COVID-19 will continue to impact our community for the foreseeable future. I am proud to say that for the most part, our city has done a great job to minimize risk and flatten the curve.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today applauded the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas in Houston for preventing the mass release of felony arrestees in Harris County, including those charged with violent crimes or who have a violent criminal history.
As reported last week in the Robertson County News and the Franklin Advocate, St. Mary’s 25th Annual Golf Scramble: Originally scheduled for May 2, organizers have canceled the popular event again due to health concerns.
The City of Hearne will be conducting a barn animal roundup over the next few weeks. The City Ordinance that is in place regarding barnyard animals within the city limits can be found at the website, cityofhearne.org. This ordinance regulates animal and fowl in the City of Hearne and provides for the minimum number of acres, establishment of fees, and provides penalty and effective date.
The Robertson County Commissioners extended the closure order of all public county offices. The order extends the original order issued March 17, 2020, until April 30, 2020.