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Blue ribbons remind to report bruises

Blue ribbons were hung at the entrance to the West Courthouse Annex by CASABlue ribbons were hung at the entrance to the West Courthouse Annex by CASA

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Wylie named administrator for ETMC Mount Vernon

Jamie-Crystal Wylie  administrator of ETMC Mount VernonJamie-Crystal Wylie has been named administrator of ETMC Mount Vernon, ETMC Senior Vice President for Affiliate Operations

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Moving the line

Workers with Terry Black Utilities begin the process of moving a water line at the old Mount Vernon Cafe property.Workers with Terry Black Utilities begin the process of moving a water line at the old Mount Vernon Cafe property.

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Trio of efforts combined to bring fiber to Selah Inn Ranch

Members of the Franklin County Industrial Foundation deliver a $9,000 check to Joe Wayne Reynolds of Peoples.Members of the Franklin County Industrial Foundation deliver a $9,000 check to Joe Wayne Reynolds of Peoples.

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New security system approved at county courthouse annexes

A new security system was approved for both the east and west Franklin County Courthouse Annex buildings.

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Abuse victim speaks out to urge parents to talk to their children

A child sexual abuse survivor who inspired a Texas law offers advice for parents on how to talk to their children about sexual abuse

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Medicine Chest to close April 19

A notice about the impending closure of the local Medicine Chest was posted on the business’ door Monday.The Medicine Chest on Hwy. 37 will be closing its doors on Friday, April 19.

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City grants McDonalds tax abatement

The city council approved a three year value added tax abatement for the new McDonald’s at their regular meeting Monday evening, April 8.

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Church sign supporters fill city’s council chamber

Around 25 people came in support of First Baptist Church’s hearing to appeal the Landmark Commission’s denial of a certificate of appropriateness for their new sign.

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