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Bowers’ Polar Express on display for season
Forever Teague resident, Bill Bowers, brings his version of the Polar Express to life for the children of Teague and has been doing this for the last 12 years. “I was inspired by the movie, Polar Express, and the fact that the pharmacy was selling the Department 56 collectibles at the time,” Bowers
Last Chance! Submit Your Letter To Santa By Friday
Letters to Santa are in this week’s edition from Dew, Teague and Wortham schools. Next week, The “Times” will publish letters of students from Fairfield schools. If we missed your letter, please send it NOW.
High school basketball: Those successful Sandiettes
FAIRFIELD — The Grapeland High School girls' basketball team claimed the Fairfield Invitational championship on Saturday afternoon. The Sandiettes downed host Fairfield, 49-35.
Temple job fair targets former Little River Healthcare workers
Within two hours more than 180 people had arrived at Monday’s job fair at Olin E. Teague Veterans’ Medical Center to fill out applications and talk to human resource staff about available positions within the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System.
Halfway Point Marked As Committee Meets Thursday For Teague Park Pavilion
The halfway point has been reached in the ninety day hold on demolition of the Teague City Park Pavilion. At the October 29th meeting of the Teague City Council, Aldermen were addressed by many displeased citizens regarding their October 19th vote to demolish the one hundred year old Pavilion.
Early morning wreck kills one
One person is dead following an auto vs. pedestrian crash on US 287, roughly five miles north of Elkhart Thursday. Shortly after 5:30 a.m., Tami Lashon Sheppard, 42, of Grapeland, while traveling South on US 287 in her 2015 Buick Regal, struck Panayotis Asimakis Pavlis. Pavlis, 41, was reportedly wa
‘Not Guilty’ Plea by Parents
Two young parents plead not guilty to two counts each of Abandonment/Endangerment of a Child Imminent Danger (Felony 2) at their arraignments on November 27, 2018. The pair was indicted during the October Grand Jury Session.
A flu shot is good for and for those around you
Last winter’s flu season was a rough one, dominated by a particularly troublesome virus strain. But it did not have to be nearly as deadly as it was. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reported that more than 80,000 Americans died of the flu in the 2017-2018 flu season, the
Christmas Celebrations this Week in Freestone County
Holiday lights were switched on, all around Freestone County last weekend. The festivities continue this week with something for everyone. Christmas lights will be on from dusk until dawn each night at the TEAGUE CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK. The 8th Avenue City Park will be lit up with over thirty trees,
Fairfield Says Farewell to Chief
“I appreciate the support of this community during all the years we have lived here,” says Fairfield Police Chief Kenny Bulger. “I’ve done my best to serve them to the best of my ability.”
BINGO Night – THS Junior Class Fundraiser
Teague High School’s Junior Class is hosting BINGO Night on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at the THS Cafeteria. From 5:30 – 9:00 p.m., $10 gets you two bingo cards and snacks. Extra cards are 1 for $3.00 or 2 for $5.00.
High schools: Two Elkhart teams place top-12
MOUNT PLEASANT — High winds produced choppy waters during the Texas High School Bass Association East Division meet at Lake Bob Sandlin. Those turbulent waters also produced mixed results for area anglers.
High school basketball: Fairfield, Frankston showcase sites today
FAIRFIELD — The Palestine and Neches High School boys' basketball teams will compete in the Fairfield Invitational beginning today. Last year, Neches defeated Palestine for the Bronze Bracket boys' championship.