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August 17, 2010  RSS feed
OISD loses Coach just days before the start of the new school year
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Shortly before 2:30PM on Monday afternoon, a call came in that there was a fire somewhere out CR 542 in Oakwood. Not knowing whether or not it was a structure fireor a grass fire, or even exactly where it was, Sherry Smith of the East Leon County Volunteer Fire Department in Oakwood, said they went out prepared for anything. An ambulance was also called out.  More...

Funeral services for Johnny Lee Williams. age 59 of Buffalo, Texas wereheld 10 am Monday, August 16, 2010 at the Walters Funeral Home in Centerville, Texas with Rev. Lee Weiler officiating. Interment was in the Post Oak Cemetery in Donie, Texas.   More...
by Vanessa Goodwyn
What is the old saying?... "You can take the teacher out of the classroom, but you can't...call a Rose by any other name!"...? Something like that, anyway. The point is, Cynthia Torno loves to teach, and after a sixyear hiatus when she concentrated her energies in her family's real estate business, she is returning to the classroom.  More...
I'm back in the saddle again - Out where a friend is a friend - Whoopi-ty-ayeoh! Aaah, back to writing the column. My head is full of many things I want to share with you. It truly was a fantastic summer. After mine and Glenn's 'most epic' vacation we have a new bright and shiny attitude, are chock full of creative ideas, and rarin' to bring more of the best of THM to Buffalo.  More...
The Bison hosted Normangee and Teague in a threeschool controlled scrimmage (15 offensive plays, then 15 defensive) on Saturday, August 14. There was plenty of action for the fans as each school brought freshmen, junior varsity and varsity teams, and at times there was play going on simultaneously at both ends of Brewer Field.  More...
Texas crop, weather
COLLEGE STATION -- While hot, humid days stressed some crops, cotton, for the most part, was doing well with few of the catastrophic failures of previous years, said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service cotton expert.   More...