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October 11, 2016  RSS feed
Imagine sitting in your stand on opening morning trying to stay awake and warm when suddenly as the sun appears through the pines out steps the largest deer you have ever seen. Your heart jumps in your throat and beads of sweat form on your brow. You can't believe your luck.  More...

Buffalo ISD Superintendent, Lacy Freeman testified before the Texas House, Joint Committee of Appropriations and Public Education on September 28th in Austin, Texas. The hearing was held to gather input for the 85th Legislative Session that will take place this coming spring. Mr.  More...

Hattie Barnes, was welcomed into the world by her parents, Edgar Eugene Barnes and Rilly Ann “Modie” Locke Barnes, on January 2, 1886. She was the second of three daughters and the fifth child of the Barnes’ six children. Hattie grew up in a modest home not far from what was the International--Great Northern Railroad (today’s Union Pacific rail line near Farm Road 39). More...
Dorothy Virginia Williams Frison was born April 8, 1941 in Hamilton, Montana. She lived all of her early life in Cody, Wyoming and was the second oldest of five children to Cliff and Clytie Williams. She died in Bryan, TX in St. Joseph Hospital on October 4, 2016. She is survived by her husband, Bill Frison, as well as a sister, Carol Cherry and her husband, Bob, of Cody, Wyo.  More...
District 57 House of Representatives
Representative Ashby announces start of the 2016-2017 High School Aerospace Scholars program   More...
The Lady Bison had a rough week as they dropped a match to Teague 12-25, 13-25 and 10-25 on October 4th and hosted Westwood on October 7th and lost in 4 sets 25-23, 14-25, 15-25 and 20-25. Teague has a strong team with many seniors and will probably finish second in the district behind the Leon Lady Cougars.  More...
Sale Date: 10-8-16 Head Count: 1492 Last Week: 1528 Sellers: 207 Buyers: 68 Cutter Cows......................52-63 Fat Cows...........................50-59 More...
COLLEGE STATION – Beef cattle prices will likely continue to decline as a result of herd expansion by producers and other market conditions, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economist in College Station. Dr. David Anderson said he expects the longterm trend of lower cattle prices to continue into 2017. More...