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Fri
12
Feb

Finding a solider

By Margaret Salvaggio

In September of last year, The Robertson County News received an email from Jenna Hoehn whom lives in Hawaii. Jenna has been in Maui, Hawaii for twenty-five years. Six years ago she and her husband made a trip to Washington D.C. 

 

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Fri
12
Feb

Laughter and fellowship

By Margaret Salvaggio

The night was filled with laughter and fellowship at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church with their Pancake Supper. Pastor Cathy Clark from the Epiphany Episcopal Church in Calvert and Pastor Nandra from St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Hearne joined forces to have a time for everyone to gather and enjoy the wonderful food before Lent. 

 

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Fri
12
Feb

Bremond PD and RCSO bust three for attempted pharmacy break in

By Dennis Phillips

In the early hours of February 5 the alarm at the Coburn Pharmacy in Bremond alerted local authorities to a burglary in progress. The alarm sounded at 3:03 in the morning and by 3:30, three suspects were in custody on their way to the county jail. According to a press release by the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff’s Deputy Wes Edwards approached a vehicle with three suspects; 

 

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Fri
05
Feb

Hurry! Get your flapjacks before Lent

By Margaret Salvaggio

The St. Philip’s Episcopal Church invites everyone to come out and enjoy free pancakes. The event is hosted with the Epiphany Episcopal Church in Calvert. With their joined forces they would like for the citizens to come and have a good time. Lent is right around the corner and this traditional feast to “eat all the fat” (Mardi Gras) is welcomed.  

 

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Fri
05
Feb

That’s what we love about honor roll

By Margaret Salvaggio

The Junior High students were awarded with a treat from the Dairy Queen for making the honor roll for the third six weeks. Students gathered in the cafeteria and were treated to a burger meal with a blizzard afterwards. 

 

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Fri
05
Feb

Semi hauling gravel turns over dumping load

By Margaret Salvaggio

Tuesday morning, February 2 around 10:25 a.m. the call came through that a semi truck east of Hearne had rolled onto its side at the intersection of FM 391 and FM 2549 by the Bethany Baptist Church. 

 

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Fri
05
Feb

Hearne Lions stew up great memories

By Margaret Salvaggio

The Hearne Lions Club stewed up some old memories from those good ole days when we all use to eat in the cafeteria on that special day and one of those all time favorites that the lunch ladies use to fix was homemade beef stew and cheese rolls. 

 

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Fri
29
Jan

All you can eat

By Margaret Salvaggio
 
The Hearne Lions Club is having an all you can eat Stew and Cheese Roll Supper with tea and dessert this Friday, January 29 at the Hearne Elementary Cafeteria. The event starts at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 7:00 p.m. For the price of $7.00 per plate your taste buds will reminisce this menu item for a lot of us attending Hearne ISD and enjoying the good cooking. 
 

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Fri
29
Jan

Celebrity Auctioneer Visits Hearne For The Day

By Margaret Salvaggio
 
Even with a chill in the air and a slight breeze it didn’t stop the locals from coming out to see what was behind the closed storage doors and to see what they could bid on in the auction. C & C Storage located at 801 W. Brown Street had their auction Tuesday, January 26 with Walt Cade, Auctioneer from the A&E’s Series “ Storage Wars Texas”.  
 

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Fri
29
Jan

A meeting to share their minds

By Margaret Salvaggio
 
This past Saturday, January 16, a Teen Summit was held at the Blackshear Memorial and Multicultural Complex held by Sherina Miles- Miller along with the St. Phillips Episcopal Church. The event was a success even though a few minor things got in the way. The entertainers there were supposed to perform but due to equipment problems that part of the event did not happen but the show went on as nothing had ever happened. 
 

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