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Burling, Lowry are Rotary Students for March

Cole Burling and Sam LowryCole Burling and Sam Lowry were named as the Rotary Students of the Month for March 2019 at Mount Vernon High School.

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Land named to President’s list

Kendall Land of Scroggins was one of 751 students  to be included in the Presidents’s List, earning academic honors through their studies at the University of Texas at Tyler for the 2018 fall semester.

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Angel gifts provided to many

The Community In Schools Christmas For All program had another successful year. Angel Tree gifts were provided to 100 families, including 270 students at Mount Vernon ISD.

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Young farmer broiler show meetings Monday, Tuesday

Two mandatory meeting dates for students planning to participate in the broiler category of the Mount Vernon - Saltillo Young Farmer Project Show in March 2019 have been set.

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Masked Rider

The Texas Tech Masked Rider, also known as Lyndi Star, speaks to a group of Mount Vernon Middle School studentsThe Texas Tech Masked Rider, also known as Lyndi Star, speaks to a group of Mount Vernon Middle School students Friday December 14.

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Sears, Hyman are Rotary Students for January

Hadley Sears, Cade HymanHadley Sears and Cade Hyman were named as the Rotary Students of the Month for January 2019 at Mount Vernon High School.

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Donation

Gerald and Mary Lou Mowery present a check for $2,000 to Dr. Jonathan McCullough (center), Northeast Texas Community College Executive Vice President for Advancement.Gerald and Mary Lou Mowery present a check for $2,000 to Dr. Jonathan McCullough (center), Northeast Texas Community College Executive Vice President for Advancement.

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GED classes forming at library

Registration for General Educational Development (GED) classes at the Franklin County Library is open.

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Golden receives degree

Hannah GoldenHannah Golden graduated from the University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences with a bachelor of arts degree in anthropoligy with honors during ceremonies on Saturday, May 15.

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