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Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Theresa Farris (center) discussed the duties and training of a Justice of the Peace as Landis Bayless’ guest at last week’s Rotary Club meeting. She is pictured with Bayless (left) and Rotary President Kevin Moller (right). Photo submitted by Donna Tyus + continue reading
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A group of local citizens traveled to the Ozarks with Arrow Trailways of Texas, the highlight being the Great Passion Play they attended. The outdoor hillside events covered 42 scenes from the Resurrection of Lazarus through the Ascension of Jesus, complete with costumes, live animals and... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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Redemption Meat Processing has set up a regrigerated drop-off point next to Eddie’s Tire and across from Capp’s True Value. Customers can drop-off their products at the drop-off point instead of driving to Steward’s Mill. Stop in at the Fairfield Recorder office, Capp’s True... + continue reading

Dominic Brackens, 3, makes a run for it for a touchdown sealing the Eagles victory 35-21. Photo by April Walker
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The Eagles 35-21 Homecoming victory over China Springs was just the confidence boost needed after their loss to Robinson Rockets. The Eagles may have started their night off a little sluggish, but soon fell into a great rhythm when all their hard work and dedication paid off big as they head into... + continue reading
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Beautiful Jaida Smith, left, was crowned Homecoming queen Friday night. Pictured with her is 2013 Homecoming queen Noheli Montes. Photo by April Walker + continue reading

Dominic Brackens, 3, makes a run for it for a touchdown sealing the Eagles victory 35-21. Photo by April Walker

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Freestone County Sheriff Don Anderson is scheduled for a pre-trial with witnesses   To read the entire story, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. + continue reading
10/01/2014
The Graham Williford Foundation and Trinity Star Arts Council (TSAC) hope to involve the community, students, teachers, and gallery visitors in a celebration of the arts when the exhibit, Faraway Places opens at 5:30 p.m. at Art Walk on Mount Thursday, Oct. 9. Art and culture enable students to... + continue reading

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We have switched to a new email server, so if anyone sent anything to this email since Friday, July 4, PLEASE RESEND IT TO:   editor@fairfield-recorder.com OR news@fairfield-recorder.com. + continue reading
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The number 81 might not mean a lot to most people, but for offensive football players, who see the Fairfield Eagles linebacker Devin Eggins, - number 81 - who stands at a mere 5 foot, 8 inches and 145 pounds, it means speed, ferocity, and strength...and a lot of tackles! The senior Eagle Eggins... + continue reading
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Parks Director Jerry Hughes (left) and James Gunter (right) installed a new flag pole in front of Randall’s Barber Shop last week. Randall Whitaker (center), owner of Randall’s, said they did a great job. Photo by April Walker + continue reading
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Jessica Sloat, Sarie Hill, Abbie Judd and Jaida Smith are the senior class Homecoming queen nominees. Class Duchesses are Grace Jones, freshman; Vanessa Hidalgo, sophomore; and Lauren Moore, junior. See pictures of the duchesses on page 14. Photo by Kayla Mitchell + continue reading
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Fairfield students were full of Homecoming spirit last Friday morning at the pep rally. Mascots, twirlers and flags performed various routines to get the crowd going for that night’s big game. Fairfield won 35-21 over China Springs. Photos by John Cockerell
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A gym packed with parents and fans greeted the Fairfield Eagles at the Homecoming pep rally last week. Cheerleaders pumped up the crowd while the Eagle mascots put on quite a show for a few of the... + continue reading

The Eagles fought hard against the Robinson Rockets Friday night, but in the end it just wasn’t enough. Photo by John Cockerell
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Spending the better part of six decades editing and publishing country newspapers, as penned here before, includes enough seven-day work weeks that trips to my hometown were quite limited. Those... + continue reading

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On the topo map, the name says Little Walnut Creek, but to me and my friends back in the late 1950s, it was simply “the creek.” All these years later, the creek is still there, but it... + continue reading