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Copyright 2016

The Flatonia Argus

Fayette County’s Oldest Newspaper – Established 1875

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Jeremiah 42:6 (NIV)

“Whether it is favorable or unfavorable, we will obey the LORD our God, to whom we are sending you, so that it will go well with us, for we will obey the LORD our God.”


1 Peter 1:14-16 (NIV)

As obedient children, do not conform to the evil desires you had when you lived in ignorance. But just as he who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do; for it is written: “Be holy, because I am holy.”

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  1. Courthouse Report – Six criminal cases were filed in county court from Sept. 12-16

  2. Satterwhite was approved as Rotary Club president for 2017-18 at the Sept. 15 meeting

  3. Rotary Club had a program on home health care by Nickerson, Hausman and Farr

  4. City-wide cleanup from Oct. 3-14 will include limb chipping and solid waste disposal

  5. Fayette County Extension Office is conducting a soil, water and hay testing campaign

  6. University of Houston Moores School Concert Chorale performed at FISD on Sept. 23

  7. Journalism Club News: Homecoming week activities held at Flatonia High School

  8. Six-week women’s community Bible study will begin on Oct. 6 at Flatonia Baptist Church

  9. Temple Israel in Schulenburg will hold High Holiday services Oct. 2-3 and Oct. 11-12

  10. Marine Corps Birthday Ball set by Marine Corps League for Nov. 5 in Schulenburg

  11. Food handlers course accredited by state health dept. will be held on Oct. 3 in La Grange

  12. 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 were  out-

scored by Thrall 27-14 in

their homecoming game.

Lady Dogs won over

Waelder in 5 sets Sept. 20.

ALSO – Bulldog JV tied

Thrall; junior high B team

lost to Shiner and junior

high A team beat Thrall.

Lady Dog 7th/8th grade

teams played Louise.

Sheriff Reports

Man stung by

bees had an

allergic reaction

& was taken to

the hospital

Cross

Country -

FISD entered

varsity, JV girls

and junior high

teams at the

Weimar meet

and had one

gold medalist.

Homecoming

King & Queen;

court also pictured.

Arrests made for

burglary/theft at

Willie Joe’s. Man

pulled over for

questioning had

the stolen safe

in his pickup.

Wine Haus ribbon cutting was well attended.

Owner Lori Berger said building renovations

spanned 2 years - history of the building given.

Lions held vision screening

at FISD and will offer vision

screening at Czhilispiel.

Power was

cut for

some

residents

so a power

line  could

be rerouted

Thursday.

Mike Schulz was recognized at

Friday’s homecoming football game

for donating the new scoreboard.