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February 18, 2014  RSS feed
The Centerville Chamber of Commerce had to be pleased with the turnout on Thursday, February 13 for the Meet the Candidate event. Not only were most of the local candidates at the meeting but the two men running for judge in the 278th District, to replace retiring judge Kenneth Keeling, were present. More...

Whitney T. Smith, District Attorney met with the Leon County Grand Jury members February 7, 2014 and presented eleven (11) cases of crimes, of which some cases have multiple counts, alleged to have occurred in Leon County, for their review. An indictment (true bill) was returned on all cases.  The name of the defendant, date of birth, city of residence and the offense(s) follow:  More...

The Brazos Valley Council of Governments Board of Directors met with Congressman Kevin Brady in his Washington, DC during their trip to Capitol Hill this week. More...
Ebby Sloan Haynie was born on December 29, 1931 in Buffalo, Texas to Autrey and Maudine (Baker) Haynie. He was a graduate of Buffalo High School and married Nettie May, in June of 1953. They would have been married for 61 years this June. They were blessed with three children—Gail, Dennis & Ken. Ebby served his country in the U.S. Army for eighteen months in Seoul, Korea.  More...
Coming up at The Horse’s Mouth: Sunday March 2nd we will be hosting Country Music singer Doug Briney! Doug Briney is an award winning member of the Independent Country Music Association, currently promoting his latest release ‘Super Country Cowboy’. The concert will begin at 3pm. More...
The Buffalo Lady Bison posted wins in their first two playoff games, advancing to Regionals for the first time since 2005.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – State Climatologist Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon said there’s a chance that an El Niño might develop later this year, but even if it does, its effects will not be in time to offset another dry, hot summer.  More...