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Copyright 2017

The Flatonia Argus

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

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Proverbs 29:1 (NIV)

A man who remains stiff-necked after many rebukes will suddenly be destroyed—without remedy.




Hebrews 3:12 (NIV)

See to it, brothers, that none of you has a sinful, unbelieving heart that turns away from the living God.

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  1. Courthouse Report – In county court, sentences for 11 cases on the May 30 docket

  2. Commissioners Court accepted the resignation of JP 1 Parker at its June 12 meeting

  3. Flatonia’s sales tax allocation for June 2017 was up 3.10% compared to June 2016

  4. Bellville woman pleaded guilty & was sentenced for theft from District 13 Little League

  5. Michalec was one of five scholarship recipients from Fayette County Republican Women

  6. Approximately 25 people attended the Colony Homecoming at the Colony Church

  7. Vietnam Veterans recognized four people nominated for awards at the state convention

  8. Czech Youth & Family Day to be held on June 24 at the Czech Center in La Grange

  9. Flatonia National Bank is accepting donations of fans for the needy through June 30

  10. Farewell for Migl’s Supermarket, closing after nearly 60 years, set June 30 at Olle Hotel

  11. Annual Fourth of July parade, hat contest and picnic will be held in Muldoon

  12. and more!

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Political
Announcement

Charles Zapalac for
Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace

Former police chief turned

himself in after a search warrant

was executed by FPD & Rangers.

Police got

free use of

the Civic

Center for

crisis

training.

Sheriff Reports: 7 people

stranded on the Colorado

River at La Grange rescued.

Twin Cities has 3 teams in

Little League tourneys where

winners advance; six Flatonia

girls are on a La Grange team.

Flatonia Police Chief Kram

reports on these incidents:

Traffic stop for

no taillights led to

an arrest for invalid

driver’s license.

Intoxicated

man who could

hardly walk was

arrested by Rudloff.

Warrant arrest

for invalid license

was made on a

Flatonia man.

Eddie Tipton pleaded in Wis. to

lottery fraud; Eddie & Tommy Tipton

named in multi-state plea agreement.

Flatonia Baptist held Vacation Bible

School – 7 color photos of attendees!

Another broiler headed to a plant in Point Comfort passed through Flatonia

and had to be guided in a turn at the I-10 frontage road and Hwy. 95.

3rd place

Twin Cities

9-year-old

baseball

team.

Flatonia will host the East

Texas Babe Ruth tournament.

Junior high

cheerleaders

attended

UCA camp at

Texas State.