Travis Fischer

07/19/2016 - 4:41pm
     Area farmers gathered at the Rustic Brew on Wednesday, July 13, to consider participating in a lawsuit against Syngenta for their role in destabilizing the global corn market.      Jacquelyn Garay, an attorney representing Mauro, Archer & Associates PLLC out of Washington DC, was there to inform the farmers about the lawsuit and offer them the...
07/06/2016 - 1:18pm
     Nice weather and a crowd pleasing performance marked the end of this year’s series of Tuesday on the Town events on Tuesday, June 28.      Each Tuesday in June, the Greater Franklin County Area Chamber of Commerce hosted an evening of entertainment at the Hampton Band Shell, inviting vendors to display...
06/28/2016 - 4:14pm
     Things are looking good at the Coulter City Cemetery.      The cemetery board is happy to announce that restorations have been completed for the cemetery’s war memorial. Built in the 1950s, the war memorial has honored fallen soldiers in the cemetery for decades, but time has taken its toll.  ...
06/28/2016 - 4:13pm
     The Hampton City Council approved this summer’s street repair projects during their regular meeting on Thursday, June 23.      Two public hearings were held before approving resolutions for the Highway 65 Traffic Signals Project and 2016 Overlay and Pedestrian Ramp Improvement’s Project.  ...
06/28/2016 - 3:10pm
  When Hype Meets Hate            It’s interesting how expectations and reputation can affect the perception of a product.      This week saw the release of “Mighty No. 9,” a game that had many expectations to live up to.      First, a bit of...
06/21/2016 - 4:36pm
     Downtown Hampton has gotten a bit more colorful.      After 12 days of painting, the finishing touches have been put on a Hampton themed mural.      The giant sized art project began months ago as the Greater Franklin County Area Chamber of Commerce decided to start an Alley Art program...
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