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June 3, 2014  RSS feed
The Buffalo ISD School Board held a special called meeting to address a brief agenda on Monday afternoon, June 2. Only Trustee Willie Gilliam was absent from the 5:30 meeting.  More...

The Leon County Commissioners met on Wednesday, May 2, with Judge Byron Ryder presiding. After opening ceremonies including a prayer by retired pastor Billy Bob Evans, the commissioners handled a lengthy agenda, starting with routine housekeeping items.  More...

Gary Grubbs has joined the administrative staff of BISD as the district’s new athletic director and will also serve as head football coach. He comes to Buffalo from a three-year stint at Blooming Grove ISD, where he served in the same capacity and prior to that he was AD/ head football coach at Kermit ISD.  More...
Patsy Louise Roose, of Bellville and formerly of Buffalo, was born on September 25, 1932 in Wichita Falls, Texas. Her parents were Cecil & Izola Emily (Walker) Hinsley. She worked as an insurance adjustor with AllState Insurance Company and enjoyed quilting. Patsy was married to her husband, Kenneth Roose, for sixty-two years. They had three children together.  More...
The Horses Mouth is planning on Juicing Up June, with events every weekend! Here’s what’s going on: June 7th: Open Mic Night, Starting at 6 pm; June 14th: Game Night, starting at 3pm; June 21st: Doug Briney Country Concert at 3pm; June 28th: Author’s roundtable, 10am - 4pm. More...
Revenge of the Waitress I had turned in my order and turned to leave the kitchen when Naomi burst through the door crying hysterically. “I can’t do it, I won’t, I’ll quit first,” she sobbed, tears rolling down her face. More...
COLLEGE STATION – Many areas, some of which were under exceptional drought, received drenching rains over the Memorial Day weekend, greatly improving the prospects for crops and forages, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service personnel.  More...