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Evetts, Bigony, Boren win art recognition

Three local area artist’s work was chosen to be featured in the Southwest Watercolor Society’s 49th annual Membership Exhibit.

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Halloween events planned

The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce will conduct their Merchant’s Halloween Dress-up and Window Decoration contests

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CountryFest Car Show gears up

The 15th Annual Mount Vernon CountryFest Car Show is set to be conducted Saturday, Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Investigating the trucks

Kenneth Dyer helps Landry Harper spray water from a fire hoseThe preschool age children from This Little Light Learning Center were given an opportunity to view the Mount Vernon Volunteer Fire Department’s trucks on Tuesday, Oct. 2.

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Art auction nets more than $1,000

Nancy Miller and Jeannie Pamplin display a turtle  box during the arts alliance jewelry project auction.Nancy Miller and Jeannie Pamplin display a turtle box during the arts alliance jewelry project auction.

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Yard of the Month - September 2012

September Yard of the MonthThe Franklin County Chamber of Commerce recently recognized David and Nora Hall’s residence on Holbrook St. as the winner of the September Yard of the Month award.

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Food Bank not open Saturday

The Community Food Bank of Franklin County is no longer open on Saturdays.

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‘See You at the Pole’ Wednesday, Sept. 26

The annual See You at the Pole prayer service in Franklin County will be conducted at the Mount Vernon ISD flagpole

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Healing Through the Arts

Healing Through the ArtsThe first of a six series in the Healing Through the Arts program begin Friday, Aug. 31.

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