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December 24, 2013  RSS feed
The Leon County Commissioners Court was brief on December 20, 2013 following a public hearing in the same courtroom. After opening ceremonies Judge Byron Ryder asked those in the courtroom to remember the 32-year-old Burleson County deputy who was killed while serving a search warrant yesterday.  More...

Charlcie Casey appeared in Court on December 20, 2013 with Judge Bascom Bentley from Palestine presiding. When Judge Bentley called Casey before the bench he asked if she had an attorney. She responded, “No.”  More...

For the week of Christmas and New Year’s, hand collect garbage pickup will be Friday, December 27th, and Friday, January 3rd.   More...
Hope Baker, 99, of Fairfield, passed away Tuesday, December 10, 2013 in Fairfield. Services were held 2:00 p.m. Thursday, December 12, 2013 at First Baptist Church with Rev. Benny Mize and Rev. Ken Pruitt officiating. Interment followed at Woodland Cemetery in Kirvin under the direction of Capps Memorial Chapel.  More...
The Horses Mouth Bookstore and Coffee Shop will have the following holiday schedule: • Dec. 24th: Close at Noon • Dec. 25th: Closed • Dec. 26th - Dec. 30th: Shop closed for renovations, but we will be doing Curbside Service. Stop by or call ahead. • Dec. 31st: New Years Open House, starting around 5pm • Jan. 1st: Open at 9am.  More...
District 57 House of Representatives
The year is coming to a close at your State Capitol, and as legislators await our interim charges, I look forward to a new year and new opportunities to serve the folks of East Texas. Here now, the last Capitol update of 2013. A Historic Potential Impeachment  More...
Despite ‘rough’ August, peanut yields about average or a little above
COLLEGE STATION – With about 120,000 to 125,000 acres harvested, and about average yields, this year’s peanut crop is certainly much better than it has been the past few growing seasons, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.  More...