News

Thu
25
Sep

A Museum for the People

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor

Thu
25
Sep

City Manager resigns after two years of service

By Ben Valencia
Steel Country Bee Editor

Daingerfield City Manager Carl Teel will be leaving the City of Daingerfield this week to take on a new position as City Planner for the City of Texarkana, Ark. Teel resigned last week on Sept. 16 due to family responsibilities. “It was a difficult decision to make,” Teel said, “because the City of Daingerfield has been a very good place to work. My wife and I felt the need to relocate to the Texarkana area.”   To continue reading this article purchase the September 25 edition of The Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at: http//www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeelD312/default.aspx

Tue
16
Sep

Hummingbird

Tue
16
Sep

Member cities will not see a water rate increase from water district

Marlene J. Bohr
 
Tue
16
Sep

Daingerfield alumni banquet will be Saturday

Marlene J. Bohr
 
The Daingerfield Alumni Association will hold its annual distinguished alumni dinner on Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Daingerfield High School cafeteria. A steak dinner prepared by the Daingerfield Volunteer Fire Department will be served before the award presentations.
Tue
16
Sep

Blythe cleans up Lone Star Park

Marlene J. Bohr
 
Childhood memories and a move back to his hometown spurred an East Texas man to develop a favorite spot back to the place it was when he played ball there and swam in the lake. Lone Star Police Investigator Steven Blythe grew up in Lone Star and the city park was one of his favorite places.
Tue
16
Sep

Avinger Wine Festival celebration is Saturday

Marlene J. Bohr
 
Tue
16
Sep

Request for county tax abatement is tabled

Marlene J. Bohr
 
A request for tax abatement for Texas Tubular Products’ new facility was tabled by the Morris County Commissioners for further information. Alex Alrue of Texas Tubular requested the tax abatement at the commissioners Sept. 8 meeting. 
Tue
16
Sep

School board approves projects for buildings

By Marlene J. Bohr
 
Progressive action on construction and maintenance
led the Hughes Springs Independent School board of trustees to approve a bid for painting the new ag/science building and the multi-purpose building. The approval was made at the board’s Sept. 8 meeting. 
Tue
16
Sep

Pledging Allegiance

Hughes Springs Elementary students say the pledge of allegiance every morning at school. These first graders, from left, Kolb Green, Cameron Griffin and Maddyson Cooper are in Katherine Brown’s class.

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