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Correa interning with Studio One television show

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Leonard native Victor Correa is interning at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Correa is the associate producer with the project. He is responsible for developing guest ideas for the show, researching various topics, pre-interviewing potential guests and writing guest memos. He also assists the producer in managing the timing of the show.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 19 April 2012 15:53 )

Walker, DeJong plan April wedding

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Glynn and Chele Walker of College Station, formerly of Leonard, are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jessica Michele Walker, to Nicholas Anthony DeJong, son of Willy and Marilyn DeJong of Dublin. Walker is also the great granddaughter of the late Lonnie and LuraBell Goode of Leonard.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 09 February 2012 13:15 )

LSA girls take third place at state tournament

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June 23, 2011 - The LSA 10U Lady Tigers softball team started their 2011 season winning the East Fork pre-season tournament, and finished the regular season undefeated with a record of 14-0. The team received an invitation to compete in the Texas Amateur Softball Association State Tournament, held last weekend in McKinney, and represented Leonard well, placing third overall.


Business of the Week: The Leonard Graphic

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June 23, 2011 - The Leonard Graphic is the oldest business in Leonard, having been published continuously since 1890. The staff at the newspaper prides themselves on hard work to turn out a quality periodical, and ensuring the news is covered fair and accurately for the southeastern corner of Fannin County. The weekly paper provides coverage of breaking news stories, community events, county news, Celeste, the local schools, business news, and much, much more.The Graphic has been owned by Echo Publishing Company, Inc., based out of Sulphur Springs, since 2006.


The Health Corner: Healthcare provider issues heat warning

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June 23, 2011 - After already seeing heat-related illnesses in patients, local healthcare provider Robin Kent would like to remind readers of a few important steps to avoid falling prey to the soaring Texas temperatures.

Beat the Heat? Not in Texasbut Here's How to Live With It

Q: How do you know it's summer in Texas?

A: The birds have to use potholders to pull worms out of the ground. Here in the nation's second hottest state -- we're just behind Arizona -- a sense of humor goes a long way toward dealing with summer. But with this August shaping up as one of the hottest and driest in recent memory, it'll take more than jokes to deal with our triple-digit heat.

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