News

Tue
29
Jul

Agricultural producers have a 2014 acreage reporting requirement

Tue
29
Jul

Drawing for public hunts is now online

Tue
29
Jul

Stranded church group discovers kindness of others

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
Tue
29
Jul

Cass County’s Most Wanted

Matthew Bickhem – Probation violation for burglary.
Brandon Rex Liles – Violation of probation for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Larry Eugene Rogers - Bond forfeiture for unlawfully carrying a weapon, bond forfeiture for criminal trespass and two counts bond forfeiture for prostitution.
Terrance Earl Campbell – ROS-abandoning/ endangering a child and ROSevading arrest/detention with a vehicle.
Fri
25
Jul

Customers will see increased garbage rates in Hughes Springs

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
The third amendment to the contract between the city of Hughes Springs and Waste Management was approved at the Hughes Springs city council meeting on July 15. Doug Sims, public sector solutions manager for Waste Management, was present.
 
Fri
25
Jul

Hughes Springs Clinic plans open house on July 31

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
Residents in Hughes Springs and the surrounding area are relieved that their clinic, formerly owned by Good Shepherd Medical Center, will be continuously offering services. Effective June 8, PhyNet Inc. completed the purchase of the Hughes Springs clinic located at 201 E. 2nd St.
 
Fri
25
Jul

Fowler captures East Texas Student Athletic Trainer of the Year

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
A 2014 graduating senior and Valedictorian of the class for Daingerfield High School, Sam Fowler, has captured the East Texas Student Athletic Trainer of the Year award.
 
Fri
25
Jul

Payoff of certificates of obligation; Wal-Mart Express discussed at council meeting

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
Early payoff on a certificate obligation for the city of Daingerfield was tabled for further discussion at the July 14 meeting of the Daingerfield City Council.
 
Councilwoman Laura Mabey said an early payoff of certificates of obligation, Series 2005, would result in an interest savings of $317,130. This is a certificate of obligations that was done for the fire station and roads. The payoff would be approximately $1,095,200.
 
Fri
25
Jul

Two-Alarm Fire

Daingerfield Volunteer Fire Department, along with Cason Volunteer Fire Department, battled a structure fire on Sunday about noon at 585 County Road 1147 west of Daingerfield. Fire fighter Gatlin Moore holds the hose as more water was pumped into the embers. The structure was a total loss, as was a vehicle parked nearby. The home was occupied by Andrew Porter; however, no one was home at the time of the fire.
Fri
25
Jul

Mayor officially releases name of new business coming to town; Wal-Mart Express

Marlene J. Bohr
 
 

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