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Christmas in the Park - Teague Plans Holiday Festivities

Christmas has gotten just a little bit bigger in the small town of Teague, Texas. The Christmas In The Park committee, along with several elves in the community, have been working hard to get everything ready. This year, thirty-two trees will be lit for the occasion. -December 2nd Lights will turn o

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Close Family Torn Apart by Allegations of Indecency with Child: Step-Grandfather Found 'Not Guilty'

James Minefee, 64, of Teague, Texas has been acquitted of both felony counts of Indecency with a Child Sexual Contact at his jury trial, presided over by 77th District Judge Patrick Simmons, came to an end last week. Minefee was accused of touching his step-granddaughter, now 9-years-old, on her bre

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TISD Board Names Superintendent Finalist

A finalist for the position of superintendent has been named for Teague ISD: Chris Skinner. Chris Skinner has been with Teague ISD since 2007. He has served as Assistant Principal, Principal, and Director of Facilities during his time with Teague ISD. The Teague Independent School District (ISD) Boa

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Dogwood Trails Residents Celebrate Birthdays

CELEBRATING OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS at Dogwood Trails are Milton Skipper, Mildred Kiser, and Betty Denson. Connie Calloway with Heart to Heart Hospice (back left) brought cake for the celebration. Dogwood Trails Marketing Director, Kim Reese (back right) also joined in the fun. CELEBRATING OCTOBER BIRTHDA

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Rotary Welcomes Ag Extension Agent

FREESTONE COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT ERIN DAVIS (center) was the speaker at the Fairfield Rotary Club Meeting on Tuesday, November 7th. She explained how the county extension office serves the county and what services are provided. Welcoming her are Rotarians David Huffman (left) and Jason Hullum (right

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Rotary Club's Rifle Winner Announced

THE WINNER OF THE 2017 ROTARY CLUB RIFLE RAFFLE was Rotarian David Huffman (center). Congratulating him are Rotarians Kevin Moller (left) and Jason Hullum (right). THE WINNER OF THE 2017 ROTARY CLUB RIFLE RAFFLE was Rotarian David Huffman (center). Congratulating him are Rotarians Kevin Moller (left

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New Way Home Sober-Living House in Freestone County

Freestone County now has a sober living home for persons who have recovered from drug and alcohol addiction. Located in Cotton Gin, the four-bedroom home is privately owned by Shelly and Kip Reiserer and managed by Stu Morton. This newly renovated home has a community living room, kitchen, and dinin

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FMC Announces New ER Group

Freestone Medical Center is pleased to announce a new relationship with Concord Medical Group for physician care coverage in the Emergency Department. "We are pleased to provide valued service to our community through the addition of Concord Medical Group's board-certified physicians," said Freeston

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17-year-old dies following accident in Marshall County

A 17-year-old Marshall County boy is dead following an accident late Friday night. A 17-year-old Marshall County boy is dead following an accident late Friday night. The victim in this accident is Brandon Holmes of Moundsville. According to the Marshall County Sheriff's office, the accident happened

WTOV 9 - 2017-11-18 16:15:17

Auditor's report provides guidance to deter theft

Photo provided A graphic from a new report by Ohio Auditor Dave Yost shows the areas where local government employees have been found to have collected public money but failed to deposit it. COLUMBUS - Theft by public employees at the local government level has resulted in millions of dollars unacco

TIMES-LEADER - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Annual Thanksgiving Food Giveaway in Wheeling Feeding Hundreds

The Rev. Darrell Cummings of the Bethlehem Apostolic Church speaks to volunteers Saturday. Photo by Alec Berry WHEELING - The Rev. Darrell Cummings of the Bethlehem Apostolic Church said the church's annual Thanksgiving food giveway provided for about 600 people this year, many of whom stood in the

INTELLIGENCER - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

AEP foundation lights up the Winter Festival of Lights

From left, Joelle Connors, AEP external affairs manager; Steve Hilliard, Wheeling Park Commission president and CEO; Eriks Janelsins, president and CEO of Oglebay Foundation, pose during a check presentation. WHEELING - More than 300 acres of Oglebay's picturesque landscape has come alive with twin

TIMES-LEADER - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Dining beauties: Rethink the holiday dining room

This photo provided by designer Abbe Fenimore shows a dining room designed by Fenimore. Some homeowners opt to have no rug in their dining room to avoid worry over spills and stains, says Dallas-based interior designer Fenimore, who added warmth to the dining room pictured here through upholstered c

INDIANA GAZETTE - 2017-11-19 06:00:00

School boards meet at Annual Business Meeting

COLUMBUS - More than 500 public school boards from around the state were represented at the Annual Business Meeting of the Ohio School Boards Association Delegate Assembly on Nov. 13. Delegates considered the OSBA legislative platform, a comprehensive document defining OSBA's views and goals on a w

TIMES-LEADER - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

South Central Power Company Foundation awards grants

The foundation awarded 47 grants totaling $165,528.95 at its October meeting. Locally, the foundation awarded grants to: Barnesville Middle School Beallsville & Community Volunteer Fire Department Lewisville Community Volunteer Fire Department Shenandoah Elementary School Woodsfield Volunteer F

TIMES-LEADER - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

No medical marijuana locales for Bellaire

T-L Photos/SHELLEY HANSON ABOVE: BELLAIRE POLICE Chief Mike Kovalyk proposes to village council that it consider contracting with a company that uses traffic cameras to catch speeding motorists with 60 percent of the fines coming back to the village. East Liverpool, he said, makes $70,000 a month vi

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18-Year-Old Driver Killed In Queens Two-Car Crash

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Police are investigating an overnight crash in Queens that left one man dead and injured another. It happened after two vehicles collided at the intersection of Sutter Avenue and 80th Street in Ozone Park. Police say the two cars collided so violently, they flew into two park

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-19 08:58:35

Victoria's Secrets: Sadness and joy - QNS.com

With the passing of my dear friend Rhona of a massive heart attack, it made me think a lot about my life between family, friends and colleagues, work and play! I've always believed in balance and, after a stressful week, on Sunday I went to see Bette Midler in "Hello Dolly." Talk about fun and joy.

QNS.COM - 2017-11-19 19:00:37

Violent car crash in Ozone Park claims the life of a Springfield Gardens woman: cops

An 18-year-old woman died after being involved in a two-car crash at an Ozone Park intersection on Saturday night, police said. According to authorities, Xylique Lovelace-Loney, 18, of 182nd Street in Springfield Gardens was driving a four-door sedan eastbound on Sutter Avenue at 10:05 p.m. on Nov.

QNS.COM - 2017-11-19 20:15:15

Bulletproof Bob? The complex past and uncertain future of Sen. Menendez

With the Statue of Liberty shining in the distance, a beaming Robert Menendez took the stage at Liberty State Park in 2005 at the height of his political career. Jon Corzine, New Jersey's newly-elected governor, had arranged the ceremony in the shadow of the symbol of the American Dream to announce

NJ.COM - 2017-11-19 12:00:00