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July 19, 2016  RSS feed
The Buffalo Economic Development and Tourism Corporation (BEDC) held its Annual meeting on July 13, 2016 at the Parthena Building at 1400 West Commerce that houses their offices. More...

The Buffalo Independent School District Board held a rather long Regular Meeting on July 18 with all current members present. The meeting began at 6:00 p.m. and at 7:05 Board members went into closed session to discuss contracts for teachers and stipend packages for faculty members. More...

“I didn’t know that alligators could fly”
Editors note; While the news is a little slow for the summer, The Buffalo Press is going to provide some serialized short stories for our readers. The Ole Cowboy--An Alligator Tale is the second Ole Cowboy Story in the Press. If you missed it you can still read it on your computer or smart phone at wwwlleoncountytoday. More...
Funeral services for James Brewer, 25, of Oakwood, were held at 4 P.M., Friday, June 15, 2016 at the Walters’ Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas. Oscar Henson officiated the service.  More...
The Lone Star Community Center will host an auction to raise funds, for general expenses and to help replace the gym roof, on July 23 at 6:00 p.m. Items to be auctioned will be available to view at 5:00 p.m. A lunch will be served. At this point there are several farm implement items and many pieces of furniture to be auctioned. Mark your calendars.  More...
We are a bitterly divided nation. With yet more unconscionable police shootings here at home, and brutal terrorist attacks occurring almost daily throughout the world, America needs real leadership at all levels. We know our country is on the wrong track. Yet we also know in our communities, in our neighborhoods and in our families, that America has so much more potential than this. More...
COLLEGE STATION — Crape myrtles have been one of the most popular ornamental plants in the U.S. since they were introduced around 1790 by the French botanist Andre Michaux, said Dr. Bill Welch, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service landscape horticulturist in College Station. More...
CORPUS CHRISTI – Texas cattle and livestock are starting to feel the heat as summer temperatures climb past 100 degrees. Dr. Joe Paschal, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service livestock specialist in Corpus Christi, said livestock are entering a “summer slump,” where weight gains and body condition scores can dip as animals avoid the heat. More...