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April 18, 2017  RSS feed
This blue car rear ended a Ford F-150 on US Highway 79 just West of Buffalo on Thursday, April 13 about 4pm. The driver of the pickup was transported to the hospital with injuries that did not appear to be serious. The 18 year driver of the car was taken for medical care by her family. Photo by Greg Smith   More...

The Leon County Expo Center was filled with anxious buyers who were generous as they purchased the exhibitor’s show projects. The 2017 premium sale netted a total of $424,625. $397,550 from the premium sale and $27,075 in verbal add-ons. More...

The Leon County Retired Teachers Association met at Centerville Municipal Building at 12:00 on Wednesday, March 22. Dorothy Bottoms represented the March host and hostesses with Al Campbell and Charlcie Casey unable to attend.  More...
James Floyd Lester Jr., 83, of Temple, Texas, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, April 4, in Temple. He was born in Dallas, Texas on May 1, 1933 to James Floyd Lester Sr. and Dorothy Lee Lester.  More...
Friends of Fort Boggy 2nd Quarterly Meeting will be held on April 24, 2017 at 6:00 P.M. at Saint Leo’s Catholic Church. Everyone is encouraged to attend and learn about the exciting things that are happening at Fort Boggy State Park. For more information contact Betty Heffler at (903) 322-3478.   More...
District 57 House of Representatives
He is risen! With the Easter season upon us, I'm reminded of how fortunate we are to live in a state where your Legislature begins every day with a prayer. With all the hustle and bustle that surrounds the Capitol this time of year, it is so helpful to come to the Lord in reverence each day to implore his wisdom and guidance as we make tough decisions about the future of our state.  More...
Teams from Buffalo and Leon competed in the 18-3A district track meet at Westwood High School on Wednesday, April 12. For the boys, Malakoff, with 140 points, was the District champion team by one point over Teague. Elkhart’s girls ran away with the team title, followed by Malakoff.  More...
Sale Date: 4-15-17 Head Count: 739 Last Week: 1107 Sellers: 124 Buyers: 64 Cutter Cows......................66-76 Fat Cows...........................58-70 More...
Too few chill hours could affect Texas fruit crop
FREDERICKSBURG – Warm winter weather could mean too few chill hours for much of the state’s fruit production areas, said Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. More...