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July 24, 2012  RSS feed
Water and sewer-related items were the focus of Monday night's Buffalo City Council meeting.  More...

Last Friday's Open Mic Night at The Horse's Mouth was a resounding hit, with music that ranged from country to blues, gospel to classic rock, and included original pieces along with old favorites. A packed house enjoyed the impromptu performances of a number of solo performers and mu- sical groups, and when they all got to jammin' it was a good ol' time, for sure.  More...

Its time for annual budget planning again and the Centerville Independent School Board set its budget workshop for August 13 at 6 p.m. with a meeting to follow at 7:30 p.m. The purpose is to approve the proposed tax rate that will be published in the notice for public meetings then a public hearing and meeting will be held on August 29 to adopt the budget and tax rate.  More...
Funeral services for Clifford Ray Grimes, age 57, of the Robbins Community in Leon County, were held at 3 P.M., Thursday, July 19, 2012 at the Walters Funeral Home in Centerville. Rev. Dean Easterling, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Centerville, and Rev. Ray Payne, pastor of Ephesus Baptist Church in Jewett, officiated the service.  More...
A LOOK AT HISTORIC PLACES, PEOPLE AND EVENTS Country Stores
A friend who lives near Trawick was bemoaning the loss of country stores a few days ago.  “When I was a kid, you could drive all over East Texas, and every little town had one or two stores and did a good business because the hometown folks always traded with them,” he said.  My best memory of such a store was at Denson Springs on Highway 294 in Anderson County.  More...
Anthony Mandani has joined the BHS teaching and coaching staff. He will be teaching world history and his coaching duties will include football (defensive line), power lifting and he will be working with the throwers in track.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – If it’s true misery loves company, drought-hammered Midwestern farmers should find lots of company in Texas, said a Texas AgriLife Ex- tension Service agronomist.  More...