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October 21, 2014  RSS feed
are recognized for Principals Month at the regular meeting of the Buffalo Independent School District Monday night Oct. 20. Left to right; Elementary Principal Lisa Boudiette, Junior High Principal Greg Kennedy, High School Principal Tracy Gleghorn and Assistant High School Principal Janet Slaughter. More...

AUSTIN – If early field reports by bow hunters and those hunting on Managed Lands Deer Permit properties are a sign of things to come, Texas hunters should see deer in good condition and above average numbers of mature bucks when the general season kicks off Nov. 1 statewide. More...

For those women who are fortunate enough to be able to have a mammogram on a regular basis, there are few words more precious than “the test is negative” or “there is no change”. For those women who get called back for more testing there are few words to express the fear that grips the pit of their stomachs and consumes their minds and bodies. More...
Funeral services for Tommie Ancil Grimes, age 84, of the Robbins Community in Leon County, were held at 2:00 P.M., Thursday, October 16, 2014 at the Walters Funeral Home in Centerville. Dr. Dee Black, pastor of Flynn Baptist Church in Flynn, Texas, officiated and interment followed in the Clear Creek Cemetery near Flynn, Texas. More...
Cow Country Congress - October 24, 2014, Center Ranch & Cowboy Church of Leon County, Centerville, TX. $20.00 per person. Call the Extension Office 903-535- 2531 for more information! Leon-Freestone County Hay Show - October 28, 2014, 6 PM, Buffalo Community Center, Buffalo, TX. More...
The Haunted House I sighed when I shut the door behind Mr. Macho as he left for work. I poured myself a cup of coffee and sat down at the dining room table. More...
The Buffalo Bison were able to move the ball against Lexington scoring 27 points and had a 20-7 lead in the 3rd quarter but the Lexington Eagles had to much offensive firepower in the 2nd half and won the game 49-27. Jeffrey Pineta kicked 2 field goals for the Bison in the first quarter giving the Bison a 6-0 lead. More...
COLLEGE STATION – Though this year’s predicted bumper feed grains yields are driving down prices farmers see, the long-term result could add stability to what has been a very volatile market, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economist. More...