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Three veteran programs planned

Local programs are planned Friday, Sunday and Monday to honor U.S. veterans and their families.

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Carr, Ramsay, Northcutt winners in local elections

Franklin County Judge Paul Lovier and Jessica Whiteley move the election board outsideFranklin County Judge Paul Lovier and Jessica Whiteley move the election board outside the East Annex on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

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District candidates file campaign expense reports

Candidates in the 2012 8th Judicial District races for District Judge and District Attorney have spent more than $155,000 on their campaigns.

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November 2012 General Election Results - Final

General Election Results Chart - Franklin County, Texas - Tuesday, November 6.

FINAL Unofficial totals - Tuesday, November 6.

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Courthouse relics, photographs sought

Franklin County and personnel with Komatsu Architecture are looking for local courthouse relics from more than 50 years ago.

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Open house planned at maintenance facility

An open house is scheduled at the City of Mount Vernon’s Maintenance Facility. The open house is planned from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9. For more information, see the Nov. 1 edition of the Mount Vernon Optic-Herald.

Local post offices to conduct community meetings Wednesday Nov. 7 and Nov. 14

Area post offices will be conducting community meetings in the near future.

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Deadlines approaching for 2012 holiday military mailings

The deadlines to mail packages to military addresses for the holidays are fast approaching.

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Property tax statements delayed

Tax statements on more than 21,000 parcels of property in Franklin County have yet to be mailed due to computer issues.

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