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June 28, 2011  RSS feed
Twenty youngsters spent last week at Kids Camp at The Abiding Place Retreat and Conference Center. Both locals and campers from across Central Texas participated in the camp which culminated with a production on Friday night, "Donkey Tales", which included singing, dancing and drama. Organizer Teresa Nix stated that the 7th annual camp was a big success.  More...
More break-ins

The rash of break-ins reported last week was only the beginning of the City of Buffalo’s crime wave.  During Tuesday night, June 28th, several more local businesses were hit.  The method of entry was similar to last week’s break-ins -- doors busted in.  Small amounts of cash were taken and damage to the properties outweighed the loss from the theft.  More...

Ruth Bain, M.D., age 92, of Austin died June 23, 2011 in Tyler, Texas following a decade of graceful aging but declining memory. Born on March 12, 1919, Dr. Bain was a pioneer woman doctor in Texas.  More...
Workforce Solutions Brazos Valley will be hosting the 7th Annual Independence Day Job Fair on Thursday, June 30, 2011 at the Center for Regional Services Building in Bryan. Opening Ceremony will begin at 11:00 a.m. with the job fair coming to a close at 2:00 p.m.  More...
For the next three weeks we will be reprinting this three part story with a surprise sequel afterwards. I hope you enjoy it. Also, I would like to make it clear that Wayne Stark is NOT Mr. Macho. Mr. Macho was long ago and far away. First Jump  More...
OVERTON — If you want to select for hardy bedding plants, forget New York; think East Texas.  “If they can make it here, they can make it anywhere,” said John Antonelli, a Michigan based representative with Proven Winners, a company that sells to retail garden centers across North America.  More...
Add grasshopper outbreaks to drought woes
COLLEGE STATION — While drought is bad for practically everything else that grows, it does often promote a good crop of grasshoppers, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service experts.  More...