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Thu
21
May

Students raise money for St. Jude

Every now and again, tragedy will rock a small town. Almost always, the town will band together to support those affected. Sometimes, things take on new meanings and mean more to those in that small town. To continue reading this article, purchase the May 21 edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Thu
21
May

Daingerfield High School announces honor graduates

The senior class of 2015 for Daingerfield High School has announced its top 10 seniors for the graduating class of 2015. Graduation ceremonies will be held at 8 p.m. on Friday, May 29 at the Jesse Hanson Gymnasium. Top graduates for 2015 are Cruz Gallegos and Terah Blythe. To continue reading this article, purchase the May 21 edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.apsx

Wed
13
May

Williams and Mariluch to wed

Megan Williams of Daingerfield and Markus Mariluch, of
Elko, Nevada, will exchange wedding vows on May 16 at “The
80 Acres” in Cookville.
To continue reading this article, purchase the May 14 edition of the Steel Country Bee, or go to our online e-edition at: http://www.etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspx

Wed
13
May

Byerly, Cody top Avinger graduates for 2015

Avinger ISD has announced the top graduates for the class of 2015. Valedictorian
for the class of 2015 is Ms. Audrey Anna Byerly. Mr. William “Coy” Cody II is the 2015 Salutatorian.
To continue reading this article, purchase the May 14 edition of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at http://etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspxp

Wed
13
May

Area churches, citizens participate in National Day of Prayer

Thursday, April 7, was designated as the National Day of Prayer. Communities all across America gathered together to pray and meditate. The National Day of Prayer got its start in 1952, when Public Law 82-324 was passed. This law stated that the President would set aside an appropriate day, other than Sunday, as a National Day of Prayer. To continue reading this article, purchase the May 14 edition of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at http://etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspxp

Wed
13
May

Local family offers glimpse into life with Cystic Fibrosis

May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. One local family fights the battle with the disease on a daily basis. Cystic Fibrosis leads people to believe that it is a lung disease. In reality, it is a cellular disease where the body does not use salts correctly. Salt in the body helps with mucus function. Mucus is found in most systems in the body, including the lungs and digestive tract. To continue reading this article, purchase the May 14 edition of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at http://etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspxp

Wed
06
May

Power outages and damage left in wake of storm

Storms ripped through the Steel Country area on April
24, uprooting trees and leaving many residents without
power. The major storm system barreled into the
Daingerfield and Hughes Springs area around 9 p.m.
High winds, coupled with a deluge of rain, wreaked havoc
on trees, businesses, and left debris littering the roads.

Wed
06
May

Local Broker runs Boston Marathon

Kellie Davis displays her medal she received for participating in the 2015 Boston Marathon
on April 20. Mrs. Davis ran with the Dana Farber Marathon Challenge, who raises money
for cancer treatment and research. To continue reading this article, purchase the May 7 edition of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at http://etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspxp

Wed
06
May

Chess club offers elementary students a place to belong

Students at all levels have a desire to belong or to fit in. Not all students, however, are the star in classroom or of the athletic variety. This is where the Chess clubs at West Elementary and South Elementary come in.
University Interscholastic League, or UIL, is the governing body for all academic and extra-curricular activities in schools. In addition to governing all sporting and band events, UIL also governs the academic contests most Texas public schools, including Daingerfield-Lone Star ISD, compete in. There are academic contests for all levels from first through twelfth grades. Competitions include spelling, math, writing, speaking contests, and more. Recently, UIL added a new academic contest known as Chess Puzzles.

Wed
29
Apr

German Jewish Holocaust survivor shares experiences with Hughes Springs students

Seventy years ago, what some consider one of the darkest, ugliest times in history, began when Hitler formed the Nazi party
in Germany. Most people who survived this time, whether soldiers in World War II or survivors of the Holocaust, have passed
on, taking their stories with them. Very few of the younger generation have had or will have the opportunity to ever hear a
first-hand account of this time period.
To continue reading this article, purchase the April 30 edition of the Steel Country Bee or go to our online e-edition at http://etypeservices.com/Daingerfield%20BeeID312/default.aspxp

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