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By RICK COLEGROVE HUGHES SPRINGS -- Coming into Friday’s match up with the Arp Tigers, Hughes Springs was riding high from their season opening win against rival Daingerfield the previous week. Following the win against Arp, with the Mustangs 2-0 to start the season, the town is a buzz with a... + continue reading
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The Northeast Texas Community College Honors Program recently wrapped up filming for its annual feature-length movie. This year’s Honors Northeast film, Mary Kay, tells the story of the legendary Texas cosmetics mogul who founded an empire. Honors students researched the topic, wrote the script,... + continue reading
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CASA of Titus, Camp and Morris Counties welcomed Ariana Villarreal as she took an oath on Aug. 23 before the Camp County Judge, Honorable Judge Loughmiller. Ariana is now sworn in and accepted her duties as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteer. As a CASA volunteer you become a... + continue reading
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Nominees for Homecoming Royalty at Daingerfield High School have been announced. Queen nominees are Monnora Sok, Dee Hall, and Gekayla Alexander. Nominated for king are Timmyon Broner, Daniel Pilgrim, and Reggie Jeter. Homecoming royalty will be announced at festivities that will begin at Mickey... + continue reading
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By TONI WALKER DAINGERFIELD – The Daingerfield Tigers welcomed Atlanta to Mickey Mayne Tiger Stadium on Sept. 8. The home opener for the Tigers did not go their way, with the Rabbits hopping out with a 34-19 victory in the non-conference matchup. The Tigers, who won the coin toss but elected... + continue reading

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By TONI WALKER With all the negative things going on in the world, it is easy to forget that there are still good people. However, over the past several weeks, I must say that my faith in humanity has been restored, at least a little bit. Over the last several weeks, I have seen people... + continue reading
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By Ed Sterling AUSTIN — As contaminated waters receded and mountains of debris from flooded homes and ruined belongings grew last week, a picture of post-hurricane Texas developed and the process of weighing impacts to lives, property and infrastructure began. Gov. Greg Abbott delivered a... + continue reading

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HUGHES SPRINGS – Football in East Texas means the world to many people. Rival games, whether they have been played for years or are just beginning to play again will stop towns dead in their tracks as fans pour into the stadium. The Hughes Springs- Daingerfield game, which picked back up in 2016... + continue reading
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As Hurricane Harvey battered the Texas Gulf Coast, many from the Steel Country area watched, wondering how bad it would get, and what they could do to help. As waters began to arise, an amazing outpouring of support from all over began to flood into Houston and other affected areas. Individuals... + continue reading
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HUGHES SPRINGS – Men and women who enlist in the National Guard Army Reserves depend on their employers support in case they are deployed. Chris Castle knows firsthand the importance of that support, and wanted to recognize his supervisor and employer for their support. Castle, a member of the... + continue reading

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By TONI WALKER DAINGERFIELD – The Daingerfield Tigers welcomed Atlanta to Mickey Mayne Tiger Stadium on Sept. 8. The home opener for the Tigers did not go their way, with the Rabbits hopping out... + continue reading

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By TONI WALKER With all the negative things going on in the world, it is easy to forget that there are still good people. However, over the past several weeks, I must say that my faith in humanity... + continue reading

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The Northeast Texas Community College Honors Program recently wrapped up filming for its annual feature-length movie. This year’s Honors Northeast film, Mary Kay, tells the story of the legendary... + continue reading