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Crime Stoppers

Some time between Sunday, Dec. 11 and Monday, Dec.12, 2011, unknown actor(s) entered property located on County Road SE4340 in the Clearwater Community of Franklin County.

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ETMC patient enrolled in new St. Jude Medical trial

The East Texas Medical Center Cardiovascular Institute has enrolled its first patient in a new trial sponsored by St. Jude Medical

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Franklin County awarded $3.1 million for Courthouse interior

Franklin County was awarded $3,116,011 in grant funds for work to restore the interior of the historic 1912 Franklin County Courthouse.

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Thermal imaging equipment sought

Sponsors are being sought to assist the Mount Vernon Volunteer Fire Department in purchasing a portable thermal imaging machine.

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Texas 2-1-1

Many Franklin County residents are seeking assistance through the 2-1-1 Texas Agency.

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Ceremonial flag program announced

Steve Austin, the County Veteran Service Officer, CVSO, for Franklin and Titus counties, is asking for assistance with a “Special Project” a Ceremonial Flags Adoption and Sponsorship Program.

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The Republican Women of Northeast Texas attended an annual planning retreat at the Selah Inn on January 14

Republican Women of Northeast TexasThe Republican Women of Northeast Texas attended an annual planning retreat at the Selah Inn on January 14.

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City considering duplex regulations

The Mount Vernon City Council  will be considering allowing duplex housing in residential areas at a Tuesday, Feb. 14 meeting.

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County agrees to continue clean-up after NETO fire

Members of the Franklin county Commissioners Court agreed to continue general clean up at the Multi-Purpose Building, which recently  burned on Taylor St.

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