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DSHS and TEA launch webpage with COVID-19 case data reported by Texas Public Schools
Governor Abbott announces expanded business openings
Daingerfield hands Elysian Fields first loss, Tigers move to 3-1 on season
Barron, Jeter named Homecoming Royalty
New Hope Energy looking to set up shop in Lone Star
Hope Homes of Texas moves into former Worship Center building

News

Along with Governor Abbott’s updated capacity guidelines for many Texas businesses, new visitation guidance for eligible nursing homes, assisted living facilities, intermediate care facilities, hom

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Dr. Wayland DeWitt, former president of Northeast Texas Community College, passed away at his home in Palm Desert, California on Sept/ 8, at the age of 85.

	THE BUZZ

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Prayer Walk

If you want to be a star in the kitchen, try the food & nutrition project!

Barron, Jeter named Homecoming Royalty

Daingerfield’s Jaylee Barron, third from left, and Zaylon Jeter, third from right, were named Homecoming Queen and King during pregame ceremonies Sept. 18.

DSHS and TEA launch webpage with COVID-19 case data reported by Texas Public Schools

In collaboration with the Texas Education agency (TEA), the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) today posted on the DSHS website the statewide number of cases of COVID-19 reported by T

 

 

Sports

The Varsity Girls and Boys ran at the Pine Tree Puddle Jump and Pig Trot held at Lear Park in Longview on Friday, Sept. 18. The following are the individual and team results.

The Pewitt Brahmas headed to Celina Sept. 18 looking to get back on track following a 42-14 loss at Mount Vernon Sept. 11.

The Lady Tigers hosted the Gladewater Lady Bears Sept. 18. It took just three sets for the the Lady Tigers to notch their second district win: 25-17; 25-18; 26-24.

Daingerfield hands Elysian Fields first loss, Tigers move to 3-1 on season

The Daingerfield Tigers hosted the undefeated Elysian Fields Yellowjackets Sept. 18. The Tigers hosted Homecoming festivities prior to the matchup.

The Pewitt Brahmas, fresh off their convincing first win a week ago over Atlanta, traveled to Mount Vernon on Sept. 11 to take on the Purple Tigers.

Opinion

Anti-social media

I have found it difficult the last few weeks to find a suitable topic to write about. Sometimes, that happens.

Get your flu shot, governor says

While scientists race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is urging everyone to get a flu shot.

The Scratching Post

Hey, all you cool cats and kittens! Things have been better for me lately. More of my humans are at the office, and one of them even took me home for a weekend sleepover!

That fateful morning I quickly poured my cup of coffee as soon as it was hot and ready. Been looking forward to it all the way to the office. Well, yes, I guess could have been a little too eager.

Pandemic messes with Texas, prompts new message

Even during a pandemic, it’s best to not mess with Texas.

The Scratching Post

So, I have decided that I do not want to play football anymore. I am thinking I may be small, and from what I have seen, those guys are BIG!

Lifestyle

Maxine Edwards celebrates 95th birthday

Not even a pandemic could stop this spry 95-year-old lady from Lone Star from celebrating her birthday with family and friends on Sunday afternoon, August 30th.

LINDEN – The Cass County Sheriff ’s Department has released a current list of most wanted individuals.

Cass County Criminal District Attorney Courtney Shelton recently released information on cases disposed of in the 5th Judicial District Court for the months of May, June, and July.

• Odyessious Lamar Chism, of Lone Star, was arrested July 26 by Lone Star police officers for deadly conduct and unlawful possession of a firearm.

Cass County Criminal District Attorney Courtney Shelton recently released information on cases disposed of in the County Court at Law for the month of June.

CASA accepts donation from Jingle Bell Jog

Christi Denney and her children presented Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Titus, Camp and Morris Counties with a check for a $1,500.

Obituaries

TRAYLOR

I am so pleased that I am able to share many wonderful things about an exemplary lady who exemplifies finer womanhood among many other noble traits.

Services for Kimberly Nichole Gilmore, 36 of Omaha, were held Sept. 16 at the First United Methodist Church in Hughes Springs. Burial was in the Hughes Springs Cemetery.

Services for Ruth Harrison, 90 of Henderson, were held Sept. 22 at Church on The Rock with Bro. Randy Seybert and Bro. Shelby Crump officiating. Burial was in the Clark Cemetery.

ROBERTSON

Tommy Robertson, 83, passed away on Sept. 6 in Lone Star. He was born in Mount Pleasant on Jan. 29, 1937 to Rufuss and Lila Faye Hobbs Robertson.

MARLAR

Services for Sherry Marlar, 85, were held Sept. 12 at Reeder-Davis Chapel. Burial followed at Harris Chapel Cemetery under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home in Hughes Springs.

Services for Theresa Deshotel were held Sept. 9 at Reeder-Davis Chapel. Burial followed at Ore City Cemetery under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home in Ore City.

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