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Copyright 2014

The Flatonia Argus

Fayette County’s Oldest Newspaper – Established 1875

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Hosea 14:9 (NIV)

Who is wise? He will realize these things. Who is discerning? He will understand them. The ways of the LORD are right; the righteous walk in them, but the rebellious stumble in them.


Revelation 22:12-13 (NIV)

As it is written: “See, I lay in Zion a stone that causes men to stumble and a rock that makes them fall, and the one who trusts in him will never be put to shame.”


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  1. Five candidates filed in the Special Election set Dec. 6 for Texas Senator, District 18

  2. Several Flatonia FFA’ers participated in District 4 Leadership Development Events

  3. Flatonia Chamber to hold a ribbon cutting at the Chicken Hut, 306 E. North Main, Dec. 4

  4. Velasquez competed in the progress scramble show for the HLS&R on Nov. 8

  5. Flatonia School District publishes calendar listing activities during December

  6. Six original Round Top Brass Band members reunited at the Round Top Beer Fest

  7. KJZT Society 4, Praha, donated to the Down Syndrome Foundation of South Texas

  8. KJZT Society 4 also presented a donation to Celebration House Food Pantry

  9. Saturn Friendship Club held its annual Thanksgiving meal at Oakridge Restaurant

  10. VVA took two pickups plus a trailer of donated items to the Wounded Warrior center

  11. and more

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Christmas ornament featuring
American Legion Hall
available from Chamber

Courthouse Report -

In district court, 1

criminal case filed, 11

disposed; 4 civil cases

filed, 5 disposed, 4

divorces granted.

Bulldogs

defeated Bartlett

Nov. 18 and 

lost to Marion 

Nov. 21.

Lady Dogs

beat Lexington

Nov. 18 and lost

to Industrial

Nov. 21.

Playoffs - Volleyball state

tourney results/Schulenburg

state champion team members.

Also, football playoff results.

Reports from Sheriff -

Warning given about

IRS payment scam;

drug arrest was made

following a traffic stop

near Schulenburg.

Youth football -

Photos of Flatonia rookie,

JV & varsity all-stars plus

results of all-star games.

‘5 Most Wanted’ launched

by Fayette County Crimestoppers.

See this week’s issue for the list

and more on the new program.

FISD News - Nov. 10

board minutes include

reports, action on property

bids and other items.

Capital Murder indictments returned against

McKenzie, Cunningham by Fayette Grand Jury.

Flatonia FFA

member qualified

for state in senior

creed speaking.

Hwy. 95 was

closed an hour

Nov. 18, with 1 lane

closed 3 hrs, after an

18-wheeler mishap.

Then, an 18-wheeler

overturned on the

Bluff in La Grange.

Weather-related incidents

Nov. 22 included an oil tank

fire (pictured) and high water

over roadways in the

Fayetteville/Ellinger area.

The Czhilispiel Committee

recognized Farek and

presented four donations.