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June 22, 2010  RSS feed
Buffalo School Board meeting
The BISD School Board waded through a full agenda at their June meeting on Monday evening.   More...

Due to scheduling issues, the regularly scheduled OISD school board meeting was moved up from next Monday to this Monday.   More...

Over forty area elementary students are honing their science skills this week at Camp Invention, a summer enrichment day camp held at Buffalo Junior High School each day from 9:00 to 3:30. Director Karey Reeder and a team of three teachers (R.C. More...
Willie B. “Tootsie” Speer was born June 22, 1921 to Willie Boone “Pete” and Nancy Elizabeth (Newsom) Speer. He was born and raised in the small town of Concord and married Ruby Lee Cravey on February 21, 1942. In Concord, they raised their three children, Mary Ainsworth, Phyllis Foley, and Jeff Speer.   More...
Twenty-three students, ages 6-12 attended Kids Kamp at the Abiding Place Ministries retreat center in Buffalo last week. Camp Director Teresa Nix and the students put on a musical production at the end of the week-long camp. “Donkey Tales” featured vocal soloists and group numbers, dance and theatrical performances. More...
There is a new book by a gentleman named David Niven called "Up! A Pragmatic Look at the Direction of Life". He noticed that we are disturbed by the wrong things, and took it upon himself to collect information to dispute what we think is fact. I hate being wrong, but in this case, David Niven puts a smile on my face.   More...
Over forty students in grades 3 through 12 participated in last week’s AirJam Sports Basketball Camp offered at the BHS gym. More...
Cooking the old fashion way! The Campfire Cooking Kids Kamp, that was held on June 8,2010 by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service Leon County, at Fort Boggy State Park, was a big hit! The youth were taught about how the cowboys in the old days would use cast iron pots and pans to cook their meals on an open fire during the cattle drives.   More...
Texas crop, weather
COLLEGE STATION -- Rain came to Texas, relieving drought conditions in many areas. It also slowed the wheat harvest in the Rolling Plains, but this year that might be a good thing, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service personnel.   More...