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June 16, 2015  RSS feed
UPDATE on fugitive sex offender Neal Allen HallDeputies from the Leon County Sheriff's office ran Hall's tracks several miles with TDC Boyd unit track dogs in the area of CR 114 and 120. Suspect possibly called someone to pick him up at FM 811. The Sheriff’s Office advises everyone to be on lookout, and all agencies involved will continue the search. More...

History of the Trinity levels at Long Lake shows the last time the river was this high was on 5-7-58 when it reached 48.79. With more rain in the forecast for this week, it may break that 57 year record soon.  More...

6/3/15  Deputy Chris Rosales responded to a report of harassment on Lassiter St. in Centerville. Case closed.  Deputy Chris Rosales dispatched to a reported assault/ family violence report off FM 542. Charges filed.   More...
Diane McGuire Feagin, age 69, of Georgetown, Tx, formerly of Buffalo, went to be with our LORD and Savior Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 11:31 a.m.  Diane was born October 21, 1945, in El Campo, Texas, to Talmadge and Lillian Elam.  More...
Hat Brand Rodeo Company is gearing up for The Second Annual Leon County 4th of July Rodeo and Dance. Hat Brand was established over 25 years ago by Lynn Bottoms of Navarro, TX and local resident Colten Sullivan purchased the company in 2011. He is a 2009 graduate of Centerville High School.  More...
The Buffalo girls Tball team won 1st place in the Leon tournament and advances to the next tournament to be held in Fairfield on June 29th. The Leon tournament was held June 2nd through June 5th. The girls are coached by Brent Ryder, Dusty Payne and Mark Payne.  Congratulations girls and coaches and good luck in the Fairfield tournament.   More...
By Robert Burns   COLLEGE STATION – A considerable portion of the state’s expected cotton acreage will not be planted this year primarily due to low prices and excessive rain, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist.  More...