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Copyright 2016

The Flatonia Argus

Fayette County’s Oldest Newspaper – Established 1875

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Ezekiel 22:29 (NIV)

“The people of the land practice extortion and commit robbery; they oppress the poor and needy and mistreat the alien, denying them justice.”

Luke 11:46 (NIV)

Jesus replied, “And you experts in the law, woe to you, because you load people down with burdens they can hardly carry, and you yourselves will not lift one finger to help them.”

  1. Delta Kappa Gamma presented ‘teacher survival kits” to the new FISD teachers

  2. Combined Community Action is in need of donations for its senior nutrition program

  3. Four Fayette County 4-H’ers competed in the World AQHYA Horse Judging contest

  4. Rotary Youth Leadership Award winners were special guests at the Rotary Club meeting

  5. Rocha-Piatt, FHS graduate and Llano Co. JP 1, was honored for professional excellence

  6. Appx. 200 attended the Fayette County 4-H banquet, with numerous awards presented

  7. “A Matter of Balance” series of classes, designed to prevent falls, will start Sept. 27

  8. Fayette Co. Genealogy Society to have a program on “Tale of Two Round Tops” Aug. 27

  9. Oak Manor Nursing Center’s “Health & Safety Fair” will be held Sept. 2 at the Civic Center

  10. Sts. Cyril & Methodius Church in Cistern will hold its annual picnic on Aug. 28

  11. and more

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Flatonia, TX 78941

Phone 361-865-3510

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Charles Zapalac for
Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace

Courthouse Report –

County court cases.

Bulldogs scrimmaged

Ganado and improved

overall, Coach Freytag said.

Council discussed

Hotel Occupancy Tax

surplus; Central

Business District.

Lady Dogs played

Hallettsville Aug. 16 and

eight matches in the Lady

Horn Classic Aug. 18-20.

Also, TGCA Aug. 22 poll.

FISD does well in TEA

accountability ratings;

Flatonia Secondary scores

highest in 3 of 4 categories

among Fayette schools.

$5.9 million in meth

was seized during a

traffic stop on I-10

near Flatonia.

Dornak spoke to the

Rotary about a grant

that allowed the library

to be computized.

Police Report – Chief

Noak tells about 6 cases

in July; ‘We Back The

Blue’ T-shirts given out.

Utility poles in

the Flatonia area are

being  inspected by

QPI&M for FEC.

Burn ban lifted

in unincorporated

areas of Fayette Co.

FISD News - ‘Welcome

back’ message; 1st day

enrollment figures given.

Methodist Church, Flatonia

National Bank and Rotary Club

held breakfasts for FISD staff.

Fun activity was held on the last

day of FISD in-service (Aug. 19).