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Carry the Load relay points out true meaning of Memorial Day

The Carry the Load relay will travel through downtown Mount Vernon on its way from West Point, N.Y. to Dallas during Memorial Day weekend.

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Annexations tabled, legal advice sought

About a dozen property owners were on hand to get more information on the proposed annexation of their properties at last week’s meeting of the Mount Vernon City Council May 8.

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Jordan Health Services acquires company

Jordan Health Services announced that effective May 1, 2012 it acquired the assets of Visiting Nurses of Del Rio.

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Fallen officers honored on Peace Officer Memorial Day

Franklin County Sheriff’s deputies Brantin Carr and Dave Redar lay a wreath on the Peac Officers MemorialFranklin County Sheriff’s deputies Brantin Carr and Dave Redar lay a wreath on the Peace Officers Memorial

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County employees honored for service Friday, May 4

Candy Arzola and Robert ZinnFranklin County honored its employees in a celebration on Friday, May 4.

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Early voting off to a brisk start

Early voting is off to a brisk start with 142 ballots cast through Tuesday afternoon.

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Carry the Load relay to travel through city

The Carry the Load relay will travel through downtown Mount Vernon on its way from West Point, N.Y. to Dallas

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Student left on MVISD bus, again

For the second time during the 2011-2012 school year, a MVISD student was left unattended on a bus.

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Sparks fly at South Franklin

Sparks fly at South FranklinSparks flew from candidate to candidate and from citizens to candidate

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