Teague Lion, Keshawn Rice, races a Frankston Indian down the cout for a quick two points Friday night.
A rash of vehicle break-ins over last weekend has many in the Teague area discussing ways to keep property safe. This series of thefts took place Sunday, Jan. 6 in community neighborhoods.
By Shelly Pope
During Dabrett Black’s Jan. 10 pre-trial hearing, 87th District Judge Patrick Simmons gave attorneys three dates in which to have motions filed for the upcoming trial.
By April Walker
Lady Lion, Reagan Heggins, took it to the Lady Indians Friday night as the Lady Lions took the win by a score of 46-26 at home.
The Teague Lions came out strong against the Buffalo Bison Friday, Jan 4 and came away with the win by a score of 49-46.
By Shelly Pope
Dear Rusty: I have heard many different answers on this but there are so many scenarios I can’t seem to find an answer to mine.
By Russell Gloor
I remember sitting in college courses in economics and observing charts being drawn by professors on the board about subjects I had never heard.
By Frank W. Steele
We are all looking forward to a better new year and are anxious to see our attendees come back.
By Vonda Brooke
Marion David Standridge, born May 3, 1940 in Teague died peacefully in his home surrounded by family Monday, Jan. 7, 2019 after a long battle with cancer.
Funeral services for Nona Faye Hartless, 88, took place Saturday, Jan. 5, at Bowers Funeral Home. Bro. Roy Prather officiated. Interment followed the services at Greenwood Cemetery.
Graveside services for James (Bodie) Posey, Sr., 87, took Tuesday, Jan. 8, at Greenwood Cemetery. Bro. Scott Matthews and Bro. Darrel Beggs officiated and the U.S.