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Farmers Market opens Saturday, March 2

The Farmer’s Market returns to the downtown Mount Vernon square on Saturday, March 2

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Fletcher to speak

Former Franklin County Sheriff, Paul Fletcher will be the guest speaker at the Republican Women of Northeast Texas meeting on Thursday, Feb. 28

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Dr. Scott Camp is speaker for Here’s Hope Crusade

Dr. Scott CampDr. Scott Camp will be the speaker for the Here’s Hope for Franklin County Crusade planned for March 3-6.

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Health Fair is Saturday, March 2

The 2013 Franklin County Health Fair is Saturday, March 2 from 8:30 a.m. to noon in the First United Methodist Church Family Life Center.

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Caraway wins title

Coltin Caraway of Mount Vernon and his Oklahoma State University teammates spent Super Bowl weekend at the American Society of Animal Science Southern Section Academic Quadrathlon

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Whorff to speak at AARP meeting Teusday, Feb. 26

Dr. John Whorff will be the guest speaker at the Franklin County American Association of Retired Persons Chapter 3703 meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday,  Feb. 26

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Wild Turkey Federation banquet planned Saturday, Feb 23

The National Wild Turkey Federation’s Sixth Annual Hunting Heritage Banquet is set for Saturday, Feb. 23 at 6 p.m.

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Turkey Federation Banquet Saturday, February 23

The National Wild Turkey Federation’s Sixth Annual Hunting Heritage Banquet is Saturday, Feb. 23

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Genealogy program to be on the “Father of Prohibition”

The Franklin County Genealogical Society will present Andrew Austin’s story in film of “Modern Icarus: The Story of Morris Sheppard (1998-1941). Known later in life as “The Father of Prohibition,”

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