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The Flatonia Argus

Fayette County’s Oldest Newspaper still in circulation – Established 1877

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2 Chronicles 16:9a (NIV)

“For the eyes of the LORD range throughout the earth to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him.”

Matthew 24:12-13 (NIV)

Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold, but he who stands firm to the end will be saved.

  1. Journalism Club News: FISD band member Steinhauser will compete at state on trumpet

  2. Council took care of city business items at a 20-minute regular meeting on Jan. 10

  3. Courthouse Report: Criminal and civil cases filed and disposed in 155th District Court

  4. Letter to the Editor: Fayette County Tourism Assn. disappointed in Rep. Schubert

  5. Flatonia’s sales tax allocation for January 2017 was up 36.23% compared to January 2016

  6. City Manager McLaughlin spoke to the Lions; Moreno, Guerrero  were the featured students

  7. Satterwhite was the speaker at the Rotary meeting; Betak was welcomed as a new member

  8. Board members named, Supt. Mikulenka comments on School Board Recognition Month

  9. Livestock barn on the Fairgrounds-La Grange to be dedicated to Emily Fritsch on Jan. 22

  10. Turtle Wing Toast will be held Jan. 26 in Schulenburg, with Nathan Pustka as special guest

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Flatonia, TX 78941

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Charles Zapalac for
Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace

Bulldogs defeated 4A

Caldwell Jan. 9 and opened

district with a 50-30 win

over Ganado on Jan. 13.

Lady Dogs lost by 6

points to Louise on Jan. 10

and 5 points Ganado on

Jan. 13 in district contests.

Sheriff Reports - Cocaine

and synthetic marijuana

were seized during two

traffic stops on I-10.

Flatonia Fire & Rescue

put out to a car fire on

I-10 Saturday night.

New police

chief was

selected by City

Council at special

meeting on Mon.


Color photos of grand &

reserve champions & buyers

and buckle/banner sponsors

with the  champions and the

showmanship winners.

Fayette 4-H horse

judgers were 2nd

at the National

Western Roundup.

Victoria Advocate

all-area football

team includes

Flatonia players.

FF&R assisted at an

accident involving a

vehicle that left Hwy.

90 and jumped the

railroad tracks Jan. 13.

Police Report - Lt.

Rudloff reports on

13 cases in Dec.;

arrests, citations.


signed a

letter of

intent to



at TLU.