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Fri
14
Aug

Lady Eagles hit the net for 2015

“We have talent that needs to be developed,” claims Coach Amanda Puryear as she begins her second year as head coach of the Lady Eagle volleyball team. We had a good year with the junior varsity team and have a big freshman class coming up. Puryear expects some of those freshmen to compete for varsity positions, but adds, “They’ll have to show their stuff. We have some big shoes to fill.”
 
Fri
14
Aug

The greatest show on the Earth in Hearne

The Pentecostals of Robertson County would like to thank everyone who attended Vacation Bible School held July 30 through August 3. This year our members volunteered their talents and labor to recreate The Greatest Show on Earth: Under the Big Top. Our goal is to strengthen the families of Robertson County and a great way to do this is by making a difference in the lives of children.
 
Fri
14
Aug

All in the family 2015

The fifth reunion of Poggioreale families happened this Sunday, August 9 at the Malinowsky Center next to St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Bryan, Texas. The doors opened starting at 11:00a.m. with lunch being served from12:00 noon until 2:00p.m. and then time to talk about families, finding new family members and learning how and when family members made their way to the United States.
 
Fri
14
Aug

Stepping up and standing out

Hearne has picked their Resident of the Month for August and our winner is James Taylor, owner and operator of Toodie’s BBQ. Mr. Taylor stepped up and helped the Hurricanes Little League team by donating and cooking fifteen briskets on a short notice, and asked for nothing in return.
 
Fri
07
Aug

County approves Barn Ban: Drought index soaring

With the drought index past the 575 cut off, the Robertson County Commissioners instituted a barn ban in a special session on Monday. Commissioners noted that, with the drought index predicted to soar into the 700 range in the next couple of weeks, conditions for burning are going from dangerous to extremely hazardous. Hundred degree temperatures and no rain in the forecast, plus random grass fire outbreaks along county roads, have forced most area counties to forbid burning.
 
Fri
07
Aug

Mansion destroyed by fire sparks investigation

The blaze was felt through the neighborhood as drivers and onlookers witness the 9 bedrooms, 11-bath mansion destroyed by fire. The home was built in 2006 and was up for sale with a price tag of $1.2 million dollars. The home featured a pool, elevator and was measured at 7,966 sq. ft.
 
Fri
07
Aug

PTO City Wide Sale was a success

Even though the weather may have been a little warm the Hearne PTO was just getting started with their First Annual City Wide Sale. This past Saturday, stating at 7:00a.m. in the Hearne High School parking lot with good deals galore to be seen.
 
Fri
07
Aug

Siegert reaches plea agreement in Workman murder case

Kevin Godfrey, 22, of Hearne pleads guilty to the charge of arson this past Monday. Godfrey was facing a capitol murder charge along with the arson charge in the 2012 murder of former Hearne Councilman Charles Workman.
 
Fri
07
Aug

Pedestrian killed following accident at Love’s Truck Stop

At 7:50 Hearne Police Department responded to an emergency call at Loves Travel Stop on Hwy. 6. Reportedly a man had been struck and dragged by a semi-truck in the back parking area of the busy truck stop.
 
Fri
31
Jul

County begins budgeting process

As the County moves into its yearly budget cycle, it faces some grim realities—  that it will probably not be  able afford the same level of services it is currently providing. However, CountyJudge Charles Ellison added, minerals will most likely not be valued as low as previously feared. Three County employee positions have been eliminated at a savings of approximately $150,000, but that’s a drop in the bucket, said Ellison, if the County faces a two to three million dollar shortfall. On the plus side, commissioners are planning to make significant cuts  in “road and bridge” budgets 

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