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September 1, 2009  RSS feed
Six volunteer fire departments in addition to the Jewett Emergency Medical Services, Leon County Sheriff’s office and the Texas Department of Public Safety, responded to a call from the Marquez Salt Water Treatment Plant. On August 26, 2009 at 5:30 p.m., workers at the treatment plant on Highway 7, two miles west of Marquez, called 911 and reported a fire.   More...

Leon County Sheriff’s Department personnel continue to investigate several sexual assaults committed in late July.   More...

The BISD School Board held a public hearing prior to their August meeting in order to invite discussion of the 2009-10 proposed school budget and tax rate.  More...
Ralph Kelly Taylor, 81, passed away quietly on August 24, 2009 in Arlington, Texas. Graveside services were held 10:30 AM, Saturday, August 29, 2009 in the Taylor Cemetery in the Flo Community in Leon County, Texas. Rev. Ray Grissett officiated the service.   More...
The Spirit of God Ministries, Inc. invites you to attend special services honoring Pastor Larry Allen. The first appreciation service will be held on Saturday, September 5, 2009 at 4:00PM with special guest speaker, Dr. Curly Scott, Sr., pastor of Truth Church International of Plano. More...
Buffalo has a lot to offer in September and THM is happy to be a part of the action. We have an exciting Artist Group, Scrabble Tournament, a study group with Stewart Memorial Methodist Church (hosted at THM), our Writers Group, and the Annual Buffalo Stampede and Book Sale.   More...
A total of four points separated the first and third place teams in pool play Thursday at the Centerville Tournament. Buffalo defeated Goodrich, but lost to Normangee and Fairfield in three set matches. By virtue of records, Buffalo was seeded third from their pool and entered the challenger’s tournament on Saturday.  More...
Drought-related cattle deaths reported in South Texas
COLLEGE STATION – Hot, dry weather continued for most of Texas, with South Texas still the hottest and driest, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service personnel.   It has been so hot and dry that ranchers are losing cattle, said Sammy Gavito, AgriLife Extension agent for Duval County, west of Corpus Christi.   More...