To quote Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, Franklin-Simpson High School senior Taylor Harvey “had the time of her life” in competing at the Distinguished Young Woman of Kentucky competition in Lexington during the week of Jan. 3.
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With little regard to the historical significance of anything created by nature or man, or more importantly human life, an F4 tornado dropped all sorts of destruction on a widespread section of our state on Dec. 11.
Bubba, Michelle, Nate, Jayden, Cooper and Garrett Thomas are pictured with Santa Claus. The Thomas family received the Shining Bright Home Award.
Tammie Carey, left, co-owner of Mustard Seed Market is pictured with Amy Ellis, executive director Simpson County Tourism. Mustard Seed Market, received the Shine Bright Business Award.
Tractor Supply Co. recently presented a check for the Simpson County Animal Shelter PETIO project. Pictured (from left to right) Tractor Supply employees Matthew Hudson, Lora Dean, Austin Williams and animal shelter volunteers Jennifer Sturm, and Mike Gregory.
Franklin Presbyterian Church, which runs the Matthew 25 Clothes Closet, has received an urgent request for 20 women’s coats for a local women’s shelter. The church is asking the community to search closets to help with the donations. For more information, contact the church by calling 270-586-4535.
Middleton Baptist Church will host a Christmas Eve Candlelight and Communion service on Christmas Eve at 8 p.m. The church is located at 9193 Middleton Circle Franklin, KY 42134 All are welcome to attend this special ceremony as we focus on the “Reason for the season, Jesus Christ!” For more…
Through the combined efforts of REALTORS® Hope for Hunger and Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland (FAKH), a total of 13,063 servings of food have been distributed to families in need in Simpson County Schools.
The winner of the Franklin-Simpson Yard of the Month for Outdoor Lighting Holiday Decorating is the home of Bobby Joe and Ginny Moody on West Cedar Street.
Left: Corbyn Mann, front left, and Harlan Mann, front right, wave as the annual Christmas Parade passes through the square on Friday. Below: The 10th Annual Hometown Holiday Craft Bazaar as held inside the First United Methodist Church.
The winner of the Franklin Simpson Yard of the Month for Outdoor Lighting Holiday Decorating is the home of Bobby Joe and Ginny Moody on West Cedar Street. This is an historic house constructed around 1889 on a lot that cost $100. One unique feature is a fireplace built from the bricks of Fr…
Jay Bauer was the locker room attendant of the Kentucky Colonels professional basketball team in Louisville. At least that was his title in 1975, and at the age of 23 he had been involved with the Colonels for all nine of their American Basketball Association seasons. He started as a ball bo…
Waylon is a handsome 1 1/2 yr old English Bulldog-Lab mix. He has lived his entire life with dogs. He is playful, sweet and has a good temperament. He likes to hold hands. He is sponsored. His fully vetted adoption fee is $50. He is waiting to give you lots of love. Visit the Simpson County …
The Franklin-Simpson Community Arts Council is presenting its first dinner theatre in two years — “Pageant at Barrington Hills 2” next week at the Roxy Theatre.
There’s a good bet that when Kentuckians think of NASCAR, the first place that pops up is the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta or Owensboro, mainly because of the Waltrip brothers, Darrell and Michael.