Two dead, six injured in no passing zone crash

When a 17-year-old driver attempted to pass in a no-passing zone on U.S. 84 East of Fairfield two people in an oncoming vehicle were killed and five seriously injured. The incident oc- curred when a Cadillac Deville, going towards Fairfield and driven by Joshua Williams, 17, attempted to pass in a no passing zone and collided with a Chevy Cruze […]

Parker Cemetery President resigns

After a special called meeting at Parker Cemetery to accept bids to repair recent storm damage was turned by some of those present to other purposes not previously announced to the public with a vote to use association funds to buy an acre of land to establish a Parker 2 cemetery at another location, Parker Cemetery Association President Marilyn Pate […]

Crime Stoppers offering $500 reward

$500 cash for arrest- Jilverto Yepez aka Gil Lerma, Gilberto Lerma- Yepes, Gilbert Lerma, Gilberto Lerma Yepez. Leon County! We need your help in finding Jilverto Yepez or any of his other aliases, Hispanic male 32 years of age, 5’06” 170 pounds. He is a suspect wanted by the Teague Police Department for Sexual Assault of a Child. He was […]

Leon County tire and electronic pick up collects 48,000 pounds for recycling

The recycling tire pick up and the electronics pick up was a huge success. Leon County resident were able to deliver their old tires and old electronic equipment to Centerville on February 2nd to be picked up and disposed of. The tire recycling has been held for 10 years and the electronic since 2015. Leon County collected 48,000 pounds of […]

Buffalo Lions Club offers vision screening

On, Saturday, February 11 from 9 AM- 2 PM, the Buffalo Lions Club will offer free vision screening for all ages at First Baptist Church, Buffalo. Having your eyes tested is as simple as having your picture taken. The Lions Club uses a hand-held Welch Allyn Spot auto-refraction device which is about the size of a camera. This device is […]

Texas cattle fever ticks are back with a vengeance

COLLEGE STATION– Texas cattle fever ticks, which made Texas longhorns the pariah of the plains in the late 1800s, are once again expanding their range with infestations detected in Live Oak, Willacy and Kleberg counties, said Texas A&M AgriLife experts. As of Feb. 1, more than 500,000 acres in Texas are under various quarantines outside of the permanent quarantine zone. […]

Belles perform at SFA

The Buffalo Bison Belle Drill team made their sponsor proud on Saturday, February 4th, as they traveled to Stephen F. Austin in Nacogdoches, to compete in the school’s dance competition and brought home several awards. The Belles took home an innovative choreography award for the contest Military routine, and an overall 47 of possible 50 points on the Military routine. […]


Porter West, 9, a first year 4-H student prepares an omelet at the Buffalo 4-H Omelet Supper held in the Buffalo HS cafeteria on Friday, February 3 during the Teague games. Proceeds from the event will go towards 4-H scholarships. SORRY! A SUBSCRIPTION IS REQUIRED! You must be an active subscriber to access this content! Please Login below or Subscribe!


This surprise question was given to Jordan Jenkins at the end of the Teague game on Friday, February 3. Her response to the young man is not known. SORRY! A SUBSCRIPTION IS REQUIRED! You must be an active subscriber to access this content! Please Login below or Subscribe!


Rolling Back Obama Regulations

WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed several resolutions to repeal regulations administered during the Obama administration. Congressman Bill Flores (R-Texas) issued the following statement regarding passage of these resolutions: “Over the last eight years, the Obama Administration imposed hundreds of rules and regulations that stymied growth and placed undue burdens on businesses and hardworking Americans. […]