Lifestyle

Fri
28
Aug

Chyanna Boyd

Chyanna Boyd ready for her first day at school dressed in her uniform and backpack ready to go.
Fri
28
Aug

Boys and Girls Club Opened Monday, August 24

By Melissa Freeman
After a summer of training for its employees and improvements to its facilities, the Boys and Girls Club of Robertson County (BGCRC) was back in business on Monday. Employees Cora and Courtney have spent the summer learning everything they need to know about running a club, including  grant writing. And the Board has been working on the facility and fund-raising. Members can expect BGCRC to be new and improved. 
Fri
21
Aug

While the parents

While the parents were listening to all the announcements and presentations the kids were having fun in the park.

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Fri
21
Aug

Gary and Melinda

Gary and Melinda Turner with Melissa Freeman enjoy the activities at the Back to School Rally held at the Gentry-Godfrey Park.

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Fri
07
Aug

New Elam Baptist Church Youth rock

During the week of July 13 through 17, the New Elam Baptist Church Youth department participated in the Fellowship Unite District Association competition involving the knowledge and understanding of the bible.
 
Fri
31
Jul

Jessica having fun

Jessica having fun sliding down the huge water slide this past weekend

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Fri
31
Jul

Bryce and Nana

Bryce and Nana (mom) taking a swim in the nice cool water as the day gets hotter

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Fri
31
Jul

Higher valuations, lower rate will boost city taxes $20,000

The city of Hearne’s tax roll has been boosted past the $5,000,000 mark in total  valuations as a result of a comprehensive overhaul by the Board of Equalization. The new valuations morethan doubled last year’s tax roll total of $2,281,460. Accepted Monday night by the City Council the higherassessment figures were  coupled with a commitment to reduce the city’s tax rate from $1.15 per 100 valuations to $1.00. The tax rate will not be set officially by the Council until September when the city budget for financial 1965-1966 is due to be adopted.: 

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Fri
24
Jul

TaMiyah and TaNiyah

TaMiyah and TaNiyah enjoying the beach time on their summer vacation
 
Fri
17
Jul

Will and Michelle

Will and Michelle in the parking lot of the Depot with the TOC unclub group.
 

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