Necessary Clarification to the People of this Community

Dear Steve:

I write this letter reluctantly but feel that some clarification is necessary to the people of this community. In the June 18, 2015 issue of the Chronicle, under an article entitled CITY COUNCIL TALKS TRASH, the following quote appeared: “with the seven-year extension...

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Humbled and Thankful

To our family, friends, surrounding communities and well beyond, we simply do not know where to begin and “thank you” seems so minimalistic compared to our true feelings. As many of you know, our lives were turned upside down recently after my mother and brother lost their home and all of their belongings to a fire. It has been a surreal...

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Request to Interview County Health Official

Dear Steve,

Since Freestone County has several major health issues, would it be possible for you to interview our health advocate, the County Health Official, to determine what actions if any are being taken to address these issues? There appears to be a high prevalence...

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Lack of Parking is Serious Problem for Teague Rodeo

Once again it’s time for the Time honored Traditional Teague 4th of July Rodeo. It is an exciting time of the year! Many participants and spectators alike look forward to it all year long with great anticipation. I know I do. Teague doesn’t have many, if any, events that draw near the crowd the rodeo does. People come from all...

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Kiddie Patch Daycare Will Remain Open

Dear Community of Teague,

There have been some questions about what is going to happen to the Kiddie Patch Daycare since Mr. Ruth has passed away. We want to assure you that Kiddie Patch Daycare Center will remain open! Mrs. Ruth’s granddaughter, Colinda Hartless Greer, will be taking over...

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Root Cause of Many Serious Health Issues in County

Dear Editor,

Has anyone addressed the root cause of the many serious health issues in Freestone County?  Why hasn’t our volunteer county health official looked into the numerous cases of autism, brain damage, dementia, heart damage, asthma and heart attacks that continue to occur at what seems to be an accelerated rate...

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