LEFT: Carson Carroll escorted by Jake Carroll and Kellie Holmes. RIGHT: Brylon Jackson escorted by Jimmy Jackson and Terri Jackson. See more on Page A3 Photos by Mitchell Pate/Teague Chronicle
Teague Lions faithful received news this past week that they would be getting Monday and Tuesday football this year, among other weekdays. The new schedule, designed by the District 8-3A executive committee on Monday morning, is arranged to allow additional make-up dates to finish the district schedule if needed.
Debra Housley, with 14 years of experience at the Teague Post Office, is retiring her position on Route 3. The Chronicle congratulates Housley on her retirement. Contributed photo to The Teague Chronicle
The City of Teague Board of Aldermen met on Monday night and approved purchasing 28 sets of TECGEN51 personal protective equipment totaling $18,468. The City of Teague received $39,000 in Coronavirus relief funds that must be used by Dec. 30, 2020 to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The equipment was purchased with the funds received.
Julie Atchley, a 1989 graduate from Teague High School, has opened another business in town for the community to enjoy. Granna’s, a shaved ice and coffee house, opened on Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 844 US Hwy 84 next to DejaVu.