C’ville Lady Tigers trip up New Waverly to stay in 3-way tie for district title



The Centerville Lady Tigers remained tied for first in District 21-2AA by defeating New Waverly 12-2 in Centerville on April 14th. The April 17th game against Camden-Corrigan was rained out and rescheduled for Monday, April 20. The Tigers scored a single run in the bottom of the first inning. Tiger pitcher Becca Smith struck out the side in the top […]

Jr Varsity Bison fall to C-C



The absence of lights at the Bison baseball facility limits the number of outings which the junior varsity team gets in, but the younger Bison did see action on Friday when they travelled to Corrigan- Camden. Calvin Young scored the Bison’s only run, coming in on an overthrown ball. Kyle Roark, Taylor McGill and Austin Courmier shared the pitchin duties. […]

Hilltop Lakes Golf



Hilltop Lakes golfers enjoyed several tournaments last week. In the mens Four-Man Scramble the first place team – with a score of 63 – was Ron Gibson, Billy Rowe, Dale Recknor, and Bill Fathke. Close on their heels in second place with a score of 64 was the team of Doug Sassman, Wayne Brougher, Terry Hinton, and Dub Taylor. In […]

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Bison baseball team steps up to the plate



The young Bison baseball team continues to improve, and this week gave two strong teams a run for their money. TRINITY The Trinity Tigers have runruled most of their opponents, with the exception of New Waverly, but BHS jumped out to a one-run early lead and held it for several innings. In the bottom of the third, the Bison gave […]

Lady Bison Survive Corrigan-Camden to stay tied for top spot in District 21AA



The 2009 softball season has been a tight race in District 21AA, and the outcome is coming down to the final week of play. On Tuesday Corrigan-Camden gave a last-inning rally, but Buffalo held on for a two-run win over the Lady Bulldogs to drop Corrigan-Camden back one game in the district race. Friday’s games were rained out, so Buffalo […]

Lone Ranger and Tonto ride again



The Texas State Railroad will host The Lone Ranger and Tonto on April 25 and 26 and June 13. The ride lasts approximately one hour, and trains depart at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 2:30 p.m. Regular seating on the train costs $19 for children and $34 for adults. Climate controlled seating is $23 for children and $38 for adults. […]

America has Resources and Ingenuity for Energy Independence



Over the past year, we have seen gas prices spike to record levels followed by the deepest economic downturn in a generation. These events illustrate how our energy priorities and economic challenges are tightly intertwined. A national strategy to achieve American energy independence is long overdue. As both sides of the aisle come together to create a plan to wean […]

Two prospects for Chief of Police attend Oakwood City Council



The Oakwood City Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at the Oakwood City Hall. Present were Mayor Vicki Stroud, David Neel, Barry Olive and Mike Heck- athorn. Dorothy Bell and Bobbye Bullock were absent. Although not the first item discussed, on the top of everyone’s mind was the vacancy left by Police Chief Oly Ivy when […]

Jewett’s 10th annual Home and Garden Show a success dispite bad weather



Despite tornados and torrential rains citizens braved the weather to participate in the 10th Annual Jewett Area Chamber of Commerce Home and Garden Show. With Saturday morning beginning with a tornado sighting in Marquez the planners of the event were afraid attendance might be a little iffy. But as the rains passed through the Jewett Community Center began to fill […]