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The Flatonia Argus

Fayette County’s Oldest Newspaper still in circulation – Established 1877

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Psalm 42:1-3a  (NIV)

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake …

Acts 1:3 (NIV)

After his suffering, he presented himself to them and gave many convincing proofs that he was alive. He appeared to them over a period of forty days and spoke about the kingdom of God.

  1. In 155th District Court, 1 criminal case filed, 11 disposed; 10 civil cases filed, 15 disposed

  2. Flatonia’s sales tax allocation for April 2019 was down 3.34% compared to April 2018

  3. Sheriff’s Report: Sheriff Korenek discussses cases handled by deputies during April

  4. Lions welcomed Ponewash as a new member and Hooper spoke at the April 9 meeting

  5. Flatonia Hermann Sons Life Lodge 15 heard reports at its quarterly meeting on April 10

  6. Teams are invited to sign up for the Southern Fayette County Relay for Life on May 3

  7. Tourneys at Flatonia Golf Course – Jerry Wier Memorial, April 27; Rotary Club, May 11

  8. Fayette County Habitat joined Home is the Key to promote affordable homeownership

  9. Major remodeling project is under way at the Fayette Saving Bank location in La Grange

  10. Fayette Retired Teachers attended the state convention in Austin, met with Rep. Leman

  11. Black Jack Springs Cemetery Association will hold its Decoration Day on Sunday, April 28

  12. Flatonia National Bank will hold a breakfast April 26 with information on avoiding fraud

  13. and more!

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212 S. Penn Ave.

Flatonia, TX 78941

Phone 361-865-3510



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Charles Zapalac for
Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace

Flatonia EDC OK’d a

utility deposit loan program

at its April 18 meeting.

The Market2, a new liquor store,

opened downtown on April 19.

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Lions sponsored an Easter egg hunt at Oak Manor.

Winner was selected from among

FISD entries for a mural at the

Central Texas Rail History Center;

three runners-up also pictured.

Track - Five Lady Dogs

and one Bulldog qualified

for regional by placing in

the top 4 at the area meet.

Sheriff Reports: •Credit card

skimmers found during a traffic

stop near Flatonia (top photo).

•Welfare concern on I-10 near

Flatonia led to a drug arrest.

•Suspicious vehicle near Freyburg

led to drug arrests (bottom).

•Schulenburg man having THC

oil delivered by USPS arrested.

Jack Hooper

Day at Ballpark –

May 4 at S’burg

Sports Complex.

Steinhausers got an

award at the Lions

Club meeting.

Fayette Museum &

Archives curator

spoke to Rotary.

Bulldogs were edged by

Brazos and beat Moulton.

Lady Dogs beat Brazos

and were edged by Goliad.