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April 24, 2018  RSS feed
Glen and Becky Barrilleaux owners of Barrileaux Construction in Oakwood, were the purchasers of the Leon County Youth Livestock Show Grand Champion Steer. The steer was purchased for $9,500 from Evelynn Syphrett from Flo, who is a member of the Oakwood 4-H. The steer weighted in at 1,370 pounds.  More...

Buffalo Mayor Royce Dawkins, Buffalo Economic Development Council (BEDC) Director Ken Jones, and BEDC member Susan Wilder joined in announcing the pending construction of a 41,000 sq. ft. nursing home in Buffalo. The approximately 90 bed facility will be built on Medical Drive, behind Citizens State Bank.  More...

Work on the Southbound off ramp, north of IH-45 and U.S. 79 is nearing completion. The work is hoped to ease the traffic congestion on Highway 79.   More...
Funeral services for Wanda Jean Cooper, age 78, was held on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. at Sardis Baptist Church near Jewett. Bro. Ken Henbest officiated. Interment followed the service at Sardis Cemetery. Visitation was held on Tuesday with the family present from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Ricks- Bowers Funeral Home in Jewett. More...
We’ve made it all the way to the last week of April!! School will be out in a few weeks and before you know it, Christmas will be here!! I’ve been thinking about doing some egg recipes so I looked in a few of my old recipe books.  More...
The Area Track Meet for 17-AAA and 18-AAA track teams were held and several members of the Buffalo track teams qualified for the Regional Meet to be held in Waco Midway High School on April 27th and 28th.  More...
Sale Date: 4-21-18 Head Count: 1070 Last Week: 859 Sellers: 173 Buyers: 55 Cutter Cows......................55-71 Fat Cows...........................50-65  More...
Hay producers should hold fertilizer application until temperatures rise
OVERTON – Warm-season grasses are breaking dormancy but not actively growing yet in many parts of the state, so producers should hold the fertilizer, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. More...