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November 15, 2011  RSS feed
After many months of searching, Leon County Commissioners Court hired Cayla Christianson as County Extension Agent, to fill the position left vacant by Tommy Neyland. Christianson, a graduate of Sam Houston University, will specialize in Ag & Natural Resources while Wendy Neyland will maintain her role as County Extension Agent specializing in Health and Home Science.  More...

After the votes were all tallied last Tuesday night the numbers showed that Oakwood voted to allow alcohol sales within the city limits by a landslide vote of 58 to 27.  More...

The Leon County Science Fair was held at Centerville, on Wednesday, November 9, 20011. Leon Elementary and Centerville Elementary participated this year. The top ten winners from each category received a trophy, certificate, and tshirt plus an invitation to participate in an educational field trip worth $60 per child, thanks to all of our generous sponsors.  More...
Memorial services for Kenneth Eugene Roose, 83 of Buffalo, formerly of South Houston were held 3 PM Sunday, November 13, 2011 at the Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo. Wayne Bell officiated the service.  More...
Leon County Veteran's Service Officers Gary and Susan Maples and Leon County Judge Byron Ryder accepted a check from NRG representative Jerry Stroud on Thursday, November 10, 2011 for the Fort Hood C More...
The owl and the pussycat  “No, no, no! Every time we get a cat we spend money on it and then it just disappears, we don’t need to get another one.”  More...
The Lady Bison basketball team hit the hardwood this week. Head Coach Jozette Jenkins describes her team as “rusty, shooting-wise”, but recognized “lots of hustle and effort” so she is looking forward to an exciting season. She will be assisted by Nate Bennett.  More...
Rains come too late for rangeland, but a boon for winter wheat/pastures
COLLEGE STATION – Large swathes of the state received rain, from slow drizzles to heavy downpours, but the moisture came too late this year for most rangeland, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert. More...