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August 22, 2017  RSS feed
“Tax swap” plan in works
Once again the Buffalo Independent School District held a public hearing on taxes and no one cared enough about school taxes to participate. One citizen observer was present, but did not wish to speak. About five minutes after the hearing was opened it was adjourned.  More...

Steve Torno appeared before the Flo Water board during their regular called meeting on August 17 to ask them to issue a letter of intent to take over that portion of the Rodell Water Supply System that the City of Buffalo is not expected to accept. That is basically 35 to 50 meters of the system that lies South of the railroad tracks.  More...

TEMPLE – A crystal ball to see into the future may be every agricultural producers’ dream, and two Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists are integrating a tool to give cattle producers a 90-day glimpse.  More...
Services for Eugene “Gene” Haak age 77 of Palestine were held at 10:00 A.M. Saturday, August 19, 2017 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Rajaian Mathias officiating. Burial followed in St. Joseph’s Cemetery. A rosary was recited at 6:00 P.M. Friday, August 18, 2017 at Bailey & Foster Chapel with visitation following the rosary.  More...
District 57 House of Representatives
As students once again fill the hallways and classrooms of schools across the state, Texas lawmakers are finally making their way home after a laborious month in Austin. I'm pleased to report that the Legislature took action on a number of issues that will positively impact all Texans.  More...
Sale Date: 8-19-17 Head Count: 1775 Last Week: 1717 Sellers: 228 Buyers: 64 Cutter Cows......................60-73 Fat Cows...........................55-68 More...
Texas vineyards poised for banner year
FREDERICKSBURG – Texas vineyards could experience a banner year as wine grape quantity and quality are expected to reach new heights, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. More...