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EMS poster now available at the Franklin EMS station

Suezan Hoskins / Robertson County News

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Pastry, pies and cookies always help

Dennis Phillips / Robertson County News

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Commissioners face sobering economic realities

MELISSA FREEMAN / Robertson County News

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The Event moves downtown

Melissa Freeman / Robertson County News

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EnCana comes to the Boys and Girls Club

Even though it was probably the hottest day of the year so far, EnCana Oil and Gas Company came to Hearne last Thursday to play some kick ball at the Boys and Girls Club in the Wood Field parking lot.  It was the EnCana anti-smoking kick ball game which EnCana won, 12 to 5, but probably because it recruited Boys and Girls Club members to play on its team as well.
Leading the EnCana team were Calvert standouts Xauvier Laury and James Lloyd, Boys and Girls Club members who can kick the ball.  Recently, Calvert club members have also joined the Boys and Girls Club traveling basketball team and played in the local Mark Flowers league, honing their skills for the 2013-2014 school season and making a successful traveling team
Despite the heat, both teams played vigorously and showed the value of lungs without tar build-up.

Melissa Freeman - [email protected]

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First Victoria merges with Prosperity Bank

Prosperity Bank announced the signing of a definitive merger agreement with First Victoria National Bank Corporation and its wholly owned subsidiary First Victoria National Bank headquartered in Victoria, Texas, whereby First Victoria National Bank will be merged with and into Prosperity Bank. Prosperity has completed six merger transactions in the last eighteen months. First Victoria National Bank operates thirty-four banking offices including one loan production office, four in Victoria, Texas, seven in the South Texas area including Corpus Christi, six in the Bryan/College Station area including Hearne, five in the Central Texas area including New Braunfels, and twelve in the Houston area including The Woodlands and Huntsville. As of March 31, 2013, First Victoria National Bank, on a consolidated basis, reported total assets of $2.410 billion, total loans of $1.608 billion and total deposits of $2.147 billion.

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On your mark, get set, construct

Gause ISD is breaking ground on their new track and field complex. The track should be ready to use by mid-September 2013, and the football field will not be ready until the 2014-15 school year. The complex consists of a football field and modern day track and field amenities. Hellas Construction Company is building the facility.  This complex will enhance our athletic program and the community will appreciate the public access to the facility.
Gause ISD is a high-performing Pre K through 8th grade public school with enrollment openings for grades Kinder, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, and 8th. If you are interested in your child transferring to Gause School, please call 979-279-5891. School will begin on August 26th with Meet the Teacher Night and Open House on Thursday, August 22 from 5 – 7 pm.

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Blood Drive

The Blood Center of Brazos Valley is continuing its partnership with Hearne Church of Christ to help save lives. The community is invited to support the church’s next blood drive on Sunday, July 21. All who donate or attempt to donate will receive a navy blue flag-design Commit for Life T-shirt!
Blood donations are needed every day to help patients in the Brazos Valley region – including surgery patients, trauma patients, individuals with anemia, premature babies, and more.  Donations tend to decline in the summer months, but the need for blood is constant.
Hearne church of Christ is located at 1202 Live Oak street. To schedule your donation contact Minister Joey Peacher at (979) 599-4590.
Blood Center of Brazos Valley is asking its donors to Commit for Life.

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County says enjoy fireworks but use caution

In a special called meeting on Monday afternoon, Robertson County Commissioners reviewed the drought index and decided the county could make it another week without a ban on outside burning or on fireworks.  “Enjoy the 4th but use caution ” was Judge Jan Roe’s conclusion to the burn ban question.  The county’s drought index is only five points away from the burn ban threshold—a drought index of 575.  Right down, the County stands at 570, putting it near but not quite at the drought level that would necessitate a ban on outside burning,  
At an earlier meeting, the Commissioners voted to reserve the right to ban the use of certain types of fireworks but decided on Monday that it would go with its previously established threshold and not ban outside fires or fireworks at this time.

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Kids went to camp for free

Ten kids from Hearne left for Camp Hoblitzelle owned by the Salvation Army on Monday, June 24.
The Salvation Army agents for Robertson County are Donald & Bobbie Threadgill. Mr. Roy Johnson & Mr. Bennie Carroll from the Boys & Girls Club rode along as chaperones on the bus provided by the Boys and Girls Club.
Hundreds of boys and girls, ages 7 to 16 come to Camp Hoblitzelle each summer, most in one-week increments, to play together, learn from each other, and grow in their relationships with Christ and others. Campers live in cabins with kids in their same school grade and participate in a broad range of camp activities, from athletics to arts and everything in between.
Camp Hoblitzelle seeks to nurture physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually under the guidance and direction of college-age counselors who have been selected on the basis of their ability to lead, love, guide, and care for campers.

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