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Copyright 2016

The Flatonia Argus

Fayette County’s Oldest Newspaper – Established 1875

Flatonia Argus Nameplate

Psalm 27:3 (NIV)

Though an army besiege me, my heart will not fear; though war break out against me, even then will I be confident.



James 1:12a (NIV)

Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised…

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  1. Journalism Club column: Cafeteria will have positive changes for the 2016-17 school year

  2. Hermann Sons agent representing the Flatonia area was recognized for 2015 production

  3. Steinhauser got a 4-year, $18,000 scholarship from the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

  4. Besetzny, Hudson, Hernandez & Flood were presented the Jerry Weir Scholarship

  5. Stubbs was one of 12 students getting $2,000 scholarships from Colorado Valley

  6. Six Flatonia High seniors were awarded $1,500 scholarships by the Fayette Co. Fair Assn.

  7. Dierschke family is trying to locate all descendants for 150th anniversary reunion in 2017

  8. Muldoon Volunteer Fire Department acknowledges donors to its April picnic fundraiser

  9. Flatonia Public Library will hold an open house June 7 to highlight its automated system

  10. and more

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Bible Verses
Engagement

2016 Winner-

Texas Gulf

Coast Press

Assn.

Flatonia Bulldog Logo

Political
Announcement

Charles Zapalac for
Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace

Bulldogs swept district

rival Shiner in a double-

header on Saturday 7-5, 6-4,

after dropping the first game

on Friday 5-0 in the reg. quarterfinal. In the reg.

semifinals, the Bulldogs face

Johnson City in a best-of-

three series at Concordia.

Memorial Day service set

Sun., May 29 by Legion Post 94.

Scholarship

banquet –

Photos of 43

individual

presentations

to seniors.

Fayette Sheriff’s

Office sergeant was

recognized by the

100 Club as an

Officer of the Year.

Courthouse Report - In county

court, 13 cases filed; sentences

for 19 cases on May 3 docket.

Graduation

PAGES –

•Sr. photos

•Graduation info

•Class colors,

song, etc.

Valedictorian

Salutatorian

Top-ranked FHS

girl & boy received

the Mirabeau Lamar

Award from the Flatonia Masons.

Kruppa was appointed as the

Fayette County elections

administrator, effective June 1.

Wild animals prohibited in

unincorporated areas of Fayette

County by Commissioners Court

order at May 16 special meeting;

Commissioners amended the

order at the May 23 meeting.

Results given and winners

pictured for the 5th annual Jack

Hooper Day at the Ballpark &

Homerun Derby held May 14 at

Schulenburg Sports Complex.