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New Series for Teague Native Streaming Now on Amazon Video

Brittney McWilliams is at it again, this time with "Living Vee," a video drama with eight episodes streaming now on Amazon Video. Vee is a struggling single mom with three dreams. To pay her bills on time, become a working actress, and to be marry the love of her life. When life constantly disappoin


New Precinct 3 Commissioner Works to Reverse Budget Deficit

Hard at work are the Precinct 3 crew, led by County Commissioner Michael Daniels, including Sonoma Adkins, Hollis Dainel and Casey Storey. (Photo by Nicole Schaefer) "Many people thought we would overspend our budget in the first eight months of being in office, having such little funds to work with


County Burn Ban Lifted, Courtroom Undergoes Remodel

FREESTONE COUNTY'S DISTRICT COURTROOM is being refurbished, back to its original look and adding roomier seating for Jury box. Work began September 1st and is slated to be finished by the end of the month. District Court proceedings are currently being held on the second floor of the courthouse duri


Oil & Gas Reports: RRC Grants Waivers, Takes Actions to Speed Hurricane Harvey Recovery

The Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) today announced several actions to speed recovery from the impacts of Hurricane Harvey. These actions will permit energy industry operators under RRC jurisdiction to focus on restoring operations as quickly as possible without compromising public safety and env


Former Superintendent Named Interim at Teague ISD

Teague ISD Superintendent, Dr. Nate Carman, has been selected as the new Superintendent for San Benito CISD. TISD Board of Trustees voted to accept Carman's resignation on August 31st. President of the Board, Jeff Gonzales, explained that retired superintendent, Ray Matthews, has been hired to serve


FHS Classes Gather Reunions During Homecoming Weekend

This is Homecoming week for Fairfield High School. festivities and Queen crowning begins at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, September 22, 2017 at Eagle field. Kickoff against the Rusk Eagles will begin at 7:30 p.m. Don't miss the halftime performance by the Grand Band from Eagle Land, over 200 members stront,


Home Away From Home: Hurricane Evacuee Grateful to Open Arms of Community

Sporting a t-shirt from his new favorite small town is Roberto Rubio of Angelton, who took shelter in Fairfield during Hurricane Harvey. (Photo by Nicole Schaefer) "This community is fantastic! I can't say enough about all the love we have been shown here. This is the only time in my life I have eve


Woods, Water, and Wildlife: The Cricket Run

THIS SCRAPPY BLUEGILL ATTACKED AN ARTIFICIAL CRICKET fly last week. Black crickets will swarm any day, now. In addition to sunfish, bass and catfish also feed on crickets, real or artificial. Photo by John Jefferson. Fishing worms cost a dime a can when I was ten. When spending summers at my grandmo


Community National Bank Donates to Cancer Support Group

DONATING $1,000 TO FREESTONE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP (FCSG) is Community National Bank of Fairfield. FCSG is a non-profit organization established to assist cancer patients in Freestone County with food, travel and lodging expenses while they are undergoing treatment. Representing the bank are (in no p


Brazos Valley H.S. Volleyball Leaders

Here are the Brazos Valley volleyball statistics. Coaches and statisticians can email in season totals by 5 p.m. Wednesdays at sports@theeagle.com KILLS Name, School No. Marley Maurer, Rudder 309 Samantha Hoelscher, Caldwell 295 Kaydee Huneycutt, Leon 280 Coco Gillett, Bryan 257 MacKenzie Dimery, Co

BRYAN COLLEGE STATION EAGLE - 2017-09-19 05:56:00

Dear Editor - Looking for Community Sponsors for Health Fair

Dear Community Member, On behalf of Freestone Medical Center, we would like to invite you to contribute to our annual Community Health Fair. The theme for this year is "Rounding Up a Healthy Community". We have had a great 1st year as Freestone Medical Center and look forward to showing the communit


Dinner and Huge Prize Giveaway at Annual Freestone County Game Management Banquet September 23rd

The annual Banquet of the Freestone County Game Management Association (FCGMA) is set to be bigger and better than ever! More than forty guns will be given away to attendees, along with a deer feeder, deer corn, Yeti coolers, bumper pull trailer, a lifetime hunting license, and many more hunting ite


Local Musicians & Organizations Team Up for Harvey Relief Jam on Sept. 30th

Tri-County Golf Club at the Vineyards, with Scott Thornton of Diamondback Texas, and the FreeCo Disaster Relief Volunteer Group have teamed up host a fundraiser event on September 30th at Tri-County Golf Club. The Harvey Relief Jam will feature Diamondback Texas and several additional bands to raise


Dear Editor - Thank You form the Ward Family

To Our Friends and Neighbors in Thousand Oaks and the Fairfield Community: In the midst of the tragedy of our house fire, we have been so blessed by the outpouring of love, prayers and gifts from our community. From the many offers of places to stay to the donations of clothing, money and help, you


Man drowned in hot tub in North San Diego County

ENCINITAS (CNS) - The body of an apparent drowning victim was found in a hot tub at a coastal North County home Tuesday. The fatality in the 300 block of Fulvia Street in Encinitas was reported about 9:15 a.m., sheriff's Lt. Matthew Glisson said. The deceased man's name was withheld pending family n

SAN DIEGO CHANNEL - 2017-09-19 20:35:39

San Diego City Council approves 'SDCCU Stadium' naming rights

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - The structure formerly known as Qualcomm Stadium, formerly known as Jack Murphy Stadium, formerly known as San Diego Stadium has - yet again - a new name. The City of San Diego awarded San Diego County Credit Union naming rights to the multi-purpose Mission Valley stadium Tuesday,

SAN DIEGO CHANNEL - 2017-09-19 23:49:15

Yuma Police Officer Arrested in San Diego on Sex Assault Charge

A Yuma police officer has been arrested in San Diego on a sexual assault charge. Yuma Police spokeswoman Sgt. Lori Franklin said Monday the department is working to place 7-year veteran Jared Elkins on paid administrative leave after his arrest by San Diego police. San Diego police were unable to i

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-09-19 03:34:27

Needle found in downtown San Diego public restroom during hepatitis A outbreak

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Portable restrooms to combat the hepatitis A outbreak are being installed in downtown San Diego for the homeless. The City of San Diego is providing restrooms, hand-washing stations and security guards to stop the spread of the disease. The restrooms will be cleaned twice a day. R

SAN DIEGO CHANNEL - 2017-09-19 13:53:39

When lobsters hung on anchors in San Diego Bay

This is part two of two-part story by Ed Davies, printed originally in the May 12, 1988 issue of the Reader. The first part was re-printed in the September 14, 2017 issue. Each pile of submarine parts was worth about $125 to us. Off Shelter Island, the anchors of the mooring buoys were generally cov

SAN DIEGO WEEKLY READER - 2017-09-19 15:30:00

San Diego Hospice: The end of a journey

It's been a long goodbye for San Diego Hospice, an institution that helped people die with dignity and without pain. When Scripps Health announced last month it was getting out of the hospice business, it was the final chapter in a four-year saga to preserve the venerable institution. Scripps had tr

THECWSANDIEGO.COM - 2017-09-19 03:47:00