61st Annual Macon County Fair :: September 17-20 @ Wayne Proffitt Agricultural Center - 441 South, Franklin, NC

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The Town of Franklin will be hosting a meet and greet reception to welcome David Adams, the town’s new police chief.

The reception will be held at 2 p.m. at Town Hall on Wednesday, March 21. Light refreshments will be served and anyone in the community is encouraged to drop in and meet Mr. Adams.

“We hope to see local business owners, churches, nonprofit organizations stopping by to welcome Mr. Adams to Franklin,” said Ashley Hyder, Human Resource Officer for Franklin.

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Angel Medical Center in Franklin, North Carolina has announced that Sheila Gordon, has joined their staff as Director of Performance Improvement. Gordon comes to AMC from Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee.

“As Director of Performance Improvement, Sheila will be our facilitator and trainer as we pull the talents of the healthcare team together and create processes that ensure a superior patient experience at all areas of our system. We have the good fortune of a partnership with Mission Health System’s Performance Improvement Division. As a member of the Mission and Angel team she brings the best of all worlds to us, her personal experience in performance improvement and change management as well as the amazing Mission team,” said Sheila Price, AMC VP of Nursing.

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Marty Jones, Western Carolina University graduate, a resident of Cashiers and presently the owner/broker of RE/MAX Summit Properties, has filed as a candidate for the District 4 County Commission seat currently held by Mark Jones. District 4 encompasses South Jackson County including the Cashiers, Glenville, River, Canada and Caney Fork precincts. Upon filing Marty Jones stated at recent GOP meetings that he is running as a conservative alternate to Democrat Mark Jones.

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In anticipation of inevitable funding cuts to public education next school year, the Macon County Board of Education strategized during a work session on how to prepare for the 2012/13 budget.

During Tuesday morning’s meeting, members of the Board of Education discussed the anticipated budget for next year and entertained conversation about areas that could be cut to make up for a reduction in state and federal funds.

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