Teague Texas

Wed
29
Nov

Dorothy Nadene Hawkins Brown "Jackie"

Dorothy Brown

Mrs. Dorothy Nadene Hawkins Brown "Jackie"

April 10, 1933

November 18, 2017

The Angelic Hosts came for Mrs. Dorothy Brown in the Fairfield Nursing and Rehab Center of Fairfield among loving family and devoted friends. Memorial services are planned for a later date following her instructions for the disposition of cremation. Born in Crescent, Oklahoma, to John C. and Betty E. Norwood Hawkins, Dorothy graduated from Douglas High School. She and Edward Lee Brown, a native of Teague, were married and lived in Los Angeles, California for a number of years. Dorothy spent many years as a nursing home caregiver, and she and Edward Lee moved back to Teague more than 33 years ago. Dorothy was the oldest of 13 children, had a twin sister, Doris, who preceded her in death, and was a sibling to a second set of twins.

 

 

Wed
29
Nov

Park vandalism results in 2 teen arrests

Santa and Rudolph may be sporting "Band-aids," but Teague's Christmas in the Park will go on as planned, following vandalism Nov. 20 in Teague City Park. Teague Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call about a fire at the park about 10 p.m. Monday, Nov. 20. After quickly extinguishing the flames, firefighters notified Teague Police Department that the Christmas in the Park displays had been vandalized.

 

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Fri
24
Nov

Trooper Allen brought back to hometown

State Troopers and other law enforcement officers lined up outside Bowers Funeral Home about 4 p.m. Nov. 24, to carry the body of Damon Allen into the funeral home.
Photo by April Walker

The body of slain DPS Trooper Damon Allen was delivered to Bowers Funeral Home Nov. 24. Residents lined U.S. 84 in Teague to show their support for the fallen officer. Allen was shot and killed during a Thanksgiving Day traffic stop at mile marker 194 on I-45 outside of Dew.

After an hours-long manhunt, suspect Darbrett Black was found in Liendo, Waller County, and captured after officers released K9 Unit Odin on man as he hid in the tree line of a field.

Funeral services are planned for Allen at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 1, at the Mexia High School football stadium in Mexia. Visitation is slated for 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, at Bowers Funeral Home in Teague.

Wed
08
Nov

2 unrelated arrests by TPD

Taylor Cobb

Teague police made two arrests over the Halloween weekend in unrelated offenses. Teague Police Officer Keale arrested 25-year-old Taylor Cobb, of Teague, for public intoxication and Teague Police Officer Philpott arrested 19-year-old Donnie Long for sexual assault family violence at the Teague Mart on U.S. 84 in Teague.

According to arrest affidavits, Cobb was found attempting to get inside the B-RI Railroad Museum by kicking the door at 6:48 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28. Officer Keale said the suspect “appeared unsteady on her feet, spoke with slurred words, and appeared to be under the influence of another substance.”

 

 

Wed
08
Nov

Sexual assault trial begins

James Minefee

Jury selection began Monday this week in the trial of a Teague man accused of sexually assaulting his young granddaughter. Defendant James Minefee, 64, is being represented by Groesbeck attorney David Moore. Testimony and opening arguments began Tuesday morning in the 87th District Court of Judge Deborah Oakes Evans. Minefee was arrested on two counts of

 

 

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Wed
25
Oct

Joseph Clark

Joseph Clark

Joseph Carlton Clark
September 2, 1953
October 20, 2017
Joseph Carlton Clark, 64, former Teague Chief of Police, entered the pearly gates of Heaven on October 20, at Sachse, Texas. He was born on September 2, 1953, in Fairfield, to parents Lee Carlton and Eleanor Clark. At the time of his illness, he was employed by the City of Dallas In Home Land Security. Joseph was a Christian and loved sharing the gospel with others. He enjoyed singing and sang around the world with the Luminaires group. Joseph was a world traveler with the group visiting Africa, India, Europe, Israel and more. His other hobby was hunting.

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Wed
25
Oct

Jimmy Nanny

Jimmy Nanny

Jimmy Nanny
June 19, 1936
October 19, 2017

Wed
04
Oct

Ada Burleson Conner

Ada Conner

Ada Burleson Conner
February 18, 1934
September 20, 2017

Wed
27
Sep

Minister Ruzy Hall Sr.

Minister Ruzy Hall Sr.
November 30, 1927
September 17, 2017

Thu
10
Aug

Myrtle Evelyn McAdams Walthall

Myrtle Evelyn McAdams Walthall
November 9, 1917
August 9, 2017

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