Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   The movie ‘Fly Away Home’ left an impact on a local resident who has spent the last year and a half literally ‘taking to the skies’. Ken Kennedy of the Jenkins Community began flying... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   There were no public comments at the public hearing for setting the proposed tax rate and adopting the proposed budget at the Lone Star City Council on Aug. 28. The hearing was closed and the council went into... + continue reading
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Hughes Springs Junior High School staff and teachers welcomed students Aug. 19, for Colt Camp. Riley Navarrette, eighth grader, talks to teacher Roger Reece about his history class. School began in Hughes Springs on Aug. 25. + continue reading
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
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Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   Furthering the word of the gospel, members of First Baptist Church in Hughes Springs have discovered a unique way to reach out and include others in sharing the good news. “We purchased a 1961 DeSoto in... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
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Derek Strickland plays the marching field drum at meet the Tigers held Sept. 15 at Mickey Mayne Stadium in Daingerfield. The band performed during the program, while Tigers were introduced and cheerleaders led the crowd. + continue reading

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Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   Devon Whatley was appointed as the new secretary/treasurer for the Lone Star Economic Development Board at its Aug. 25 meeting. Mrs. Whatley was also placed as the signatory on the Economic Development Corporation... + continue reading
09/02/2014
Duck populations are the highest since North American surveys began in 1955, and as a result Texas will enjoy for the 20th consecutive year the most liberal waterfowl hunting season framework allowable. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved waterfowl... + continue reading

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Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   Ryan Shaver participates in Pee Wee Reese World Series   It hasn’t taken a long time for a Ryan Shaver to get near the top of the game of baseball. The 12-year-old Daingerfield resident and Chapel... + continue reading
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Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   Rush hour traffic was turned into one lane on Highway 11 in Daingerfield when an 18-wheeler lost his cargo after striking the railroad overpass on Highway 11 on Aug. 13. “James Council,64, of Paris,... + continue reading
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Hughes Springs Head Coach Chris Edwards led the 2-a-day practice in Hughes Springs last week. The 2-a-days began Aug. 4, getting ready for Friday Night Football. + continue reading
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The Daingerfield Lady Tigers received a fourth-place trophy from the Redwater Volleyball Tournament. Players, from left on the front row are Kaylee Joslin, Leslie Bailey, Courtney Makepeace,... + continue reading

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This weeks Tri-Cities Talk question was: What was your first car and how much did it cost?   To find out who answered this question and what they responded please purchase the September... + continue reading

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Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Quarles of Daingerfield would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Leigh Quarles, to Sal Charles Costa. The prospective groom is the son... + continue reading