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Wed
01
Jul

Children learn vehicle safety through library summer program

Students in Hughes Springs beat the heat by coming to the library for some fun and
refreshments. They learned a little something, as well.
Ms. Irene Webster from the Department of Transportation presented a child-friendly
presentation on vehicle safety.To continue reading this article, purchase the July 2 edition
of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
01
Jul

Fun-filled activities planned for July

Children in Daingerfield and Hughes Springs have been treated to several fun, free adventures this summer.
So far, they have encountered snakes, a milk cow, musicians, magicians, and puppets galore! There still is
more in store for the children in the area! To continue reading this article, purchase the July 2 edition of the
Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
01
Jul

Daingerfield State Park offers summer-time fun

Nestled in the Piney Woods of Northeast Texas, visitors find a
gem in Daingerfield State Park. The park offers a variety of camping
and lake entertainment to entice visitors from all over the
country.To continue reading this article, purchase the July 2 edition
of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at:
http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
24
Jun

Renovated salon earns Business Pride Award

The City of Hughes Springs recognizes a business each quarter with a “Business Pride Award.” For the second
quarter of 2015, the award was given to You-Niquely Yours Salon.
To continue reading this article, purchase the June 25 edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition
at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
24
Jun

Greer Farm offers more than just berry-picking fun

Nestled in amongst the back roads of Morris County sits a 1850s farm house. That farm house, and surrounding
area, is now known as Greer Farm. Although known for their luscious blueberry and blackberry crops, Greer
Farm offers so much more. Owned and operated by Sid and Eva Greer, Greer Farm offers cabin rental, cooking
classes, bulk beef sales, farm products, catering/dining, in addition to those fabulous fruit orchards.
To continue reading this article, purchase the June 25 edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition
at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
17
Jun

Southwest Dairy Farmers teach kids importance of eating healthy

During the summer months, FRIENDS of the Daingerfield Public Library host activities once a week for children
in the area. The activities are free to the public, and ranger from magic shows to fire trucks. This past week, students
had the opportunity to meet Bonnie, the milk cow. To continue reading this article, purchase the June 18 edition of
the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
17
Jun

Instrument sales and repair shop opens in Hughes Springs

Hughes Springs welcomed a new business on June 12, with the opening of Tooter’s, an instrument repair and
sales shop. Jim and Carol Sinkule celebrated the grand opening of the new store with members of the Chamber
of Commerce and the community. Mr. Sinkule spent 40 years selling, cleaning, and repairing instruments for
Tatum Music Company out of Longview.
To continue reading this article, purchase the June 18 edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
17
Jun

Local cemetery honors Civil War veterans

Eleven year old Rebekah Nelson, of Atlanta, assisted with a Civil War Veterans dedication at Shelton-Rankin Cemetery. Rebekah’s great-great-great grandfather was one of the veteran’s honored.

After several attempts, the Shelton-Rankin Cemetery has finally dedicated the Civil War veteran monuments. Eight of the Civil War veterans buried there were honored on April 25. The ceremony featured Civil War color guard, flags, prayers, a rifle salute, and words of remembrance. To continue reading this article, purchase the June 18 edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
10
Jun

State employee arrested on tampering charges

The Morris County Driver’s License Office is closed until further notice following

On Monday, June 1, Elizabeth Ralston, of Ore City, was arrested by Texas Rangers at the Morris County Courthouse. Ms. Ralston was employed as the Driver’s License Clerk by the State of Texas at the Morris County Department of Motor Vehicles. “Ms. Ralston was arrested on charges of tampering with government records,” said Morris County Sheriff Jack Martin. To continue reading this article, purchase the June 11 edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
10
Jun

Local veteran participates in Brookshire’s “Heroes Flight”

In 2010, the Brookshire Grocery Co. embarked on a mission
to escort a group of World War II veterans to Washington
D.C. to visit the World War II Memorial (completed in 2004),
along with several other points of interest. “Brookshire’s World
War II Heroes Flight” first took place on May 11 & 12, 2010,
with 38 veterans and 19 others, mostly Brookshire’s employees,
to assist them. To continue reading this article, purchase the June 11
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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