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Wed
29
Jul

Carroll takes the helm of Daingerfield High School

Students around the area are taking that last summer trek before school activities will resume. While the students
are out, soaking up as much of the summer as they can, new principal Mr. Ryan Carroll is busily preparing
for them to return to school. To continue reading this article purchase the July 30 edition of The Steel Country Bee
or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
29
Jul

Puppets teach children safety measures

Mrs. Irene Webster, left, along with puppets Tex, center, and Dot, teach children the importance of seatbelts
and car seats or big-kid boosters. The trio also addressed other aspects of vehicle safety ranging from waiting
on the school bus to the meaning of different street signs. Mrs. Webster works for the Texas Department of
Transportation, and came as part of the FRIENDS of the Public Library’s summer education program.
To continue reading this article purchase the July 30 edition of The Steel Country Bee or go to our online
e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
29
Jul

State Trooper visits with children

Many children never have an opportunity to meet a state trooper face to face. Approximately 30 Hughes Springs children were given that opportunity on July 23, and it was not because anyone was getting arrested. To continue reading this article purchase the July 30 edition of The Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
29
Jul

First Annual Lupus Walk a huge success

Anytime there is a “First Annual” anything, there is the thought in the back of the organizers minds that it may be slim the first year. This is especially true when the event is being modeled after larger, more established events of a similar nature. The First Annual Lupus Walk in Daingerfield, however, was certainly an exception to that expectation.

To continue reading this article purchase the July 30 edition of The Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
22
Jul

Deadline for ads and news remain on Fridays

In the coming weeks, The Steel Country Bee will undergo a few production changes, most of which will be behind the
scenes, and unnoticed by readers. The changes, however, will streamline the overall look of the paper and assist in
production. In an effort to make the changes as flawless as possible, the staff at The Steel Country Bee would like to
remind everyone of our deadlines for ads, information, and news. To continue reading this article, purchase the July 23
edition of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
22
Jul

First Responders give much in order to save much

Many of us have never had to call 911 for an emergency. If you have had the unfortunate need to call for
assistance, you may have noticed that the police, fire department, or EMS are not the first to show up. The ones
who report to a call initially are the First Responders, and one local fire chief is seeking to inform the public
of the role, and importance of First Responders. To continue reading this article, purchase the July 23 edition of the
Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
22
Jul

DHS Cheerleaders preparing for upcoming year

The cheerleaders from Daingerfield High School recently held their camp, where they practiced cheers and worked on stunts for the upcoming year. The squad has a new coach this year in Ms. Janzelle Smith,
herself a former DHS cheerleader. “I am really excited to be doing this,” said Ms. Smith. To continue reading this article, purchase the July 23 edition of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at:
http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
22
Jul

Volunteer firemen show off trucks and equipment

Children everywhere dream of becoming firemen when they grow up. After today, there may be more
children in Daingerfield who share that dream!
The Daingerfield Volunteer Fire Department brought the department’s brush truck to the public
library’s summer learning program. To continue reading this article, purchase the July 23 edition of
the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
15
Jul

New superintendent takes reins at Hughes Spring ISD

For the first time in 34 years, Hughes Springs ISD will start school in August
without Rick Ogden serving in some official capacity. The district has hired Sarah
Dildine to replace Mr. Ogden in the role of Superintendent of Schools.
To continue reading this article purchase the July 16 edition of The Steel Country
Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
15
Jul

First annual Lupus Walk to be held July 25

Many diseases have symptoms or indicators that make the disease, or anyone who suffers from it, easily recognizable. There are some, however, that are consider “invisible diseases,” such as rheumatoid arthritis, depression, and anxiety. Another “invisible disease” is Lupus. One local woman is on a mission to raise awareness and help make this “unknown” disease, “known”. To continue reading this article purchase the July 16 edition of The Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

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