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First deer

Jerrilyn Hammond shot her first big buck in White Oak Creek bottom on October 30, 2016. Jerrilyn Hammond shot her first big buck in White Oak Creek bottom on October 30, 2016. She shot the eight point buck with a 16 1/2” spread from a distance of 100 yards with a 222 rifle.

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Call to avoid delays in blood donation

Area residents are asked to help save lives by giving blood. Time slots are now being reserved for the Carter BloodCare blood drive at the church of Christ from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, November 12.

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Customer appreciation

The staff members at Guaranty Bank and Trust serve hamburgers with all the fixings, as well as chips, cookies and drinks.The staff members at Guaranty Bank and Trust serve hamburgers with all the fixings, as well as chips, cookies and drinks. The bank served approximately 400 hamburgers during their customer appreciation day on Friday, October 28 at their facility on Hwy. 37.

CRRA Princess

Cora PeckhamCora Peckham, the 10 year old daughter of CoDee Morgan and Courtney Peckham, was recently crowned as the 2017 Cowboy Regional Rodeo Association’s Princess. She is in the fourth grade at Mount Vernon Elementary School.

Alamo Halloween party well attended

Winners in the age five and under costume contestThe Alamo Mission Museum’s 11th annual Halloween Party was deemed a success with several hundred people enjoying games, food, a haunted house and hayrides on Saturday, October 29.

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Redneck Play Day set at Alamo Mission Museum

The annual Redneck Play Day and Trades Day events have been planned for Friday and Saturday, November 11 and 12 at the Alamo Mission Museum (AMM) grounds.

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Indian artifact show and trade day

An Indian artifcact show and trade opportunity will be at the Alamo Mission Museum on Saturday, November 5.The gates will open at 9 a.m., and the event will continue through out the day.

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“Soldiers of the Soil” to be FCHA program

Author, historical researcher and genealogist Carol Taylor of Greenville will present “Soldiers of the Soil” as the program for the Franklin County Historical Association’s bi-monthly general membership meeting Monday, November 7.

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Fish fry, Fall festival November 5

Members of the North Franklin Volunteer Fire Department will be hosts for a fish fry and Fall festival on Saturday, November 5 at the Hagansport Community Center.

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