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May 29, 2014  RSS feed
The 9th Annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life had a different look this year in Leon County, as teams spent the late afternoon and evening at Harriman Park then packed up and went home at 12:00 midnight. In the past many participants spent the night walking and socializing with teammates. Most of the event activities were scheduled under the pavilion.  More...

The upcoming Jamboree was the primary topic of conversation at the regular meeting of The Lone Star Community Center on Monday night, May 5. The Spring Jamboree has long been a highlight because the weather is usually good and the attendance is even better.  More...

On a beautiful spring day on Saturday May 3rd the "Wing Ding Festival" at Marquez was held and a large crowd turned out . Many activities for all age groups were there for people to enjoy. A petting zoo for the kids, car show, a "42" tournament, delicious food and a hot wings cook off was held among many other activities.   More...
Anion Avery "Pete" Raines, 88 of College Station peacefully passed away on Sunday, April 27, 2014 in the care of Hospice Brazos Valley. He was born September 19, 1925 to Robert Lee Raines and Addie Mae (Woodard) Raines in Buffalo, Texas.  More...
The Horse’s Mouth Book Store and Coffee Shop has two awesome events coming up for Mother’s Day Weekend! Friday, May 9th we’ll be holding a Book Signing for local author Linda Kay Upton. The author will be showcasing her two books ‘Beauty from Ashes’ and ‘Brick by Brick’. Signing will be 3-6pm.  More...
The playoff season began for Buffalo and Centerville with a bestof three series between the rivals for the bi-district title, played at Leon High. The Bison were 3rd in their district and the Tigers finished 2nd in their district. Fans of both teams found plenty to cheer about, but in the end it was the Tigers’ error free play that carried the day. GAME ONE  More...
COLLEGE STATION – Two weeks after the late hard freezes of April 14-15, reports of wheat damage from around the state were “pretty close” to what was expected, with most damage occurring in the Central and West Central regions, said Dr. Clark Neely, AgriLife Extension small grains and oilseed specialist, College Station.  More...