Samuel “Sammy” Ielati was honored with a proclamation at the City of Teague board of aldermen meeting on Monday evening, for saving the life of his two-year-old brother, Paxton Ielati.
Brothers Andrew and Toby Tucker are ready to show their market swine Friday morning as part of the 2020 Freestone County Fair market show. The show, as well as the ag mechanic show, began Wednesday and will continue through Friday. The livestock show sale will take place Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m.
Drew Satterwhite and David Matthews, both Teague High School Class of 2020 graduates, signed a letter of intent to play college baseball on Thursday, June 11, at the Teague High School library. Family, friends, and coaches were present for the signing.
More than 60 people gathered for a “War Against Racism in Our Community” in Teague on Saturday June 5. Event organizer Lisa Chandler Adesoji said it “touched my heart” to have so many marching.
Although the 4th of July rodeo in Teague has been cancelled due to COVID-19 regulations and restrictions, there will be an Independence Day celebration on Thursday evening, July 2.