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Leon Edward Doughty, III

Leon Edward Doughty, III, of Tool, passed away Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Leon was born June 8, 1953 in Dallas to Leon Edward Doughty, II and Lillian Evelyn Nichols Doughty. He and the love of his life Cynthia have been married for 42 years.

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Cross Roads honors 2017-18 athletes

CROSS ROADS– Athletes, coaches and families gathered one final time to celebrate the accomplishments of the Cross Roads athletic department during the 2017-18 school year Monday, May 21 at Cross Roads High School.

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TVCC Foundation Golf Tournament winners

The team of Zach Keeling, Stan Sowers, Jacob McCarter and Cody Taylor took fi rst place May 14 in the annual TVCC Foundation Golf Tournament at Van Zandt Country Club in Canton, carding a 59 in the 13-team morning fl ight.

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Peace Officer Memorial observance fi lls courthouse square

ATHENS–Officers county wide gathered on the courthouse square, standing at attention as the colors are presented and Kadie Lynn sings the national anthem then at parade rest forming one long, thin blue line of defense.

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Truck rollover ties up traffic in Malakoff

An 18-wheeler rolls over onto its side on Sunday morning, May 20, in Malakoff , blocking all but one lane of traffic along State Highway 31 East adjacent to Malakoff Middle School.

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Wise wins Byron Nelson

DALLAS–AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament winner Aaron Wise won his first Professional Golf Association (PGA) victory, $1.386 million and set a new record with a score of 23 under after four days of play at the new private course, Trinity Fores

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Kerens holds Athletics Booster Club banquet May 14

Gracie Harrell (second from left) and Kaylee Reed (third from left) were named softball Co-Defensive Players of the Year, presented by head coach Aaron Kinney (left) and assistant coach Hana Colvin (right).


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Trustees add transfer policy to DOI plan

KERENS–Kerens ISD trustees adopted new policy related to its District of Innovation plan, which allows immediate revocation of transfer status for behavior, academics or truancy, an exemption from the statemandated one-year transfer commitment.

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