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July 19, 2011  RSS feed
A long line of pickup trucks towing trailers full of bawling cows sweltered in the morning sun Saturday July 16, waiting to enter the Buffalo Livestock Commission.  “Our customers understand that we are doing all that we can to move things along,” stated Ty de Cordova. “We really appreciate their business and their patience.”  More...
Hunter and three guides charged

The saga of the monster alligator which was shot here in Leon County continues to cause quite a stir.  The near-record gator, at 880 pounds and over 13 feet long, was shot by a Dallas attorney, Levi G.  More...

The Centerville City Council held its regular meeting on Thursday, July 7, 2011 in the Municipal Building Meeting Room. Council members Tammie Mason, Bobby Walters and Warren Baillio were present. Mayor N.R. Goolsby presided.  More...
Funeral services for Dorothy Mae Hartley, age 88, of Buffalo, Texas were held 2 p.m., Monday, July 18, 2011 at the Walters Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas. Rev. Duncan Graham, Rev. Bo Davis, and Rev. Lloyd Lane officiated the services. Burial was in the Buffalo City Cemetery in Buffalo, Texas.  More...
Buffalo Masonic Lodge 554 will hold their Installation of Officers ceremonies on Saturday, July 30, 2011 at 10:00 A.M. A meal will be served shortly afterword by the Eastern Star. Brother Tom Davis is preparing the meat. More...
A very successful 2011 baseball season came to a close this week for several teams from the Buffalo Youth Organization.  More...
BRYAN — Want a few fresh-from-the-chicken eggs for your daily breakfast? Or maybe you like the idea of raising a couple of thousand chickens as a profitable business for local niche markets?  More...
Irrigation wells pumping air; dryland survives in some areas
COLLEGE STATION — One of the worst droughts in the state’s history deepened, with nearly 98 percent of the state in one stage of drought or another, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.  More than 90 percent of the state was suffering from extreme to exceptional drought, according to the monitor’s most recent report on July 5.  More...