Deal of the Week!... 2011 Buick Regal CXL:Cold air, remote power locks, power windows, cruise control, steering wheel audio controls, overhead console, tilt / telescopic steering wheel, compass, satellite communications, OnStar Directions & Connections, center console with storage, remote trunk release, trip computer, power heated mirrors, Bluetooth, tinted windows, heated seats, power seats, LEATHER SEATS, 4 wheel ABS brakes, airbags all around, stability control and more!
This car is not only fully loaded with ammenities, but it also gets 30 miles per gallon and is clean as a whistle and just looks cool. For just $11,950, it's a sweet deal and a car that you can be proud to drive! Bounds Autoplex! Livingston, Texas! Drive in or give us a call at (936) 327-4943 and ask about our Deal of the Week!
Yes, Buick is cool!
Polk County Texas Agrilife Extension Office Centennial Celebration
Take Care of Yourself, Go With the Best... Whatever your reason for wanting to get healthier, whether it's looking good for the summer, or if you'd like to avoid becoming a heart patient (are you listening folks over 40?), the Sweat Shop is Polk County's biggest and best workout/physical fitness facility.
• LOTS of treadmills and elipticals • Aerobic classes • Free weights and machine weights • Knowledgable staff on hand • Tanning for life as part of membership • Spacious and roomy • Supplements available on site • Work out anytime you want (24 hours a day, 365 days a year) • Probably the absolute MOST AIR CONDITIONED BUILDING IN POLK COUNTY!
If that's not enough for you, the Sweat Shop offers the best prices of any local gym and has locations in Livingston and in Onalaska. Locally owned and operated, the Sweat Shop supports our community. Give 'em a call at 936-328-4643!
One of the greatest freedoms our nation has is freedom of the press. This freedom comes with responsibility. Responsibility to report the news accurately, and not slant the news. As a local reporter, I'll take my place at the front of the line for not always getting everything exactly right. I guess it's the human factor. If it's not a typo, it's not grammatically perfect, if not grammatically perfect, then there's an inaccuracy as to what actually happened. With these imperfections comes criticism. I understand AND I appreciate the criticism. I know that it just comes with the job of being a reporter...more