Category: Community

Early Voting Less Than Two Weeks Away: County Polling Places Announced

Two local elections will be decided in the General Election on November 8, 2016. The race for County Commissioner – Pct. 1 includes Republican nominee Andy Bonner and Write-In Candidate Gerald Manning. County Commissioner – Pct. 3 will be decided between Republican nominee Michael Daniels and Write-In Candidate Cooper Daniel. All other county positions each have only one candidate in the race; all Republican nominees.  There were no Democratic candidates to file for local office this year. Early Voting begins October 24, 2016 for the General Election and will end on November 4, 2016. Poll locations and dates are as follows:Fairfield Conference Center–October 24-28, Monday-Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.–October 29, Saturday, from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.–October 31-November 4, Monday-Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Butler Community CenterOctober 26, Wednesday, from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Dew School–October 26, Wednesday, from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Donie Community Center–October 26, Wednesday, from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Southern Oaks Clubhouse–October 29, Saturday, from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Teague City Hall–October 26-28, Wednesday-Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Wortham Community Center–October 29, Saturday, from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Application for ballots by mail must be received no later than the close of business on October 28, 2016.  Mail to Linda Jarvis, Early Voting Clerk, P.O. Box 1010, Fairfield, Texas 75840. The last opportunity to cast your vote will be Election...

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Honor Rolls: Fairfield Junior High & High School

Fairfield Junior High 6th GradeA Honor Roll: Braiden Barrett, Rynna Bonner, Payton Botelho, McKinna Brackens, Wyatt Burts, Dennis Covert, Violeta Espinoza, Lowgen Frasier, Caleb George, Ellie Grissett, Emily Leatherman, James Markum, Samuel Marsters, Andrew Myers, Riley Ralstin, Dominick Reyes, Arly Salazar, Jacob Schick, Audrie Smith, Kaylee Smith, Chasidy Starr, Jonathan Thomas, Kaitlyn Thomas, Ava Thompson, and Leslie Vaughn.AB Honor Roll: Mireily Abad, Macie Banks, Rex Bean, Jenna Billock, William Bonner, Raelynn Cain, Daniel Castaneda, Xochitl Chaidez, Seth Couture, Thania Davila, Emma Echols, Camille Eldridge, Matthew Esparza, Noe Espinoza, Aaliyah Faulk, Jonathan Garcia, Han Giap, Kaitlyn Gilbert, Gabriel Grecu, Jacob Hagen, Sadie Haydon, Jordyn Hughes, Jacey Jones, Paisley Lewis, Trinity Little, Alyssa Markham, Elijah Martin, Luke Martinez, Dakota Maynes, Ciara McAlpine, Nadia McClatchey, Gilbrea McNeil, Dalton McQuinn, Haley Moore, Danna Munoz, Logan Noland, Austin Pippin, Maya Polk, Paige Posey, Carter Richard, Elisa Rincon, Erik Rodriguez, Dennise Salazar, Alfred Serrato, Kaitlyn Shepherd, Kara Shoemaker, Richard Silar, Brittnee Speer, Tristen Stephenson, Gunner Thibodeaux, Tianna Tryon, Kaytlynn Waggoner, Alexi Walthall, William Webb Rivera, Noah Wilson, and Katelyn Winters.7th GradeA Honor Roll: Audrey Archibald, Mercedes Arriaga, Madison Clark, Kaden Crawford, Nathaniel Dunlap, Alexis Gallegos, Carson Gallegos, Kamren Griffin, Josie Henson, Tate House, Makensy Isaacs, Jaycee Jobe, Jeremy Kilkenny, Rachel Lewis, Jordan Maciel, Sadie Newman, Preston Patrick, Dylan Pickens, Ally Robinson, Jada Sandifer, Karson Shipley, Jaysa Smith, MaKayla Van, MaKenzie Van, Carson Whiteside, and Yadira...

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33rd Annual National Night Out Fairfield Steps Out

MEMBERS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT INTRODUCE themselves to children in Fairfield at National Night Out held Tuesday, October 4th. Representing Freestone County Sheriff’s Office are Investigators Clayton Aldrich (far left) and Jeremy Shipley (second from left), and Deputy Patrick Williams (far right); and Fairfield Police Department Officer Harold Markham (second from right).           SONIC OF FAIRFIELD was on hand giving out free drinks and showing off their rollerblading skills.                 YOUNG FIREMAN IN THE MAKING, Chance Herren, hugs his buddy, Fairfield PD Officer...

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Citizens Light Up the Town for National Night Out

LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS from multiple agencies take part in the 33rd Annual National Night Out, a crime and drug prevention event which encourages police-community partnerships and citizen involvement in the fight to build a safer nation.The evening featured static displays of Police, Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service vehicles, hot dogs, hamburgers, popcorn and snow cones, along with karaoke and bounce houses for the kids.     A TOUCHING REUNION, made possible by Teague residents Debbie Sanoja and Jeremy Swinburn, saw lost dog Bella returned to her family. Bella had been in the care of good samaritans until her family was finally located, making the trip to National Night Out to reclaim their lost family member.          ...

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Rotarians Donate to Health Fair

Addressing the upcoming Health Fair, set for Saturday, October 22, Marilyn Burwitz with ETMC was the guest speaker at the Fairfield Rotary Club’s first meeting in October.  The Rotary Club made a donation to this event and it was presented by Rotarian Kevin...

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