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EDC Board members asked to resign

An outcry for more transparency and diversity of representation on various city boards and a rebuff from  three members of the city’s Economic Development Corporation Board,

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American Legion celebrates 100 years

The American Legion will be celebrating its 100th anniversary on March 15, 2019. The event will be celebrated locally at the American Legion Post 243, located on CR SE 4265 with an open house and hot dog lunch from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 16.

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Local bank files fraud charges against debtor

The First National Bank of Mount Vernon filed a report of fraud around 10 a.m. Thursday, March 28. The case includes the removal and possible sale of items from a business that is in default.

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Injured driver leaves accident scene

Raymond Hamm, age 31 of Leesburg, was injured in a single vehicle accident Saturday, March 2 just prior to 3 p.m., but left the scene and went to his residence.

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Record high temps noted in February

Three record temperatures were noted during February 2019 with highs of 80°, 79°, and 79° set on February 5, 6, and 7,  respectively.

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Utility district submits second grant application

If at first you do not succeed, reapply for the grant. The Cypress Springs Special Utility District (SUD) has been successful about every second to third year with their grant applications,

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Captive escapes in bizarre tale of home kidnapping

Franklin County Sheriff Ricky Jones and investigators Leo Herrera and Leah Thomas search the property owned by David Holladay on High Meadow Drive for evidence.Franklin County Sheriff Ricky Jones and investigators Leo Herrera and Leah Thomas search the property owned by David Holladay on High Meadow Drive for evidence.

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Annual employee back ground checks nixed

Employee background check policies, emergency management training dates, and plans for empty or damaged buildings filled last week’s Franklin County Commissioners Court Workshop meeting.

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Appreciation shown

U.S. Congressman John Ratcliffe(R) provided a U.S. flag that was flown over the nation’s capital as a sign of appreciation to members of the local commissioners court.U.S. Congressman John Ratcliffe(R) provided a U.S. flag that was flown over the nation’s capital as a sign of appreciation to members of the local commissioners court. It was presented by his deputy district director Robbin Bass.