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November 13, 2012  RSS feed
Honoring our Heroes:
Local veterans were honored last week in moving ceremonies at area churches and schools across the county.  Centerville High School hosted a beautiful and touching ceremony honoring veterans and active duty servicemen and women on Monday, November 12, in the High School gymnasium.  More...

On 11-8-12, Deputies Robert Willis and Clayton Aldrich had occasion to stop a vehicle on Hwy. 14. Upon viewing the inside of the car, a Marijuana grinder, with Marijuana inside was observed. Three occupants were removed. A glass pipe with residue believed to be Meth was found in the console. A female passenger admitted that a syringe and scales were concealed in her underclothing.  More...

At the Centerville City Council regular meeting on Wednesday, November 7, Ryan and Joanna Matthews presented their unusual problem. Matthews pays City property taxes but does not receive City services, therefore he asked to be de-annexed. Matthews gets water, sewer and garbage services from other providers.  More...
Funeral services for Mr. R. J. Hartless, age 83, were held on Monday, November 12, 2012, at 10:00a.m. at Bowers Funeral Home in Teague. Bro. Steve Cowart officiated. Interment followed the services at Greenwood Cemetery in Teague.  Visitation was held on Sunday with the family present from 2:00p.m. until 4:00p.m. at the funeral home.  More...
Although the Buffalo Bison had no shot at the playoffs, they travelled to Riesel on Friday night to play for Bison pride and treated their fans to a 100+ point game full of fireworks. BHS triumphed over the Cougars 66-42 and finished the season with a winning record of 6-4. Coach Mark Read points out that it was the 5th winning season in a row -- the longest streak in school history. More...
COLLEGE STATION — Texas wheat growers may have some hard decisions to make this winter because of market and weather uncertainties, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service marketing expert.  More...