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Sunday, August 30, 2015

The Posey’s have enjoyed 61 years together

Bodie and Audrey Posey

James Beareman Posey was born on January 28, 1931, to Kimsey and Jewell Posey in a little house in Teague. He was the youngest of three sons with brothers Kimsey Jr., and Kenneth. Young James was named after his two grandfathers, James and Beareman, however, a friend of his father called him Jabodie and the Bodie part has stuck with him all of his life.

Bodie Posey attended Teague school and graduated from Teague High School with the Class of 1948. During his high schools years Bodie lettered all four years in football, where he was the quarterback, and also in basketball. He was awarded a scholarship to Navarro College in basketball but ended up being the star quarterback on the football team. The Navarro College football team took the State Championship that year. Bodie said with a grin, “After football season I got so smart at college that I quit.” He hired on with the railroad, where his grandfather James Posey and father Kimsey Posey had worked making Bodie a 3rd generation railroad man. He was cut off after a short time, so he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps.

James Posey was sent to Boot Camp in San Diego...

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Teague youth rides into path of pick-up

A 17 year old Teague youth was struck while riding his bicycle on 4th Avenue and Walnut Street on Friday, August 21, 2015 at approximately 3:04 p.m. A witness stated that the young man rode into the path of a pick-up truck and was thrown into the air landing approximately 15 feet from the accident site. The driver of the pick-up stopped to render aide to the young man.

Teague Ambulance Medic 2 was dispatched along with TPD Officer Morgan, investigating officer. Due to injuries sustained, the young man was taken to Temple by Air Evac Helicopter...

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Property tax rates being proposed by taxing entities

THE TISD BACK TO SCHOOL Luncheon was held Friday, August 23 at First Baptist Church Family Life Center.  Approximately 250 employees and teachers attended the luncheon.  There were 50+ door prizes given at the event, which had a vintage 60’s theme.  Everyone seemed to have a great time!

Taxpayers within the City of Teague should see a slight reduction in city property taxes this year thanks to slightly over $3 million in increased property valuation, within the city this year.

Figures show the net taxable valuation in the City of Teague has increased to $112,414,148, up from last year’s net taxable valuation of $108,171,376. City Council members are expected to approve an effective tax rate of $0.724506 per $100 valuation. The proposed rate is slight under a two-cent reduction from last year’s tax rate of $0.741675.

The lower tax rate proposed this year is the effective tax rate, which brings in the same amount of money as collected from last year’s slightly higher tax rate and slightly lower property valuation. Notices in this week’s issue state the City will consider adopting the new tax rate and proposed budget on September 21st at City Hall. ..

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