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As the extension of the Macon County Airport runway moves forward, the Macon County Airport Authority has received estimates for the construction of aircraft hangars as part of the expansion of the airport.

Airport Authority member Harold Corbin reported at last Tuesday’s meeting that the cost to construct 13 hangars would be an estimated $861,000. That estimate includes three 65’ by 60’ hangars and ten “T” hangars for smaller, single engine airplanes. Corbin said that the cost for the three large hangars would be approximately $151,000, while roughly $710,000 would be needed to build the smaller hangars.

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North Carolina lawmakers are looking at a bill that would ban cell phone use for people driving a motor vehicle.

The bill is akin to previous laws passed that were designed to raise highway safety. Last year the North Carolina General Assembly passed a law that made it illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to talk on a cell phone while driving. During the same session, the General Assembly also passed a bill that prohibits all drivers from texting while driving.

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The Mr. and Miss FHS Court has been selected for the 2010-11 school year.

The court was nominated by the teachers of Franklin High School and voted on by the student body to represent each grade level.

 

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‘I hope to God I didn't kill anyone.’

A woman who crossed over into oncoming traffic and collided with a tractor-trailer truck after falling asleep at the wheel Friday morning is in critical condition but expected to recover. By Friday afternoon, Megan Ehrenkaufer, born 1990, of Scaly Mountain, N.C., was in stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit at Mission Memorial Hospital in Asheville.

A call to 9-1-1 came in at 7:55 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 18 reporting a two-vehicle collision 8.4 miles south of the Franklin city limits on Hwy. 441/Georgia Rd. Ehrenkaufer, a former student of Highlands School, was traveling north on the highway when she veered into oncoming traffic in her 2001 Kia and plowed into the side of a tractor-trailer traveling south.

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