A passion for helping people and a family tradition in law enforcement led Markeisha Cox to her vocation as a police officer in Teague.

The Teague Lions cross country teams competed in their own meet Saturday, Sept. 16.

A fast-moving fire on Mimosa Lane in Teague claimed the house and contents of J.R. and Sara Nevill, her mother and their three daughters on Friday morning, Sept. 8.


The Teague Lady Lions ran their district record to 3-0 with a three-game sweep of Frankston at home on Friday, Sept. 15. Game scores were 25-14, 25-7, 25-11.

The Teague Lions are rolling into their bye week on a two-game win streak.

The Teague Lady Lions defeated Buffalo in 3 straight sets, starting their district season off with a bang and several kills.


How many of you remember the old family television comedy, “The Honeymooners”?

Last July I was visiting with my mother and sister in another city. Before I left, Mom gave me her food processor to see if I could fix it.

When the Bible comes to the end of Isaac’s life, Abraham’s son, we find these words written at the end of Genesis, Chapter 35: “Isaac lived a hundred and eighty years.


The Angelic Hosts came for Minister Hall at his residence in Mexia among loving family and devoted friends.

Funeral services for Neal Bottoms, 61, were held on Saturday, September 16, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. at Bowers Funeral Home in Teague. Bro. Scott Matthews officiated.

Peter George Jokola passed away, September 14, 2017, at his home in Mexia at the age of 74. A memorial service was held at the Mexia VFW on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, at 2 PM.

The Teague Chronicle

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