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Copyright 2014

The Flatonia Argus

Fayette County’s Oldest Newspaper – Established 1875

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Ruth 1:16 (NIV)

But Ruth replied, “Don’t urge me to leave you or to turn back from you. Where you go I will go, and where you stay I will stay. Your people will be my people and your God my God.”


Mark 10:7-8 (NIV)

“‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.’ So they are no longer two, but one.”

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  1. Lions to hold pie contest & auction at Czhilispiel; information on how to enter provided

  2. Czhilispiel carnival pre-sale passes are available at the Flatonia Chamber office

  3. FHS classes of 1972, 1982, 1992, 2002 and 2012 to have reunions at Czhilispiel

  4. Wayne Hunt Scholarship Foundation will hold a benefit on Nov. 29 at the Praha Hall

  5. FES 1st graders visited the Vet Clinic as part of a lesson on human & animal bones

  6. Vire accepted a job at the Hilton after receiving her degree from Texas A&M University

  7. Com. Court was notified by Travis Co. ME the fee for autopsies will increase to $2,900

  8. Relay for Life of Southern Fayette County now forming teams for 2015 event in May

  9. Flatonia Baptist Church will hold a fall festival that includes a costume contest Nov. 1

  10. Oak Manor Nursing Center invites the public to a festival there on Thursday, Oct. 23

  11. and more

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Christmas ornament featuring
American Legion Hall
available from Chamber

Courthouse Report - 14

cases filed in county court;

Sept. 30 docket included

sentences in 17 cases.

Bulldogs led Weimar 17-14 at

halftime but lost 31-24. See this

week’s issue for photos, stats,

district standings, stat leaders, etc.

Also, jr. high report on five games.

Lady Dogs

lost to Shiner in

3 close sets and

Weimar in 4

sets. Also,

26-2A schedule/

standings and

JV-F scores.

FISD News -

School safety

discussed

regarding viruses

such as Ebola;

“Texas Safe

Schools Week”

being observed.


Oct 24-26 – Entertainment, cookoffs, contests, more!

Colorado Valley Communications employees

presented donations to 13 fire departments,

including Flatonia, from golf tourney proceeds.

Reports from Sheriff - Holman

man was hospitalized with 50+

bee  stings. A stolen vehicle/

illegal immigrant pursuit from

I-10 took place at Flatonia.

Also, deputies’ Sept. activities.

Lions president,

featured FHS sr.

Waelder man

died in ‘double’

accident at FM

1115 & 2762.

See this week’s

issue for more.