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Editorial Cartoon: Anti-Social Media
Editorial Cartoon: Anti-Social Media

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Emergency services: Too crucial to ignore
Emergency services: Too crucial to ignore

There was some good news, some bad news and, potentially, some life-threatening news in the lead story in last week's edition of The Franklin Times.
The good news is that this long-simmering situation is now officially out in the open where it can be discussed -- and hopefully solved -- if only county officials are willing to do so.


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Being a copycat is one way, hopefully, to mimic success
Being a copycat is one way, hopefully, to mimic success

In June of 2018, the town of Franklinton was staring growth in the face.
To put it more bluntly, growth was beaming down on the town and daring it to make a move.
So, they called upon the help of the NC Main Street & Rural Planning Center because, as Commissioner Anita Fuller said at the time:


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Editorial Cartoon: Piggies Bank
Editorial Cartoon: Piggies Bank

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Too much concentrated power

Dear editor:
In response to the well written letter by Mr. Radcliffe. The main concern I have with shutting down the Keystone XL Pipeline is that one person with the stroke of a pen can destroy that many jobs. It is obvious that with increasing demand for petroleum products that the completion of the pipeline would benefit the citizens of the United States.


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Editorial Cartoon: Congress
Editorial Cartoon: Congress

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