Leon County heroes help distressed Texas Coast area



Last week several young cowboys and cowgirls from Leon and Liberty Counties helped rescue over 100 cattle in Cleveland and Kenefick, Texas. They rode horse- back through waters as high as 4 feet deep to rescue these cattle and drive them to dry land a half mile away. The group was forced to return due to the risks of possibly […]

Representative Ashby contacts State Health Department about volunteers feeding evacuees



With a mind blowing act of situational unawareness a Texas Dept. of State Health Services TDSHS inspector shut down a community effort to feed refugees from hurricane Harvey on Thursday night at the Hampton Inn in Buffalo Tx. The volunteers led by Trey Daniel of Marquez, Texas had fed the refugees for free in the Hampton Inn’s great room on […]

The story of a tackling dummy named Vault



Around the first of April, 2017 the Bison coaching staff watched a video about a remote-control blocking dummy. After watching, it was mentioned that it would be great to have one to reduce the chance of injury of two players slamming into each other during practice. The Buffalo Athletic Booster Club decided to take on the project of finding funding […]

Leon County continues to help with Coastal disaster situation



Pastor Tuffy Loftin prayed to open the Leon County Commissioners Court on August 30, 2017. Following the pledges the Judge Byron Ryder made several announcements concerning the flooding and devastation in and around Houston. First Methodist Church Centerville is the Red Cross donation drop off and needs tarps, cots, air mattresses and personal items. Jewett Chamber of Commerce is feeding […]

Hurricane Harvey – True Colors



The term True Colors can mean several things. It is a popular singing group, it is the name of a song, it is also the name of a conservative opinion news post. But where did the term begin? Years ago, color came from plant sources and when synthetic dyes came of the market, most of them were of inferior quality. […]

Belles begin the 60th Anniversary Line and spotlight former Belle



Until the 60th Reunion takes place on October 20th and 21st, Belle sponsor Amanda Harter will recognize former bells. This week the spotlight is on Karey Gordon Reeder. Karey Gordon Reeder is the daughter of Frank and Connie Gordon of Buffalo. Karey was a Bison Belle from 1988- 1991 under the direction of Dana Morris. She served as a line […]

Flo Community Baptist Church to hold revival



The Flo Community Baptist Church is holding a revival September 11 – 15. It is being called Times of Refreshing Sept. Meeting. The guest speaker will be Evangelist Mark Thrift and the worship in music will be by Living Proof, from Emanuel Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Texas. The meeting will begin at 7 pm each night and refreshments will follow […]

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The large mud puddle in the foreground tells you why construction on the Casey Ag. facility has been lagging. However, BISD Superintendent Lacy Freeman says that it is not falling behind. As the blue skies portend good weather work on the plumbing and electrical will proceed. Updates will be posted. SORRY! A SUBSCRIPTION IS REQUIRED! You must be an active […]

Lions Club to collect for “White Cane Day”



In conjunction with Buffalo Stampede, the Buffalo Lions Club will again be on hand to ask for your help in the “White Cane Day” celebration. As a gesture of kindness, the Buffalo Lions Club collects donations on this day to aid the visually impaired members of our society. The Lions Club members will be mingling with the crowds at the […]

Trent Ashby

District 57 House of Representatives

Under normal circumstances, the month of September brings routine and predictability back into our lives. As we return home from family vacations, summer camps, and conferences, we welcome back a new school year, cooler temperatures, and annual fall festivities. This year, however, we find ourselves to be under anything but normal circumstances, as just a short time ago Hurricane Harvey […]