Freestone County 4-H leaders and project managers are honored at the recent 4-H Awards Banquet. Contributed photo
Freestone County 4-H leaders and project managers are honored at the recent 4-H Awards Banquet. Contributed photo
Freestone County 4-H leaders and project managers are honored at the recent 4-H Awards Banquet. Contributed photo
Freestone County 4-H leaders and project managers are honored at the recent 4-H Awards Banquet. Contributed photo
Freestone County 4-H leaders and project managers are honored at the recent 4-H Awards Banquet. Contributed photo
Freestone County 4-H leaders and project managers are honored at the recent 4-H Awards Banquet. Contributed photo

News

LEFT: Mrs. Claus reads “Santa’s Little Helper with Mickey Mouse” from the “5 Minute Stories from Disney” to all the guest at the Breakfast with Santa event at the Teague Hotel. Mr. Claus entertained everyone by acting out the Santa parts of the

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Freestone County 4-H leaders and project managers are honored at the recent 4-H Awards Banquet. Contributed photo

The Freestone County 4-H Awards Banquet was held Thursday, Dec. 5.

Freestone County commissioners approved a contract for services with the Soil and Water Conservation District on Dec. 4 during the court’s regularly scheduled meeting.

Sports

The Teague Lions boys’ varsity basketball squad took to the hardwood for the first time in the 2019-20 campaign last week, dropping a 54-49 contest to the Franklin Lions on home court.

Eagles fall to fourth-place in regular-season finale

Gunning for third-place in the final District 8-4A, Division II standings, the Fairfield Eagles were unable to overcome a tough road contest Friday night, as the Salado Eagles used a 21-0 second ha

West rips Teague Teague; Lions finish fourth in district

West’s offensive backs ran wild against Teague on Friday night as the Trojans rolled up almost 500 yards of total offense in a 49-20 victory at Lion Stadium.

Columns

Hegar transfers excess revenue into rainy day, highway funds

AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar on Nov.

Book details lives of author’s previously unknown relatives

“Wrecked Lives and Lost Souls” is a very well-written book and brings to light the history of a family which was lost to the author for most of his life.

State releases cash report

State Capital Highlights

The State of Texas finished the 2019 fiscal year with unspent revenue, according to a new report.

Obituaries

Norma Sue Coats Fulcher

Norma Sue Coats Fulcher was born March 2, 1931, and passed away Dec. 8, 2019. She was a lifelong resident of Teague, graduating with the Teague High School Class of 1948.

Opal Gibson

Opal Estelle Barger Gibson went to be with her Lord and Savior at age 100 on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019, with loving family by her side.

Larry Solley

Funeral services for Larry Solley, 64, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, at Bowers Funeral Home in Teague. The Rev. Richard Gillet will officiate.

Photo Galleries

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The Teague fourth of July Rodeo, June 28-30, 2018.

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The Teague Rodeo Parade took place at 6 p.m. on June 28, 2018.

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Parade of Lights in Teague on December 7, 2017.

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