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May 13, 2014  RSS feed
The junior and seniors of Buffalo High School and their guests enjoyed their 2014 prom on Saturday night, May 10th, at Depot X in Fairfield. As expected, the boys looked dapper and their dates stunning as all the kids were clearly dressed to impress. Individuality was the only theme in evidence, and the outfits were all over the board.  More...
Outdated air units, undersized classrooms, impossible pick up/drop off areas, and major safety concerns will soon be a thing of the past. Saturday, May 10th the Centerville Independent School District held a vote for the $17 million dollar bond that would fund a newly constructed Elementary school. The vote passed in overwhelming support of the bond with a vote of 250-109.  More...
Linda Ann Harris, also known by her friends and family as “G-Mom”, was born on March 14, 1953 in Baltimore City, Maryland to Charles & Shirley (Lowder) Harris. She worked most of her life as a nurse’s aid in the Franklin Square Hospital in Rosedale, Maryland.  More...
Remembering Louise Cates Leon County’s Poet Lauret - Marquez Library, Thursday, May 15 @ 2:00pm. You are invited to join us at the Roberta Bourne Memorial Library as we celebrate Louise Cates who lived a wonderful long life and  More...
The Rose  “Wow, what beautiful roses,” I commented as I stepped into the office of the small company that I delivered to. Looking around I saw other plants and flower arrangements scattered around. The secretary, Lucy grinned as she explained that she was retiring and clients had been sending flowers all day.  More...
Leon County was certainly well represented at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) State Track Meet in Austin on May 9th and 10th. The Mike A.Myers Track Stadium on the UT campus was packed with the best of the best, and the local student athletes did Leon County proud.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – Though grain crops in the upper Gulf Coast, Central Texas and North Texas started off this year with much better moisture conditions than those in the High Plains, it’s the “same old song and dance” there when it comes to moisture, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Ser- vice expert.  More...