Several new businesses coming to Franklin

March 9, 2017 0

During Franklin Mayor Barnett’s State of the City address last month, he addressed the frequently asked question: What’s coming to Franklin in 2017?  Below is a list of just five of the new businesses coming Read More

Not everything is fake news

March 2, 2017 1

Fake news. You love it, or you hate it.  People love to read it and may not realize it, telling everyone they hate it. The phrase “fake news” is nothing new if you followed the Read More

Lowry takes new job fundraising at Gleaners

March 2, 2017 0

Gail Lowry now works every day for something that’s remained a passion of hers throughout time — philanthropy.  Lowry left her job as vice president of development and alumni engagement at Franklin College in January Read More

Downtown Franklin construction phase two begins

March 2, 2017 0

The second phase of downtown Franklin’s Jefferson Street construction is closing a portion of the street from U.S. 31 to the Admiral Gas Station.  The construction, which began Monday, will reroute college drivers to access Read More

Sodexo recovers after three critical health violations

March 2, 2017 0

 After receiving three “critical” health violations in its November inspection, Sodexo received zero “criticals” in February.  In November, Franklin College’s food service provider received 14 cited remarks from Johnson County Health Department inspector Bob Smith, Read More

College launches committee to find new Brailow

February 23, 2017 0

President Thomas Minar has formed a search committee to replace former Dean David Brailow.  The search committee includes five faculty members, two staff members and one student representative. Denise Baird, an associate provost and sociology Read More

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