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 her masterpiece.
Traffic was moving a little slow through downtown Teague about 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 7, as a house located in town was being relocated. The house was originally across the street from Brookshire Brothers. Photo by Mitchell Pate/Teague Chronicle
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.
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.
Vicki C. Dimiceli was elected to the Teague ISD Board of Trustees, and Rhonda Jones kept her seat on the City of Teague Board of Aldermen following the election on Saturday, May 1.