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Wed
08
Oct

Students with Eagle qualities awarded at FIS

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Fairfield Intermediate School awarded students from each grade with a certificate for possessing certain Eagle qualities, such as equality, attentiveness, generosity, loyalty, ethics and self-esteem. Pictured in no particular order are (third graders): Cole Caraway, Jake White, Eashan Kalyanji, Brady Williams, Brooklyn Thomas, Dionicio Azuara and Landry Bayless. FIS would like to say a special thank you to Pizza Hut for donating the pizzas for the Star Student lunch.

Photos by John Cockerell

Wed
08
Oct

Eagles Eatery

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Students participating in the Long Handled Spoon Cafe are senior, Juan Ramirez; junior, Kirsten Marriott; sophomore, Misael Galvan; junior, Carolina Palmer; sophomore, Jordan McElroy; junior, Destinee Carter; sophomore, Austin Frazier; freshman, Savannah Kellum; junior, Chase Kilpatrick; and freshman Matthew Zeidler.

Photo by Eagle Publications

By FHS junior Lauren Moore
Staff Reporter
Eagle Beat Newspaper

Wed
08
Oct

Get your Pink Out shirts now

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Pictured is the front of this year’s Pink Out T-shirts. The back reads “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not faint.” The annual Pink Out game is slated for Friday, October 24.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Fairfield High School (FHS) Beta Club is selling Pink Out T-shirts for the third year.
The $20 T-shirts were designed by

 

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Wed
08
Oct

New chief, officers at SOVFD

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New Fire Chief Lee Largent (left) presented outgoing chief Terry Bumpass (right) with an appreciation tray for her service.

Photo submitted by Susan Ander

New officers were voted in at Southern Oaks Volunteer Fire Department (SOVFD) annual fish fry last weekend.
New Fire Chief is Lee Largent; Bill Drozd, treasurer; Patsy Wagnon, secretary; Avery Hughes, captain; and Pat Markham, assistant chief.
An emergency siren – donated by

 

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Wed
01
Oct

Sheriff faces witnesses at October 28 pre-trial

Freestone County Sheriff Don Anderson is scheduled for a pre-trial with witnesses

 

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Wed
01
Oct

Fairfieldscapes at Art Walk

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 broaden their horizons and develop a better understanding of the diversity of civilization.
Education includes

 

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Wed
01
Oct

Theresa Farris guest at Rotary

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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

Wed
01
Oct

Locals experience Branson with plays, restaurants

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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 elaborate settings.
The group stayed the first night in

 

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Wed
01
Oct

Redemption sets up drop-off

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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 Value, 3W Ranch, Fairfield Farm & Ranch, or Napa Auto Parts for a $5 logo sticker that never expires offering either a free drop at the trailer or five percent off processing.

Photo by April Walker

Wed
01
Oct

Eagles skin Cougars at Homecoming game

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

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 their bye week with a 4-1 record.
In the first quarter, China Springs stripped the ball

 

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