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County, district clerks get record restoration projects approved

District Clerk Ellen Jaggers displays an old district court record book to be restored to members of the commissioner’s court.Two record restoration and preservation projects were approved at a combined cost of  $26,085 by the Franklin County Commissioners Court at their Monday, October 28 meeting.

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Wineries unaffected by city ordinance

The current city ordinance on wine and beer sales does not affect wineries or private clubs, City Administrator Tony Stonecypher told the council at their regular monthly meeting.

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Baumgardner on Brookshire’s Heroes Flight to nation’s capital

J. D. Baumgardner, second from right, was selected to place a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery during the recent Heroes Flight tour.J. D. Baumgardner of Mount Vernon was one of 30 World War II Veterans to travel on the Oct. 10-12 World War II Heroes Flight from Tyler to Washington, D.C.

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Early voting ends Friday, Election Tuesday

Election day in the General, Texas Constitutional Amendment Election is Tuesday, November 5. Early voting ends Friday, November 1. As of Tuesday, 114 ballots had been cast. The in-person early voting location is in the south lobby area of the Franklin County Law Enforcement Center.

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Voting at a crawl in election

The early voting, which began Monday, is at a crawl  in the General Election on nine proposed amendments to the Texas State Constitution. In person early voting for the election continues through Friday, November 1.

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Voters presented with nine amendments

Early voting began Monday on nine proposed Texas constitutional amendments. Proposition 6, concerning Texas water, and Proposition 5, concerning reverse mortgages, have generated discussion from those supporting and opposing them. The other propositions have received little attention.

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Early voting to begin Monday, October 21

Early voting will begin Monday in the General Election on nine proposed amendments to the Texas State Constitution. In person early voting for the election is to continue through Friday, November 1.

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Savings expected with new insurance plans

The county and its employees are expected to see a savings with the renegotiated medical insurance plans approved at a special meeting of the Court Monday, October 21.

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Tall Tree North targeted for next water line upgrade

Residents in the Tall Tree North subdivision will be the recipients of the next water line upgrade project by the Cypress Springs Special Utility District. Members of the CS-SUD Board of Directors

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