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February 10, 2009  RSS feed
Valentine's Day is coming up this Saturday, and if you need a little inspiration to get in the spirit for the day which celebrates romantic love, I have a story for you. It's a true story -- a Love Story. More...

After almost a year of searching the city of Oakwood has filled the position of Chief of Police. On Monday, February 2, Oly Ivy was sworn in by Mayor Vicki Stroud, to the position and has already begun to set definitive goals and objectives. The City filled the position through Texas Commission of law enforcement. More...

The FLO VFD held their regular meeting on February 2 with eleven members present. Cindy Pate presented the minutes and financial report and they were approved. Chief Richard Blanchard read a resignation letter from assistant chief Ron Carmichael. Carmichael does not have the time because of other commitments to devote to being the assistant chief. More...
Lena Darst Whittington, known and loved as "Lou", passed away at her hometown of Plaqueine, Louisiana on January 30, 2009. Born September 4, 1959, Lou is survived by her husband James R. Whittington, Sr. More...
There was good attendance at the Thursday evening meeting hosted by BISD to make parents aware of signs of gang activity. After an introduction by Superintendent Jackie Thomason, BHS Principal Don Elsom described what to watch for to determine your child is getting involved in gang activity. The BISD staff had been through the same training before the Christmas break. More...
Centerville got off to a slow start and trailed by eight after the first quarter but Centerville closed the gap and trailed by one at the half, 18- 17. Centerville fell behind by four entering the fourth quarter and they swapped basket for basket in the fourth quarter and Trinity had the edge as the game ended 33-29. More...
Despite the cold weather, anyone who plans to put in a garden this year needs to get ready right now. That's the word from Leon County Extension Agent Tommy Neyland. "People who can't wait to get their garden in can get started right now," Neyland indicated. More...