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December 27, 2011  RSS feed
One of my annual assignments at The Buffalo Press is to compile the article chronicling the year in review. As I started to tackle that this week, I was reminded of the Mack Davis hit and found myself thinking: “Happiness is 2011 in my rearview mirror…” The past year was, in many ways, a rough one for Buffalo and Leon County. More...

The Leon County Commissioners wrapped up 2011 with a brief meeting on Wednesday, December 21.  More...

The December meeting of Chapter 2870 of AARP included a festive luncheon organized by our hostess committee (Margaret Heggins, Mary Ann Jones, and Betty Mundy, with decorations provided by Dorothy Bottoms.) Looking forward to 2012, the chapters' incoming officers and directors were officially installed with Al Campbell leading the ceremony, and to send the old year off we played a game that loo  More...
Kenneth Ray Perry, age 68 of Buffalo, Texas passed away December 20, 2011 at Copper Creek Plaza in Buffalo, Texas. There are no services planned according to his wishes.  Walters’ Buffalo Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.   More...
The Buffalo Education / Extension Club met Wednesday, December 21 at the home of Donna Barrilleaux. Her home was beautifully decorated for the holidays.  We enjoyed a delicious lunch of rice and gumbo made by Donna.  More...
Leftover Eggnog Cranberry Muffins Serves: 24 (1 each) Prep: 15 min.  More...
The Lady Tigers traveled to Crockett for a district game and came home with a win 52- 42 to remain on top in district play. The Lady Tigers started fast as they led 8-0 and 13-4 after the first period. The Tigers expanded the lead in the second quarter and led 22-10. The teams swapped points in the third period and the Tigers jumped ahead 36-26 heading into the final quarter.  More...
Freestone County Goat Breeders Association
The price of goat kibble to fall back to $7 a bag and whole cottonseed to drop below $100 a ton! I can dream can’t I? Many of ya’ll will be perusing this column after the Holiday Season is over with so it may be fruitless to ask ya’ll to support local stores and to buy American for your gifts for Family and Friends.  More...
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — As many as 500 million trees scattered across the Lone Star State have died this year as a result of the unrelenting drought, according to preliminary estimates from Texas Forest Service.  More...