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Thu
30
Oct

Educators: Red Ribbon Week is about awareness

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor
 
Thu
30
Oct

Cub Scouts to honor past Veterans in flag ceremonies

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor
 
Thu
30
Oct

DLSISD receives superior FIRST rating

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor
 
Thu
30
Oct

Business checks yield arrests

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor
 
Wed
29
Oct

CANDIDATE: 'I'm turning the other cheek'

Several of Sartain's campaign signs vandalized in Morris County
 
By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor
 
Scott Sartain, a Republican candidate running for Morris County Clerk is not disheartened after he became aware of several of his campaign signs being vandalized. 
"It is common for this to happen," Sartain said, "when I ran for sheriff in 2004, I know many of my signs went missing."
 
Two of the signs suffering the most damage were located on South Willis street and on the corner of Nicholas and Hughes streets in Daingerfield.
 
Another campaign sign in Lone Star was also damaged.
 
Thu
23
Oct

Diangerfield High School Marching Band places in invitational

The Daingerfield High School Band competed at the 12th Annual North East Texas Invitational Marching Competition in Mt. Pleasant Oct. 11.  The band received the highest rating given.  A 1st Division in Marching.  The bands were also ranked in the order of best performance as well and the Daingerfield HIgh School band came in 17th place out of 30 high school bands.  The bands ranged from AA to AAAA.  Band Director Spike Buie said he is very proud of the bands 1st division rating and the placement among all the other bands. 
Photo by Kristi Sutton
Thu
23
Oct

Daingerfield city council approves relocating shelter; advertising for city manager

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor
Thu
23
Oct

Spooky fun planned at Hughes Springs Pumpkin Glow

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor
Thu
23
Oct

Arrests made for drug related activity

Morris County Sheriff Jack Martin released information last week on recent arrests related to drug charges.
On Sept. 27, Deputy Hershel Stroman was patrolling on Farm Road 144, and observed a vehicle that was not legal to be driven on public roadways.  Deputy Stroman stopped the vehicle and identified the driver as Billy Linwood, 56,of Pittsburg.  During the traffic stop, Deputy Stroman developed reason to believe illegal narcotics were involved, and requested consent to search the vehicle. 
Thu
23
Oct

DLJHS celebrates staff member granted citizenship

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor

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