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June 15, 2010  RSS feed
The Buffalo City Council, like many cities across the nation, is staggering under the severe revenue decline brought on by this deep and long-lived economic recession. To cope with the decline, the Council found it necessary to tap dedicated Water Department funds in the amount of $150,000 in order to be able to pay the city’s bills.  More...

The Commissioners of Leon County moved very quickly through the agenda of the regular meeting on June 14, 2010. Judge Byron Ryder was out of town on County business and Commissioner Joey Sullivan presided.   More...

Ms. Kaylie Haune Roark and Mr. Brandon Glen Jennings have the pleasure of announcing their engagement. Ms. Roark is the daughter of Chris & Sherry Putnam and the late Wayne Roark of Kingsland TX. Mr. Jennings is the son of Billy & Diane Jennings of Jewett TX and Debbie McPhail of Pope MS. Ms. More...
Born on September 4, 1919 in Ash TX, Lyal ended his life of loving service to his family and the world on May 29, 2010 in Katy TX. He lived in circumstances such as farming with muledriven equipment in Buffalo TX, a year in the family ice business in West Virginia after completing high school, six years in the U.S. Army including two and a half years in the European theater during WWII.  More...
Her boat was named Wild Eyes. I really like that name. It conjures an image of a remarkable 16-year-old with ambition and passion. This girl relates to the world with utter confidence, not from the naivete’ of youth, but earned experience. She sees that nothing is impossible when you have skills and drive.  More...
The Texas Baseball Coaches have made their All-District selections for the 2010 season and BHS senior Aaron Bell earned a spot on the First Team All-District at the shortstop position. Bell was an opponent’s nightmare on defense, shining at the shortstop position, but also able to contribute from the mound and behind the plate.  More...
Thirty-five gardeners have accepted the Leon County Master Gardeners’ challenge for the “Perfect Tomato Contest”. Plants should be well established and ready for the 4th of July contest. Challengers should bring their “Perfect Tomato” to the First United Methodist Church in Centerville on Fri- day July 2, anytime between 9:00am and 12:00pm.  More...
The Texas Agrilife Extension Service in Leon County will begin a new program for Master Gardeners on July 30, 2010. This highly trained core of volunteers will assist with programs and projects in Leon County. Master Gardeners are members of the local community who take an active interest in their lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers and gardens.  More...