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Thursday, April 28, 2016
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By: Toni Walker Editor news@steelcountrybee.com Mother Nature didn’t stop the 2015 Wildflower Trails from going on as planned last year. This year, she did not even try. Organizers could not have asked for better weather for the Forty-Sixth Annual Wildflower Trails Festival. Had... + continue reading
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By: Toni Walker Editor news@steelcountrybee.com Although there is still a month left in the school year, the Cub Scout year has effectively come to an end. The Cub Scouts of Pack 220 in Daingerfield celebrated the completion of their year with their annual Crossover ceremony. Scouts, parents,... + continue reading
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By: Toni Walker Editor news@steelcountrybee.com There was lots of learning taking place on April 16 at Hughes Springs Elementary, but not in the traditional sense. Students took to the wooded area beside the school to learn first-hand about the days of the pioneers. Former second grade... + continue reading
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By: Toni Walker Editor news@steelcountrybee.com It has been said of today’s young people that they do not know what it is like to do things for others, or to give back to their community. Thanks to the ingenuity of a local teacher, students at Hughes Springs High School are giving back to... + continue reading
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04/27/2016
Services for Donal Lee Haire, 86 of Daingerfield were held at 2:00 a.m. Saturday, April 23, at Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens in San Angelo. Donal was born on August 13, 1929 in Cunningham, Texas and died on April 20, in Mt. Pleasant. Online condolences may be made at Nail-HaggardFH.com + continue reading
04/27/2016
Leather jackets and Jesus. Tattoos and the New Testament. Bibles and saddlebags. It could be said that these are terms one might not expect to see in the same place. However, the Iron Apostles Motorcycle Ministry is all about faith, patriotism, personal freedom and the open road. IAMM members David... + continue reading

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“Rare print found in local frame shop.” No, that is not a description of the next episode of a television show, but it very well could be. Everyone has heard the stories of someone buying a frame or building and uncovering a rare, expensive, and hard to find treasure. No one dreams that... + continue reading
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By SUSAN TAFT Contributor to The Steel Country Bee Jose Antonio “Jo-Jo” Ponse, of Pittsburg, and Jonathan Kyle Sanford, of Daingerfield were sentenced to 50 years in prison when they pleaded guilty to the aggravated kidnapping and murder of Ernest Lee Ibarra Jr. They entered the pleas... + continue reading
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Northeast Texas Community College hosted a culinary arts competition in Pittsburg on April 13. A Hughes Springs culinary student won the high school competition. Entitled “Edible Books,” the competition called for the student to take the theme or storyline of a book, and translate that... + continue reading
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The Daingerfield High School Varsity girls participated in the District 16-3A Track Meet Thursday, April 14, at Pewitt High School. The Lady Tigers were crowned District Champions for the second year... + continue reading

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My youngest daughter, Anistyn, will be six in May, and she is terrified of storms. If a storm comes in the middle of the night, and it wakes her up, she will be in our room, shaking like a leaf. The... + continue reading