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April 28, 2009  RSS feed
The Grand Opening of Davis Country Store in Buffalo on Saturday, April 25 was a success beyond the wildest dreams of owners Tom and Jeannie Davis. An estimated 2500 people streamed into Buffalo to enjoy free food, soft drinks and entertainment and nearly 700 of them took advantage of the discounts offered on many items. More...

See page 6A for the results of this month's photo contest. Van'Go' photo More...

On April 2nd, Oakwood competed in Carthage at Panola College for UIL Academics. Overall, the students did great and four qualified for Regionals. Jocelyn Wil- liams qualified in News, Paige Eldridge qualified in Editorial, and Tori Tucker qualified in Headline Writing. Alias Sardaneta is an alternate for Mathematics. More...
Thomas Raymond Whyte, age 58 of Buffalo, Texas passed away Sunday afternoon in Fairfield, Texas. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Walters Buffalo Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. More...
OVERTON - New "smart sensor" irrigation technologies hold the promise of preventing over-watering of home lawns, athletic fields and public parks, said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert. Over-watering not only wastes water, energy and money, it may also encourage several turf diseases and cause nutrient leaching and runoff, said Dr. More...
Meteor viewed from both Wortham and Fairfield. TPD Sykora arrests man, US-84, Resisting Arrest, Marijuana, Controlled Substances. Dep. Clayton Aldrich to FM-488, tree on fence, cows out. Sewer problems, FM-1451, Teague City Worker enroute. TPD Sykora dealing with case of uninvited guest on Jefferson. More...
On Aptil 22, 2009 the Hilltop Lakes men played in an individual flighted tournament, with the following results:. More...
With the tight profit margins agricultural producers face, the need to control input costs is greater than ever. As input costs rise, we naturally try to reduce these costs whenever we can. One costcutting approach producers often ask about is reducing herbicide rates, sometimes to below the minimum listed on the label. More...