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March 31, 2015  RSS feed
David Myers, Right –of-Way Manager, with Cross Texas Transmission, updated the Leon County Commissioners Court on the progress of the electric transmission line which is proposed to run from the sub-station in s/e Limestone County to Gibbons Creek during the regular meeting on March 25, 2015, where Commissioner Joey Sullivan presided in the absence of Judge Byron Ryder. . More...

During the facilities update at the Board meeting Superintendent Lacy Freeman reported that construction on the new addition is now moving along very quickly. Concrete has been poured for the handicap driveway and steel has arrived, been unloaded and workers are in the process of putting it up. “You will be able to see lots of progress,” he said. More...

3/18/15 Deputy Don Craft dispatched to St. Joseph ER in Madisonville in reference to a mental subject. MHMR requested assistance with patient. Report made. Case closed. Deputy Donnie Mordecai dispatched to CR 3282 in Buffalo in reference to a criminal mischief complaint. Report made, and the case is active. More...
Tim H. Finney, Jr. age 87, was born in Madisonville, Texas on March 24, 1927 to Tim H. Finney, Sr. and his wife, Corine (Nettles) Finney. Tim Finney served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He received an associates degree and worked over 45 years as a lab technician for the oil and gas industry. He started out at the Eastern States Refinery in Houston. More...
Oscar Wesley Henson was born and raised in Leon County and has been a farmer all his life. Of course, he was principal at Buffalo Junior High for years and taught a variety of subjects as well, one of them being Agriculture. He comes from a line of educators and farmers so both are in his blood. More...
District 57 House of Representatives
Legislative session has gained full-steam in the House, and the rapid pace we experienced this week will likely only quicken over the next two months. Here are the highlights of what is happening at your State Capitol... Budget Bill Headed to the Floor More...
The Buffalo Bison lost to Leon and New Waverly but came back to defeat Westwood to remain in the thick of the district race. The Bison and the Leon Cougars resumed play of a rain delayed game on Monday March 23rd. The Cougars led 7-0 with 1 out and 2 runners on base when the game was suspended by rain on March 20th. After the game was resumed on March 23rd the Cougars went on to win 14-3. More...
Too much of a good thing further delays plantings
COLLEGE STATION – All parts of the state received more precipitation in the last week, further delaying planting of spring crops in many areas, according to reports from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service personnel. More...