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The Flatonia Argus

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

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Deuteronomy 6:6-7 (NIV)

These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.


Hebrews 8:10 (NIV)

“This is the covenant I will make with the house of Israel after that time, declares the Lord. I will put my laws in their minds and write them on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people.”

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  1. In county court, 13 cases were filed; sentences given for 18 cases on the March 27 docket

  2. Police Report: Police Chief Perry Kram lists numerous incidents occurring during March

  3. Early voting in the Special Election to fill the State Rep. District 13 vacancy starts April 23

  4. Flatonia’s sales tax allocation for March 2018 was up 21.75% compared to March 2017

  5. Lions Club donated $1,000 to Celebration House Food Pantry; towels to animal shelter

  6. Due to student participation in its pie contest, Lion Club gave $1,000 to Flatonia Secondary

  7. President Terrell reports on the Flatonia American Legion Auxiliary meeting held April 12

  8. Heads or Tails, 120 W. North Main, is closing, but Rosa will still be available at Headlines

  9. Blinn teacher Audrey Wick released her first book, “Finding True North,” last week

  10. Chef Marty’s Culinary Corner column gives recipe for 8-Spice Rubbed Baby Back Ribs

  11. Fayette County A&M Club to hold Aggie Muster on April 21 at the Hostyn parish hall

  12. and more!

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Political
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Charles Zapalac for
Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace

Bulldogs

shut out Louise

4-0 and lost to

Shiner 5-1.

Sheriff Reports: Pursuit on

Hwy. 71 ended with spikes

deployed. Marijuana arrest

was made. Bohlmann was

named Deputy of Quarter.

Police Chief Kram reports:

Fayette Savings held a ribbon cutting/

grand opening at its new location.

Sen. Kolkhorst

spoke to the Flatonia

Lions Club on Apr. 10.

Robbery attempt

at Timewise was

stopped and an El Paso

man was arrested.

Lady Dogs

were edged by

Louise and

lost to Shiner.

Ribbon

cutting/grand

opening was

held at The

Yard Stop.

The Market, 116

W. North Main,

will open Sat.,

owned by

the Johnsons.

FPD officers were invited to

discuss security options with the

school board at Apr. 16 meeting.

2 students had

perfect scores

in Math-a-thon.

3 Flatonia FFA

judging teams are

advancing to state.

Flatonia Police Dept. participated

in “Go Blue For Kids” on Apr. 11

Porsche caught

fire near

La Grange.

Lions Club

sponsored  

NASA trip

for FHS

students.

Citizen, business

owner spoke at the City

Council meeting Apr. 10.

Balcones Minerals

welcomed a new president.