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April 3, 2012  RSS feed
“The elephant in the room” would be a good phrase to describe the atmosphere in the Leon County Commissioners Court on Wednesday, March 28. Most in the courtroom was somewhat aware of what had taken place on Friday, March 23, but those activities were not being discussed.  More...

Last week’s Buffalo Press reported that Mrs. Bonnie Harkey’s body had been found at Hilltop Lakes, ending a search which began in San Saba County.  More...

        2012  L.C.Y.L.S.  SCHEDULE    MONDAY, APRIL 2, 2012  Halter Horse Futurity Checkin..........................................     8:00 - 9:00 a.m.  Commercial Heifer Interviews (Extension Office)............    .........  9:00 a.m.  More...
John Raymond Christian, 62 of Buffalo, died March 27, 2012 in Buffalo, Texas. He was born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on June 14, 1949 to Richard Manning and Phyllis (Mainguy) Christian. Mr. Christian had lived in Buffalo since 1980 coming from Oakland Park, Florida, suburb of Ft. Lauderdale. He had served in the United States National Guard. More...
Caleb and Ashlee Moore of Princeton, Tx would like to announce the arrival of Jack Joseph Moore. He was born 3/10/12 at 7:51am, he weighed 7 lb 15 oz and was 21 in long. His proud grandparents are Mark & Sherri Moore of Buffalo, Tx, David & Connie Eldred of Plano, Tx and Terry & Denise Edwards of Plano, Tx.  More...
Bar B Que Special  Thumbing through the old Boy Scout Manual I came across an intriguing recipe for Bar B Que sandwiches. “Hmmm,” I thought to myself, “I have really got to try this.” Plus I rationalized, as a Cub Scout Den Mother, I could test out the recipe and if it was good I could pass it on to my Cub Scouts.  More...
HIGH SCHOOL MEN The Bison men’s track team was back to full strength last week and earned the 2nd Place Varsity Team honors at the Teague track meet on Thursday with a strong showing in field events and on the track. More...
AgriLife agronomist: It’s a mixed bag
COLLEGE STATION – Many parts of the state continued to receive heavy rains, bringing them completely out of the drought. Other areas were not so fortunate, said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert.  More...