ABOVE: Teague volunteer firefighter Ron Stewart rings a bell last Friday at TJHS in remembrance of those who perished in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.
In advance of next week’s third special legislative session, a new poll shows Texas voters are increasingly concerned about the state’s future — and they overwhelmingly want leaders to take advantage of billions of federal stimulus dollars coming to Texas.
The Teague ISD Board of Trustees approved a penny tax increase for 2021-2022. The Maintenance and Operations tax rate will remain the same at .9547 as the Interest and Sinking (debt service) tax rate will increase a penny to .321410 for a total tax rate of 1.276110.
Xavier University of Louisiana freshman and 2021 Teague High School graduate Zikieria Jones had been at college in New Orleans just two weeks before she turned around and headed home in advance of Hurricane Ida, a Category 4 storm that left much of the Louisiana coast torn up from high winds, and lacking electricity.
Tri-County Golf Club At The Vineyards hosted Joe Max Wilson Family Fun Day, including a tribute to the late Joe Max Wilson, a golf club staple for many years, with family and close friends releasing balloons in his honor. A total of 64 golfers participated, with several family teams with young boys and girls playing. At left are many of Wilson’s family members who were able to attend. Photos by Richard Nelson/Teague Chronicle