Fairfield Texas

Thu
20
Sep

3rd win for Eagles

Jordan Gibson and #15 Justin Abram take care of business during the Eagles game against the Athens Hornets.
Photo by Shae Garcia

After securing their third win of this young football season against Athens, Fairfield plans ahead for the upcoming game against the Palestine Wildcats.

“Palestine is big and fast,” said Head Coach John Bachtel. “They had a big win over Rusk Friday night and they are as close to a rival as we have now.”

The game begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, at Palestine High School stadium. This is the Eagles fourth game of the season and only their second away game.

Fairfield beat the Athens Hornets last Friday in Athens, with a final score of 53-28.

Thu
20
Sep

Case Eldridge Robinson

Case Robinson

Case Eldridge Robinson

May 2, 2007

September 10, 2018

Thu
20
Sep

Cefco armed robbery

Police are still looking for a man who allegedly robbed the Cefco gas station in Fairfield Friday morning, Sept. 14. According to Fairfield Police Department, the store manager was getting into his vehicle at about 10:08 a.m. Friday morning to take a deposit to the bank.

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Thu
20
Sep

CoT suing CoF

Messer, Rockefeller and Fort, PLLC, on behalf of the City of Teague, will file a lawsuit in Freestone County district court against the City of Fairfield for breaches of an interlocal agreement and facilities agreement between the cities regarding management of funds from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ), violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act, and for declaratory and injunctive relief.

Thu
20
Sep

DAR promotes Constitution Week

DAR members witnessing Judge Linda Grant's proclamation signing are (from left) Carol Anne Biggar, DAR member; Kathleen McKee, DAR recording secretary; Dianne Pullin, DAR treasurer; Judge Linda Grant (seated); Patti Gauntt, DAR member; Nancy McSwane, DAR chapter regent; and Billie Bournias, DAR registrar.
Photo by April Walker

There are two documents of paramount importance to American history: the Declaration of Independence, which forged our national identity, and the U.S Constitution, which set forth the framework for the federal government that is still in use today.

Freestone County Judge Linda Grant recently signed a proclamation promoting Constitution Week, an annual commemoration of the living document that upholds and protects the freedoms central to our American way of life. The annual celebration began Monday, Sept. 17, across the United States.

Wed
12
Sep

Eagles win again

Jay-Mychael Hudson, 5, tackles a Bear with assistance by Kadarrius Walker, 2, and Jaise Oliver, 23, in Friday night's game against the Brownsboro Bears.
Photo by Shae Garcia

Fairfield Eagles took their second consecutive win of the season Friday night against the Brownsboro Bears, with a final score of 55-28. The football team will begin their third district game at 7:30 p.m. this Friday, Sept. 14, at the Athens High School football stadium.

“Athens is really big and physical,” said Head Coach John Bachtel. “They will run the ball over 80 percent of the time. We will have to match their energy level. For this game, we will have to be quick and tough.” The team has already begun their preparation for the game this Friday.

Wed
12
Sep

FJH XC takes 1st

Fairfield Junior High School's girls and boys cross country teams took first place in the Grapeland event Saturday, Sept. 8, against six boys and seven girls teams. Top seven boys were Eli Castillo, 1st; Christian Serrato, 4th place; 

 

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Wed
12
Sep

Car enthusiasts fill square

Linda Mullen and husband, Marvin, took home 1st place in Original Trucks 1950-1964, as well as Fire Chief's Choice Award in the 21st Annual Show of Wheels car show at Fairfield.
Courtesy photo

Despite the threatening weather, the 21st Annual Show of Wheels was a huge success with live music, food trucks, and great looking rides! Show of Wheels participants also gained free entry into the Friday night Men’s Poker Run with awards being given to Best Poker Hand and Worst Poker Hand.

Taking the title of Best Poker Hand was Place 1 Councilman James Tyus, while winner of the Worst Poker Hand was Fairfield Library Director Gary Wiggins. The ladies enjoyed their own Poker Stroll Saturday morning with Shelli Geer winning Best Poker Hand and Shana Skeans winning Worst Poker Hand.

Wed
12
Sep

Classes begin at Faith Academy

Tuesday was an exciting day for Faith Academy, a newly formed Christian school in Fairfield. Students began their first day of school Tuesday, Sept. 4, at the Christian Life Center at First Baptist Church of Fairfield. Pictured is teacher Kayla Lupo (left) accepting a copy of the U.S. Constitution from VFW Post 5872 Quartermaster Robbie Robertson. Robertson also led the children in the pledge of allegiance to both the U.S. and Texas. For more information about the school, contact Faith Academy via email at info@fafreestone.org or visit their website at www.fafreestone.org.

Photo courtesy of Jane Phillips

 

Wed
12
Sep

No injuries in house fire

A man rushes to help another man move a four-wheeler out of the way while black smoke billows from the roof.
Photo by April Walker

Firefighters fought a losing battle Wednesday, Sept. 5, on FM 2547 outside of Fairfield when a single story home went up in flames. Heavy smoke and flames were coming from the roof when fire departments arrived. Fairfield VFD reported the fire began in the attic of the home. The home reportedly belonged to Kelly Allison and Josh DeLeon, who were not home when the fire began. Fire officials said the crew entered the home and began an offensive fire attack. Two firefighters were treated by Fairfield EMS for heat-related emergencies. Assisting in this fire was Teague VFD, Wortham VFD, Streetman VFD, Southern Oaks VFD, Dew VFD, Fairfield EMS, and Freestone County Sheriff’s Office.

 

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