The Shiloh Cemetery located off FM 2446 in Franklin, has recently posted on social media a request for help in identifying the vandals responsible for the destruction of a brick mausoleum, a granit
If you travel south, entering Hearne you will pass over two railroad crossings. The crossing at N. Magnolia and Highway 6 has been in a poor state of repair for years and for those that live in Hearne know this; slow down, way down, or lose the bottom of your vehicle.
With the kids getting ready to return to school, things are going to look a little different in the COVID era. Hearne ISD has issued several instructions for the return of students with multiple learning options.
Ribbon cutting at the Grand Opening of LVHC Thrift Store and Antiques. (left to right back to front)Dr. Marc Catalina, HCC Vice-President, Sam Henderson, Virgil Blankenship, Pres. Type B-Board, Dianne Gradington, William Pompa, HCC Dir., Melinda Berlan, HCC Dir., James Shear, HCC Dir., Paula Deal, HCC Ambassador, Margaret Salvaggio, HCC Office Manager, Charlotte Love, HCC Ambassador, Linda Pecina, Hearne City Sec., Dr. Lee Shaw, Dr. Preccillia Shaw, store owners, John Naron, Hearne City Manager, Lora Scasta, HCC Sec/Tres., Ola Mae Redmon, HCC Ambassador, and Dana Altimore, HCC President. SUZI ELLIOTT | ROBERTSON COUNTY NEWS
The LVHC Thrift Store and Antiques opened their doors on August 3, 2020. The owners Dr. Lee C. Shaw and his wife, First Lady Dr. Preccillia Shaw have come to Hearne for this missionary journey and evangelism.
In the year when Robertson County Fair Association, Inc. (RCFA) could not