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My name is Sammy and I am a 2-year-old, male kitty, and let me tell you, I have lots and lots to say. To say I am a chatty fellow would be an understatement, as I talk all the time.  

Regardless of the fact that it always seems as though chilly weather arrives at the same time as the occasion to celebrate the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., turnout was decent in Groveland, which observed the anniversary of King’s birth on the day he actually was born, this past Sunday, Jan. 13.

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Angie Langley, CEO and Founder of Langley Consulting Group in Clermont, was inducted to the Lake-Sumter State College Foundation Board of Directors on Jan. 10 at the Venetian Center in Leesburg.

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Regardless of the fact that it always seems as though chilly weather arrives at the same time as the occasion to celebrate the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., turnout was decent in Groveland, which observed the anniversary of King’s birth on the day he actually was born, this past Sunday, Jan. 13.

This week’s photo comes to the News Leader courtesy of Lynne Vincent, who snapped this photo of a gazebo with its reflection located on Lake Minneola on New Year’s day. An apt photo for viewers to reflect on this past year while also contemplating the year to unfold. (If you have a photo you…

You may approach the ruling council, puny human, but it is doubtful we will wake from our nap … that is, unless you come bearing catnip and other assorted treats and goodies, so indicate (from left) Oreo, Tobey and GiGi, several of the cats who rule News Leader Managing Editor Steve Steiner’…

The Kiwanis Club of Clermont welcomed Girl Scouts of America Troop 3040 of Groveland/ Mascotte for a meet-and-greet presentation by troop leader Tina Wray. The troop is very active in the area and growing with a current enrollment of 24 girls.

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The war cry of the Seminole will echo through the pines again on Jan. 7-8, as Native American and military portrayers clash in the reenactment of Major Francis Dade’s infamous battle, one which that took place nearly 200 years ago, deep in the pines of a Florida forest, where more than 100 U…

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One might expect a chief executive officer of a multimillion dollar company to appear at the corporate headquarters dressed to the nines. Not Chloe Gentry. She comes ready to work in skinny jeans, a gray T-shirt and black slip-ons to help run the family’s landscape and citrus company.

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The war cry of the Seminole will echo through the pines again on Jan. 7-8, as Native American and military portrayers clash in the reenactment of Major Francis Dade’s infamous battle, one which that took place nearly 200 years ago, deep in the pines of a Florida forest, where more than 100 U…

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As we come to the close of 2022 and we celebrate the holidays, there are so many things to be grateful for. This is the time of year to reflect upon our goals and accomplishments, and make efforts to improve upon our shortcomings in the new year.

Former football star, cancer survivor, football coach, small businessman, and preacher Tony McCoy was the featured speaker at the December meeting of the Clermont Historical Society.  

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It was a somber occasion Saturday, Dec. 17; somber, yet also a celebration, as hundreds turned out at Oak Hill Cemetery for the sixth annual laying of wreaths on the graves of those who had served in the military.

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