buffaloexpressnews.comFront Page

buffaloexpressnews.com Profile


Title:Front Page

Description:Front Page THE NEWSPAPER WITH A HOMETOWN FEEL HOME ABOUT CONTACT US Welcome! NEWS Front Page Flo Area News District Court Decisions Sports Chamber Member Of The Month Town Talk Obits Hometown Recipe


Discover buffaloexpressnews.com website stats, rating, details and status online. Read and write reviews or vote to improve it ranking. Check alliedvsaxis duplicates with related css, domain relations, most used words, social networks references. Find out where is server located. Use our online tools to find owner and admin contact info. Go to regular site

buffaloexpressnews.com Information

Website / Domain: buffaloexpressnews.com
Website IP Address:
Domain DNS Server: ns1.discountasp.net,ns2.discountasp.net,ns3.discountasp.net

buffaloexpressnews.com Rank

Alexa Rank: 0
existsite Rank: 0
Google Page Rank: 0/10 (Google Pagerank Has Been Closed)

buffaloexpressnews.com Traffic & Earnings

Purchase/Sale Value: $0
Daily Revenue: $0
Monthly Revenue: $0
Yearly Revenue: $0
Daily Unique Visitors: 0
Monthly Unique Visitors: 0
Yearly Unique Visitors: 0

buffaloexpressnews.com Keywords accounting

Keyword Count Percentage

buffaloexpressnews.com WebSite Httpheader

StatusCode 200
Connection close
Cache-Control private
Content-Type text/html; charset=utf-8
Server Microsoft-IIS/7.5
Date Wed, 24 Jan 2018 03:41:46 GMT

buffaloexpressnews.com Traffic Sources Chart

buffaloexpressnews.com Alexa Rank History Chart

buffaloexpressnews.com aleax

buffaloexpressnews.com Html To Plain Text

Front Page THE NEWSPAPER WITH A HOMETOWN FEEL HOME ABOUT CONTACT US Welcome! NEWS Front Page Flo Area News District Court Decisions Sports Chamber Member Of The Month Town Talk Obits Hometown Recipes Sittin' Under The Oak Tree Oil and Gas From the Pen of Louise Cates Family Matters Mitch's Corner Friday, April 07, 2017 It’s That Time Again! Tuesday, April 04, 2017 It seems like just last night that Auctioneer Ed Phillips exclaimed, “Sold” and tapped his gavel on the podium, and the 2016 Leon County Youth Livestock Show came to an end. Now, here we are just a few days away from the start of the 2017 show. No one really realizes just what an event the Leon County Youth Livestock Show has become. With previous sales grossing around $800,000, and Grand Champion steers selling for $50,000 or more, one would almost believe they were lost in time. Time……. Time waits on nothing. As we look back we can clearly see how far the “County Fair” has come. Looking back just since 1976, the fair was held on the Leon County Courthouse Square. By 1979 The fair moved into the “hole” just below the Centerville High School baseball field which became known as the showgrounds. After making the showgrounds the home of the county fair for about 38 years or so, a new home was made available when the County Judge and Commissioners offered the Leon County Youth Livestock Association the newly constructed state-of-the-art facility, The Leon County Expo, as home. The Board of Directors entered into a long-term lease agreement with the County to make the expo the official home of the Leon County Youth Livestock Show. This was a major change for the Association after utilizing the old show grounds for so long. Those grounds were provided by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ward. While it may be easy to forget where you come from, you should never forget how you got where you are. The reputation of the Leon County Youth Livestock Show and Sale is not something that just happen to grow into a really prestigious show. It is because of the support from the community, the county, and the many hours of volunteer work. Many businesses and individuals have contributed to the success of the county fair and it only takes a small incident to remind everyone of the importance of support from within. More → Ezell Sisters Ready for LCYLS Tuesday, April 04, 2017 - Mitchell Pate SISTERS -- Raylie and Kaylin Ezell are all smiles with their halter heifer, Lady. The sisters will be showing at the Leon County Youth Livestock Show this week. Sisters Raylie and Kaylin Ezell are ready for the 2017 Leon County Youth Livestock Show this week at the Leon County Expo Center. Proud parents are Tim and DeAnna Ezell. “It has been a lot of fun and we do it as a family,” DeAnna said on Saturday morning as the family was out working with their animals and projects at their barn. “It’s teamwork,” Kaylin hollered as she was climbing on the fence looking at the animals. Raylie, age 11, is a 6th grader and Kaylin, age 7, is a 1st grader at Dew ISD. Raylie is a member of the Buffalo 4-H. This is Raylie’s third year to show at the Leon County Youth Livestock Show. Her first year, she showed rabbits and last year a steer as she made the sale both years. More → Concert at Leon County Expo Center Tuesday, April 04, 2017 - Mitchell Pate Parthena Moore & Dennis Ivey CONCERT -- Parthena Moore is pictured with Dennis Ivey after his performance at the Leon County Expo Center on Saturday night, April 1st. Asleep at the Wheel also performed. More → Buffalo HS Takes Runner-up in UIL Tuesday, April 04, 2017 Buffalo High School earned the District 18-AAA UIL District Runner-up trophy this past week. When all was said and done, Buffalo is taking 10 students to compete in 15 events at the Regional UIL Meet at Blinn College in Brenham this weekend, April 7th-8th. Advancing to Regionals were Noah Rubel, Sheri Donaldson, Zach White, Evan Grisham, Nadia Garcia, Colby Menefee, Jordan Jenkins, Lilah Adams, Jose Sanchez, and Sonia Dominguez. The Speech Team took 1st place overall. In CX Debate, Evan Grisham and Tate Slaughter 1st, Colby Menefee and Lilah Adams 3rd, and Nadia Garcia and Andrea Garcia 4th Noah Rubel earned 2nd and Taylor Lack 4th in Lincoln Douglas Debate. In Poetry, Sheri Donaldson garnered 2nd and Tana Cleveland 6th. Zach White placed 3rd, Tate Slaughter 4th, and Colby Menefee 6th in Prose. In Persuasive Speaking, Evan Grisham captured 2nd, Nadia Garcia 3rd, and Lilah Adams 4th. Noah Rubel 2nd earned, Andrea Garcia 4th, and Colby Menefee 5th in Informative Speaking. More → District Court with Judge Ridley Tuesday, April 04, 2017 - Susan Wilder Leon County District Court was held Wednesday, March 29th, in Centerville. The Honorable District Judge Hal Ridley presided. Representing the state were Leon County District Attorney Hope Knight and Assistant District Attorney Keith Cook. Timothy Franklin Mosley pled guilty to two charges, Theft of Materials Aluminum / Bronze / Copper / Brass and the Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. Mosley was sentenced to 10 years probation and must pay restitution of $4,500 plus court expenses and fees to Crime Stoppers. Mosley is also required to take an Anger Management Class and complete a Theft Management Program. Mosley must also perform 600 hours of community service. The attorney for Mosley was Michelle LaTray. Amber Lyn Roach pled guilty to a charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance. Roach was in court but is currently being held in the Limestone County Jail. Roach was sentenced to 5 years on a deferred adjudication plan. Roach must also pay a $1,500 fine. The attorney for Roach was Chris Martin. Bob Alan Douthitt of Marquez was in court for a motion to revoke his probation. Douthitt was sentenced to 10 years of probation on August 1, 2016, after pleading guilty to a charge of DWI 3rd or More. In court on Wednesday, Douthitt entered a not guilty plea to the current violation. The attorney for Douthitt is Richard Price. More → Buffalo to Build New City Hall Tuesday, April 04, 2017 - Susan Wilder Members of the Buffalo City Council voted in favor of building a new city hall / visitor center in the near future. The council met for its regularly scheduled meeting Monday, March 27th. All members were present accept Council Member Dianne Ryder. Buffalo Mayor Royce Dawkins presided. After a closed session discussion, the council returned to the public meeting, and a motion was made to enter into a contract with Goodwin, Lasiter, and Strong (GLS) Engineers regarding architectural services for a new city building. Two council members, Glenn Hightower and Dorothy Farmer, voted in favor of the motion. Two council members, Travis Crowder and Martin Housler, voted in opposition. Because it was a tie vote, the mayor voted; the mayor’s “yes” vote meant the motion was approved. Housler and Crowder both said they were happy that the motion was approved. Their reservations which led to their “no” vote concerned the interest that ...

buffaloexpressnews.com Similar Website

Domain WebSite Title
ocnus.net Front Page
guidrynews.com Front Page
westviewnews.org Front Page -
emilybaker.com.au Front Page
livecollarfree.com Front Page
ronwyatt.com front page
zenevieva.co.uk Front Page
doblesworld.net Front Page
cecilbuffington.com FRONT PAGE . . .
littlelakecounty.com Front Page -
coronalighting.com Front Page
goultracars.com FRONT PAGE
unclebarky.com The Front Page
ccprofiles.co.uk Front Page
reent.com Front page
bicycleapparel.com Front Page
nilehi61.com FRONT PAGE
weeklylivestock.com Front Page