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FRESH FLOWERS and Curtis Hilbun’s world-traveling photography bring vibrant color to the Old Post Office Museum in Winnsboro. Exhibit runs through July 30. (Sun photo by Joe Curtis)

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The first Crowville Farmer’s Market was a success with numerous vendors and a steady stream of visitors examine the variety of fresh produce, jelly, crafts and much more.

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The floods, wind and hail could not stop our wonderful volunteers for the Trash Bash last Saturday, April 24, as we get ready to welcome the Louisiana Garden Club Federation (LGCF) Judges Tuesday, May 4. 

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Organizers are bracing for a better-than-expected turnout for the first-ever South Franklin Catfish Festival, set for May 1 in downtown Wisner.

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Johnathan Donnell’s love of building things and thirst for learning has guided him in his education. So much so that Donnell received Franklin Parish Elementary Student of the Year.

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The name Matthew was too formal for Matt Alexander’s casual nature and blue collar work ethic, two traits that fit perfect for the mayor of St. Joseph.

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The exhibit, “Agape: The Art of Heather Kuhns,” will be featured at the Old Post Office Museum, April 2, during downtown’s “First Friday” event 5 – 7 p.m. 

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As an athlete, Courtlynn Havard has always set goals for herself to improve her game whether on the soccer or softball field. She has worked toward those goals through hard work and perseverance.

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LISA KIPER, 2020 Franklin Parish Chamber of Commerce president, awards DeAnne Kiper, Louisiana Delta Community College-Winnsboro campus director, Business of the Year award.

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Editor’s note: Nick Poulos shared with the Winnsboro Rotary Club his family’s journey to Winnsboro. It is an example of hard work, tenacity and thankfulness. The following is his transcript, and just one of the many reasons he has to be thankful this Holiday season.

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Editor’s note: This is the second story in a series about local projects spearheaded by local groups or individuals which improved or added to the quality of life in Franklin Parish. If you have a suggestion or idea on a future story e-mail joecurtis@franklinsun.com

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Prairie Street Prowl and Found on 15 have been canceled this year, according to Kay LaFrance, Main Street manager.

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LEADERSHIP FRANKLIN of Delta Community College recently participated in a community outreach project by cleaning the campus of Crowville School before school started. The members of the team are: Alvin Robertson, White Ford Business Development Coordinator/Admin Sales Assistant; Suzanne Lair…

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MEMBERS OF THE Wisner Fire Department stand in front of their new fire truck. The International KME was recently donated by Arcadia Fire Department. Wisner Fire Chief David Wallace Jr. expressed his appreciation to Arcadia Fire Chief Doug Salvaterra and his department as well as Arcadia’s ma…

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Franklin Parish public school teachers are preparing for the start of the academic year this week. (Photo by Monica Huff)

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Patricia Weldon, Crowville fifth grader, Jackson Cordill, Crowville eighth grader and Kemper Cloessner, Franklin Parish High School senior, were named parish Students of the Year for the 2019-20 school year.

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