Remembering 9/11 :: September 11, 2001

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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce along with Mayor Joe Collins recently welcomed Hana Express with a Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Celebration. Hana Express is located at 215 Holly Springs Plaza.

Hana Express offers an Asian fusion of Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese cuisine which includes a large sushi bar. Dishes are prepared to order and always fresh and hot. Folks can order from the extensive menu, from the sushi bar or from the hibachi bar. The hibachi bar allows you to create your own dish in four simple steps choosing your rice, sauce, vegetables and meat. Owners Henry Te and Nancy Phuong have 32 years of experience preparing and serving their dishes.

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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce along with Mayor Joe Collins recently celebrated the opening of Joshua Murphy’s Handyman Home Enhancement with a ribbon cutting celebration.

Murphy’s handyman mobile service offers general home repairs as well as room additions, decks, remodeling projects and yardwork.

“No project is too small” says Murphy. “I enjoy working with wood and receive a great deal of satisfaction seeing a job to completion” Murphy concluded.

Joshua Murphy can be reached at (828)371-6816 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The “Drive 4UR School” Program is back in Jackson County on Oct. 18. The popular program sponsored by Andy Shaw Ford of Sylva and the Ford Motor Company provides much needed funding for our local high schools. Proceeds from this year’s event will be used to supplement various programs at Smoky Mountain High School. For each of the first 300 test drives of a new Ford vehicle a $20 donation will be made by Andy Shaw Ford and Ford Motor Company.

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Jeffrey A. Cloer, an eighthgeneration Franklin native, was sworn in as a member of Southwestern Community College’s Board of Trustees on Monday, Oct. 7.

An agent with Wayah Insurance, Cloer was appointed as a trustee by the Macon County Board of Commissioners to fill the position Melvin “Pete” Penland held from September 1997 until this June.

“I was honored and flattered that I was asked to serve in this capacity,” Cloer said.

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