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Mayes brothers honored at OSU

Jordan and Taylor MayesJordan and Taylor Mayes, accounting majors from Mount Vernon, have been selected as Oklahoma State University Seniors of Significance for the 2012-2013 academic year by the OSU Alumni Association.

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Mount Vernon Elementary school conducting toy drive

The Mount Vernon Elementary School is conducting a toy drive to assist in the Christmas for All program.

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Barker, Hines named 2012 Tiger Fotball beau and sweetheart

Jonathan Barker and Jesi Hines were named Mount Vernon High School Football Beau and SweethearJonathan Barker and Jesi Hines were named Mount Vernon High School Football Beau and Sweetheart

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Six place, three advance after local Patriot’s Pen contest

2012 Patriot’s Pen essay contest winnersSix junior high students were selected as winners from the local Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest and the top three finishers advanced to the district level.

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NTCC plans annual college night event

The Annual College Night, sponsored by Northeast Texas Community College, is set for Wednesday, Nov. 28 in the Student Union Building (SUB) at NTCC.

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Mount Vernon ISD approves spending $400,000 for non-budget items

 Jessica Velazquez, Nicholas Poe, and drum major Marcus Hollingsworth model for school board members the new band uniformsMighty Tiger Marching Band members Jessica Velazquez, Nicholas Poe, and drum major Marcus Hollingsworth model for school board members the new band uniforms.

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Voice of Democracy winners announced

Madelyn Cox, Marcus Hollingsworth, and Bailey BohlkenMadelyn Cox, Marcus Hollingsworth, and Bailey Bohlken took first, second and third place respectively in the local Voice of Democracy Speech Contest.

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Rader crowned Homecoming Queen

Sara Rader crowned 2012 Tarleton State University Homecoming QueenSara Rader, a junior ag communications major, was crowned the 2012 Tarleton State University Homecoming Queen, Saturday, Oct. 20

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Rotary students selected for November

Emily Lawrence, Blake SearsEmily Lawrence and Blake Sears were selected as Rotary Students of the Month for November

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