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About 50 people were in attendance at the annual March for Babies held Sunday in downtown Franklin. Organizers were pleased with the number considering the date, time, and location had to be changed due to the bad weather on Oct. 3, the original date of the event.

Lee Berger, wife of the late Dr. Fred Berger (pediatrician at Angel Medical Center for many years) was the 2015 Honorary Chairperson.

Brent and Kayla Galloway (daughter Primrose) were the Ambassador family. Primrose was born with a congenital heart defect and has already had several heart surgeries and it is expected that she will need at least two more in her life.


During halftime of the Franklin High School football game Friday night, students crowned Ashlyn Rose Carruthers (left) the 2015 Homecoming Queen. Ashlyn was escorted by her father, Doug Carruthers.

Macie Bodenheimer was named as runner up. Macie was escorted by her father, F.P. Bodenheimer. Photos by Vickie Carpenter


Before Friday night’s homecoming football game, the Franklin High School Booster Club honored veterans with a ceremony on the track.

Navy veteran Tommy Cabe was presented with a Quilt of Valor for his service.

“Thank you so much for this,” said Cabe. “Next to my children, this is the greatest thing to ever happen to me.”




Items delivered to New Spring Church in Columbia.

Three weeks after historical flooding devastated parts of South Carolina, more than 100 roads remain closed and volunteers and workers continue to work around the clock to clean up the mess. Torrential rains washed away entire homes, leaving South Carolina residents scrambling to secure day-to-day necessities.

Organizations and individuals across the country answered South Carolina's calls for help in the days following the flooding and while a national mission was launched to help rebuild South Carolina, residents in Macon County also joined the effort. Leading the local charge was Macon County Farm Bureau agent Nikki Adams, who set out to collect donations from the community and then personally drive them to areas in South Carolina beginning to recover from the rains.


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