Thursday, December 1, 2016
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By Michael Cotton     They have been preparing for this one for two years and now the day has arrived for the Calvert Trojans. This was their first chance to avenge a heartbreaking loss in these same Semifinals, 78-74 to Throckmorton in 2014. That year as they had to do in... + continue reading
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By Margaret Salvaggio   The joy and anticipation for the months to roll around the calendar have finally come to the page where adults light up like children and children light up like Christmas lights being hung on the family Christmas tree. The town has been busy and will be for... + continue reading
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By Kent Brunette   There was a hubbub of activity in the middle of the Magnolia and Fourth Street intersection this week. The Christmas tree was getting put up and decorated. Many of us remember this festive tree in the road. With our eyes all aglow and noses pressed against the... + continue reading
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Another turkey goes out the door to the lucky winner for a Thanksgiving turkey in the Turkey Trot Contest   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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Mumford Mustang mini Cheerleaders have stolen the show with their abilities to cheer.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading

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12/01/2016
By Dennis Phillips   Have you ever wanted to stop a police officer? Well now you have the perfect excuse to stop a cop. The Hearne Police Department has orchestrated its annual Angel Tree Raffle to support local kids in need. Sgt. Stephen Yohner along with his brothers in arms are... + continue reading
12/01/2016
By Bartee Haile In an angry editorial on Dec. 5, 1849, an influential Austin newspaper advocated a scorched-earth policy in response to the pending theft of New Mexico from the Lone Star State. “Rather than surrender to the usurpation of the General Government one inch of our blood bought... + continue reading

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By  Margaret Salvaggio   The bucket trucks were out Monday afternoon armed with putting up all the Christmas decorations in the downtown area and along Market Street. The travelers passing through Hearne will enjoy the sights of snowflakes along the highway passing through while on... + continue reading
11/22/2016 - 0 comment(s)
By  Margaret Salvaggio   On Tuesday, November 8 the Hearne National Honor Society and any student or faculty, if the chose to could give blood. The Carter Blood Center was there taking donations. The blood that is taken from Robertson County stays in Robertson County. The National... + continue reading
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By  Chuck Thompson   Crossroads Bookshop, a valuable resource for Robertson County residents and those living in all of the towns in the Brazos Valley, has opened in Hearne with a 25% off grand opening celebration promotion December 1-8, announced co-owners Chuck Thompson and Royce... + continue reading

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By Michael Cotton     They have been preparing for this one for two years and now the day has arrived for the Calvert Trojans. This was their first chance to avenge a... + continue reading

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By Bartee Haile In an angry editorial on Dec. 5, 1849, an influential Austin newspaper advocated a scorched-earth policy in response to the pending theft of New Mexico from the Lone Star State. “... + continue reading

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Another turkey goes out the door to the lucky winner for a Thanksgiving turkey in the Turkey Trot Contest   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading