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Fri
13
Nov

Blue Lives Matter takes a stand in Robertson County

By Dennis Phillips

Heather and Kevin Gassen, Franklin residents and the owners of K&H Signs are stepping up local efforts to bring attention to recent law enforcement tragedies across the nation as well as the ones close to home.

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Fri
06
Nov

Wicked family times

Miranda dressed as the Wicked Witch, Mike as Dorothy and Lilly as a winged monkey from the Wizard of Oz were definitely grabbing everyone’s attention.
 
Fri
06
Nov

War, sacrifice and America’s Veterans

While we can all rejoice this Veterans Day that the steady flow of U.S. casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan has slowed to a trickle, we must never forget the incredible sacrifice that America’s defenders continue to make on our behalf. Such is the case of Master Sergeant Joshua Wheeler, who died leading a Delta Force rescue mission of ISIS hostages held in Iraq on Oct. 22. 
 
Fri
06
Nov

It’s all about the kids on Halloween

By Margaret Salvaggio
 
The day was turning out to be doom and gloom for the Fifth Annual Trunk or Treat, but the Hearne Police  epartment was just not going to let the weather keep everyone from having a good time, they were not having it. The original place for the Trunk or Treat is always on the practice field but with all the rain and the chance for more was not looking so hopeful but it was all solved when it was moved to the parking lot of the Donald Steven Davis Gym.
 
Fri
06
Nov

Hearne Day of rememberance

By Melissa Freeman
 
On Wednesday, November 11 at 11:00 a.m., the Hearne American Legion will be honoring America’s veterans at Guy Chandler Park on Fourth Street in Hearne. In a traditional Veterans Day Program, the Legion will lead veterans, friends and family through a time of grateful remembrance, aided by the Hearne High School band and guest speaker Sgt. Major Derrick Simpson of the US Army 3rd Corps stationed at Ft. Hood.
 
Fri
06
Nov

Entertaining with song and history

By Margaret Salvaggio
 
The Calvert Woman’s Club will be presenting, for the enjoyment of the community and surrounding towns the Texas A&M Singing Cadets Quartet. The Cadets will be sharing an educational walk down memory lane on the history of how it all started. The Cadets will also be sharing their musical talents singing for the event. Their program is entitled “Joy of Music”. The event will take place at the First Baptist Church located at 506 Elm Street (corner of Elm and Burnett) in Calvert, Texas on November 12, 2015 at 3:30 p.m.
 
Fri
30
Oct

Hearne Council looks at paving budget

By Dennis Phillips

Residents can look forward to street improvements. The City of Hearne set aside $225,000.00 for street paving and the council looked over a list provided by City Manager Pee-Wee Drake. While the list was read aloud, it is far from the final list as council members have been asked to compile an individual list of possible streets that need repair. 

Fri
30
Oct

Hearne School District—Time for concern, not panic

By Melissa Freeman

Many Hearne ISD residents, including this one, have been in a state of mild to severe panic over the low-test scores that have made HISD an IR [Improvement Required] district for the first time in its recent history. 

Fri
30
Oct

HPD’s Fifth Annual Trunk or Treat

This Saturday, October 31 from 5:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at the Hearne Football Practice Fields all the little ghouls and goblins, princesses and monsters and other characters of all types, will be showing up to collect their goodies. 

Fri
30
Oct

Blue Bell anyone?

By Margaret Salvaggio

The Hearne Junior High School celebrated their students by giving them an ice cream party for all those who made the A and AB Honor Roll for the first six weeks of school. . 

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