The Hearne City Council met in special session on Wednesday, March 11 to canvas votes, possible sit an appointed council member as well as appoint a new Mayor Pro-Tem. The gallery as well as the council members realized as the time passed the schedule appointed time of 1:30 p.m., that two of the council had no intentions of showing up.
This past Saturday February 21 a group of local supporters of the Go Red Heart Disease Awareness happen to be taking their Third Annual Walk. Jackie Lewis started this walk in honor of her mother, Lois Marie Lewis, who had heart failure with numerous heart by-pass surgeries and kidney failure and pasted away April 15, 2008 and Jackie herself has had three by-pass surgeries January 3, 2008.
Robertson County has a great history starting back as far as some of the earliest Spanish Trails. The Robertson County Historical Commission is actively working to protect and promote the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail crossing Robertson County.
The month of February is known for being Black History Month and the Hearne School District gave a program to honor Black History. The program was in the gymnasium at the high school on February 27 and the program was held at 10 a.m. and then again at 1:30 p.m.
Most any Texas student will tell you March 2, 1836 is an important date to remember. It is Texas Independence Day. This was the day when Texas declared its independence from Mexico and established a sovereign country, The Republic of Texas.
On Friday, Feb. 20 from 5:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. at the Hearne Elementary Cafeteria the Hearne Lions Club hosted their Annual Chili, Beans & Cornbread Supper. It was a festive event with delicious food that was not only scrumptious but benefited a wonderful cause. Proceeds from this fundraiser help the Lions Club to support the local youth in Robertson County through various programs.