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April 10, 2012  RSS feed
Parthena Moore’s Buffalo Pavilion Park was the scene of action on Good Friday. Tourists posed for photos with the buffalo while others take photographs of their children with the Easter Bunny. More...

The Leon County Commissioners Court held its regular meeting on April 9, 2012. Toward the end of the meeting, following a short Executive Session, the Court appointed Pat Goolsby to fill the position of Tax Assessor/ Collector effective April 10 until the newly elected individual takes office. Goolsby’s salary will be base for that office.  More...

After Sharon Sarandos lost her husband Ernie and endured a bout with throat cancer, she could have thrown up her hands and cursed the heavens. Instead, she thanked the Lord for her recovery, marshalled her resources and put her hands to a new venture.  More...
Virginia Best, 85, of Fairfield, went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, April 4, 2012 in Fairfield. Services were 11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 7, 2012 at First United Methodist Church in Fairfield with Rev. T. Paul Kethley officiating. Interment followed at Fairfield Cemetery.  More...
The Easter Bunny made her annual pilgrimage to the Alvin Moore Memorial Methodist Church of Oakwood this past Saturday as a precursor for the big day. Once there, she posed for pictures, hid eggs, and had a good time visiting with everyone.  More...
Solar Eclipse Coming Our Way  The May 20 new Moon will produce a solar eclipse visible over the western half of the U.S. Those in a narrow band from the Texas panhandle to northern California will see a rather rare annular eclipse while the rest of us will see an impressive sunset partial eclipse.  More...
Buffalo was well represented at the girls National Little Dribblers Tournament in Nocona, Texas last week.  More...
Rain accompanies unseasonably warm spring temperatures
COLLEGE STATION – Rain continued to push back the Texas drought, with most of the northeastern, central, southeastern and eastern parts of the state either out of the drought or merely abnormally dry, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor status report of March 27.  But as much as 67 percent of the state remained under one stage of drought or another, according to the monitor.  More...