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April 14, 2009  RSS feed
For the second consecutive year, Buffalo High School won the UIL academic competition hosted Tuesday and Saturday at BHS. The students of Buffalo compiled 465 points to win the meet. Centerville was second with 390 points. Groveton came in third with 228 points, and Onalaska was a distant fourth with 115 points. New Waverly was fifth with 109 points. More...

The strange case of Russell Collins has opened in 12th District Court in Centerville with Judge Donald Kraemer presiding. More...

The members of the Buffalo City Council are holding their cards close to their chests these days. Monday evening's meeting was short 'n sweet -- in that it was without interruption or conflict. More...
Jerry (Jerome) Rought died Saturday, April 4th, 2009 in the Centerville Nursing Home. Mr. Rought is survived by his wife Elizabeth Rought. He was preceded in death by his mother Margaret Rought in 1962 and his father Walter Rought in 1964. A burial fund for Jerry (Jerome) Rought has been set up at Citizens State Bank in Centerville. More...
In our neck of the woods dyeing, hiding and hunting boiled eggs is a long time Easter tradition. But what do you do with all those boiled eggs when Peter Cottontail has moseyed on down the road and Monday morning comes. For at least a few days many homes will have more than their share of egg salad and deviled eggs. More...
A case of mistaken identity
Everyone remembers when and where they spotted their first wild turkey. The author has to roll his mind all the way back to Junction, Texas circa 1987 to recall his first sighting of the majestic wild turkey. To tell the absolute truth, that 11-year-old East Texas youngster didn't know exactly what type of birds had strutted by his deer stand that November morning. More...
The Centerville tennis team competed at the District 21-AA tournament April 8 in Bryan. The Tigers dominated the meet, bringing home with team championships in Girls Varsity, Boys Varsity, JV Girls and JV boys. More...
AUSTIN - (April 6, 2009) For the week ending April 4, 2009, feeder cattle prices at Texas auctions were mostly steady to $5 per hundredweight higher, with some locations steady to $4 lower. Fed cattle prices were almost $2 higher. Cotton and grain prices were higher on good export sales and concerns that cold weather on the Plains may have damaged the winter wheat crop. More...
COLLEGE STATION - Cattle "going for the green" by grazing in recovering pastures are following nature's call, but producers should avoid over-grazing and make sure cattle still have adequate care and nutrition, said Texas AgriLife Extension Service experts. More...