March 24, 2017

Annual HCSO Easter Egg Hunt at Brush Creek Park

(Franklin) -- The Heard County Sheriff's Office will hold its annual Community Easter Egg Hunt at Brush Creek Park at Noon on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The traditional event will feature prize eggs and candy for various age groups in several different hunting areas. The Easter Bunny himself will be in attendance. … [Read more...]

Student Artist Spotlight (Trevor Strickland)

Heard Co. Student Art Spotlight (Franklin) -- Each week we spotlight an art creation of an elementary grade student from Heard, Centralhatchee, or Ephesus Elementary. This week's Student Artist Spotlight was created by Trevor Strickland. Trevor is a Kindergarten student at Heard County Elementary School. Trevor used lines and shapes to draw a parrot and … [Read more...]

‘Sing to Remember’ Benefit for the Alabama Alzheimer’s Association

(Roanoke, AL) -- A gospel singing entitled 'Sing to Remember' to benefit the Alabama Alzheimer's Association will take place on April 1, 2017 at the Roanoke City Auditorium in Roanoke, Alabama. The singing will feature 'The McKameys' and 'Heaven's Mountain Band' and will begin at 7:00 PM EST/6:00 PM CST. No tickets are needed only a $12 donation at the … [Read more...]

Student Artist Spotlight (Alyssa Rivers)

Heard Co. Student Art Spotlight (Franklin) -- Each week we spotlight an art creation of an elementary grade student from Heard, Centralhatchee, or Ephesus Elementary. This week’s Student Artist Spotlight is Alyssa Rivers. Alyssa is a 5th Grade student at Ephesus Elementary School. Alyssa created a barn showing emphasis by utilizing color, size and … [Read more...]

Carroll EMC hosts 2nd Annual FFA Day

(Carrollton, GA) -- Carroll EMC hosted its second annual National FFA Organization Day February 22. More than 300 students from FFA chapters at Bowdon, Central, Haralson County, Heard County, Mount. Zion, Temple and Pepperell High Schools attended the event to commemorate National FFA Week. This year, students visited four stations that pertained to … [Read more...]

Student Artist Spotlight (Kelsie Pollard)

Heard Co. Student Art Spotlight (Franklin) -- Each week we spotlight an art creation of an elementary grade student from Heard, Centralhatchee, or Ephesus Elementary. This week’s Student Artist Spotlight was created by Kelsie Pollard. Kelsie is a first grade student at Heard County Elementary School. Kelsie’s design shows the use of lines, shapes, and … [Read more...]

Franklin Primary Healthcare Clinic

(Franklin, GA) -- Franklin Primary Healthcare Clinic, located at 1236 Franklin Parkway is open Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM -4:00 PM by appointments and walk-ins are welcome. The clinic is staffed by Family Nurse Practitioners Ann Hastings and Cherry Toney. Services include, but are not limited to: Women's Health • DOT Physicals • Sick Visits • Sports … [Read more...]

Student Artist Spotlight (Katelyn Kitchens)

Heard Co. Student Art Spotlight (Franklin) -- Each week we spotlight an art creation of an elementary grade student from Heard, Centralhatchee, or Ephesus Elementary. This week’s Student Artist Spotlight was created by Katelyn Kitchens. Katelyn is a second grade student at Heard County Elementary School. Katelyn’s design shows emphasis by using color, … [Read more...]

Heard County 4-H Spring Lock-In

(Franklin, GA) — Get ready for a super fun-filled night with Heard County 4-H the night of April 14, 2017 at the Old Recreation Department down by the River in Downtown Franklin! We will have games, dancing and relays led by our awesome teen leaders. We will have pizza for supper and breakfast the next morning! There will be team building, music, a … [Read more...]

Heard UDC February Meeting

(Franklin) -- The United Daughters of the Confederacy 2587,  met at Three Rivers Saturday, February 4 , 2016. Carla Brown introduced our program on "Music, Musicians, and Morals" during the War Between the States. As our guest speaker and musician, Steve Wortham,  spoke on the music played during the war. He also brought his fiddle and played a few songs … [Read more...]