Login Profile Get News Updates
For local news delivered via email enter address here:
PDF of Print Edition Mobile Tablet

General

Worship Directory

Business Directory

Classifieds

Real Estate
January 3, 2017  RSS feed
A series of small, destructive storms that appeared to be tornados touched down in the Flo, Corinth, and Smiths Crossing communities of Leon County and did property damage around dawn Monday morning.  More...

December 29, 2016 (KANSAS CITY, Mo.) – Bob and Teresa Nix, owner/ brokers of Crossroads of Texas Real Estate, recently joined forces with United Country Real Estate to expand their office offerings in Leon, Limestone and Freestone Counites. More...

Roger Graham, 76 years, of Centerville, and formerly of Louisiana and Florida, passed away on December 23, 2016 in Bryan, Texas following a lengthy illness. A memorial service is planned for a later date. More...
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 991 will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 10th 2017 at our meeting hall at 927 Gardner Drive in Palestine Texas. Our meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome.   More...
While Sherry Matney is recovering from cooking for her children, their spouses, her grandchildren, their spouses, and her great grandchildren during the recent holidays and refuses to think about or write about food, Buffalo Press Publisher Mac Shadix is stepping in to write Cooking Country. More...
Eighteen teams from the Buffalo area competed in the annual Christmas Shootout for boys on December 28- 30. Teams from Elkhart, Iola, CHSM, New Waverly, North Zulch, Leon, Groesbeck, Crawford, Cleveland, Gateway Prep, Corum Deo Academy, Lovelady, Meridan, Splendora, Roeshile Christian, Moulton, Alvarado and Buffalo competed in the tournament. More...
Sale Date: 12-17-16 Head Count: 2494 Last Week: 1434 Sellers: 264 Buyers: 86 Cutter Cows......................50-61 Fat Cows...........................47-60 More...
OVERTON – Winter months provide few growing options for gardeners but plenty of opportunities to stay busy, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. January is a time to protect existing gardens and prepare for future planting, said Dr. Joe Masabni, AgriLife Extension small-acreage vege- table specialist, Overton. More...