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Visiting Mount Rushmore

First National Bank’s First Explorers group visit's Mount RushmoreFirst National Bank’s First Explorers recently returned from a nine day trip to South Dakota.

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Consumer Science club to meet July 10

Members of the Franklin Consumer Science Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 10

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Fossils

Lyra, Cheyenne, and Asia Pullen display some of the fossils gifted to the Alamo Mission MuseumLyra, Cheyenne, and Asia Pullen display some of the fossils gifted to the Alamo Mission Museum.

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Learning magic tricks

Krieg Stevens works at learning a magic trickKrieg Stevens works at learning a magic trick as Brett Roberts demonstrates the tricks of the trade.

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Donation - Little Creek Park

Downtown Business Association President Crystal Copeland delivers a $1,000 check to City Council Member Saundra DunnDowntown Business Association President Crystal Copeland delivers a $1,000 check to City Council Member Saundra Dunn to help fund repairs to the bathrooms at Little Creek Park.

Haley benefit Saturday

A benefit event will be conducted on Saturday, July 7 for Brett Haley in the parking lot at Prosperity Bank

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Chamber mixer Tuesday, July 12

“Summer is here and everyone is invited to come in out of the heat,” declared Crystal Copeland, who is planning the summer mixer for the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce.

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Turtle Derby offers more than races

There is more to do than just race a turtle at the sixth annual Mid-Summer Bash and Turtle Derby set for 7 p.m. Saturday, July 7

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Main Street supports park restoration effort

The Mount Vernon Main Street Alliance passed a motion to sponsor “Meet Me at the Creek,”

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