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June 23, 2009  RSS feed
As I followed the very good looking young man down the aisle and up the steps to the stage at the Paradise Cove Luau, I couldn't help but think how blessed I was to be having one of the greatest seventeenth birthdays a girl could ask for. Not only was I spending time with loved ones, we were spending that time in Hawaii!   More...
It’s time to sign up for East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System’s 11th annual free prostate cancer screening for men. Last year, ETMC screened almost 1,700 men, according to Todd Sigmon, ETMC Cancer Institute Vice President. “From our annual ETMC PSA (prostate specific antigen) blood tests, 118 tests came back with abnormalities. These men were referred to their doctors for further evaluation,” Sigmon said.   More...
Donald “Sonny” Ray High ,73, was born on September 24, 1935, in Grandfield, Oklahoma, to John Chester “Dick” and Frances Beatrice (Wilson) High.   Donald served in the Army. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge 1155 of Pasadena, TX. Many will remember Donald being the owner of "High's" Garage in Pasadena, TX., from 1948 until his retirement in 2000.   Donald went to be with The Lord on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, in Buffalo, TX.   More...
Everyone is welcome to join Evangelist Larry Allen for revival at 7:00pm, June 21-27 at The Miracle Church located at 1544 W. Broad St. (Hwy 79) in Oakwood to hear and receive the word of God and be blessed. Saturday, June 27th will be dedicated as a special musical night.   Kids, hop aboard the “Boomerang Express” Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church in Buffalo. It runs June 22-26 from 9am to noon. Call 903-322-4332.   More...
I was fortunate to grow up in a home where music was appreciated. My mom is a very talented pianist. Here in Buffalo, she plays for Stewart United Methodist Church where it is said she doesn't simply play the notes, but conveys the message in the music. It is a gift of the heart which cannot be trained into the fingers or learned in theory class. She is a blessing.   More...
Dryland cotton failing; irrigated faring better
COLLEGE STATION - Most of the 750,000 acres of dryland cotton in the Texas High Plains looks "very rough," said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service agronomist.   But irrigated cotton, though late in many areas, has dodged the bullets of hail and high winds and looks "decent," said Dr. Randy Boman, AgriLife Extension cotton agronomist, Lubbock.   More...