ROYSTON – College “educated” Jack McRee about Ty Cobb and now McRee is taking part in the effort to teach people about the real Ty C
By Shane Scoggins
LAVONIA – Lavonia will celebrate Historic Preservation Month with History Day at the Depot May 21 at 2 p.m.
LAVONIA – Lavonia Main Street will sponsor Adam Carter and his band in concert May 19 at 7 p.m. at the Lavonia Gazebo.
LAVONIA – A Franklin County native running for Congress challenged his fellow Democrats Monday to stand up for progressive policies but to do so in a kind, Christian way.
By Shane Scoggins
ROYSTON – Ty Cobb will slide into home one last time Sunday.
“Track will always do more for you than you do for it.”
Franklin County head track and field coach Phillip Powell has often repeated this quote from his former high school coach and mentor, Rik Moore.
He says it so much, it has become his mantra for the team.
The Franklin County Lions will make a long trip Friday to Northwest Georgia for the first round of the state playoffs.
The Lions, the No. 3 seed from Region 8AAA, will travel nearly three hours to Dalton to face Region 6AAA’s runner-up Coahulla Creek.
Game one will be Friday at 4 p.m., with a second game to follow.
The Franklin County Varsity Lion baseball team improved to 20-8 on the season with a 2-0 win at Social Circle Wednesday.
CANON – You never forget the days that change your life.
Paul Hood vividly remembers the day that changed the life of his family, especially his daughter, Brandie Johnson.
The annual Franklin County Rabies Clinic will be held May 13 at various locations around the county.
CARNESVILLE – The Royston City Council and Franklin County Board of Education met last week about the future of Royston Elementary School.