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With Covid-19 cases surging in the state and rising in Fannin County, officials urged residents to follow guidelines until vaccines are available. Commissioners also looked at furniture proposals for the courthouse and approved a fiber internet service contract.

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Due to increased Covid-19 cases, the Lamar County Appraisal District Office is reminding taxpayers of alternative ways to make tax payments this year instead of in person at the 521 Bonham St. office.

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After years of issues, the Lamar County Courthouse roof is still leaking and county commissioners and maintenance officials are trying to find a solution that will stop further damage, but stay in line with historic preservation protocol.

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Fannin County’s Covid-19 hospitalization rate is approaching the 15% threshold that could trigger shutdowns if it stays above the threshold for a week, County Judge Randy Moore said on Tuesday. Commissioners also approved the county’s vote canvass.