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October 27, 2015  RSS feed
Outlaw road hunters used suppressor to mask wildlife carnage

AUSTIN – A threemonth long outlaw road hunting rampage in Leon County this summer that state game wardens are categorizing as one of the most egregious poaching cases on record in Texas has come to an end with three arrests thus far with more pending. Those arrested thus far included:Daniel Wyatt Pate, age 20, James Hayden Belknap, age 17, and John Edward Persuad, age 19.  More...

This is the ninth year that Leon County Master Gardeners have hosted an event called Pumpkin Patch in Centerville at First Methodist Church. Pumpkins arrive early in October and volunteers begin manning the station to sell the fruit throughout the month, or until the pumpkins are gone.  More...
Graveside services for Mr. David Daniel, Jr., age 81, of Burleson and formerly Buffalo, were held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, October 22, 2015 at the Buffalo Cemetery in Buffalo, Texas.  More...
Davis Chapel Church is having a chili and hotdog lunch, Saturday, November 7, CRD 330, Buffalo, TX. Across from Davis Chapel Church, 10am until. Contact Lula Woodson for more info 903- 322-1557.   More...
District 57 House of Representatives
Like you, I am very grateful for the muchneeded recent rainfall across our region of the state. Further west in Austin, folks remain alert waiting for the Speaker of the House to issue the interim charges, which will direct the various House Committees to study important issues leading into the next session.  More...
The Centerville Tigers are hitting on all cylinders now after having experienced a rough start. The Tigers played a tough pre district schedule playing some State Ranked teams but are rolling in district play. The Tigers celebrated their homecoming with a 60-0 win over West Hardin.  More...
COLLEGE STATION – The forecast of rains for Texas this week will be music to many farmers and ranchers ears, but the coming stormy weather is not the main El Niño event, according to a climatologist.  It’s more like a prelude, said Dr. John Nielsen Gammon, state climatologist and Regents Professor at Texas A&M University, College Station.   More...