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January 26, 2016  RSS feed
The Texas Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved route for the Cross Texas Transmission (CTT) Limestone to Gibbons Creek transmission line project line has been announced (See map of the route on page 2.) and CTT held landowner meetings on Monday night January 18th in Iola and on Tuesday January 19th in Jewett to inform landowners how the project would go forward.  More...

For some time the Flo Community Water Board has discussed long range plans which include a loan from the USDA, providing funds for additional growth. Before lenders at USDA will proceed with a commitment, Flo Water has been asked to provide a list of projects determined to be most essential.  More...

Park Ranger Wesley Hamilton provided a report on Ft. Boggy State Park at the Annual Meeting. Dan Clute has been hired as Assistant Park Ranger and Brandon Taylor will fill the slot of Ranger #3. Hamilton is hoping to have a full staff by the first of February after an individual is brought on board to man the gate.  More...
Mr. Johnny Lee Lemons, Jr., age 92, of Centerville, Texas passed away on Thursday afternoon at his residence. Funeral services for Mr. Lemons were held at 2 PM, Saturday, January 23rd at Walters Funeral Home in Centerville. Wayne Bell officiated. Burial was in the North Creek Cemetery. A visitation was held Friday, January 22, 2016 from 5 PM until 8 PM at the funeral home.  More...
The Buffalo Bison defeated Elkhart and Leon to stay in the thick of the playoff hunt. On January 19th the Bison hit the road to Elkhart and came through with a 75-51 win. The Bison started hot and opened up a 21-10 lead against the Elks in the 1st quarter and increased that to 18 points at half time as they were ahead 40- 22. More...
COLLEGE STATION – A further strengthening of the current El Niño will likely mean wetter-than-normal conditions continue into spring, according to Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, state climatologist and Regents Professor at Texas A&M University, College Station.  More...