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January 17, 2012  RSS feed
Domestic Violence should not happen to anyone. But it does. A child should never be hurt or killed by a parent, but it happens. A spouse should never hurt or kill a spouse, but they do.  More...

Frog (Frank James) Owens woke up to a beautiful sunshiny day on Thursday morning. Although the wind was brisk, he decided to walk down to the store for a cup of coffee, some breakfast, and a chat with his friend, Super Pantry cook James Turner.  More...

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce annual Awards Banquet is scheduled for Saturday, January 21, 2012 in the Civic Center at 6:00pm. A steak dinner will be provided by It’s Catered and there will be numerous door prizes. Please plan to attend and help recognize those deserving special recognition and meet the 2012 Board of Directors.   More...
Memorial Funeral services for Troy Daniel Burch, age 26, of Buffalo, Texas were held 11 AM, Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at the Walters’ Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas. Rev. Stanley Becks officiated the service.  More...
BHS Alumnus Chad Nelson, who has just completed his first semester at Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana, was the lone member of the Men's Cross Country team to earn a spot on the 2011 Fall Dean's List. In order to be eligible for this honor, a student must have at least a 3.5 grade point average or higher in 12 or more semester hours taken for letter grade during the fall semester.  More...
Shopping for a man  “You know, sometimes I just really need a man,” Frankie said, out of the blue. All other conversation came to a dead stop, everybody turning to stare at Frankie.  More...
The Lady Bison protected their undefeated district record with two more wins this week to wrap up the first round of district play  More...
Rain greens up winter crops and slows herd reductions
COLLEGE STATION – Many areas received rain, but the general consensus from weekly reports by Texas AgriLife Extension Service county agents was that more is needed to keep wheat and winter pastures going. More...