Long-time Freestone County quilter Cynthia Allen had a blue-ribbon entry this year at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Quilt Contest – after spending six months piecing and 40 hours quilting he
By Mary Cryer Awalt News@fairfield-recorder.com
Rodeo runs in the background and through the veins of Teague High School senior Kendal Turner, who committed last week to join the Hill College Rebels rodeo team in Hillsboro.
By Mary C. Awalt News@teaguechronicl.com
The 2021 Freestone County Fair, themed “Back in the Saddle,” returns to its traditional form this year after a somewhat abbreviated schedule during last year’s pandemic conditions.
By Mary C. Awalt News@fairfield-recorder.com
Coaches, athletes and their families enjoyed a gathering last week to celebrate the top athletes of the year, including Most Valuable Players, Lion Heart Award winners and the 2021 Teague High Scho
By Mary Cryer Awalt News@teaguechronicle.com
The Teague Lions baseball season came to an end Tuesday, April 27, with a 10-0 loss to Franklin.
By Zikieria Jones News@themexianews.com
The Teague Lady Lions fell 9-4 to the Little River Academy Lady Bumblebees on Thursday night and 9-5 on Friday night in the Bi-District Championship at Whitney High School.
By Mitchell Pate News@teaguechronicle.com
It is a near certainty that Texans will be allowed to carry handguns without a license in the near future as House Bill 1927 passed both chambers and heads to a conference committee to hash out ame
By State Capital Highlights By Gary Borders
I pray that all the moms had a great Mother’s Day. I enjoyed dinner with my Mama over the weekend. My Mama means the world to me, and she has helped me become the man I am today.
By Mitch’s Corner Mitchell Pate
Scientific American describes my mother to a T.
By Tom Purcell Syndicated Columnist
Graveside services for Charlie James Wyche, 77, of Grand Saline, will be 1 p.m. Monday, May 17, at the DFW National Cemetery.
Graveside services for Billy G. Wren, 85, were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 4, at Union Cemetery in Freestone. Brother Dale Hergett officiated.
Robert M. Schmidt, 76, of Fairfield, passed away Sunday, May 2, 2021, in Fairfield. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Thursday, May 6, at Woodland Cemetery near Kirvin with Mr.
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