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December 9, 2014  RSS feed
Centerville News finds a buyer
Following opening ceremonies of Commissioners Court on Monday, December 8th, Judge Byron Ryder began the meeting by announcing that Christy Neyland Stanford had purchased The Centerville News from Emma Bass. Christy’s husband is Commissioner Dean Stanford and members of the Court congratulated him and acknowledged relief that Centerville would continue to have a local newspaper.  More...

The Leon County Master Gardeners turned out by the dozens to decorate the Leon County Courthouse lawn. Preparations began months ago when the person in charge of decorating the lawn, Linda Singleton, engaged energetic gardeners to create some new decorations this year.  More...

11/25/14 Deputy Sharon Williams dispatched to Centerville to disturbance, unwanted person. Gone on arrival of Deputy. Deputy Cody Wood dispatched to PR 4370 to a criminal mischief. Deputy Robert Rhyne served arrest warrant in Centerville. Suspect booked in Leon County Jail. Deputy Chris Nash dispatched to CR 348 to animal complaint. More...
Geraldine Burney, 93, of College Station and formerly Centerville, died November 29, 2014. She was born April 30, 1921 in Centerville, Texas and was the daughter of Fred Lee Wingfield and Alma Louise (Watson) Wingfield. She was preceded in death by both of her parents; brother, O.D. Wingfield; great-grandson, Copeland Burney and her husband of 61 years, J.B. Burney, Jr.  More...
The Lone Star Community Center hosted a fun Christmas party on Saturday, December 6th as Santa made a visit and guests brought covered dishes to be sure everyone got their fill of Christmas goodies.  More...
Amazing that we are in the middle of the Christmas Season. Our Community Center had its Christmas Party Saturday night and it was such fun. Our church had its Choir Christmas Cantata Sunday morning and night, and it was beautiful and inspirational. Other parties and get-togethers are on the calendar for the next week and then, nothing, until Christmas Eve.  More...
C’Ville advances in surprise win over Alto
The Centerville Tigers defeated the undefeated Alto Yellowjackets 23-20 to advance to their first State Semi-Final game in the history of the school. Adrian Gaucin booted a 33 yard field goal with 1:02 left in the game to break a 20-20 tie and send the Tigers to Georgetown High School to face Mason in the Semi- Final game. More...
Cotton harvesting still running late in Texas High Plains, West Central Rolling Plains
COLLEGE STATION — Cotton was late to mature throughout the state this year, but timely rains and favorable conditions during the fall resulted in a good year for many growers, according to Dr. Gaylon Morgan, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service state cotton specialist, College Station.  More...