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Thu
04
Dec

Lonely kids need Christmas cheer

It’s hard to imagine being separated from friends and family at Christmas but that’s exactly the situation several Robertson County children face this holiday. These children have been removed from their homes for reasons of either child abuse or neglect and are now in the foster care system, and, in many cases, outside our county.
 
Thu
04
Dec

Pin presentation at Masonic lodge

On Nov 15 members of Golden Rule Masonic Lodge of Hearne now affiliated with Pierce Lodge of Calvert, meet in
Franklin with members of Patrick Lodge for pin presentations. Tracy Stem, Henry Gandy and Billy Gandy all received
50 year pins. Marlin Jentsch and Dr. Jack Lyons each received 65 year pins..
 
Fri
21
Nov

Dedication of the Rev. Donald F. Adams Memorial Pavilion

Greater Riverside Cemetery celebrates the dedication of the new Rev. Donald F. Adams Memorial Pavilion. The Greater Riverside Cemetery Association wanted to give thanks to the late Rev. Donnie Adams for all he did for the cemetery
and community. Many spoke oh his many good deeds: Mrs. Joy Toney spoke of his dedication to the children of Hearne and his love of its history
 
Fri
14
Nov

Lonely kids need Christmas cheer

It’s hard to imagine being separated from friends and family at Christmas but that’s exactly the situation several Robertson County children face this holiday. These children have been removed from their homes for reasons of either child abuse or neglect and are now in the foster care system, and, in many cases, outside our county.
 
Fri
14
Nov

Hearne School Board tackles large agenda; honors Cross Country team

The Board of Trustees of the HISD met in regular session this past Monday to address a very heavy agenda. Top of the list was recognition for the Hearne Cross Country Team as well as students and teachers of the month for all campuses.
 
Fri
03
Oct
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Texas Most Haunted haunts Calvert

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Photo By Ashley Phillips | Robertson County NewsJodi Smith, Kathy Stanley, Kristie Walker, Angela Maggiore, and Brenda Bransom the southern ladies of Texas Most Haunted. (Not Pictured) Selena Roame.

Calvert got a crash course in creepy this past weekend when DC network’s Texas Most Haunted came to investigate Cowboy Up among many other paranormal hot spots in Calvert. Texas Most Haunted is an all female paranormal investigation team consisting of members Brenda Bransom, Jodi Smith, Kathy Stanley, Kristie Walker, Angela Maggiore, Selena Roame, and a few helpers on the side, the show can be found on Roku Streaming devices.

The team visited many locations in Calvert this past weekend including The Orvis burial Vault, The Calvert Nursing Home, and the site of The Harvey family massacre. This team is focused on clearing up any misconceptions associated with “ ghost hunting.”

Thu
18
Sep
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No turkeys to be harmed in shooting

We would like to invite all veterans in the Robertson County area to join or VFW post. We are currently losing out WWII members and are really in need of younger veterans to help run our post, so we can keep helping disabled, homeless, children and families in their time of need. We have hall rentals and fundraisers to help send money to state and national VFW departments to fund the programs. Our next fundraiser of our monthly “Turkey Shoots” we will start on the Saturday September 20 at 1:00 p.m. and will continue monthly on the third Saturday of each month.

We need plenty of support, so please come out to the VFW and shoot with us, for fun and cash prizes. It’s a good time to visit our hall, with its newly reconstructed restrooms. It’s a great place to rent for weddings, birthdays, quinceaneras, reunions, etc. For more information please call Eddie Luster at (979)-814-0877.

Thu
18
Sep
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A day of blessing for Hearne’s furry friends

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Local Photo | Robertson County NewsKate Engler, will be participating in the event, with her pooch, Lucy. Kate is the daughter of Peter and Tara Engler of Robertson County.

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church is offering a “blessing of the animals” and benefit for the H.O.P.E. Rescue Center Saturday Oct. 4, 10:30 a.m.-noon on the church lawn, 408 Cedar St.

Robertson County and Brazos Valley residents may bring their pets to have them blessed on St. Francis Day by The Rev. Daryl Hay and The Rev. Skip Stutts.
An Italian, St. Francis was born a wealthy man but gave it up to become a traveling preacher. He is credited with arranging the first Christmas nativity scene. Francis died in 1226. The ancient custom of blessing animals celebrates St. Francis’s love for all creatures and the special bond between people and their pets.

Thu
18
Sep
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Blackmon Celebrates 50 years in the ministry

On Saturday, September 20, Rev. Larry Blackmon will celebrate his 50 year anniversary in ministry—a milestone few achieve. Over 21 of those years were served at First Baptist Church in Hearne and from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, a grateful congregation will thank “Brother Larry” for his faithful service and celebrate his remarkable career.

Blackmon was licensed to minister by the Istrouma Baptist Church of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on September 20, 1964. At the time, he was a freshman at Louisiana College in Pineville. He preached and studied through college, earning his B.A. in 1967, and then went on to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth for his Master of Divinity, awarded in 1970.

Thu
04
Sep
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New Prose and Poetry night planned for Calvert

On Thursday, September 11, the Rusty Duck and Cocoamoda Gourmet Restaurant will host its first “Prose and Poetry” night. Writers and Poets are invited to come and read their work. Poetry fans whom wish to read a favorite poem are also invited to participate. Help us spread the word among your neighbors and friends. We want this to become a monthly event, be a part of something special in Calvert, Texas.

To read a short story or poem, you must call by 5:00 p.m. on the day of the event and place your name on the program. Call Frank at (979) 492-6168 to be included, pieces must be suitable for all ages, this is a family friendly event.

Join us for a unique evening of literary fun and fellowship at the Rusty Duck on Main Street in downtown Calvert. The dress code is casual.

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