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Copyright 2014

The Flatonia Argus

Fayette County’s Oldest Newspaper – Established 1875

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Isaiah 53:7 (NIV)

He was oppressed and afflicted, yet he did not open his mouth; he was led like a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is silent, so he did not open his mouth.


John 3:18 (NIV)

Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because he has not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son.


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  1. Czhilispiel Court won Wrangler best overall award at the Smithville Jamboree parade

  2. Schutz descendants donated a World War I family heirloom to the E.A. Arnim Museum

  3. Flatonia Methodist pastor Hefner was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club meeting

  4. FFA floriculture (1st at area) & nursery landscape (5th at area) teams advance to state

  5. Flatonia High winners listed, participants pictured for district UIL academic meet

  6. Flatonia High’s one-act play, “Victoria at 18,” placed 3rd in the north zone competition

  7. FHS Journalism Club column tells about elementary school’s upcoming field trips

  8. Legion Ladies Auxiliary donated to Celebration House and  Flatonia Fire & Rescue

  9. Czech Heritage Society to hold spring state meeting on April 26 at Flatonia Legion Hall

  10. and more

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Report from Sheriff- Leads sought

in rash of thefts in Flatonia area.

Stolen vehicle was recovered after

pursuit near Flatonia on April 7.

La Grange woman was arrested for

heroin during search for stolen items.

Softball –  Lady Dogs ended their season with a loss to Weimar & win over Louise. The six Lady Dog seniors were all members of the 2012 state champion team.

Baseball – Bulldogs

edged Weimar 4-3

and beat Louise 10-0.

ALSO, district scores,

standings, schedule.

Track – Bulldogs were runners-up at

the area meet;

13 Bulldogs &

6 Lady Dogs qualified for regional.

Ceremony symbolically leveling the cornerstone at the new police/fire station was held. See this week’s issue for more photos.

Police Report - Info given on 9 cases handled during March.


ALSO: Courthouse Report.

Two of

the many people

who

enjoyed Crawfest.

Golf – Three Bulldogs competed at district and Lady Dog golfer Harden qualified for regional.

Alumni baseball game

team photo & action shots!

Easter egg hunt was held at Oak Manor on April 12.

Human trafficker was pursued on backroads near Freyburg early Thurs., April 10 & crashed in a ravine.