After hopeful Lytle residents have been unable to move into their homes due to local subdivision codes, a new variance will finally allow these people to start settling in their homes. See this week's issue for the full story. After a recent depleted the Atascosa County fire marshal's resources, a donation from a local oil business allows the office to replenish those needs. Check out this week's issue of the Leader News on stands now. The second annual Turn N Burn and Cowboy Homecoming even kicked off in Pleasanton last weekend. Pick up this week's issue for full coverage and photos. Lytle High School played host to and special needs track meet over the weekend. Check out The Leader News this week for photos and the full story.
Eggs-travaganza On March 31, the Lytle tourism department will once again host its 2018 Lytle Eggs-travaganza at John Lott Municipal Park from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. for kids ages 1 to 8 years old.
















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