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Burn Ban was removed for Erath County on Monday, April 14!
Commissioners will re-evaluate the ban at next meeting on April 28

Community Calendar

 

Thursday, April 24
Freshman Orientation Mtg. and Supper
6:30 p.m. - DHS Cafeteria

Friday, April 25
CWJC Spring Fundraiser Luau
6 p.m. - Stephenville City Park Pavilion

Saturday, April 26
Book Club
1 p.m. - Dublin Public Library
Erath Co. Genealogy Society Meeting
2 p.m. - Dublin Public Library
Singing Supper
6 p.m. - Charity Full Gospel Church

Monday, April 28
EDC Meeting
5:30 p.m. - 111 S. Patrick

Tuesday, April 29
Candidate Forum
6 p.m. - 407 N. Camden

Thursday, April 24
National Day of Prayer
DABC Athletic Banquet
6 p.m. - Dublin High School





BELOW ARE STORIES FEATURED IN THE

April 24, 2014 ISSUE

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Remains thought to belong to DHS alum
Skeletal remains found in the cab of a pickup that had been in Lake Granbury are believed to be those of Helen Holladay, who has been missing since September 1979, Sheriff Roger Deeds confirmed Friday morning.
(Editor’s Note: Holladay was a member of the Dublin High School Class of 1951 while living in a nearby community. She may be remembered by locals under her maiden name of Helen Tatum which she kept until her first marriage, after which she was known as Helen Boatwright.)

Chamber hosting Candidate Forum
With early voting for the city elections beginning next Monday, the Dublin Chamber of Commerce is giving Dublin residents a chance to hear from the competitors in a Candidate Forum on Tuesday, April 29 at 6 p.m. in the former Dublin Jr. High Auditorium (407 N. Camden).

Dublin ISD honors students, teachers
Dublin School board, meeting in regular monthly session Monday, honored a large number of students including a state champion, along with passing a resolution in recognition of teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week May 5-9.

Farmers war for guar payments
“Everything was going fine, but it turned sour,” Dubliner Don Keith said of his experience in growing guar.
Keith, along with his brother, Robert, are among six Erath and Comanche farmers who grew the crop on consignment for West Texas Guar based in Brownfield last year and have yet to be paid.

Winter hurts Texas pecan production
Pecan production statewide was damaged by at least 25 percent from this winter’s hard freezes, with many crops experiencing total loss, state and local officials confirmed this week. The outlook for Texas fruit yields is still pending, they said, but so far not looking much better.



Candiadates speak out, trackletes head to Regional, Emergency Preparedness Section and Much More!

Turning Back The Pages
100 YEARS AGO
April 24, 1914

A horse and buggy belonging to a son of F.H. Henessee of the Greens Creek country disappeared from the Greens Creek Methodist Church.
The following day, the sheriff was notified of a man enroute to Desdemona who offered a handsome horse and buggy for $50.
Data compiled by the United States Department of Agriculture showed that rural school attendance in communities with improved highways was much higher than in localities where bad roads existed.
Reports showed 84 percent where good roads compared with 64 percent in states where roads are bad. Census reports 58 percent of Texas children attend school.

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