pearce. We need to push back against federal mandates that don't reflect the wis...
Internet dreadfully slow or worse? Tell state officials about it
By: peacemaker on 5/21/21
Wilson put in a great system and the politicians immediately pass laws forbidding other towns and ci...
By: peacemaker on 5/21/21
Wilson put in a great system and the politicians immediately pass laws forbidding other towns and ci...
End of gas 'crisis' foils perfectly good excuse
By: farmerjohn on 5/20/21
I'll tell you why so many families would be interested in having their kids attend a charter school....
By: localhistory on 5/20/21
Well said....
County considers tiny tax decrease
By: JohnEdwards on 5/20/21
How much is the tax -decrease-? With all of this new spending, including raising the rates on water,...
How much of Franklin County must we sacrifice?
By: JohnEdwards on 5/19/21
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By: fwinstead on 5/14/21
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By: JohnEdwards on 5/13/21
There is a big error in the column. Lake Royale has NOT been exposed to sewage from septic tanks....

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