For the first time since reporting began in July, no new cases of COVID-19 have been detected in students or staff throughout Freestone and Limestone county schools.
All Teague ISD school board members were present at the school board meeting last Tuesday, Feb. 23, following the winter storm.
Teague ISD updated their calendar once again this school year following the winter storm this past month. All accelerated instruction days were removed from the calendar. The dismissal time at Teague Junior High and Teague High School were also extended to 3:40 p.m.
The City of Teague received water and hot meals to pass out to citizens Friday afternoon, Feb. 26. They city partnered with Brookshire Brothers to pass out the free water and meals to families inside the store. Citizens were immediately lined up at the store once the announcement was made about the free products. Photos by Mitchell Pate
The parent company and wholesale electric provider of two of the large electric cooperatives that serve Freestone and Limestone Counties has filed for bankruptcy, after receiving a $2.1 billion bill from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) for seven days of service during last month’s historic winter freeze.