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Fri
22
Jul

This project looks fun

This project looks fun and they are using balloons to create something fun for the summer.

 

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Fri
22
Jul

One man and twelve bank beauties

By Margaret Salvaggio

On July 12, at El Alamo Restaurant during the lunch hour there was a gathering of what we know as bank tellers of the Planters and Merchants State Bank. Twelve ladies and one gentleman gathered to reminisce about their days at the bank and the good times and maybe some the not so good times. 

 

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Fri
08
Jul

Schlitterbahn tickets are still out for someone to find

Michael Washington is a new winner of two Schlitternahn tickets found in Hearne. The tickets are still out and there and all you have to do is buy a newspaper and if you find the lucky blue ticket just bring in to the office on Fourth Street and pick up your lucky tickets for fun in the sun. 

 

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Fri
08
Jul

American Heritage girl shows

Abigail and American Heritage girl shows she knows something about flag waving. 

 

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Fri
08
Jul

Celebrating The 4th of July

Chelsi, Kaylei, Valerie, Laurami, and Megan celebrating the 4th of July at Lake Limestone. 

 

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Fri
01
Jul

Mobile Mammography Coming to HealthPoint in Franklin

By Stephanie Wehring

The Rose Mobile Mammography Program, in partnership with HealthPoint, will be providing onsite mammograms at the health center, which is located at 808 Hwy. 79 West in Franklin on Friday, July 15. The Rose is able to provide no-cost mammograms for women who qualify through a grant funded by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) to serve uninsured, low-income women ages 40 and up who live in Robertson County who have never had a mammogram or it has been 2+ years since their last one.

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Fri
01
Jul

HHS Project Graduation was fun for all

By Verna Nelson

The Hearne High School graduating class of 2016 celebrated their graduation as they participated in an evening of fun-filled activities held at Grand Station in College Station. Students traveled together by bus along with chaperons to the event. Diane Hollomon, Cassie Montgomery, Fondell Adams, Joslyn Pierce and Thomas Williams were part of the chaperon party that helped with the fun in the night. The students were treated to a meal of pizza and snacks through out the night along with bowling, laser tag, miniature golf, bumper cars as well as many ther fun games they enjoyed.

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Fri
24
Jun

Aubree showing off her beautiful flowered

Aubree showing off her beautiful flowered print dress and her stylish rain boots just make the outfit more divine. 

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Fri
24
Jun

The hidden Schlitterbahn Tickets are making a big splash

By Margaret Salvaggio

The hunt is on for the hidden Schlitterbahn tickets in the Robertson County News and Franklin Advocate newspapers. Just find the lucky newspaper with a blue ticket saying you are the winner and bring it into the Robertson County News office in Hearne and you will be awarded your tickets. We will take a picture of the winner holding their tickets along with the original blue ticket and then you and your family or friends can be off for a wonderful time in the water and lots of fun in the sun. The first winner was Angel Funk from Franklin and she works for Holiday Inn Express in Hearne.  

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Fri
24
Jun

Texas political historian presents Red State facts to local Republican Party

By Melissa Freeman

On Saturday night, Dr. Wayne Thorburn sat down with the Robertson County Republican Party faithful to a steak dinner provided by the Dixie Café, then presented the group with the history of the two-party system in Texas. In an interesting history lesson, Thorburn explained that for 112 years beginning in the 1840s Texas was essentially a one-party state with office holders decided in the spring by the Democratic Party primary. The only exceptions occurred during Reconstruction and in two presidential elections. 

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