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Daingerfield Tigers Homecoming King and Queen were crowned on Oct. 10 at Tiger Stadium. This year's king is Gentry Alexander and the queen is Christina Carrillo.  Photo by Kristy Sutton + continue reading
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By Ben Valencia      Steel Country Bee Editor bvalencia@campcountynow.com   The 1936 Study Club of Avinger welcomed Texas State Representative David Simpson, R-Longview,  of District 7 Oct. 9 as a special guest speaker for their monthly meeting... + continue reading
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By Ben Valencia Steel Country Bee Editor bvalencia@campcountynow.com   Election time is just around the corner, and early voting  in the Nov. 4 general election begins Oct. 20 through Oct. 31 at the Morris County Clerk's Office. Those wishing to vote early can... + continue reading
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By Rick Colegrove Special to the Bee   Mustang football's real season kicked off last Friday, with the Queen City Bulldogs coming to town.  Electricity was all over town about the match up, and Fred Hopkins Jr. was himself electric, taking the opening kickoff... + continue reading
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By Josh Terry Special to the Bee   The Tigers in hopes of getting in the win column against Winnsboro let the game slip in the final two minutes as the Red Raiders scored their final and deciding touchdown of the night to defeat Daingerfield 43-36 in a high scoring... + continue reading

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By Ben Valencia Steel Country Bee Editor bvalencia@campcountynow.com   It seems that wearing a mask and buying a million cases of hand-sanitizer isn't such a bad idea these days. And with all of the talk about Ebola in the news, I don't think it was a bad idea.... + continue reading
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By Allen Edwards | Contributing Columnist   As adults we often think back to our childhood comparing ourselves to what we wanted to be growing up and who we are today. Some of us dream of becoming doctors, policemen, teachers or athletes. But no matter what we have become,... + continue reading

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Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com    Avinger Wine Festival promises to offer a variety of participating wineries and vendors for a celebration of wine,  food, art and music. The event will be held Sept. 20 at 460 S. Main St., Highway 49... + continue reading
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By Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   A fight in the early morning hours led to the injury of one woman and the arrest of another, according to Hughes Springs Police Chief Randy Kennedy. “We received a 2 a.m. call of a fight at 102 Goodson... + continue reading
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Marlene J. Bohr mbohr@steelcountrybee.com   Residents in the Hughes Springs Independent School District area will not see an increase in school taxes for another year. The board of trustees met in a special called meeting Aug. 28 to set the tax... + continue reading
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By Rick Colegrove Special to the Bee   Mustang football's real season kicked off last Friday, with the Queen City Bulldogs coming to town.  Electricity was all... + continue reading

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By Ben Valencia Steel Country Bee Editor bvalencia@campcountynow.com   It seems that wearing a mask and buying a million cases of hand-sanitizer isn't such a bad idea... + continue reading

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By Ben Valencia Steel Country Bee Editor bvalencia@campcountynow.com   For the past two years, A. Hanan has been serving up pizza and subs in Avinger with a... + continue reading