Saturday, February 13, 2016

Court with Judge Ridley

The Honorable District Judge Hal Ridley held court Monday, February 1st, over a long docket in Centerville. Representing the state were Leon District Attorney Hope Knight and Assistant District Attorney Caleb Henson.

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Cleveland Signs with A&M Commece

SIGNING DAY -- On Wednesday, February 3rd, BHS Senior Cole Cleveland signs to play football with the Texas A&M Commerce Lions. Also pictured are BHS Coach JJ Guidry, BHS Head Football Coach Gary Grubbs, BHS Coach Robert Rubel, and BHS Coach Bryan Pauler.

BHS Senior Cole Cleveland signed his letter of intent to play football with the Texas A&M Commerce Lions on February 3rd.

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UIL Announces Realignments

CX DEBATE -- Kendall Morales and Evan Grisham took third place and Andrea Garcia and Mackey Morales took 4th place at the District CX Debate Meet held last Monday, February 1st, at FBC in Buffalo. Grisham also took top speaker.

The 2016-2018 UIL realignments were announced this past Monday, February 1st, and the Buffalo Bison find themselves with some new competition.

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Wade Bowen Coming to Leon County April 2nd

Wade Bowen

Wade Bowen is coming to Leon County on Saturday, April 2nd to perform at the Leon County Expo Center.

Wade Bowen is an American Texas Country/Red Dirt singer from Waco, Texas. Some of his top hits include “If We Ever Make It Home” and “God Bless This Town”.

Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased online, at the gate, or before the concert from those listed at the end of this article. Kids 12 and under are free.

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LCRTA Give the Gift of Reading

READING -- Oakwood Elementary Librarian, Leslie Mccann, receives books from Carol Ball, LCRTA First Vice-President, with memebers of Vicky Lipsey’s Kindergarten class displaying some of the books.

Leon County Retired Teachers Association (LCRTA) presented 262 books to the Oakwood Elementary Library. LCRTA is part of the Texas Retired Teachers Association’s (TRTA) plan that promotes children’s reading. As lifelong educators, LCRTA encourages children to read. Reading fosters knowledge and opens up the imagination.

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