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May 15, 2012  RSS feed
Leon County mourns the death of its first son to become a casualty of the war in Afghanistan. Sgt. Wade Daniel Wilson was killed in active duty on Friday, May 11, 2012 as he served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps in Afghanistan.  More...

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If you had lived in Leon County during the mid-1800s and wanted something done, chances are good you would have gone to William Daniel Wood, a local lawyer, judge, congressman, newspaper owner. On Friday, May 11, District Judge Kenneth Keeling presented Leon County with a portrait of the energetic forefather, giving a touching account of Wood's life in Leon County.  More...
Sgt. Wade Daniel Wilson, age 22 of Leona, passed away Friday, May 11, 2012. Sgt. Wilson was on active duty serving his country in the United States Marine Corps in Afghanistan.  More...
If you were not in the Buffalo High School Auditorium on Saturday Night, you missed out on something very special. The Buffalo High School Theater Arts Department presented the musical, Oklahoma, and the production was simplly outstanding. Period.  More...
Where’s the bird   “What is wrong with that bird? I’ve had parakeets all my life and this is the first one I’ve never been able to train.” I complained to my husband, “If I just go near his cage, he goes nuts, even when I go to feed him.”  More...
Senior Amy Holt was selected to the First Team All-District & Academic All-District. Karilyn Ginsel- Second Team All-District & Academic All-District. Alex Mason-Honorable Mention & Academic All-District. Amanda Ainworth, Avery Robinson, Keri Prewitt. Maci Riemer, and Maranda Bailey earned their spots on the Academic All-District team.   More...
COLLEGE STATION – What’s surprising in early May is not that West Texas is so dry, but that the eastern half of the state is in relatively good condition, said Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, state climatologist and regents professor at Texas A&M University.  More...