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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of Smoky Mtn Vapors at 595 W. Palmer Street. The shop offers vapor cigarettes, e-cigarettes, atomizers and more.

Smoky Mtn Vapors is bringing style and fun to the smokers and vapors of Macon County. SMP carries several sizes, styles and brands of e-cigarettes and accessories. A large variety of e-juices and personalized nicotine levels are available.

Come in and test over 40, U.S. made e-juice flavors – try before you buy. Join the revolution that is helping smokers all over the world scale down and kick the habit.

Owner Laurie Jay has a goal to help smokers quit in the newest, most effective way encouraging a less toxic way to continue smoking.

Open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and is directly across the road from Curtis TV/Radio Shack.

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Macon Bank recently presented a check for $20,000 to Angel Medical Center to be used for their new cancer center. The donation is to be dispersed over a three-year period.

“Macon Bank has always given back to the communities we serve,” said Plemens. “To have a vital cancer center located right here in Franklin, it will give so many people here and in our surrounding areas access to care. That is why we are proud to commit to a donation of $20,000 over the next three years to Angel Medical Center.”

 

 

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Investors and guests were invited to kick off renovations to the building that once served as the Franklin Town Hall. After months of negotiations, the building will next serve as the home of the Lazy Hiker Brewery.

Proprietors Ken Murphy and Lenny Jordan with the help of Arrowood Construction recently began renovations and Tuesday's open house served as a celebration of what's to come. The structure's main building that sits facing West Main Street and once served as the fire department, will have a taproom where visitors can come in and try the local craft beers.

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A new trend spreading across the United States might soon find itself regulated by the federal government. The market for ecigarettes or vapor cigarettes has being steadily growing since 2006, from a couple of thousand users to an industry that reached nearly $2 billion in sales last year.

E-cigarettes are battery powered devices that heat a liquid nicotine solution that creates a vapor for users to inhale. The products are popular among smokers because the nicotine-infused vapor resembles the same qualities of cigarette smoke, but doesn’t produce the harsh chemicals, tar or odor caused by regular cigarettes. People use the products as an alternative to smoking or to cut down or kick the habit altogether.

With the creation of the new product came a new industry that is now being examined for potential federal regulations. The Food and Drug Administration is currently soliciting public input into whether the government should regulate the industry, and if so, how. The public comment period is scheduled to end Aug. 8.

In April of this year, the FDA proposed a ban on the sale of e-cigarettes to anyone under the age of 18, and warning labels on products. Because e-cigarettes contain a nicotine concentration, the FDA is looking to require manufacturers to disclose their products’ ingredients.

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