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Lovier to be honored for saving local rail, establishing district

Lovier to be honored for saving local rail, establishing districtPaul Lovier will be honored for his role in saving the local railroad and establishing the Northeast Texas Rural Rail Transportation District (NETX).

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Topping the dome

Workers mold thin sheets of copper to cover the top of the Franklin Courthouse dome.Workers mold thin sheets of copper to cover the top of the Franklin Courthouse dome.

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Emergency declared on NETO building

The Franklin County Commissioners Court declared an emergency on Monday, Feb. 13 in order to move ahead with the plans to rebuild the Multi-Purpose building.

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Beetles in Ash trees

The Texas Forest Service will soon be surveying ash trees across the state for signs of the emerald ash borer,

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Terry Haven Nursing closes, new facility being planned

Terry Haven Nursing closes, new facility being plannedTerry Haven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center closed its doors to operations Saturday, Feb. 11,

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Campaign signs

Political elections are usually accompanied by an increase in the number of campaign signs placed along roadways this time of year.

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Candidate registration continues for elections

The process of registering as a candidate for a position for both the Mount Vernon City Council and the MVISD Board of Trustees continues this week.

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County property owners should be looking down

County property owners should be looking downThings could be looking up, if Franklin County property owners start looking down!

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Error caused county to over pay county attorneys $30,742

Franklin County Treasurer Betty Sue Allen reported the discovery of a salary payment error which caused the county to over pay its last two county attorneys.

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