2020-09-29 E-Edition

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Bison Quarterback Brett Hoffman honored by Ford Motor Company

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Ford Motor Company and your Texas Ford Dealers are proud to announce the winners of the 2020 Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Week trophy for week four. Among these winners is Buffalo’s Brett Hoffman. These outstanding athletes are honored for their performance on the field and their leadership off the field. Each week of the […]

Flo Fire dissolves, splits proceeds to Oakwood and Buffalo 92/39

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On Tuesday, September 23, 2020 the former Fire Chief Ron Hyde presented two checks each to representatives of the Buffalo and Oakwood fire departments. One check to each department represented half of $7000 that Flo Fire had received from the ESD according to Hyde, or $3500 to each department. The second check represented a division of the remaining assets of […]

Federal Railway Administration Record of Decision and Regulatory may not have meaning suggested by Texas Central press releases

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Jewett, TX – The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has released a pre-publication of its final Rule of Particular Applicability (RPA) and Record of Decision (ROD) today, Monday, September 21, 2020. However, the final RPA and ROD have not been published in the Federal Register. The final RPA and ROD, one of many remaining milestones within the overall regulatory process––including the […]

Texas Central uses option contract land as collateral for $300 million loan from Japanese government

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For years, Texas Central has promoted its “Option Purchase Program,” by which it would offer to purchase all or a portion of a landowner’s property through an “option contract.” In exchange for a 4% down payment of the total purchase price, Texas Central would obtain the right to exercise its option to purchase the property prior to the expiration of […]

How to choose the best seeds, transplants for vegetable gardens

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Whether selecting seeds to plant in your vegetable garden or picking out perfect, healthy transplants, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulture experts can offer all the information you need to be well on your way to a bountiful harvest. Knowing what vegetables will flourish in your area is key to a successful garden. AgriLife Extension agents throughout the state can […]

How to get your kids to eat dark leafy greens

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There’s a reason you hear so much about eating dark leafy greens. Vegetables such as kale, chard, collard greens, arugula and spinach are bursting with nourishing health benefits. However, many kids turn up their noses and are reluctant to eat them. The Nutritional Benefits of Greens The USDA’s My- Plate specifically recommends adults and children over 9 years old eat […]

Mac Shadix

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Tips, Touts, Kudos, and Keto

We are marching right along into fall with theses lovely crisp fall mornings. It is a great time of year with four of most people’s favorite holidays occurring within the next ninety days or so. It is also the silly season. Politics is upon us. I reread ‘1984’ George Orwells famous polemic against British socialism this week. I had forgotten […]

Trent Ashby

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District 57 House of Representatives

As leaves change and temperatures drop, we celebrate the coming of a new season. Though this time of year may seem out of the ordinary without bustling community events and familiar fall festivals, the autumn season brings a beautiful change of scenery that invites us to spend more time outdoors. Whether raking leaves in the front yard, taking an evening […]