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January 12, 2010  RSS feed
Last weekend’s arctic front brought near-record low temperatures to the area for several nights in a row, with some areas reporting single-digit temperatures Saturday night. Residents -- both 2-footed and 4-footed -- had to deal. by Sherry Matney More...

(AUSTIN) — Comptroller Susan Combs announced today the state collected $1.65 billion in sales tax revenue in December, down 11.6 percent compared to December 2009. More...

Flo Community Water customers in the Weedon Edition and other customers west of Interstate 45 experienced low water pressure or were without water altogether on Sunday morning as the local temperatures began rising above the freezing level. The Flo Water repair crew was on the job early in search of the source of the problem.  More...
Funeral services for Willis Leonard “Bill” Hays, age 86, of Oakwood, Texas were held 2:00 pm, Friday, January 8, 2009 at the Walters Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas. Rev. Kevin Gilmore, pastor of Stewart Memorial United Methodist Church in Buffalo officiated and interment followed in the Keechi Cemetery. Walters Buffalo Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.   More...
On Christmas Eve, just as Americans were getting ready to celebrate the holiday with family and friends, Senate Democrats passed a partisan health care bill without a single Republican vote. It was crafted in secret and packed with sweetheart deals.  More...
The Buffalo Bison split in district play this week, losing at Centerville on Tuesday, then defeating Groveton at home on Friday to balance their season record at 9-9 and go to 2-1 in district.   VS CENTERVILLE   More...
Have you ever wondered why ruminant livestock such as cattle, sheep and goats, or wildlife such as deer, elk and bison eat what they do? For example, cattle and bison eat primarily grass; deer eat primarily forbs and browse (the edible leaves and stems of woody plants), but very little grass.  More...