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Sabine County Beekeepers will meet Monday, March 2 at 6:30 pm at Sabine County Chamber of Commerce (125 N. Texas Street on the square in downtown Hemphill). We meet the first Monday of every month to discuss all aspects of beekeeping. If you are interested in finding out what we are all abou…

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March 1 is right around the corner and you know what that means!  Azalea Festival time!!!  Make plans to come out and enjoy arts and crafts, Mooney's Fun Jumps, the game guy, jam, jelly and honey contest, live entertainment by TRICKSHOT, martial arts demo as well as the announcement of the M…

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Texas Street, and Oak Street are both two way but only one vehicle can travel down the roadway at a time. There are a couple of options but no one has acted on either. 

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Mrs. Betty Oglesbee gave a brief update as the plan to renovate the park in San Augustine comes together. The park will include a splash pad. This is going to be a beautiful addition for the children in our county, she said. Daily News will be following up as the project continues. Mrs. Ogle…

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He prescribed me two tomatoes, everyday for the rest of my life. The Doctor recommended a nap in the afternoons, because by nature I'm going to be very busy and would need one. He went on to advise me that every single medicine was poison of some sort, and all should be taken with caution. M…

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Hemphill citizen Cliff Young requested a bit of help from the city on a road behind his business. Young submitted a photo of the situation.

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NACOGDOCHES COUNTY – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is investigating an incident that occurred this morning on US 259, resulting in the death of a Nacogdoches man, about twelve miles north of Nacogdoches. 

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Mr. Neal Murphy would be delighted to assist anyone looking for documents from San Augustine County as far back as 1815 on the database located inside the historic 1919 Jail Museum. Even those in Spanish have been translated. What a treasure...search if you dare. Murphy says quite a few skel…