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There will be a special evening blood drive at the Red Cross building, 318 Washington St., Thursday from 2-7 p.m., sponsored by Buck Run Baptist Church. Call 502-223-1795 for an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.


The Franklin County High School Academic Team defeated Scott County High School 119.25 to 97.5 last night at Scott County High School. The Flyers led 65.25 to 60.5 after written assessments and held on to the lead throughout the entire match.

Leading scorers for the Flyers were Clay Marshall in math: Liam O’Donnell in science; Thomas Guarnieri in language arts; O’Donnell in social studies; O’Donnell in humanities.

The Flyers improved their record to 3-0 in regular season play. They take on Western Hills Monday at WHHS. The Flyers are coached by Sherri Smith with assistance from Carrie Williams, Jay Wilder and Jennifer Donnelly.


The South Frankfort Neighborhood Association invites all supporters of downtown and South Frankfort to SFNA’s quarterly meeting Thursday at Investor’s Heritage Auditorium on the corner of West Second and Shelby streets. The doors will open at 6 p.m. for a dinner and social hour and the meeting will begin at 7 p.m.

After a brief business meeting, Joy Jeffries, executive director of Frankfort/Franklin County Tourist and Convention Commission, will provide an update on riverfront development activities.

The South Frankfort Neighborhood Association’s mission is to enhance the quality of life through neighborhood pride, social camaraderie and, at times, public policy participation. SFNA strives to provide a forum for disseminating information relating to the unique and historical characteristics of South Frankfort.

SFNA membership is open to all residents, property owners, businesses and supporters. To receive monthly email updates on SFNA activities and events happening in the area, email To learn more about SFNA, visit or search SFNA on Facebook. For additional information, call Katie at 502-330-7072.


The Franklin County Health Department will give flu shots at the Red Cross building, 318 Washington St., from 9-10 a.m. Thursday. No appointments are necessary. Shots are $25 and can be billed to Medicaid, Medicare or Humana insurance.

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