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Fall Style Show & Dinner Presented by FCSG

  The Freestone Cancer Support Group (FCSG) presents their Fall Style Show & Dinner at Calvary Baptist Family Life Center on Tuesday evening, October 11, 2016. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.; meal served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person and are available at Armadillo Emporium and Kennedy’s Korner in downtown Fairfield, Texas. This year’s Fall fashions will be modeled by Maggie Grace Boutique, The Cowboy’s Wife, Kennedy’s Korner, Uniquely Yours, The Shops at Peridot, Brenda’s Closet, Texas Outfitters, Bling It Up and Juls by Jul. Come enjoy shopping, door prizes and a silent auction. Proceeds benefit traveling expenses for Freestone County cancer patients, as they continue their...

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Local Business Displaced by Fire

  Following a fire on the evening of Tuesday, September 6th, Deja Vu salon in Teague announced the temporary closure of their location at 844 West Highway 84. “It [the fire] was contained inside the building,” said owner Kathie Finley, “No one hurt – that’s a blessing.” Ms. Finley recognized her staff for their support and understanding throughout this difficult process. “I want to send a heart filled thank you out to Julie Atchley at The Iron Horse, Sharron Hagen at One Spirit, Averie Grant at Peridot, Gale Brooks Cox at Hair Razors for helping us out,” she shared. “There is no way I can express my gratitude to everyone who has called and come by to check on us.My cup runneth over with love and support. Thank you so much!” Finley also thanked State Farm Insurance for their speedy response, Tammy Moore and Ruben for helping prepare Deja Vu’s temporary location, and the staff for their flexibility during this trying time. Deja Vu is currently taking clients at 601 FM 1367 (Old Airport Road). Walk-ins are welcome, or call 903-388-8387 to schedule an appointment. Ms. Finley expects that the salon should be back to normal in a few weeks. Keep up with The “Times” for information on Deja Vu’s re-opening....

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Freestone County Sheriff’s Report

  Fairfield EMS transports inmate from Boyd Unit to ER for chest pain complaints. Teague PD responds to domestic disturbance, verbal argument only. TPW Game Warden investigates report of possible poachers on callers land. Streetman Fire responds to elderly lady fallen and has a cut knee, having difficulty standing. Fairfield EMS transports to ER for treatment. Troopers, Dew Fire and Deputies out to car vs. 18 wheeler on interstate, no injuries reported. Deputy makes arrest on out of county warrant for parole violations. Motorist reports elderly couple walking down shoulder of interstate, Trooper responds to assist if needed. Fairfield PD takes call of minor two vehicle wreck in local business parking lot. Teague PD investigates report of storage building broken into. Teague EMS transports juvenile to Waco Hospital for treatment of possible heat exhaustion. Fairfield PD, Fairfield Fire, Troopers and Deputies respond to two vehicle head on collision near interstate, multiple injuries reported. Fairfield EMS transports injured to ER for treatment. 3 vehicle collision on Hwy 84 south of Fairfield, Troopers, Deputies and Fairfield Fire respond, no serious injuries reported. Deputy takes loud music call. Teague PD investigates suspicious person call, Deputy assists. Caller reports cow out on the side of the road, owner identified and contacted. Deputy takes report of stolen kayak. Park Ranger makes two arrests at entrance to Fairfield State Park, Deputies assist with transport to...

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Fairfield Prepares for National Night Out

SIGNING A PROCLAMATION naming October 4, 2016 as “National Night Out” is City of Fairfield Mayor, Roy Hill (center). Joining him in celebrating this proclamation are Fairfield Police Association President, Fairfield PD Officer Sean Frasier (right), and Sergeant of Arms, Fairfield PD Officer Harold Markham (left). (Photo submitted)   The Fairfield Police Association presents its first National Night Out in conjunction with the Fairfield Police Department, Fairfield Chamber of Commerce, the City of Fairfield, Fairfield Fire Department, Fairfield EMS, and all other Freestone County Emergency Services. The event will be held October 4, 2016, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the parking lot and grassy area at the corner of Mount Street and Bradley Street by the First Baptist Church of Fairfield. This even provides an opportunity for neighbors in Freestone County to join 38 million people in over 16 thousand communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities, and military bases worldwide in an evening of community camaraderie, fun, and building a partnership to make our community better. All residents of Freestone County are invited. Emergency personnel from across the county will be on site; and there will be fun and games, face painting, giveaway items, hotdogs, hamburgers, drinks, and...

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Fairfield Police Report

  Monday, Sept. 12th6:22 AM-Officer Frasier assist Fairfield EMS on medical emergency.11:47 AM-Officer Frasier to PD to meet a complainant.3:30 PM-Officer Frasier on report of verbal disturbance.11:55 PM-Officer Markham on suspicious person.Tuesday, Sept. 13th6:32 AM-Officer Frasier on report of reckless driver.7:11 PM-Officer Markham on report of kids riding 4 wheeler.8:25 PM-Officer Weinmann to store on report of subject having mental issues, contacted a family member and they came got.Wednesday, Sept. 14th8:30 AM-Officer Palacios to PD to speak to a complainant.10:36 AM-Officer Palacios on report of subject passed out in vehicle, was traveling and got tired and was taking a nap.4:35 PM-Officer Palacios on report of kids riding 4 wheelers.Thursday, Sept. 15th8:29 AM-Officer Palacios on alarm going off.11:21 AM-Officer Palacios on report of large box in roadway, box was removed.11:30 AM-Officer Palacios, Sgt. Utsey and Chief Bulger assist on funeral escort.4:33 PM-Officer Palacios on disturbance where a criminal trespass warning was served.7:47 PM-Officer Alexander on report of truck blocking the roadway.10:59 PM-Officer Alexander on suspicious vehicle.Friday, Sept. 16th6:55 AM-Officer Palacios on reckless driver.2:35 PM-Officer Palacios on report of trucks blocking roadway.8:06 PM-Officer Weinmann on report of suspicious person.8:27 PM-Officer Weinmann and Markham on report of suspicious person, was a drifter.8:43 PM-Officer Markham on report of reckless driver.Saturday, Sept. 17th12:18 AM-Officer Markham on report of reckless driver running vehicle off roadway.1:23 AM-Officer Markham on reckless driver, subject just sleepy.11:33 AM-Officer Frasier...

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