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Wed
26
Aug

Teachers return in preparation for new school year

Whether they will admit it or not, students are always excited for the first day of school. Many have spent the summer with family or traveling, and they look forward to seeing their friends again on that first day. Teachers, it turns out, are no different! They look forward to the first main day of in-service, where they have the opportunity to reconnect with colleagues they have not seen in almost three months.
Daingerfield-Lone Star ISD held their back to school teacher breakfast and in-service on August 19th. To continue reading this article, purchase the August 6th edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
26
Aug

Reception held in honor of Ogden's retirement

Thirty-four years is a long time to stay in one place, especially for a high school coach. Many times, teachers and coaches move on to greener pastures, especially if they have had success where they started. That was not the case for Rick Ogden, who has spent 34 years with Hughes Springs Independent School District. To continue reading this article, purchase the August 6th edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
26
Aug

Dewey More welcomes new salesmen

Dewey Moore Ford in Hughes Springs would like to welcome their new salesmen, Bobby McKay, left, and Alex Bolton, right. The two salesmen boast 23 years combined experience in vehicle sales. Come on out and let them get you in a new vehicle today! To continue reading this article, purchase the August 6th edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
26
Aug

Hughes Chapel seeks to rebuild

On Friday, January 9th, members of Hughes Chapel Missionary Church in Hughes Springs received word that their building was on fire. Volunteer firefighters worked to save as much as possible, but the sanctuary was a total loss. Now, members are gathering to discuss matters concerning the church, including possible rebuilding. To continue reading this article, purchase the August 6th edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
26
Aug

Excitement abounds for new school year

Although classes did not begin until Monday, August 24,
schools in Daingerfield and Hughes Springs have been
abuzz with activity for several weeks now as teacher and faculty
prepared for the upcoming year. On Thursday, August 24,
that buzz elevated with excitement as students and parents
flooded the halls to meet teachers and deliver school supplies.
To continue reading this article, purchase the August 6th edition of the Steel Country Bee,
or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
05
Aug

Library winds down another successful summer program

Hughes Springs Librarian Jean Austin can now take the vacation her family has wanted
her to take all summer! The Hughes Spring Area Public Library completed their 2015
Summer Learning program on July 30 with fire truck, prizes, and popsicles.
The volunteers from the Hughes Springs Fire department came by to close out the
summer. The firefighters showed the children much of their equipment.
To continue reading this article purchase the August 6 edition of The Steel Country Bee
or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
05
Aug

Local Heroes finish summer learning program at Daingerfield Public Library

The FRIENDS of the Daingerfield Public Library finished up a successful summer learning program on July
30. Children in attendance had the opportunity to meet local heroes for the Daingerfield Police Department and
Champion EMS Service. To continue reading this article purchase the August 6 edition of The Steel Country Bee
or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
05
Aug

Local Community Theater opens with first performance of Cyrano de Burger Shack

Since the Legacy in Hughes Springs opened in October of 2013, they have hosted a plethora of
events from weddings and showers to concert pianists. Now, they have added a new genre to their
repertoire: Community Theater. The Community Theater of East Texas opened their inaugural production
of Cyrano de Burger Shack with a performance on July 30.
To continue reading this article purchase the August 6 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

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

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