Remembering 9/11 :: September 11, 2001

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The Franklin High School Band held its spring concert May 14.

The Jazz Ensemble, Concert Band and the Symphonic Band provided a variety of musical selections.

Scholarships were awarded to deserving seniors as pictured, (front L-R) James Wilt - Director's Scholarship; Rachael Carpenter - John Huckabee Memorial Scholarship; Angela Deetz - Woody Herman Jazz Scholarship; Caleb Moore - Patrick Gilmore Scholarship; (back, L-R) Cody Lee Keener - John Philip Sousa Scholarship; Clint Strain - Louis Armstrong Jazz Scholarship.

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Franklin High School held its Senior Awards Day Friday, May 4.

Among the awards handed out were in the categories of Academics, Civic, Athletics, Cultural Arts Vocational and others.

Senior Class president Madison Brown welcomed the assembly of students, family, friends and faculty.

Student body president Eric Phommakisone offered inspirational remarks.

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Although he has two years left on his contract, Superintendent Dr. Dan Brigman announced late Monday afternoon that he will be leaving the Macon County School district on or before June 30.

During Monday night's board meeting for the Catawba County School Board, Dr. Brigman beat out 27 other applicants and was unanimously appointed to take over as their superintendent on July 1 under a four-year contract with a beginning salary of $160,000.

“Serving as superintendent of the Macon County School System has been a very rewarding experience,” said Dr. Brigman in his media announcement. “My wife, children and I have enjoyed our time in Macon County and offer our sincere gratitude to the members of this great community and school system for the overwhelming support provided to us since our arrival approximately six years ago.”

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Western Carolina University students Corey Duvall and Matthew Alexander Del Corral were invited to travel to Raleigh this week to join other college students from around the state to sit in on a conference call between Governor Bev Perdue and President Barack Obama to discuss the future of North Carolina's education.

Duvall is the president of the Western Carolina University College Democrats and a Franklin native.

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