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March 17, 2015  RSS feed
The Jack Hays ranch was a happening place, in spite of the rain and mud, this weekend as hundreds of people flocked to his place for dancing and the annual Randy Bumpers Memorial Hog Hunt.  More...

On Friday afternoon I had the pleasure of a delightful telephone interview with country singer Janie Fricke, who will be appearing at the Leon County Expo Center on March 21. Janie was so comfortable to visit with, it seemed I was catching up with an old friend.  More...

Vivian Nichols has always enjoyed writing. One day she noticed a couple of her hens squabbling over a nest and thought that might make a good story for her grandchildren. She wrote the story in rhyme and then decided to get it published in a children’s book called “Henny & Penny, A Story of Sharing and Caring.”  More...
Dr. Vicki L. Camp passed away peacefully on March 10th surrounded by family and loved ones. She proudly served eight years in the United States Army. For over 30 years, she has served the community as a compassionate and respected eye doctor.  More...
Fred and Karen Capio of Buffalo inspect the wares at Archie Van Wey’s Buffalo Sporting Goods booth at the annual gun show. More...
District 57 House of Representatives
While many of the schools across our district enjoyed Spring Break this past week, the Texas Legislature was hard at work in Austin. House Speaker Joe Straus announced that next week we will begin bringing bills to the House floor.  More...
Several Leon Cougars were selected to the 21-AAA All-District teams. Caleb Wilson was selected to the 1st Team All-District. Brothers Hunter and Morgan Vestal were named to the All- District 2nd team. Corbin Watson was named to the All-District 2nd team. Riley Noey, Cash Crane and Blake Lowry were selected to the honorable mention All-District team.  More...
Expert: Continued wet weather will affect sorghum and cotton planting acreages
COLLEGE STATION — By delaying corn planting, wet weather could mean more grain sorghum and cotton will be planted than earlier predicted, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.  More...