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January 21, 2014  RSS feed
AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department exhibit, “The Last of the Dreadnought Battleships,” will open on Feb. 1 at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum and run through April 13. The exhibit pays homage to the Battleship TEXAS, which was commissioned 100 years ago.  More...

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Over the past four month, more than 20 timber theft cases have been reported in East Texas from Newton to Bowie Counties.  Approximately one-third of the more than 200,000 family forest landowners in East Texas are absentee forest landowners. This, plus the rising price of timber makes property vulnerable and easily accessible to timber thieves.  More...

The Trustees of Centerville Independent School District spent most of their regular meeting on January 15, 2014 listening as Von Gallagher with Gallagher Construction explained the different construction delivery methods which will be used if and when Centerville ISD builds another building.  More...
Alvin Edward Pate, age 89, passed away in Buffalo on January 5, 2014. He was born in Brownsville, Texas on December 1, 1924. Mr. Pate worked as a structural welder in the oil industry for many years. He was Pentecostal in faith and church attendance was very important to him. Mr. Pate enjoyed painting with oils.  More...
John Foxjohn, author of the true crime novel ‘Killer Nurse’ will be holding a book signing at The Horse’s Mouth on Saturday, January 25th, from 2 to 4 pm. There will be books available to buy for autographing, or you may bring a copy of your own. Everyone is invited to come and meet one of our very own Texas authors! More...
The Varsity men stretched their winning streak to three games and their district record to 4-2 with an exciting road win over the Teague Lions on Tuesday.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – Drought conditions continued to recede in Texas, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor and reports from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service personnel.  More...