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Chamber of Commerce banquet Saturday, February 27

The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Membership Banquet will be Saturday, February 27 and a crowd of more than 250 is expected. The banquet will be in the Family Life Center at the First United Methodist Church.

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Assistance programs awarded

Community Services of Northeast Texas, Inc. has been awarded the contract to operate two federally funded programs in Franklin County and six other counties in the region.

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Jordan acquires Cooper Home Health

Jordan Health Services has acquired Cooper Home Health, Inc., a skilled and community care services provider based in Cooper, Texas. Cooper cares for approximately 440 community care clients

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Crescent Club halfway to its membership goal

The Franklin County Genealogy Society through the recently formed “Cresent Club,” has reached the halfway mark towards its $50,000 goal necessary to expand its facilities into an adjacent Main St. building.

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VanDeaver event set

State Representative Gary VanDeaver will be doing a Meet and Greet in Mount Vernon from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, February 18 at the County Seat on the east side of the downtown square.

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Mayor Sears files for re-election; Friday is city, school deadline

Mayor Margaret Sears was the last of five incumbents to file for re-election for either the Mount Vernon City Council or Mount Vernon Independent School District Board of Trustees.

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Airport still without fuel

The Franklin County Airport has been without aviation fuel for sale to the flying public for more than a year. Commissioners Court members took no action on a proposal from the Airport Board of Directors

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Poole to be guest speaker for local Black History program

Ayanna PooleAyanna Poole of Tyler, a young social activist, will be guest speaker for the annual the Black History program at 6:30 p.m. Friday, February 26 at the Cultural Arts Center in Mount Vernon.

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Chamber banquet tickets available

Tickets for the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet are now available at the Chamber office on Kaufman St. and First National Bank locations. The tickets are $25 per person.

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