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Ochoa is Bright Star scholarship recipient

Jocelyn OchoaJocelyn Ochoa, a 2020 Saltillo High School graduate, recently received a Bright Star scholarship from the John and Deborah Gillis Foundation.

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Whitfield receives Cum Laude from LeTourneau

Madison WhitfieldMadison Whitfield of Scroggins graduated Cum Laude from LeTourneau University in Longview with a bachelor of science in nursing.

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Slide show set, pictures need

The parents of the class of 2020 will display a Senior Slide Show at the Franklin County Sports Complex at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 26.

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Siddens named to SFA President’s list

Kristopher Matthew Siddens was listed on the Stephen F. Austin State University President’s List for the Spring  2020 semester.Kristopher Matthew Siddens was listed on the Stephen F. Austin State University President’s List for the Spring  2020 semester.

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League of Honor nominations sought

Nominations are being sought for the 2020 Franklin County Schools League of Honor. The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2020.

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Hrbacek earns veterinary degree

Ida Marie Sinclair HrbacekIda Marie Sinclair Hrbacek of Atoka, Okla., earned a doctor of veterinary medicine degree at Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Photography and art contests winners named

Winners of the annual Mount Vernon/Saltillo FFA and 4-H Project Show photography and art contests were announced this week.

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TJC announces Spring Honors lists

Tyler Junior College recently released their President’s and Dean’s lists for academic honors for the 2020 Spring semester.

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How families can confront remote learning

Amid concerns of coronavirus clusters and efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, and based on social distancing recommendations from medical professionals, schools across the country began to close their doors and adopt a remote learning model in March 2020.

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