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Tue
29
Jul

Appreciation

Lone Star Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jerry Stoermer, right, shakes the hand of dispatcher Natalie Gaines after shaking hands with Morris County Sheriff’s Deputy Ken Thomas. Chief Stoermer said he appreciated their help during the rescue operations on July 3 when a powered parachute landed in a tree in Lone Star.
Tue
29
Jul

Dutch Oven Group gets cooking at the Daingerfield State Park

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
 If you are interested in outdoor cooking, join the Little Pine Dutch Oven Group D.O.G.S meeting at the Daingerfield State Park. The meetings will be held the first Saturday of each month at 10 a.m. at the pavilion in the park. The first one will be held on Aug. 2. Ranger Onlie Mcgee said beginners and cooking experts alike are welcome. 
Tue
29
Jul

Finishing touches nearly completed in construction/renovation at school district

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
Daingerfield-Lone Star Independent School District Superintendent Sandra Quarles reported on the construction under a $5.4 million bond for the district as it nears completion. The construction is covered under a $5.4 million bond, a Qualified School Construction Bond that voters approved at the polls. 
Tue
29
Jul

Pearson arrested for harassment and solicitation of prostitution

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
Longview police arrested a Daingerfield man July 22 on charges of harassment and solicitation of prostitution. 
Joseph Eugene Pearson, 34, of Daingerfield, was arrested after a victim claimed that Mr. Pearson had been harassing him since April of 2013 
Tue
29
Jul

Traffic stop leads to arrests

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
A driver and his passenger were both arrested and taken to Morris County Jail after a local traffic stop, according to Daingerfield Police Chief Tracey Climer.
“On July 20, at 1:30 a.m. Daingerfield Police Officer Brandon Fulcher conducted a traffic stop when he observed a vehicle was speeding,” Chief Climer.
Tue
29
Jul

Area foundation lends a helping hand; back-to-school donations needed

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
It will soon be the start of a new school year, and parents are busy planning to get supplies and clothes for their children. The Hughes Springs Area Foundation will hold its seventh annual back-to-school clothing resale on Aug. 16 and 17. The sale will be held in the museum area of the public library from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Tue
29
Jul

Veterans’ event to be held on Aug. 7

Tue
29
Jul

Puppet Fun

Dru Woods from Holly Lake entertained 75 children and 30 adults at the Hughes Springs Area Library on July 10. The puppet program was sponsored by the Texas Commission of the Arts.
Tue
29
Jul

Storm Damage

This tree on Highway 11 on the east side of Cason fell during the storm on July 23. Thunder, lightning, rain and high winds tore through the area in the early evening hours leaving several in the area without electricity.
Tue
29
Jul

Storm Damage

This tree on Highway 11 on the east side of Cason fell during the storm on July 23. Thunder, lightning, rain and high winds tore through the area in the early evening hours leaving several in the area without electricity.

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