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Bike safety

Sadie Hamrick, Landry Trampus, and Sally Jo Hamrick take a break from riding their bikes Sadie Hamrick, Landry Trampus, and Sally Jo Hamrick take a break from riding their bikes near the fountain downtown.

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Round up turtles for Alamo’s derby

It is time to round up a turtle for entry into the sixth annual Turtle Derby.

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Dates changed for rodeo queen meeting, competiton

The dates are being changed for the sign-up/deadline meeting as well as the competition date for the Franklin County Sheriff’s Posse 2012 Rodeo Queens competition.

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Mummified

More than 50 kids attended the first morning session of the Franklin County Library’s Summer Reading ProgramMore than 50 kids attended the first morning session of the Franklin County Library’s Summer Reading Program.

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Historical association to meet at The Early Years farmstead

Harold and Kathy Patterson’s 1894 weekend get away home will be the site of the Monday, July 2 meeting of the Franklin County Historical Association.

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Register now for Lunches of Love

Parents are urged to register their children for Lunches of Love now for meals that will begin July 9.

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Fly Out, In planned at county airport

Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1246 of McKinney will be at the Franklin County Airport from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 30.

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Latortue honored as Paul Harris Fellow

Tom Shiels,  Dr. Jean and Marie Latortue, Ila Faye PatrickDr. Jean W. Latortue was inducted as a Paul Harris Fellow during the Mount Vernon Rotary Club meeting on Friday, June 22

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Entrepreneur training offered

With unemployment and job dissatisfaction on the rise, more people are looking to start their own business.

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