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Wreck kills military wife, injures Leonard man

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A three-car collision that occurred on State Highway 121 last Thursday killed one, and seriously injured a man who has been lifelong Leonard resident. This makes the third fatality accident in a few short weeks between Melissa and Westminster and continues to raise concerns with regard to the safety of the road. As is always the case when a major accident happens on Highway 121, residents in the area hold their breath as they wait to hear if their friends or family were involved since the highway is a major thoroughfare for those working in or traveling to the McKinney area. For one Leonard family, that was a nightmare come true last Thursday.


State could announce intent to seek death penalty against triple homicide suspect next month

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Capital murder suspect Thomas Lloyd Taunton, shackled and clothed in maroon inmate attire, appeared in the 336th District Courtroom at the Fannin County Courthouse Thursday morning for a motion hearing. Taunton quickly entered from the holding cell, took his place alongside court-appointed defense attorney Steven R. Miears, and raised his right hand to be sworn in. After a brief exchange - no longer than ten minutes - it was determined that the motion expected to be made that day would be postponed by at least a month.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 October 2012 09:45 )

Same-day wrecks on 78 kill one, injure another

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Emergency personnel worked back-to-back major accidents on State Highway 78 west of Leonard Thursday afternoon. The wrecks claimed the life of an expectant young mother and severely injured another man.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 27 September 2012 16:46 )

Accident on 121 claims life of teen, woman

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Traffic was at a standstill on State Highway 121 Tuesday afternoon after a collision just south of Randolph injured four and claimed the life of two. Emergency personnel from several agencies were dispatched to the scene after a major accident was reported on Highway 121 at the south intersection with Business Highway 121.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 July 2012 22:44 )

Insurance assistance available following severe weather

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AUSTIN - Consumers who suffered property damage as a result of the recent severe weather should contact their insurance company or agent to file a claim as soon as possible. Starting this process is the first step toward getting money to make repairs. Homeowners insurance policies generally provide coverage for losses from wind and hail, and, in certain situations, might cover losses from wind-blown rain.

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