February 2021

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12385 Fm 92 Rd S

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Fred, TX 77660

20239 Fm 92 S

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Fred, TX 77616

20239 Fm 92 S

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Fred, TX 77616

20239 Fm 92 S

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Fred, TX 77616

283 Fm 1013 Rd

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Fred, TX 77624

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Stowell, TX 77661

11424 Highway 12

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Mauriceville, TX 77626

332 Tx State Highway 62

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Evadale, TX 77612

650 S Main St

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Lumberton, TX 77657

332 Tx State Highway 62

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Kirbyville, TX 77612

305 N Broadway St

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China, TX 77613

120 County Road 1520

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Warren, TX 77664

120 County Road 1520

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Hillister, TX 77664

4956 Fm 3063

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Village Mills, TX 77663

332 Tx State Highway 62

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Buna, TX 77612

5860 9 Th Ave

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Groves, TX 77642

665 6 Th St

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Sour Lake, TX 77659

12385 Fm 92 Rd S

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Spurger, TX 77660

111 W Avenue P

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Silsbee, TX 77656

900 Texas Ave

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Orangefield, TX 77611

680 Tx State Highway 272

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Deweyville, TX 77614

900 Texas Ave

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Bridge City, TX 77611

5424 Tremont St

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Sabine Pass, TX 77655

12385 Fm 92 Rd S

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Fred, TX 77660

1245 S Pine St

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Kountze, TX 77625

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Fred is an unincorporated community in southeastern Tyler County, Texas, United States. Fred is approximately 40 miles north of Beaumont and is located in the Big Thicket. The community has no traffic lights and 55 is the only city speed limit, except during school traffic hours. Fred is home to one convenience store, Fred Grocery which has a deli. Since the introduction of a Dollar General Store, Fred Grocery has closed. There are two Baptist churches and several other churches of various denominations. Fred has a health care clinic with a physician's assistant. Hunting (wild hog and deer) and fishing are favorite pastimes of the residents of Fred. There are few jobs in Fred. Men work in refineries and mills in neighboring cities (Beaumont, Port Arthur). The logging industry is also a primary source of employment for people in the area. Women primarily teach school or stay home with their children. The Annual Fred Halloween Carnival has been supporting Fred Elementary for over 50 years and the Little Leagues Mayfest and Parade are the town's biggest festivals. The Warren Independent School District serves area students. School children attend Fred Elementary School until they reach sixth grade, or can attend other public schools in Spurger or Silsbee. They are then bussed to nearby Warren for junior high and high school. Little League Baseball is very popular with the youth in Fred. And in 2007, Warren ISD introduced a pee wee football league to include Fred children. Author, and former Fred resident, Brad Whittington wrote a trilogy of novels based in Fred, Texas. Haunted Hill Haunted House established in 1977, located on Atlantic Pumpstation Road is the oldest running haunt in Southeast Texas and is free to the community. Fred Texas is home to the Hall of Fame Southern Sunshine and Southern Nightmare Monster Trucks owned and driven by Gary Davis of Fred. Fred is the home and burial place of NFL legend and Super Bowl contender John Elliot who played for the New York Jets. Fred is home and burial place for Glenn Gordan who played lead guitar for Country Music artist Mark Chestnut of Beaumont Texas. Fred has one major celebrity, Klaus Cider. Klaus is in two legendary emo projects: Klaus & the Cider Sippers and WD-40.

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