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September 7, 2010  RSS feed
Perilla Mint is not very common in our area
Editors note: Perilla Mint is not very common in our area and usually comes into play when pastures are highly stressed. More...
Whitney T. Smith, District Attorney met with the Leon County Grand Jury members August 26, 2010 and presented sixteen cases of crimes alleged to have occurred in Leon County, for their review. An indictment (true bill) was returned on fifteen cases, one case was passed. More...
Funeral services for Mrs. Willie Mae Plummer, 93, were held on Thursday, September 2, 2010, at 2:00p.m. at Ricks-Bowers Funeral Home in Jewett. Bro. James Engle officiated. Interment followed the services at Plummer Cemetery in Limestone County.   More...
The Centerville Independent School District Board of Trustees held a regular meeting on August 30, 2010 in the CHS library. All board members were present with the exception of Tommy Neyland.   More...
You know, one thing that always brings a smile to my face is music. Whether it be hearing it, playing it, talking about it, or learning more about it, it has always made me happy. I grew up listening to all different genres of music: country, rock, gospel, soul, jazz, the blues. But I guess if I had to choose a favorite it would be the blues...  More...
The Buffalo High football team headed to South Oak Cliff on Friday to take on Red Oak Life. This is the charter school's first year to play a 2A Varsity football schedule and the senior-loaded Bison stampeded through the Mustangs, scoring often and denying the ROL offense the endzone.   More...
4-H is the youth development program of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service. It focuses on the needs, concerns and interests of young people. Its aim is to help youth gain a positive self-concept, rational social behavior, knowledge and problem-solving capabilities.  More...
Hay supplies critical in some areas, adequate in others
COLLEGE STATION -- Got hay? It depends upon where you are, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service personnel.   In the Coastal Bend and South Plains, hay and forage supplies were reported to be plentiful, but in large swathes of the state, it was a different story.   More...