The Teague Lions cross country teams competed in their own meet Saturday, Sept. 16.
A passion for helping people and a family tradition in law enforcement led Markeisha Cox to her vocation as a police officer in Teague.
“There are two people and a dog on 84 out by the country club. They’re walking and pulling a cart,” is what the post said on Facebook.
The Teague Independent School District Board of Directors has hired an interim superintendent until another one can be found to replace Dr. Nate Carman, who tendered his resignation last month.
A fast-moving fire on Mimosa Lane in Teague claimed the house and contents of J.R. and Sara Nevill, her mother and their three daughters on Friday morning, Sept. 8.