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February 22, 2011  RSS feed
Ryan Bailey was the big winner at this year’s Scholastic Book Fair. More...

A student on student assault between two girls was reported at Oakwood last week. The school district is not allowed to release information about such incidents and the Leon County Sheriff’s office was unavailable for comment on Monday because of the holiday. The Buffalo Press will print details as they become available.   More...

On Tuesday, February 15, Buffalo Elementary School hosted Family Math and Science Night. According to BISD's Karey Reeder, the Math and Reading Campus Coach, the event was a big success. Over three hundred participants registered and 169 of those were children. There was a hot dog supper and a book fair in addition to the math and science activities.  More...
Graveside services for Charles Ray Chandler, age 85 of the Centerview Community in Leon County, were held at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, February 20, 2011 at the Concord Cemetery in Concord, Texas. Rev. Ray Grissett officiated the service.  More...
Letter to the Editor  Now that my children are all grown, it is quiet around my house. For Christmas they gave me a personalized street sign, and every morning it would make me smile as I drove past it. Then, on January 30th, someone took my street sign. I would appreciate it if you would return it. It means a lot to me.  Sincerely,  Janette Van Wey  Van Wey Place   More...
Asparagus Thief  “Hey Honey, come see what I’ve got for you,” Daddy called as he opened the back door.  Wiping her hands on the dish towel, Mama turned and stepped out the door to see him standing there holding a beautiful, feathery looking plant.  More...
The Lady Bison of Buffalo High School wrapped up a very successful 2010-11 season last Thursday night at the Corsicana High School gym, as they fell to the Lady Zebras of Grandview in a game for the title of Regional 2 Area champs. The teams were evenly matched and both groups played hard in what turned out to be a very physical, defensive game.  More...
Agronomist: Rolling Plains wheat hurt more by lack of moisture than cold
COLLEGE STATION — As temperatures begin to warm up after an extended cold spell, wheat producers in some parts of the state are going to have to make some hard choices, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert. More...