Thursday November 26, 2015
11/17/2015 - 4:23pm
Holding back tears in front of a packed gymnasium at Hampton-Dumont High School, Marine veteran Tony Spradlin praised the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice during times of conflict and civil unrest.
“They didn’t go to war because they loved fighting, they went because they wanted to be part of...
11/17/2015 - 4:21pm
One of classic rock and roll’s most popular acts will hit the grandstand stage this summer during the 2016 Franklin County Fair.
Fair officials announced Sunday that Foreigner will headline a stacked lineup featuring three concerts and other exciting entertainment July 13-17. Other attractions include the Barnes PRCA...
11/10/2015 - 4:11pm
The Franklin County Board of Supervisors determined the fate of two election stalemates in Coulter and Hansell Monday during a special selection process in Hampton.
Write-in candidate Mark Brown was named the winner of Coulter's mayor race after his name was selected by board Chairman Mike Nolte. Brown and...
11/09/2015 - 6:23pm
Downtown Hampton may see a new look soon thanks to a little fresh paint and a lot of artistic vision.
The Chamber’s Main Street Design Committee is in the process of implementing its new Alley Art program, which aims to beautify buildings with creative murals and other artwork. The program has been successful in a...
11/09/2015 - 6:22pm
It’s been 70 years since Al Andersen last climbed into the cockpit of his P-51 Mustang, but he still holds vivid memories of the aircraft’s powerful engine and roaring machine guns.
“I loved it right away,” he recalled. “I just couldn’t believe the maneuverability of the plane and the...