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Copyright 2017

The Flatonia Argus

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

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Ezra 9:8 (NIV)

“But now, for a brief moment, the LORD our God has been gracious in leaving us a remnant and giving us a firm place in his sanctuary, and so our God gives light to our eyes and a little relief in our bondage.”

Romans 11:5, 6 & 29 (NIV)

So too, at the present time there is a remnant chosen by grace. And if by grace, then it is no longer by works; if it were, grace would no longer be grace… for God’s gifts and his call are irrevocable.

  1. In district court, 3 criminal cases filed, 12 disposed; 10 civil cases filed, 12 disposed

  2. Political Announcement – James Rhodes is a Republican candidate for County Judge

  3. Flatonia’s sales tax allocation for Nov. 2017 was up 4.02% compared to Nov. 2016

  4. City of Flatonia will test its new emergency siren system on Nov. 17 starting at 11:30 a.m.

  5. 4th Degree KC members served as an honor guard at Praha Veterans Day Services

  6. Legion Auxiliary voted to make a donation to the Temple Veterans Hospital for Christmas

  7. Elementary, Secondary honor roll & perfect attendance students for 2nd six weeks listed

  8. FISD News: Supt. talks about Thanksgiving, veterans program, athletics and academics

  9. FISD is accepting referrals for Gifted/Talented services for the 2017-18 school year

  10. Dedication event for the Flatonia Commercial Historic District’s national listing set Nov. 18

  11. Olde Town TeaRoom will open for business on Nov. 21 at 103 E. North Main in Flatonia

  12. and more!

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212 S. Penn Ave.

Flatonia, TX 78941

Phone 361-865-3510

Fax 361-865-2455



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Charles Zapalac for
Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace

Lady Dogs

edged Sacred

Heart to open

basketball play.


beat Charlotte

and face Bruni

this Thursday

in bi-district.

Noak got deferred

adjudication in district

court with 4 years community

supervision for theft of a

firearm by a public servant.

JH Dogs

ended their season against

Cuero at home.

Sheriff Reports: Ellinger station

had a glass door broken & cash

register taken. Vehicle reported

in an Amber Alert was located

at the rest area near Flatonia.

Police Chief Perry Kram reports:

FHS homecoming

king and queen.

Two suspects

broke the front window, entered Wildcat Express in Flatonia and took

two cash registers.

Veterans Day program was held at FISD on Nov. 10.

Dodge pickup and

Jeep Liberty were

involved in a

mishap at FM 609.

Flatonia police and fire department personnel were

honored prior to Friday’s football game.

On I-10 access

road, trailer

disconnected &

tilted at 45˚ angle.

Lady Dogs

made volleyball

all-district lists.

James was named Co-

Newcomer of the Year.

JV Lady

Dogs played

Sacred Heart.


Bulldog & Lady Dog varsity, JV and

jr. high with sponsor ads and photos!