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Laura Gail Gibson was named the Employee of the Year for 2018.The Franklin Nursing Home gave her this honor for her hard work and dedication to the residents she cares for and also to her job. Congratulations Laura Gail and the residents and their families appreciate you very much.

Employee of the Year 2018

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Matt with his daughter, Bella who is excited to have received roses from her date to the dance.

Dancing with Prince Charming

The time is getting close when all little girls are dreaming of going to a dance of their lifetime. The Daddy Daughter Dance will be hosted for its sixth year

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The Franklin Lion High School Band takes a bow at the end of the 2018 Franklin ISD Christmas Program this past Tuesday evening.

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The 7th Grade band directed by Elizabeth Wilson performs during the 2018 Franklin ISD Christmas Program this past Tuesday evening.

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The newly formed Jazz Band gives their first performance of the year at the 2018 Franklin ISD Christmas Program this past Tuesday evening.

FISD Band Christmas Program

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This train was a very popular attraction at the parade this year.

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Santa makes his way to the courthouse steps to greet the children in Franklin.

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The Franklin Lions Club served up some hot food for the many in attendance.

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The Franklin Twirlers lead out the band Saturday night at the parade.

Now that’s a parade

Friends and family gathered around the Robertson County Courthouse as a steady stream of 31 entrants, some with several vehicles made their way through the parade route on December 1.

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Michael Perkins watching some of the preschoolers being able to check out groceries.

Making shopping lists

The Franklin Supermarket was the happening place on Tuesday, November 6 when three of the Franklin United Methodist Preschool classes headed out for an adventure to the grocery store to

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