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Editorial Cartoon: Sign?
Editorial Cartoon: Sign?

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Don't forget, we have someone to Crow about!
Don't forget, we have someone to Crow about!

While writing the story about the long-awaited and greatly needed new athletic field complex at Louisburg High School last week, I realized there was one thing missing.
It appears that construction bids for the first phase of the complex are in line and that construction money is available.


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Local photo depicts democracy in action

Some say that a picture is worth a thousand words.
And we're not talking selfies, here.
But some pictures do tend to tell a story as well as words -- which is one of the reasons there have been photographs in newspapers almost since there were photographs.


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Franklin County grads bursting at the seams
Franklin County grads bursting at the seams

In a previous column, my boss wrote a column about the inevitable brain drain that happens in counties and communities like Franklin -- where higher education and employment opportunities most often take our high school graduates from Franklin County, only to return for visits and, perhaps, retirement.
Those things may eventually change in this community, and I hope that they do.


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Editorial Cartoon: Witness
Editorial Cartoon: Witness

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