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September 15, 2015  RSS feed
A small flying creature terrorized spectators and players last Tuesday, September 8, when a bat performed acrobatic tricks throughout the BHS gymnasium. The Lady Bison volleyball teams were playing Normangee when suddenly players began screeching and running. The bat then took a dive at the spectators on the visitors’ side, causing several of them to vacate their seats.  More...

In April 2015 the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce applied for hotel motel tax funding in the amount of 40,000.00 for the 2015 Buffalo Stampede with the City of Buffalo. The Chamber had been receiving this type of funding for at least 6 years, maybe longer, for the Stampede.  More...

Buffalo High School seniors had their cap and gown pictures this week. Miryam Zapata, a graduating senior herself, helped get several of the guys "just right" for their once in a lifetime shot.   More...
Funeral services for Mrs. Beulah Gilliam, age 85, were held on Monday, September 14, 2015, at 10:00a.m. at Bowers Funeral Home in Teague. Bro. Benny Mize officiated. Interment followed the services at Union Cemetery near Freestone.  Visitation was held on Sunday with the family present from 4:00p.m. until 6:00p.m. at the funeral home.  More...
Jerry and Suzanne Leathers
Letter to the Editor,  In 1995 we bought Pierce Feed, located on the East side of the Square, from the Billy Pierce family. Then in 1997 we built our store at its current location and expanded the inventory. After much thought, Suzanne and I have decided to sell our store.  More...
On Saturday, September 12, 2015, the Texas Youth Ranch Rodeo Association (TYRRA) held is second rodeo at the Leon County Expo. The TYRRA season, April to October, has nine rodeos throughout the region with the final being held this year at Hamilton, Texas on 9-26-15.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – Climatologists predict the current superstrong El Niño will bring another rain-drenched fall, winter and early spring to Texas.  Ok, that’s fine but when? Many farmers needing moisture now are wondering when they can expect the promised moisture to arrive, ac- cording to weekly reports by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service county agents.  More...