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Tue
09
Sep

Happenings

Pancake Supper 
The Daingerfield Lions Club will serve a pancake supper at South Elementary cafeteria before the Daingerfield Tiger football game on Sept.19. Serving will be from 5 to 7 p.m. and takeouts will be available. The event was rescheduled from Aug. 29. Tickets are available at the door.
 
GED Classes 
Tue
09
Sep

Lady Mustangs stomp over Lady Wildkats

Volleyball started things off on a busy Friday in Hughes Springs with a convincing straight sets victory over the
Waskom Lady Wildkats, 25-15, 25-15, and 25-15. Hughes Springs was once again led by seniors Breanne Gunn, Destiny Gonzales, and also Chloe Hicks.
 
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Tue
09
Sep

Jimmy and Ashley Womack receive degrees from Texas A&M

It was a special summer 2014 commencement at Texas A&M University-Commerce, where husband and wife, Jimmy and Ashley Womack, both received degrees. Jimmy earned his master’s of science degree in applied criminology and Ashley earned a doctorate in counselor education.
 
Tue
09
Sep

Better Living for Texans Program is in full swing

Pamela Lincoln
Cass County Extension Agent Family and Consumer Sciences
 
What is BLT? It certainly does not stand for bacon, lettuce and tomatoes but Better Living for Texans. Better Living for Texans is a program for adults and kids who want to learn how to eat well and save money. You can make friends and have fun while you learn about eating healthy foods and saving money. To be a part of the Better Living for Texans program, email, call or drop by your local county extension office for additional information.
Tue
09
Sep

Mustangs beat Blue Tigers, with a score of 37-17

By Rick Colegrove
 
Tue
02
Sep

Local man takes to clear blue skies

Marlene J. Bohr
 
The movie ‘Fly Away Home’ left an impact on a local resident who has spent the last year and a half literally ‘taking to the skies’. Ken Kennedy of the Jenkins Community began flying in November of 2012 and has accumulated more than 72 hours of flying time.
Tue
02
Sep

Lone Star residents will not see a rise in property taxes Council set tax rate and adopted budget

Marlene J. Bohr
 
There were no public comments at the public hearing for setting the proposed tax rate and adopting the proposed budget at the Lone Star City Council on Aug. 28. The hearing was closed and the council went into session setting the tax rate at $.50 per $100 valuation anda dopting the proposed 2014-15 budget. The tax rate is the same as the previous year. The proposed budget for 2014-15 is $1,650,228, compared to last year’s budget of $1,296,416.
Tue
02
Sep

Colt CAMP

Hughes Springs Junior High School staff and teachers welcomed students Aug. 19, for Colt Camp. Riley Navarrette, eighth grader, talks to teacher Roger Reece about his history class. School began in Hughes Springs on Aug. 25.
Tue
02
Sep

Economic Development Board appoints its new secretary

Marlene J. Bohr
 
Devon Whatley was appointed as the new secretary/treasurer for the Lone Star Economic Development Board at its Aug. 25 meeting. Mrs. Whatley was also placed as the signatory on the Economic Development Corporation’s bank account and former secretary Ruth Nash was removed.
Tue
02
Sep

Texas sets waterfowl seasons for 2014-15

Duck populations are the highest since North American surveys began in 1955, and as a result Texas will enjoy for the 20th consecutive year the most liberal waterfowl hunting season framework allowable.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved waterfowl seasons for Texas at its Aug. 21 public hearing in Houston.
 

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