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April 5, 2016  RSS feed
Prom King and Queen Logan Freeman and Allison Grissett. More photos on page 12. Photo by Lela Patterson More...

Leon County Commissioners Court held its regular meeting on March 30, 2016 with all in attendance except Leon County Judge Byron Ryder. Commissioner Joey Sullivan presided. Following opening ceremonies TDPS Sergeant Eric Gray told the Court that plans to replace the building at the I45 weigh station is progressing.  More...

Editors note; When Mr. Ditta came into the office on Friday he was clearly suffering from the loss of his pets. The animals mean much more to him than pets. After we received their letter to the Buffalo Press, we realized that they had told the story of Rubie and Gracie much better than anyone else could so here are their letter. More...
Funeral services for Ruby Hoffman, 79, of Buffalo, and formerly of Waco, were held at 2 P.M., Thursday, March 31, 2016 at the Walters’ Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas. Ray Grissett officiated the service and interment followed in the Buffalo Cemetery.  More...
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 991 will hold its regular scheduled meeting on April 12th 2016 at our meeting hall at 927 Gardner Drive in Palestine Texas. This will be our annual election meeting where next year’s slate of officers will be elected. Our meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome.  More...
Still having trouble finding something that inspires me to cook or write. Maybe it is the time of year, who knows. Last week I dragged out an old Better Homes and Gardens cookbook, which happens to be the newest I purchased, and used a recipe from it. More...
Several girls and boys placed in the top 6 at the Leon Invitational Track Meet on March 24th. The girls placing in the top 6 were: K.  More...
COLLEGE STATION — If Texans were to suddenly begin consuming recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables, there wouldn’t be enough produce to go around. That’s the conclusion of a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert who said the state has started looking into how to close that potential gap.  More...