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Youngsville gets grant to create animal clinic

YOUNGSVILLE -- The state has awarded a $15,000 grant to a group planning to turn an old doctor's office into a new animal clinic.
Developers, economic development staff and town officials say the move is part of a continuing effort to transform the town's core into a thriving commerce center.
"We are slowly but surely growing," said town Mayor Fonzie Flowers.


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WALKER, TENNESSEE RANGER
WALKER, TENNESSEE RANGER

JD, a Tennessee Walker owned by Denise Johnson, was one of 26 horses at the Annual EIA (Eastern Equine Encephalitis) Clinic in Louisburg Feb. 21. The annual event was hosted by the North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Franklin County Center, and the Franklin County Horse Advisory Committee. Dr. David Fontenot of Louisburg Veterinary Clinic aso vaccinated the majority of the horses against equine diseases such as West Nile, Rabies, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, and others.


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Two young Franklin County farmers finish tobacco course
Two young Franklin County farmers finish tobacco course

RALEIGH -- Two young Franklin County farmers, Taylor Fitzpatrick, of Bunn, and Patrick Ray, of Zebulon, and a new NCDA&CS Regional Agronomist, Mike Wilder, participated recently in a week long 2015 NC State Tobacco Short Course in Raleigh.
Fitzpatrick has been growing tobacco for the past three years with Steve and Kevin Mitchell at Mitchell Farms. Ray has been growing tobacco on his own for or the past two years.


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Youngsville's Homecoming picnic scheduled for May 2

The Youngsville Museum of History and the Youngsville Woman's Club will host the Youngsville Homecoming picnic again this year on Saturday, May 2, at Hill Ridge Farms.
This year's event is the "May Fare Music Festival and Picnic" and is open to everyone who would like to join in the fun. Only the first 225 people can be admitted due to space available.


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