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October 16, 2012  RSS feed
Anyone who watched the summer Olympics was impressed with the accomplishments of South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius, and his acclaim is well deserved. But you don't have to travel to London to see a special athlete who has overcome great odds. Just come to a Lady Bison volleyball game.  More...

The focus of a school board is supposed to be the students and staff in their district and at Monday's meeting of the BISD board, the members had several opportunities to make over those very folks.  More...

The East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System and the Fairfield Hospital District Board of Directors held a dedication ceremony on October 11th in Fairfield to dedicate their new and improved facilities. Raz Cook, administrator of the ETMC Fairfield branch welcomed the guest and after brief remarks a light lunch was provided.  More...
Funeral services for Willie Maston James, Jr., age 71 of Buffalo, were held at 11 A.M., Friday, October 12, 2012 at the Walters Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas. Rev. Chuck Davis, of the Celebration Church in Buffalo, officiated and interment followed in the Buffalo City Cemetery.  More...
Copper Creek Plaza Fall Frolic October 20th at 9am-1pm. Activities already scheduled include a petting zoo, moonwalk, arts and crafts with the residents-kid games -David Parker performing @10am. Selling hamburger plates-bake sale and vendors.   More...
You just never know what a boy will bring home  “Mama, Mama, look what I’ve got!” I heard Shane yelling half way down the street.  More...
The Buffalo Bison eliminated their own errors and capitalized on their opponent's mistakes to win big at Blooming Grove on Friday night, 54-20. The BHS coaching staff made good use of their offensive arsenal and four different Bison scored touchdowns in the game, while the defense forced fumbles and punts.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – Despite the drought, the state’s pecan harvest will be exceptionally large this year, a predicted 65 million pounds, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.  More...