Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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In what has become the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season, Hughes Springs hosted their annual Holiday on First Street and Cork and Fork on Monday, Nov. 21. Holiday on First Street, named for the main street that runs through Hughes Springs and is home to most of the city’s shops,... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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World War II stories are becoming harder and harder to come by. One former Daingerfield resident has made sure her mother’s and uncle’s stories are around for years to come. Brenda Hancock, a former Daingerfield High School Teacher, was recently in Daingerfield promoting her book based on their... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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It is a tale that has been told and retold, time and time again. Yet, it is a tale that never gets old. An adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, by John Jakes, is the current production of the Community Theatre of East Texas. The production is being directed by Hughes Springs native,... + continue reading
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Two men are wanted in connection with a money scam at the Hughes Springs Spring Market store, according to Hughes Springs Police Chief Randy Kennedy. In a statement, Chief Kennedy detailed the actions of the two men: “On 11/18/2016, these two individuals entered the Spring Market in Hughes... + continue reading
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A Morris County man has been sentenced in the shooting death of his teen son. Kenneth Webster, Jr. pled guilty to manslaughter on Nov. 15. On the evening of Oct. 1, Naples police were called out to the scene of a shooting on Locust Street where 15 year-old DeAdrian Webster and his mother were... + continue reading

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11/30/2016
Turkey is a staple on most Thanksgiving tables. Leftovers from the big meal can sometimes last into the next week. It is what to do with those leftovers that can get tricky. Here are a few different options for that leftover thanksgiving feast. Full recipes can be found at Delish.com.... + continue reading
11/30/2016
Daingerfield High School’s football season may have ended in the first round of playoffs, but the accolades have continued coming for a team that many believed would lose more games than they won. After posting a winning record in his first season at Daingerfield, Coach Mike Waldie and his staff... + continue reading

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As news broke on Nov. 20 of a house fire that claimed the lives of two adults, a child is being hailed a hero for her quick thinking that likely saved her life, and that of her sister. At approximately 1:40 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 20, the Hughes Springs Fire Department received a call to the 600... + continue reading
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What started over 25 years ago as a way for the Hughes Springs Chamber of Commerce to help needy children have an enjoyable Christmas has blossomed into a community service for needy children and seniors. Once again, the “Santa’s Secrets and Silver Angels Tree” will be up at City Hall beginning... + continue reading
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Daingerfield High School’s football season may have ended in the first round of playoffs, but the accolades have continued coming for a team that many believed would lose more games than they won... + continue reading

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Boomer Musings By J. Leslie Riseden Okay, yes, I admit it. When I’m in a doctor’s office, or waiting to get my hair cut, I might pick up the latest issue of People magazine. About every other... + continue reading

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December 1, 2, 3, 4 A Christmas Carol The Community Theatre of East Texas will be presenting “A Christmas Carol,” written by Charles Dickens, on Dec. 1, 2, 3, and 4. Thursday through Saturday show... + continue reading