This little cutey expresses her joy at discovering the pile of snow (ice) at the Centerville Christmas celebration and parade Friday night December 7th. More photos of the lighted parade on page 2. SORRY! A SUBSCRIPTION IS REQUIRED! You must be an active subscriber to access this content! Please Login below or Subscribe! Username Password Remember Me Forgot […]
The Leon County Commissioners Court met on Monday. Three times. The first meeting was the normal meeting at nine a.m. in the county auditors meeting room. The second was the regular called meeting in the Annex 1 courtroom. The third was a special called meeting in the Annex 1 Grand Room that took place immediately following the regular meeting in […]
The City of Buffalo held an open house at their new offices on Friday. The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce picked the month to honor the city as organization of the month. Pictured are Rita Baty, Stacey McCeig, Julie Uptmor, Little Miss Emry Jones, Jerrod Jones, Sue Pitman, Samantha Jones, Phillip Bounds, Glenn Hightower, Mayor Royce Dawkins, Carolyn Dawkins, Donna Williams, […]
Local Buffalo resident Paul Matney, son Russ Matney and a friend of Russ’s, Scott Musselwhite, had a successful Elk hunt in Arizona as Russ and Scott each bagged a bull elk. Russ and Scott were lucky to be drawn for the hunt. In Hunting Unit 22 in Arizona only 475 tags were drawn from a total of 2,100 entries and […]
First Baptist Church Buffalo presented “The Bethlehem Experience” for the third year. Some of the outside activities were moved inside due to inclement weather but those who came were touched by the experience. SORRY! A SUBSCRIPTION IS REQUIRED! You must be an active subscriber to access this content! Please Login below or Subscribe!
The Centerville Chamber of Commerce pulled of a first this year with a lighted Christmas parade on the square in Centerville. The weather was frigid with a strong North wind blowing and intermittent light showers. There were a number of booths set up to sell food and other things and the Chapel of the Hills was giving away items and […]
As I sit here tonight wondering what to write. This week has had its ups and downs and what seemed at times all around. It feels like only yesterday I wrote the last column. However that is not the case. So much has happened. Good, bad and indifferent. The high lights of my last week have been the precious moments […]
As our nation mourns the passing of President George H. W. Bush, we reflect on his steadfast devotion to his faith, family, and country. In this time of increased political divisiveness, the legacy of our nation’s 41st President serves as a timely reminder of an era when we were able put aside our differences to serve the greater good. Though […]