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January 6, 2015  RSS feed
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (Jan. 3, 2015) – The Buffalo, Texas Tractor Supply Company store will hold its grand opening on Saturday, January 10. The store officially opened for business January 3.  More...

The Buffalo Lady Bison took a long bus ride to Neosho, Missouri to participate in the Neosho Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament. The tournament was held December 28-31 and the Lady Bison finished 2nd in the tournament.  More...

On a typically slow news week after New Years The Buffalo Press went out and asked some local business people how they observed the celebration and what they expected in the coming year. Here are some of them and their answers.   More...
Funeral services for Callie McAdams Brown, age 93, were held on Friday, January 2, 2015, at 2:00p.m. at Bowers Funeral Home in Teague. Bro. Kenneth Henbest officiated. Interment followed the services at Greenwood Cemetery.  More...
On Monday afternoon January 5th I talked with Leon County Game Warden Oscar Henson. We discussed the deer results in the county and Henson said he hasn't seen the final results of the deer kill but has seen many large deer taken but he believes the number of deer killed was probably smaller than normal.  More...
Happy New Year!! What will 2015 hold!! Paul and I were blessed to have our entire family home for the week between Christmas and New Year. When I say entire that means 26 folks, counting Paul and me, and I’ve got to share one Matney Christmas story before we go on.  More...
The Buffalo Bison traveled to Onalaska on January 2nd to open up district play and won a squeaker 45-44 in a back and forth game. The Bison led 11-2 after the 1st quarter and had a 20-12 lead at half time. The Bison led 27-24 after the 3rd stanza and held on to post the 45- 44 win.  More...
Texas A&M AgriLife studies planting rates based on anticipated moisture
COLLEGE STATION – A Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Servicestate cropping system specialist hopes producers can use the weather forecast for not only deciding how to dress, but to alter management practices based on expected conditions.  More...