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October 27, 2009  RSS feed
A building of Dick Scott Ford of Mexia was gutted by a fire that caused over $1.5 million in damage on Sunday evening. The burned out building housed a service shop and the dealership’s accounting departments.   More...

Early Saturday morning, November 24, a woman in her eighties who lives in Centerville heard footsteps in her home. She keeps a gun close at hand and grabbed it when she heard the steps coming toward her bed. The invader attempted to contain the woman but she managed to get away, running outside, firing shots and screaming for help.   More...

O.I.S.D. Superintendent Richard Scoggin began his monthly report by announcing the high school and elementary students of the month. Sophomore Christina Hudson is an excellent athlete who loves hanging out with her friends and swears she really does like coming to school to learn. She has plans to go to college and become a nurse.  More...
Beloved mother, daughter, wife, sister and friend, Mary Beth Dickey Spencer Sillers, passed from this life on October 24, 2009. She was the presence of love in our lives and we are full of sorrow to see her go.   More...
There will be a benefit for Charles (Slick) Matthews on October 31, 2009 from 10:00AM to 4:00PM at the Butler Center off FM 439. Slick has been diagnosed with cancer. Come join his supporters for a fish fry in his honor. The cost is $10.00 for adults and children 10 and over. All proceeds will go toward Slick’s medical costs. More...
Nothing is free in life everything has to be paid for by someone, and a good example in life is to pass it on. I do not know of a parent that wouldn’t give their life for their childre or grandchild at the chance to save them from sickness ordeath.  More...
The Buffalo Bison and Centerville Tigers met in a district matchup on October 23rd, each sporting 1-1 district records and both coming off of big wins the previous week. Everyone expected an exciting game, and the contest proved to be just that. Turnovers proved to be the difference in the game, and Buffalo did not have any.   More...
OVERTON – This year's fall weather– rain and cloudy following a drought – and its effect on forages can be a recipe for nitrate poisoning of livestock, said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert.   More...