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This is a diverse section that takes on a life of its own each week - from law enforcement activity to obituaries to letters to the editor or other perspective columns - this is the page where "On the Record" information will be found.



Leonard Police Department Reports

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May 26, 2011

  • Officers responded to the vicinity of Houston and Cedar Streets after a resident reported suspicious activity. The officer patrolled the area but was unable to locate anything out of the ordinary.
  • A homeowner called police on May 17 at 11:55 a.m. after a home he had been remodeling had been burglarized. Reports show that the man discovered electrical wiring was missing from several electrical boxes in the walls and ceiling, and copper pipe attached to the furnace was also removed. The officer attempted to obtain prints from some of the items, but was unable to do so.
 

Letter to the Editor: Hannah's says thanks for court cost donations

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May 26, 2011 - Hannah's Horseshoes of Hope extends a very large 'Thank You' to Fannin County Jurors from the Grand Jury, The Petit Jury, The JP Court and the Fannin County Court at Law. When given a choice of whom they would like to receive their juror's fees they graciously selected "Hannah's". The check for $422 will afford six children the opportunity to attend a summer camp and is very much appreciated! A myriad of summer camps at HHH will begin in June. Check hannahshorsehoesofhope.org for camp details. June 4 we will be kicking off our camp season with an Open House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us for fun and food including a horse show starting at 10 a.m.

Thank You All for your continued support.

Janice Mills

Hannah's Horseshoes of Hope Founder

 

Leonard Police Department Reports

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May 19, 2011

  • A resident on Main Street filed a theft report on May 9 at 3:45 p.m. Reports show that reflective markers placed at the end of the complainant's driveway were found missing. He reported that the markers were in place when he took his trash out at 6 a.m. on the day of the report.
  • Officers took a second theft report from a Main Street resident on May 9 at 9:48 p.m. The complainant advised that she had solar lights outside around her house that were in place when she left for work at approximately 6 a.m. When she returned home that evening from a baseball game, the lights were missing. The property's estimated value was $25.
 

Letter to the Editor: FCA thankful for long list of golf tourney sponsors

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May 19, 2011

Dear Editor,

The Leonard Chapters of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of our very successful golf tournament held May 13 at Webb Hill Country Club in Wolf City: Leonard Pharmacy, Amerisource Bergen, Bear Creek Country Store, Buster and Donna Sudderth, Methodist Men, Owens Funeral Home, Leonard Chamber of Commerce, John Dibley, KD Johnson, Primary Care & Associates, Dairy Queen, Evans Properties, Edward Jones (Carlisle Mott), David Norman, El Dorado Jewelry and Loan, Lloyd Flanagan, Jerry Gill & Chris Isaacs, Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, BLT Insurance Services, Noble Resources, First National Bank of Trenton, Kwik Check, First National Bank of Celeste, Heritage Land Bank, Mike McCoy Construction, Noble Tile, Sanitation Solutions, American Bank, Phil Wheat, MLA Engineering, B&B Foods, Buchanan Insurance, Tiger Wash, Rhino Communications, Leonard Independent School District, Webb Hill Country Club, The Leonard Graphic, Heritage Ranch Golf & Country Club, Stone Creek Country Club, Stone River Golf Club and Dallas Greater FCA (Mike Noack).

 

Letter to the Editor: Coordinator says 'thanks' for successful fundraiser

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May 19, 2011

Dear Editor,

As the Community Coordinator for COTA in Honor of Madeline Burke, I would like to express my sincere appreciation to the many, many people who helped out. To Kyle Brown, Traci Jones, Donna Good, Brandy Damesworth, Elizabeth and Michael Kidd, Tim Price and Jimmy Barlow for the physical labor they exerted at the recent fundraiser for Madeline. To John and Tracy Ratti of Ratti's Pizza, who baked and donated the pizza for the event with all proceeds going to Madeline's fund. To B & B Foods, who sold drinks at cost to the organizers, which was a big help and much appreciated. To Kyle Brown who also sold the coupon book idea around town and put the books together, as well as hauled ice and other equipment needed for selling the drinks and pizza. To Tim Price for setting up the sound system for The Blandelle's. To Fred Chapman for circulating among the money takers giving and taking change. To the city crew, who - under the direction of Darvin Nolen - moved bleachers and trash cans and hung electrical cords so power was available for the event.

 
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