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October 2, 2012  RSS feed
Folks who work at the Dudley Brewer Ranch on FM 831 discovered a grizzly sight on Monday morning when they found some calves had been shot near the road.  According to Leon County Chief Deputy Brent Walker, the fence on FM831 had been cut and one calf taken outside the fence and shot, and then loaded on a truck and carried down the road.  More...

One of the joys of the past weekend was the beautiful sound of rain. After a scalding summer with very little precipitation, Leon County was blessed with rain amounts ranging from 4” to 12”.  More...

Eighteen ladies attended the first meeting of the Buffalo Extension and Education Club since our absence for the summer break.  We met at Donna Barrilleaux’s lovely home on September 19th and enjoyed the covered dish lunch.  Afterwards, there was lots of business to attend to. Dues have been raised to $18.00 ($15 to State, $1 to District, $1 to County).  More...
Ada Louise Mullen Baker, 88, of Fairfield, passed away Friday, September 28, 2012 at E.T.M.C. Fairfield. Services were held 2:00 p.m. Monday, October 1, 2012 at Calvary Baptist Church with Pastor Terry Skinner and Pastor Robert Easterling officiating. Interment followed at Stewards Mill Cemetery.  More...
First Christian Church, Oakwood invites you to a Revival on OCTOBER 7th, 8th & 9th. Join us as we revive the Spirit of Christ in our hearts through Worship, Inspirational Music and Christian fellowship. First Christian Church, Hwy. 79 and Holly Street. Services begin at 6:30pm.   More...
Bedside manner   “Oooh, aaah, stop! Omigod.”  The little girl was screaming as the bicycle fell over, her foot caught in the spokes and blood everywhere. As her brother stood up and realized what had happened he was horrified. He scooped up his little sister in his arms and ran for home.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – Need winter grazing but there’s not enough soil moisture to plant? A Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert said “dusting it in” is worth the risk.  “Dusting in” refers to planting when there is not enough soil moisture present to get the crop emerged, but with hope of receiving a rain later.  More...