Friday, May 29, 2015
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Jan Todd Batson Calvert Woman’s Club located at 404 Mitchell St. did not let the recent rains dampen their 75th Anniversary on Saturday afternoon, May 23. Members were dressed in black and white attire to honor the occasion.     To view more please... + continue reading
Friday, May 29, 2015
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Melissa Freeman Despite threatening clouds and mosquitoes the size of dive bombers, between fifty and sixty Robertson County residents met at the Hearne Depot on Monday to remember the men and woman of this country’s armed forces who, through 240 years of our history,... + continue reading
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Margaret Salvaggio   Scott Moody moved to Hearne, Texas when he was three with his family and remained here until he graduated from Hearne High School in 1981 and then went on to South West Texas State University in 1987 for a degree in Physical Education and a... + continue reading
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Diesha Clark signed her agreement to play 2-years of basketball for Clarendon Colledge. Finishing 4 years with the Calvert Lady Trojans, Clark inked her deal last week for a full scholarship. Now a bulldog, Clark was joined for the ceremony by Coach Chris London, H.S. Principal Thomas Kelly,... + continue reading
Friday, May 22, 2015
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Melissa Freeman In an election aptly described as a “nail-biter,” or perhaps a “photo-finish,” Shemeika Schells became one of two new Calvert ISD trustees on Tuesday night. For those who don’t vote because they don’t think their vote counts, the... + continue reading

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05/29/2015
Melissa Freeman   Despite a hiring freeze, Robertson County Commissioners Court approved three potential new hires and authorized County Judge Charles Ellison and Commissioner Donald Threadgill (pct. 2) to go to Omaha, Nebraska, to protect the County’s interest with... + continue reading
05/22/2015
Michael Cotton   After three years of sharing the spotlight and the glory with older teammates, first Tiffany Williams and Lakeydra Mosley, then Diesha Clark and Mykel Castilleja, junior Jaylonn Walker will find herself the elder statesman of the returning Calvert Lady... + continue reading

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Kelviaun Mitchell Junior class sponsor Mrs. Candace Frank and the junior class excitedly settled on a Parisian theme for the 2015 Hearne High School prom. With a majestically decorated European backdrop enhanced by twinkling lights, flickering candles,  and ornate chandeliers... + continue reading
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Melissa Freeman In an election aptly described as a “nail-biter,” or perhaps a “photo-finish,” Shemeika Schells became one of two new Calvert ISD trustees on Tuesday night. For those who don’t vote because they don’t think their vote counts, the... + continue reading
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Dennis Phillips Publisher Robertson County News In the article headlined “City of Hearne in standstill” penned by Emily Wilkins of The eagle several key detail were left out leaving readers to believe that the city is in utter chaos. First fact is at the time of the cancellation of... + continue reading

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Michael Cotton They proved this year that they know how to win under the new leadership provided by Coach Baker and his staff. The Hearne Lady Eagles won games in volleyball and basketball... + continue reading

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By Ed Sterling For the Texas Legislature to accomplish its main purpose, the passage of a state budget for fiscal years 2016 and 2017 must be achieved. The five House and five Senate members of the... + continue reading

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by Margaret Salvaggio To be a part of the Robertson County 4-H you must be nine years old or in the third grade through eighteen years old. The fee to participate is twenty dollars before... + continue reading