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Fri
23
Oct

Hearne Police Department’s Fifth Annual Trunk or Treat

On Saturday, October 31 from 5:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at the Hearne Football Practice Fields all the little ghouls and goblins, princesses and monsters and other characters of all types, will be showing up to collect their goodies. Everyone is invited to attend. Decorate your vehicle and fill your trunk with candy or you can decorate a table and maybe include a game.
 
Fri
23
Oct

City Manager arrested for misapplication of city funds

By Dennis Phillips
 
As the council chambers heated up Tuesday night, the Hearne City Council voted 3-2 to reinstate then indicted City Manger Pee-Wee Drake. Drake’s attorney Bryan Russ, Jr. previous to the meeting had arranged Drake’s bond and walk through at the Robertson County Jail for the preceding Wednesday morning.
 
Fri
16
Oct

History and fun together in one

By Jan Todd Batson

This year the Pioneer Days festival offered something for everyone ranging from the Kid Zone, a designated and supervised area with games and bouncy houses, to a live auction-featuring auctioneer Buck Buchannon out of Bryan. The Aggie Angels assisted with the Live Auction. They have been volunteering for Pioneer Days about 15 years. They are an organization from A&M that support Aggie basketball.

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Fri
16
Oct

Homecoming King and Queen

A week to remember

By Margaret Salvaggio

The week starting with October 5 and it was definitely a time for seeing some strange things going on in the Hearne schools. Each day was a different day and not just the days of the week, the way everyone was dressing. On Monday everyone seemed to forget they had school and came to class in their pajamas, even the teachers.

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Fri
16
Oct

Hearne City Manager indicted for misapplication of city funds

Credit Card investigation closed by Robertson County CA/DA

By Dennis Phillips

“All I know is that I have been indicted, I have never before in my life been indicted so I don’t really know what to expect,” said Pee-Wee Drake, Hearne City Manager. The Robertson County Grand Jury met this past Tuesday and according the Robertson County CA/DA Coty Seigert planned to present to the Grand Jury the investigative findings surrounding the Hearne City Manager at this past hearing. 

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Fri
09
Oct

Hearne PTO Stepping into the gap

by Meliss a Freeman
 
This year’s Hearne PTO led by parent Donya Moore is not holding back. The small but determined parent-teacher organization spent its Monday night meeting getting a handle on Hearne ISD’s critical academic situation and looking at ways to help students meet state standards. Parents and teachers who wish to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem are invited to join for a very modest membership fee of $5.00.
 
Fri
09
Oct

Eagle JV lost another close game

by Bobby Batson
 
The Hearne Eagle Junior Varsity played a close contest this past Thursday on Wood Field. In a hard-fought contest by both sides, the Eagles came up just a little short, 18-14, against the Franklin Lion JV. Last week the locals were in a close victory to Cameron 32-28 so they are hanging tough against good opponents.
 
Fri
09
Oct

Hearne Council seats Werlinger in place of Embra

White named Mayor Pro-Tem
 
by Dennis Phillips
 
With a tie vote of 2-2, Mayor Ruben Gomez broke the tie and voted to appoint former council member Mike Werlinger to the recent vacated seat of Hazel Embra. Several people had asked to be considered for the position, however the final decision was left up to the council.
 
Fri
09
Oct

Blessings for the four legged creatures

by Margaret Salvaggio
 
St. Philips Episcopal Church held their second annual pet blessing this past Saturday at the church. Father John was there to give our furry friends a blessing to protect them and make sure their lives having meaning too.
 
Fri
09
Oct

Fall festivals are upon us

by Margaret Salvaggio
 
This past Sunday was the fall festival for St. Mary’s Catholic Church and all seemed to be a huge success. Raffle tickets were being sold and a spaghetti lunch was served inside the Parish Hall. If your taste buds wanted something different then outside under the many tents were different items that you could choose from. Fajitas, gorditas, tamales, and even the familiar hamburger were the choices. As people walked around the grounds of the church there were different setups for different games that could be played.
 

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