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March 21, 2017  RSS feed
According to Flo Volunteer Fire Chief Troy Pate, on March 14, 2017, members of the FVFD and Centerville VFD responded to a call on FM 1511, near the Russell community. By the time the fire departments arrived the mobile home residence of David and Nancy Savage was burned to the ground. More...

Stairway to nowhere. After the removal of the second floor of this building in Old town Buffalo due to concerns about its structural integrity the rickety stairway remains as a dangerous attractant to those who might want to climb them.   More...

Last Saturday was one of those days many Leon County folks long for during the long dark winter months. Well we really didn’t have a long dark winter this year but most of us are still excited about beautiful spring weather.  More...
Gerald McCaskill passed away peacefully on March 18, 2017 in College Station, Texas. He was known for his devotion to his family, friends and his service to the United States and the communities where he lived.  Gerald was born November 4, 1925 to Dan McCaskill and Sallie Tilley McCaskill in Nineveh, TX where he was the youngest of five children.  More...
Lone Star Community Center will hold a community wide garage sale on April 28 and 29. (Friday and Saturday) from 8:00 a.m. both days. Booths will be $20.00 for the two days and there will be a concession. Contact Sherry Matney at 903-322 9420.   More...
The Bison traveled to Jewett for a game against the Leon Cougars and in a well played game the Bison lost 2-4. The Bison had their chances leaving the bases full twice and left 2 on in another inning. With 2 down in the first Jacob Fishbeck with hit by a pitch, Landon Agapiou singled and Mathew Jonas drew a walk but the bases were left loaded on a ground out short to first.  More...
Sale Date: 3-18-17 Head Count: 1260 Last Week: 895 Sellers: 170 Buyers: 61 Cutter Cows......................70-82 Fat Cows...........................65-80 More...
Goat and sheep markets strong amid declining numbers
SAN ANGELO – Despite declining numbers, sheep and goats continue to be in demand and fetch good prices in Texas, said Bill Thompson, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economist, San Angelo.  Texas produces more sheep and goats than any other state, Thompson said. Texas produced more goats than the next 10 U.S. states combined, and the highest number of sheep.  More...