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January 20, 2009  RSS feed
The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual awards banquet on Thursday, January 15 at the Buffalo Civic Center. More...

Several high school students woke up extra-early on Saturday morning to catch a 7:00 a.m. bus to the Snowflake Classic UIL Invitational in Mexia. For most of the students, however, the sleep sarcifice was well worth it. Invitational meets allow students a chance to participate in the events of their choice before the actual district competition in March. More...

No doubt about it --
Those in attendance at the BHS auditorium on Sunday afternoon got their money's worth and more at the talent show sponsored by the high school journalism department. Performers included students from the elementary, junior high and high school, and the show included something for everyone: skits, dances, music and comedy. More...
Funeral services for Mrs. Marlyene West, 79, of Donie will be held on Wednesday, January 21, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. at Bowers funeral Home. Interment will follow the service at Post Oak Cemetery in Donie. Bro. Paul Pryor will officiate. Visitation will be held on Tuesday with the family present from 6:00p.m. until 8:00p.m. at the funeral home. More...
AUSTIN-- The Railroad Commission offers the following safety tips for Texans enjoying the cozy warmth of a propane gas log set this winter. As the state's chief energy agency, the Railroad Commission has been in charge of propane safety in Texas for more than 50 years. More...
We had little room on the boat for personal books. There were four small bookshelves, with the bulk of that space used for necessary books; equipment manuals, cruising guides, language books...Spanish, and chart books, etc.. The rest of the space was used for tools, spare parts, food and medical supplies. Sail boat space is at a premium. More...
Tigers continue to be snake-bitten
The bad luck continued for the Centerville Tigers as they lost to Trinity 46-45 on January 13 and Onalaska 55- 50 on January 16. Centerville vs Trinity The Tigers got off to a good start and had an eleven point lead after the first quarter but lost ground in the second period and the margin was shaved to seven points at half time. More...
AUSTIN - (Jan. 12, 2009) For the week ending Jan. 10, 2009, feeder cattle prices at Texas auctions were higher than pre-holiday levels by $4 to $8 per hundredweight. Fed cattle prices declined by almost $3 as stagnant beef prices, tight processor margins and fluctuating grain markets pressured prices. More...
BES students enjoyed a special Semester Awards assembly at the Buffalo High School auditorium for Friday afternoon. Students were recognized for All A Honor Roll, A-B Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance, Citizenship and Reading Counts for each of the first three six weeks and for the first semester. More...