Monday, August 22, 2016
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Last week at the Franklin Carnegie Library there was some unusual activity going on. There were sightings of a sixfoot raccoon and this guy running around with a ranger hat on his head. But have no fear Ranger Ralph and Old Timer the six... + continue reading
Monday, August 22, 2016
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Bo Deal of the Robertson County EMS accepts a check for $1,000 as the annual donation made by the Robertson County News & Franklin Advocate from the sale of the “Don’t Text and Drive” poster.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
Monday, August 22, 2016
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John Kelly 2016 TPGA President and Pam Jones of Insurers of Texas presented the award to Roy Reed- President of Leon Gas Company.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
Monday, August 22, 2016
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Casey Eishorn a spokesman from the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum thoroughly entertained the crowd at this Wednesday’s Summer Library Program at the Carnegie Library. Casey brought with him quality replicas of genuine artifacts including... + continue reading
Friday, August 12, 2016
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By Margaret Salvaggio We may have the next Crenshaw, Nicholason or even another Woods coming. Ryan Tucker could be the next name we all see in news. Having moved to Franklin from Houston two years ago Mike and Wendy, Tucker have found their home in Franklin and love being a part of the... + continue reading

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08/22/2016
The Franklin Lady Lions latest edition in volleyball is just as good as the previous squads have been. They are off to a roaring start with a 7 and 1 record thus far. Along the way they have handled volleyball powers Maypearl, Milano, Benbrook... + continue reading
08/22/2016
By Bartee Haile   “Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo,” the third motion picture in the series, opened at theaters across Texas on Aug. 22, 1926. The first Alamo movie was made during the early days of silent pictures back in 1911, just... + continue reading

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Kids in the Cowboy Church of Robertson County VBS wanted to share their blesses with kids in foster care, so they raised almost $500 during their VBS week, and on Sunday, Rachel Hopkins, a Cowboy Church member, presented the donation to grateful members of the CPS Board--Cindy Wallace, Trudy... + continue reading
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By Margaret Salvaggio We may have the next Crenshaw, Nicholason or even another Woods coming. Ryan Tucker could be the next name we all see in news. Having moved to Franklin from Houston two years ago Mike and Wendy, Tucker have found their home in Franklin and love being a part of the... + continue reading
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Just a quick heads up because the 2016 Football contest kicks off next week and it is bigger than ever. Every year the Robertson County News and Franklin Advocate publish a football pickers contest. This year is no different, but with the ever-growing popularity of the contest, Publisher Dennis... + continue reading

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08/22/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Last week at the Franklin Carnegie Library there was some unusual activity going on. There were sightings of a sixfoot raccoon and this guy running around with a... + continue reading

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08/22/2016 - 0 comment(s)
The Franklin Lady Lions latest edition in volleyball is just as good as the previous squads have been. They are off to a roaring start with a 7 and 1 record thus... + continue reading

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Tom was born in Watts, OK October 27, 1914 to Thomas Alexander Cates, Sr. and Emma Caroline Holt. His family moved to San Antonio in 1919. The roads were mostly dirt and in the larger towns might... + continue reading