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Thu
19
Mar

Retired Teachers Meet and Recognize Volunteers

The Hughes Springs Retired Teachers group met Wednesday, March 11 at Don Juan’s for their regular meeting. Items on the
agenda, besides a wonderful lunch, included a presentation on upcoming legislation that will affect the Texas Retired Teachers
Association, or TRTA.

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Thu
19
Mar

TxDot begins distracted driver campaign

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, or TxDot, a new hazard is hitting the roadways.
Distracted drivers can be seen on any roadway, at in any time. Chances are, most of us have been a distracted
driver at some point.
By definition, distracted driving is any non-driving activity in which a person engages while operating a motor vehicle.

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Thu
19
Mar

Mustangs dodge rain

Mustang baseball found time and somewhat dry conditions to play a couple games against DeKalb last
week. They posted a no-hit shutout in game one, winning 17-0, behind 5 innings from Jake Moore.

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Thu
19
Mar

Omaha Wine, Art & Food Festival in April

“Wine Through the Park” promises to offer a variety of participating wineries and vendors for a celebration of
wine, art, food and music. The event will be held April 25th in the Omaha City Park from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“Entrance to the festival is free,” Carabeth Luckey, event organizer and Omaha City Park Board member,
said. “This is an outdoor event where visitors can stroll our beautiful park and visit our many select vendors."

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Wed
11
Mar

Chamber honors outstanding individuals with banquet

By Toni Walker
Editor of The Bee

“A Year to Celebrate” was the theme of the 2015 Daingerfield Chamber of Commerce Banquet held Feb.
28. The winners proved the theme was a well-chosen one. After an invocation by Rocky Thomasson, attendees
dined on a steak dinner, catered by the Daingerfield Fire Department as Dr. Larry Miears provided entertainment.
The reACTivate youth of the Next Level Pentacostal Church served as the wait staff for the evening. After
dinner, the celebration truly began.

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Wed
11
Mar

Every Child Deserves a Loving Home

Last year, more than 17,000 children were removed from their homes due to evidence of abuse or neglect and placed in the child welfare system. These children are often placed far away from their friends and family and forced to navigate the system on their own.
Volunteers with CASA of Titus, Camp and Morris Counties help these children find loving homes as quickly as possible by speaking up for their best interests in court.

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Wed
11
Mar

Library garners national recognition

By: Toni Walker
Editor, The Steel Country Bee

The Hughes Springs Area Public Library was recently named to the Library
Journal’s Index of Public Library Service’s list of top-rated libraries.
The LG Index compares spending–peer libraries based on per capita use.

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Wed
11
Mar

New fire truck arrives in Lone Star

By: Toni Walker, Editor of the Bee

The Lone Star Volunteer Fire Department welcomed its newest member on
March 2, as their new brush truck rolled into town. Engine 476 was greeted by
county and city dignitaries, as well as multiple community members.
Chief Jerry Stoermer drove the new engine into town, led by Lone Star police
and Lone Star City vehicles. At the station, anxiously awaiting the new engines arrival,
were multiple dignitaries, including County Judge Munkres, Morris County
Sheriff Jack Martin, and Lone Star mayor Karl Stoermer.

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Tue
03
Mar

Every Child Deserves a Loving Home

Mount Pleasant, Texas – Last year, more than 17,000 children were removed from their homes due to evidence
of abuse or neglect and placed in the child welfare system. These children are often placed far away from
their friends and family and forced to navigate the system on their own.
Volunteers with CASA of Titus, Camp and Morris Counties help these children find loving homes as quickly
as possible by speaking up for their best interests in court.

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Tue
03
Mar

Great Texas Warrant Roundup begins March 7

BEE STAFF REPORT:

Daingerfield and Lone Star Police Department joins together for Warrant Roundup. Representatives of law enforcement agencies and courts from more than 300 jurisdictions across Texas recently announced combined efforts to host the 2015 Great Texas Warrant Roundup beginning Saturday, March 7. The roundup is designed to target thousands of defendants with traffic, parking, city ordinance, penal code and higher charge warrants from participating jurisdictions. It is believed to be the largest joint operation of its kind with arrests expected to continue for several days. Hundreds of thousands of notices were recently mailed statewide by participating entities.

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