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July 17, 2012  RSS feed
Leaving the Serengeti savannah behind, Filbert pointed the Land Cruiser east, taking Dubyah and his new pals back to the land of the mysterious Maasai and their final photo safari destination: the Ngorongoro Crater.  More...

As the fiscal year comes to a close, the various public entities in the county are faced with the challenging task of setting up their budgets for 2012-13. Adding to the challenge is the fact that they have only estimated figures from the appraisal office with which to work.  More...

When Ron and Vanessa Goodwyn moved to Leon County their dream was to provide a quality life for their young family and enjoy the perks of quiet country living. That was nineteen years ago and the Goodwyns will be the first to tell you their dream has been realized.  More...
Randy Vasker Moore was born in Fairfield, Texas on November 15, 1952 to Fred and Zelma Moore. He was a lifelong resident of Leon County, living most of his life in the Siloam Community north of Centerville.  More...
The Tyler Depot
When the first steam locomotive made its way into East Texas more than a century and a quarter ago, it changed the economy and future of the region in ways that were never imagined.  Today, however, many of the old railroad depots that became community landmarks have vanished-- the fallout of a new wave of progress brought about by automobiles and highways.  More...
Teams from the Buffalo Youth Organization take their baseball and softball seriously -- and their hard work pays off with a good deal of success.  The 14-U Bison Sophomores, coached by Monty McGill, David Gilliam and Lacy Freeman, won their qualification tournament to advance to the District Tournament in Jacksonville.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – Texas grain sorghum plantings are up by about 750,000 acres over last year due to several factors, said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s planted acreage report released June 29 projected planted acreage at 2.3 million acres, according to Dr. Calvin Trostle, AgriLife Extension agronomist, Lubbock.  More...