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Hicks resigns from city council

Two term Mount Vernon City Councilman B. F. Hicks tendered his resignation from the council last week.

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Voter registration cards to be mailed Friday, no new candidates

Although the three judge federal court in San Antonio did not set a specific date in the orders it released last week,

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Diabetes seminar set at Texas Lions Camp

The Texas Lions Camp, in cooperation with Dr. Stephen Ponder, is conducting an exclusive advanced diabetes education seminar

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Broadband cabling moves through area

Crews worked last week to lay fiber optic cable along Hwy. 37Crews worked last week to lay fiber optic cable along Hwy. 37.

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Gathering of Eagle Scouts set at Camp F.H. Dierks

A gathering of Eagle Scouts will be conducted on Saturday, March 17, in celebration of the one 100th anniversary of the first Eagle Scout.

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Officers involved in Winfield fatal shooting return to duty

Winfield police officers Brad Wardrup and Charlie Walker were released Monday, March 12 to return to their normal duties.

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Veterans endorsement available on driver’s license

Although it does not cover all veterans, the newly approved Texas driver’s license with the “veteran endorsement” is the closest thing available.

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Taxpayers should be aware of phony IRS e-mail

Do not open attachments, click on links or respond to fraudulent email that appears to come from the IRS, warns the office of the Texas Attorney General.

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Economic, Main St. offices may move

City Administrator Eddie Turner announced potential plans for the Mount Vernon Economic Development Office and Mount Vernon Main Street office to be relocated

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