Parents, children and health care workers joined in a popup parade organized by the Bi-Stone Health Alliance. The procession made its way around Freestone and Limestone County medical facilities and nursing homes in both counties beginning Wednesday, April 15 and continuing the following Thursday.
The City of Teague’s Board of Alderman took no action to extend the City’s shelter in place order Monday, April 20. The city will continue to follow the operational guidelines set forth by Governor Greg Abbott.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many residents are looking for the most up-to-date news possible, in order to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.
Teague Elementary School Administrators Crystal Adams and Lisa Pearson drove around late Friday night to put yard signs in their faculty and staff yards. All Teague Elementary School staff woke up to the wonderful surprise on Saturday morning. Photos contributed to the Chronicle
Haylee Young of Teague is a freshman at Texas Tech University. She’s a 2019 Teague ISD graduate. From internships and work experiences to leadership and volunteer opportunities, Young pursues experiences that set her apart from her peers and prepare her to pursue a career in agriculture and food. Most recently, she was selected as an Agriculture Future of America Ambassador.