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No Greater Love: The Importance of Memorial Day

The COVID-19 virus may have derailed many public Memorial Day observances in Fayette County this year, yet John F. Kennedy’s words in his 1961 inaugural address still ring loud and true. Photos from a Memorial Day ceremony in La Grange hosted by Koenig-Belvill Funeral Home in 2016 remind us that our commitment to honoring those who died in the service of this country remains steadfast.

 

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Wide Open Spaces Big Benefit Now

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Tragic Story

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Don’t Infringe on Opportunities

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Questions Posed to City Ignored

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Hold Dems Responsible

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Do You Feel Safe?

Our county’s largest town has fewer than 5,000 residents. Many of us live on rural properties that give us a nice daily walk to the mailbox. Small wonder that, at the time of this writing, Fayette County had only 30 cases of COVID-19, with two deaths.

 

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Texas Bolsters Efforts to Reduce Spread Of COVID-19

AUSTIN — Testing, sanitizing and emergency food benefits increased as Texas entered its third month of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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Texas’ Third Deadliest Tornado Devastates Sherman

Volunteers, cash donations and emergency supplies continued to pour into Sherman on May 22, 1896 a full week after a terrible twister destroyed much of the North Texas town and took dozens of lives.

 

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County Judge: Continue Planning Local Events

County Judge Joe Weber is encouraging organizers of church picnics, community celebrations and other local events to continue planning.

 

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La Grange Sports Banquet Awards

La Grange High School held a virtual sports banquet Monday, with coaches recording video messages for their athletes. Additionally, several athlete of the year awards were announced for Leopard seniors. Below are the winners:

 

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Rowell, Willis Win Top Bulldog Awards

Instead of having a sports banquet this year, because of coronavirus precautions, Flatonia ISD also announced its sports awards for the year remotely. Here are the winners:

 

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