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September 11, 2012  RSS feed
The annual Miss Buffalo Stampede Beauty Pageant was held on September 8th in the Buffalo High School auditorium. With twelve and eight years’ experience, respectively, Buffalo Chamber of Commerce organizers Deanna Ezell and Leah Pruitt once again put on a good show as forty-one contestants vied for sashes, tiaras and braggin’ rights for their grandmas.  More...
Planning to ride in Buffalo Stampede

A week ago Monday, Johnna Ingram, coach of the Prime Time Express, a girls’ equestrian organization with riders from Limestone, Freestone and Robertson Counties, opened a letter to read, “Congratulations and welcome to the Tournament of Roses family!” The selection committee of the Rose Bowl Parade chose PTE as one of only 24 equestrian teams from all over the United States se More...

Just days after fall semester classes began at Texas A&M, a camera crew arrived to film a commercial for AT&T. Sara Collins, a freshman, was studying in the MSC Flag Room when a man approached her and asked if she would like to be on national television.  More...
Shirley Irene Allen, 80, of Kirvin, passed away Tuesday, September 4, 2012 in Fairfield. Services were held 11:00 a.m. Friday, September 7, 2012 at Capps Memorial Chapel. Interment followed at St. Elmo Cemetery.  More...
OHS had its first home football game last Friday night. It also had its first 5th Quarter Fellowship afterward at the Oakwood Memorial Baptist Church.  More...
Thou shalt no steal   “Kyle stole what?” His mother asked, holding the phone away from her and looking at it as if it was a snake. She was shocked, angry and embarrassed as she continued talking with Mr. Evans.  More...
Local football fans needed drive no farther than Teague to get their gridiron thrills last week. When the Buffalo Bison squared off with the Teague Lions there were plenty of fireworks to send fans from both teams home with no voice left. Ultimately, the Bison bowed to the Lions 37-47, but they could certainly hold their heads high knowing they left nothing on the field.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – The Texas cotton crop is “all over the board,” according to Dr. Gaylon Morgan, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service statewide cotton specialist, College Station.  Morgan briefly summed up the situation, starting in South Texas.  More...