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Student Artt show

Student Artt showMount Vernon High School seniors Paige Penny and Summer Weatherford admire student artwork displayed during a reception at the Cultural Arts Center.

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Date announced for choral society concert

The Northeast Texas Choral Society will present its 14th annual spring concert in the Hopkins County Civic Center at Sulphur Springs.

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Bank reports 450 at picnic

Bank reports 450 at picnicConnie and Darwin McGill look for a place to enjoy their hot dogs

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Abby Haller to compete at world dance contest

Abby Haller to compete at world dance contestWhen it comes to setting high goals, one Mount Vernon High School student has set the bar high.

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Student art exhibit opening Thursday

A reception and poetry reading will open the art exhibit by Mount Vernon High School students from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday evening, April 19.

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Twelve Angry Jurors to be presented at NTCC

Twelve Angry Jurors presented at NTCCScott Edwards of Mount Vernon will perform as a part of the Theatre Northeast presentation of the tense courtroom drama Twelve Angry Jurors

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Souvenir de Florence concert set

Souvenir de Florence will be the featured work at the 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 21 concert at Mount Vernon Music Hall.

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Tour de Cypress participation grows

Tour de Cypress Bike ride startsParticipants in the 100K Tour de Cypress ride follow the lead vehicle away from the square.

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Reception to open art exhibit, poetry reading at arts center

The public is cordially invited to attend an art exhibit and poetry reading by Mount Vernon High School students.

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