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May 17, 2011  RSS feed
A motorcycle accident stopped southbound highway traffic on I-45 just north of Buffalo on Friday afternoon when the cyclist clipped a flatbed trailer and lost control of his Harley- Davidson softtail.  More...

Harriman Park in Buffalo was the scene of a rocking good time this past Saturday, with musicians from all over Texas coming together to entertain folks and promote the pure enjoyment of music.   More...

James Turner was born and raised in Oakwood. He has lived here his entire life. He has worked just about every kind of job you can think of. Currently, he sells hay on Saturdays at the Sale Barn for Martin and Geri Bailey and is the cook at the local Super Pantry during the week.  More...
Funeral services for Arthur Randolph Cupp, age 67, of Centerville were held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, May 16, 2011 at the Walters Funeral Home in Centerville, Texas. Interment with memorial honors presented by the United States Army followed in the Holly Cemetery near Lovelady, Texas.  More...
First United Methodist Church in Teague will NOT be having the monthly Ole Time Gospel Music in May. Our regularly scheduled music night has been cancelled for this month only due to school activities. We hope to see everyone in June.  More...
Feel et mig none  Hungry, I scanned the menu, but I was bored as much as hungry. Then I saw an item I had never noticed before. Filet Mignon.  Feel et mig none,” I said to myself. “Now what in the world is that?”  More...
Years of hard work have paid off for two more BHS student athletes who have been recruited to play college ball. Ceremonially signing letters of intent on Friday morning were Buffalo playmakers Saxton Randle-Sims and AlexAndrea Jenkins.  More...
The U.S Postal Service is asking Buffalo homeowners to inspect and repair their mailboxes during Mailbox Improvement Week, May 16-22, according to Buffalo Postmaster Janice Rogers.  “Repairing suburban and rural mailboxes improves the appearance of our community and makes delivering and receiving mail safer for our carriers and customers.” Rogers said.  More...