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Monday deadline to file, two name treasurer

The filing deadline for those seeking to have their name on the March General Primary ballot is 6 p.m. Monday, December 11.

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Nominations open for “Paint Our Town” home

Give the gift of a freshly painted home this holiday season. The Paint Our Town committee is taking nominations for homes to be included in their program.

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Beekeepers to meet

The Caddo Trace Beekeeping Association will meet Monday, July 10 at the Agri-Life Building, 1708 Industrial Rd. in Mount Pleasant.

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Ribbon Cutting

tefanie, Robby, and Carson Collvins, Jennifer, Greg, and Logan Cooney, Ginger Trampus, and Hazel Collvins were joined by Chamber Ambassadors for the occasionThe staff at Bloomin’ Crazy celebrated joining the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, October 18.

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Volunteer effort

A group of volunteers work to cut up and remove a huge tree limb on Saturday, June 24.A group of volunteers work to cut up and remove a huge tree limb on Saturday, June 24. The limb fell at a residence on Parchman St. a few days prior, and the owner needed assistance in getting it removed.

Classical guitar duo to perform Sunday

classical guitar virtuosi Johannes Möller and Laura FraticelliThe classical guitar virtuosi Johannes Möller and Laura Fraticelli will return to the Mount Vernon Music Hall for a concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, October 15.

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Lemonade stand

Samantha Sierra, Marissa Bankhead, Orlando Sierra and Seth Barrett sell lemonade, cookies and desserts as a fund raiser for the school age class at Kids Under Construction on Wednesday, June 7.Samantha Sierra, Marissa Bankhead, Orlando Sierra and Seth Barrett sell lemonade, cookies and desserts as a fund raiser for the school age class at Kids Under Construction on Wednesday, June 7.

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Dog races

Beau Baker, center, was the grand champion of the dog races at the Independent Business Week celebration.Beau Baker, center, was the grand champion of the dog races at the Independent Business Week celebration.

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Local students graduate from LeTourneau

 Local students, Jenny Beilmann and Athena Hayes graduated from LeTourneau University in May.

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