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July 26, 2016  RSS feed
After several weeks of oppressive heat, many residents of Leon County were blessed with a wonderful cooling shower in the late afternoon on Monday. More...

Residents of Buffalo and the surrounding areas were saddened again as two more lives were taken on Leon County roads. According to reports from DPS spokesman Jimmy Morgan, Robert Ansley, 26 years old of Buffalo, was the driver of a 2005 Chevy Silverado pickup and Christine Welch, 62 years old of Buffalo, was driving a Dodge Ram pickup. More...

Last week Jill Henson and helpers held a Theatre Camp at BHS and ended with a play to show what the students gleaned throughout the week. Much to the delight of parents, grandparents and friends the young thespians presented an abbreviated version of “Treasure Island”. More...
We, the family of Glenda Ferguson would like to thank our extended family, friends & community for the support and love shown to us and our Mother. Your kindness over these last several months has been indescribable. We truly appreciate every phone call, visit, meal, card and kind thought and prayer sent our way. More...
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step program where we can gain freedom, acceptance and accountability for life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups. We meet every Monday in the Fellowship Hall at Miracle Christian Center at 5:30 for a meal, followed by Large Group and then Open Share Groups. For additional information, call 903-322-2300. More...
District 57 House of Representatives
As the mercury continues to rise, so does the frequency of interim hearings at your Texas Capitol. Lawmakers have taken note that the clock is ticking, with less than six months to go before the 85th Legislative Session convenes, and are continuing to concentrate their efforts on what will be the hot button issues discussed. Our latest Capitol update dives into two of those items. More...
COLLEGE STATION – Brush control has many benefits, including restoration of wildlife habitat and potentially improved livestock grazing, but water supply enhancement should not necessarily be considered one of them. More...
Heat stress noted among many dryland crops as high temperatures persist
BEAUMONT — Heat is stressing crops, pastures and gardens throughout Texas. More...