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July 11, 2017  RSS feed
A free fireworks topped off the 4th of July celebration
Nowhere is the patriotic fervor felt by most Texans stronger than it is in Leon County. Never is it expressed stronger than in the annual 4th of July Parade and fireworks show held each year in Centerville. The celebration draws people from all around and results in the largest parade held in Leon County. More...

Last Tuesday we celebrated the birth of this nation with a 241st birthday party. On July 4, 1776 our forefathers declared their independence from England and formed the United States of America.  More...

The Buffalo AARP Chapter held its monthly meeting at the Buffalo Civic Center on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The group celebrated the June birthday of Wanda Crowder and the anniversary of Nettie Haynie and her late husband Ebby, who passed away in 2014.  More...
Ronald Lee Cude was born November 28, 1945 in Houston to Erwin and Vaurine (Simpson) Cude. He worked much of his life as a longshoreman at the Houston Shipyards. He was a proud owner of a 1957 Chevy and enjoyed going to car shows. He could make furniture and especially liked to work with cedar. Mr. Cude also enjoyed fishing and just sitting on the front porch with his wife.  More...
Editors note: During the slow days of summer the Buffalo Press is going to rerun the previously published stories from the old cowboy series. Today we have the conclusion of the first story. “Why did they call him Tommy D. grandpa.” More...
The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports.  ‘Tis Not the Season   More...
Sale Date: 7-8-17 Head Count: 1518 Last Week: 1493 Sellers: 220 Buyers: 68 Cutter Cows......................62-80 Fat Cows...........................58-75 More...
Hail damage across High Plains being evaluated
COLLEGE STATION – Waves of hail storms across the High Plains and South Plains damaged many acres of crops as recently as July 4, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service personnel. More...