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
Sept. 1 marked the first day a number of new laws passed by the 87th Texas Legislature took effect, with many of them affecting law enforcement and education in the state.
Kyle Steen, a 2003 graduate of Teague High School, is now serving as the Teague Economic Development Corporation director. He started his position Sept. 1.
ABOVE: The Teague Lions stand at attention during the National Anthem before their game against Mart on Friday, Aug. 27. The Lions lost the season-opener 48-0.
New COVID-19 case numbers from local school districts were updated this week, with some seeming to play catchup from previously unreported cases.