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Buffalo City Council rejects bids for solid waste collection and disposal

Buffalo Mayor Royce Dawkins moved past department reports, department reports, consent items and old business directly to item number one on the agenda at the February 25th meeting of the Buffalo City Council. That item called for the council to consider bids for solid waste collection and disposal. The representatives of three companies were present for the opening of the […]

Lower tax refunds are keeping money in your hands all year

February 20, 2019 The size of your tax refund has nothing to do with your overall tax bill. It merely reflects what you overpaid the IRS in your paychecks last year. When Republicans transformed America’s broken tax code for the first time in three decades, then-Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi famously predicted “this is Armageddon” for the nation’s economy. Barely a […]

Can Texas lawmakers end daylight saving time this session?

Life can seem pretty dull for Texans who leave work at 5 p.m. to see the sun has already started to set. They get home, wanting to play soccer or football with their kids on a Monday evening, but it’s just too dark out — so they push outdoor plans to the weekend. That’s why so many look forward to […]


Citizens State Bank, Centerville made a donation to the Leon County Go- Texan Committee. Pictured from Left to right: Amy Smith, Scott Pistone, George Holleman and Debra Foley. SORRY! A SUBSCRIPTION IS REQUIRED! You must be an active subscriber to access this content! Please Login below or Subscribe!

AARP celebrates birthdays, anniversaries with entertainment by Richard Dalgren

The Buffalo AARP Chapter held its monthly meeting at the Buffalo Civic Center on Tuesday, February 19, 2019. The group celebrated the February birthday of Verleene (Sis) Eagans and the 45th anniversary of Wanda and Travis Crowder. Sis was a little under the weather and wasn’t in attendance. After lunch the group was entertained by Richard Dahlgren. Richard played his […]

Storm Spotter Training Program scheduled for Monday March 4th

The National Weather Service will soon be in town for a free severe weather training session. 2018 brought a variety of severe weather; including hail up to 3 inches in diameter in the spring and summer months and flash flooding in the fall months. The 2019 severe weather season is not too far away, and the National Weather Service and […]

“Courage, Charm, Character” book review

A beautiful DAR Book, “Courage, Charm, Character”, The Story of First Ladies of Texas and the Historic Gown Collection at Texas Woman’s University, was reviewed by member Patricia Ferguson and enjoyed by the members of Colonel George Dashiell Chapter, The book was the project of TXDAR Honorary State Regent Judy Ostler, and the Introduction was by Historian Martha Hartzog. Each […]

Trent Ashby

District 57 House of Representatives

As we approach the 183rd Texas Independence Day on March 2nd, it’s important to take a moment to appreciate how fortunate we are to live in a state that cherishes the values and beliefs we all hold dear. I recently had the pleasure of joining with hundreds of my fellow legislators, and many others, for our annual Texas Prayer Breakfast […]

Cooking Country

This week we are moving on up from the 40’s to the Fabulous 50’s in our Better Homes and Gardens recipe book. Post-World War II, Interstates are built, cars become really cool. Drive in theaters and drive-in restaurants are an everyday part of our lives. Girls wear petticoats and ponytails while boys wear baggy jeans and ducktails. Both wear penny […]