Daniel Ocampo with his sister, Brianna Ocampo during the halftime segment of the homecoming game.

Coach Desmond Evans giving his team a little pep talk during the Franklin game last Saturday morning in Marlin.

Marlin High School’s very own Alik Brooks waiting to see if he won the title of 2017 Homecoming King.

Coach Suiters was waiting for the next play to be called by the head coach.

The food was so tasty with an aroma that could be smelled up and down Main Street last Saturday.

Sabrina Tarbutton was more than happy to offer free massages during the Market on Main Street last weekend.

Chilton students are trying to raise enough money for a possible upcoming trip to Washington D.C.

Jo Ann Kirk of Jo Ann’s Kreations at the Market selling lovely handmade items to be used as decorations or gifts.

George Cuellar and Mr. King were happy and pleased to take a picture during the 14th Annual World Day of Play.

Representing the St. Paul Church is Margaret Abel who is raising money for the building restoration project fund.

Mildred Wilson, Anna Polster and Karen Prentice were also at the Market on Main.

Debbie was at the Market last Saturday with the company of her lovely companion Sunshine.



Jodi and daughter Ayahna were enjoying a nice Friday evening walk.

Terri Westmoreland was out at the Vendors Market enjoying the cooler weather.

Mr. Burnett of the Marlin Vendors Market was selling more copies of his first novel, discussing his work in progress.

One of the vendors is at this month’s market displaying and selling her handcrafted wooden art and lamp.

City Councilperson Susan Byrd at the opening of her local bar the Bucksnort Saloon.

Residents from Rogers were in Marlin to sell some delicious BBQ at the Vendors Market.

Jo Ann of Jo Ann’s Kreations sells beautiful fragile items last during the Vendors Market.

Representatives of the Baptist Church are out and about during September’s Vendors Market.

Robert and Polly Brown alongside with Bobbi selling essential oils last Saturday morning.

Pattie Pletzke is one of the main individuals behind the Marlin Vendors Market and loves selling her rosaries.

Helen Burnett and her husband are at the Marlin Vendors Market proudly selling books and many other items.

Coach Keggins giving his team a pep talk during the game last Friday night against visiting Granger.

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