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Election worker training set locally

The Secretary of State has required mandatory election training for all workers in the upcoming Primary Elections.

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Clean audit report for water district

The Franklin County Water District received a clean audit for the 2011 year.

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Zero lot line exception

An exception to city zoning was approved last week for construction of zero lot line houses

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Four of six prospects bid on interior courthouse project

Four proposals are being reviewed for the interior courthouse work.

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Vietnam veterans welcome home

Vietnam veterans welcome homeA renewed effort to recognize the sacrifices of veterans serving in the Vietnam War marked a second year of the Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Day, Friday, March 30.

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Franklin County Appraisal District proposes new budget

The Franklin County Appraisal District proposed a $42,293 increase in its budget for the2012-2013 fiscal year.

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Economic stimulus projects approved

Steps toward encouraging economic development were taken by the Mount Vernon City Council at their monthly meeting Tuesday night.

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St. Clair endowment provides six grants totaling $6,000

Grant awards totaling $6,000 were presented in informal ceremonies Tuesday, April 17.Grant awards totaling $6,000 were presented in informal ceremonies Tuesday, April 17.

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Blue ribbons remind to report bruises

Blue ribbons were hung at the entrance to the West Courthouse Annex by CASABlue ribbons were hung at the entrance to the West Courthouse Annex by CASA Program Director Peggy Walker, case supervisor Sherrie Johnson and volunteer Shelia Thrasher.

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