Ribbon Cutting for Franklin Florist

  Recently Franklin Florist cut their ceremonial ribbon to make it official. Franklin Florist is a floral and gift shop, previously owned by Franklin natives, Carol Lee and Sue Sponaugle. Justin and Melinda Bowers also will be continuing automobile sales adjacent to the storefront with Justin Bowers at Paul Obaugh Ford.…

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Ribbon Cutting Held at T&K Markets

Today T&K Markets cut their ceremonial ribbon to make it official. T&K Markets is a continuation of a family owned and operated full-service retail grocery store (formerly Great Valu). Their mission is to provide unparalleled customer service and unmatched food sourcing for the Pendleton County area. Left to right, Town…

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Request for Local Bids

Pendleton County EDA is accepting Bids for the following services: Snow Removal at the Pendleton Business Center- Must be licensed and insured. Cleaning services at the Pendleton Business Center- Must be licensed.   Send sealed bids to: PO Box 602 Franklin, WV 26807 Bids must be submitted by January 5,…

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Ribbon Cutting for Lavender Raine

Lavender Raine, a local custom shirt and artwork printing business, opened a storefront in downtown Franklin in August 2021. The business was previously housed at the Wimer home in Franklin but with its exponential growth, the decision was made to open its own store. The shop is located at 311…

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Ribbon Cutting Held at Valkyrie Farms

Valkyrie Farms Valkyrie Farms will begin roasting and shipping three varieties of coffee. Using only beans obtained from certified organic growers, who have a 'green footprint', the new company will roast, blend and distribute its products through area markets. Joining in the ribbon cutting ceremony are, from left, Pendleton County…

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