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September 1, 2015  RSS feed
The Buffalo Independent School District Board of Trustees met at 6:00 p.m. on August 31, 2015 for a Public Hearing to give the public an opportunity to voice their opinion on the proposed tax rate. Immediately following opening ceremonies President Jennifer Humphries asked if anyone had signed up to speak and no name was on the list. The Hearing was immediately adjourned.  More...

Friends of Fort Boggy held its 3rd Annual Dog Days of Summer event on Saturday, August 28th with the largest crowd yet!! An estimated 200 people visited the park, ate hot dogs and snow cones, and toured the park.  More...

The Buffalo AARP Chapter held its monthly meeting at the Buffalo Civic Center on Tuesday, August 17, 2015. The group celebrated the August birthdays of Susie Eagans and Sam Hayes along with the 62nd anniversary of Mary Ann Jones.  More...
Graveside services for Julie L. Tidwell, age 85, of Centerville were held at 10 A.M., Friday, August 28, 2015 at the Centerville Cemetery in Centerville, Texas. Bro. Ed Houk officiated the service.  More...
First day of September and, at least for a while, the temperature is supposed to stay below 100 degrees so I suppose its time to get back to cooking. I hope you enjoyed your summer. Can you believe how quickly it passed? For that matter, how quickly the whole year has flown. I’ve always heard the older you get the faster time flies, and that is a fact, for sure. More...
The Centerville Tigers hosted the Corrigan- Camden in the opener for both teams but the Tigers came up on the short end of a 12-30 score. The first quarter was scoreless but the Tigers got on the board first as Trevor Goolsby scored on a 7 yard run with 9:02 left in the second quarter. The two point conversion by quarterback Koy Howe failed but the Tigers led 6-0.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – A combination of weather patterns is causing wholesale die-offs of fish in many East and North Texas farm ponds and lakes, according to Dr. Billy Higginbotham, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service wildlife specialist, Overton.  More...