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September 23, 2014  RSS feed
The 35th Annual Buffalo Stampede was held on Saturday, Sept 20 and presented a Mardi Gras theme.  A fantastic float by the Bison cheerleaders received best of show. Cactus Jack’s Bar B Que shack won first place in the business division with Pizza hut taking second and Stitches & Lil’ Britches winning 3rd.  More...

Buffalo Police Chief Lance Pavelka appeared at the Buffalo City Council meeting on Monday, September 22 and asked that businesses and individuals in Buffalo be made aware of some situations in town.  More...

Have you ever talked to your school-aged child about how to handle a bully? Did you ever discuss the fact that some of us are different in some ways but very much alike in others?  More...
Veterans Appreciation Day - Saturday, October 4, 2014. Leon County Expo Center, 3637 CR 305, Buffalo, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Free meal for the veteran, spouse and children. Tickets are $10 per person. Children 12 & under free. Hee Haw Texas Style at the Lone Star Community Center on Saturday, October 11, 2014. More...
When Mac first asked me to do this column he suggested that we feature cookbooks throughout the county, that are for sale and give them some extra publicity. You may have noticed that most weeks, not all, I have asked for cookbooks to feature and to date I have yet to receive my first request.  More...
The young Buffalo Bison traveled to Alto on September to tangle with a veteran Alto team and suffered a 0-63 loss. Alto scored 2 touchdowns in the first quarter and it was 34-0 at half time. Alto added 29 points in the 2nd half. Buffalo rushed 31 times for 90 yards and quarterback Logan Freeman completed 2 passes for 20 yards. Heath Williams carried 16 times for 47 yards.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – After prolonged drought, South Texas producers are now struggling with too much moisture, according to Rod Santa Ana, Texas A&M AgriLife communications specialist based in Weslaco.  On Sept. 16, the rains were continuing without any let up in the forecast, which was discouraging for South Texas growers of cotton and citrus, Santa Ana said.  More...