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October 20, 2015  RSS feed
Leon County Commissioners extended the Burn Ban for Leon County at the October 14th Commissioners Court. Consequently the Homecoming Bon Fire, scheduled for Wednesday night, October 21st has been postponed.  More...

The 2015 Homecoming Queen will be crowned on Friday, October 23rd at the football game between Buffalo Bison and Leon Cougars. Following are the candidates.  More...

The Buffalo ISD, at the regular meeting on October 19, 2015, accepted the resignation of Terry Cotton. Superintendent Lacy Freeman explained that Cotton had moved to within the Dew ISD so was no longer eligible to be on the BISD Board. Freeman said, “We appreciate everything he has done for this district.”  More...
Services were 2:30 pm Sunday, October 18, 2015 in the First Assembly of God Church in Clarendon with Rev. Matthew Stidham, officiating. Interment will be in Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon. Arrangements are by Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon.  More...
The marquee sign at The Stagecoach Deli proclaimed October to be “dessert” month, so I’ve just got to use a couple dessert recipes in this week’s column. And as good timing would have it Wendy Neyland posted some beautiful meringue pies that her students baked this week. I’m sending the picture because I am so impressed with the beauty of the creations.  More...
The Centerville Tigers controlled the game against Groveton amassing 509 yards of offense and controlling the clock by reeling off 72 plays in a convincing win on October 16th. Groveton got on the board on a 57 yard pass and after the PAT Groveton led 7-0.  More...
The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.  Smoke on the Water   More...
COLLEGE STATION – The warmer fall weather has greatly helped Texas cotton in the Rolling Plains and High Plains areas catch up on maturity, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist.  More...