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January 5, 2010  RSS feed
Clock taken from victim’s house sought in rape investigation
Leon County Sheriff Jerry Wakefield and the Texas Rangers held a press conference in the Leon County Courthouse on Monday, January 4, 2010. Along with Sheriff Wakefield, Detective Victor Smith, Detective Brent Walter, Texas Ranger Jim Huggins and Texas Ranger Troy Wilson were present.   More...

The City of Oakwood is moving up in the world. The City has hired a part-time police officer.   More...

This week Christie Wakefield threw her hat in the ring to run for the office of Leon County Clerk. Carla McEachern, the current County Clerk will be leaving her office soon and Wake- field, an employee of the County Clerk’s office for ten years, believes she has a lot to offer.   More...
Funeral services for Charles Arnold Copeland, age 69, of Buffalo were held Sunday, January 3, 2010 at 3 PM at the Stewart Memorial United Methodist Church in Buffalo. Rev. Kevin Gilmore, pastor of the church, officiated. Burial followed in the Dew Cemetery. Walters’ Buffalo Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.   More...
Mr. & Mrs. Billy Foster and Mr. & Mrs. Mike Glick are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their children Andrena Pauline Foster and Gregory Chase Glick. Andrena is the granddaughter of Bill & Joann Foster of Donie, Texas and Jim & Pauline Puckett of Portsmouth, Ohio. Chase is the grandson of Betty Rowland of Buffalo, Texas, the late James Ezell, Sr., the late E.H.  More...
After waiting an entire year, on December 29th I finally got to make the post office run I had been waiting for. In my hands were a dozen personal, hand-written letters. I kept the sealed envelopes safe throughout 2009 and was honored to be sending them off to their destinations; the authors.  More...
The Buffalo Bison continue to hone their game with an eye towards the upcoming district competition. During the Christmas break they travelled to Lovelady for tournament play on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.   More...
AgriLife Extension district administrators sum up 2009
COLLEGE STATION – Drought, flood, fluctuating energy costs, high feed costs, low milk prices – 2009 was a challenge for many Texas producers.   Nearly all of the state's agriculture was adversely affected by atypical weather during the year; some areas fared better than others.   More...