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Pat’s fun extends to Dublin Airport

St. Patrick’s Day guests will once again be coming by land and air with the gyrocopter pilots joined by some future pilots in a group with a very prestigious heritage.

This group is the Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots, a 90-year-old organization that was founded ...

2019-03-15 17:07 open_in_new
St. Pat’s starts March 14

This week will have Dubliners and guests seeing green as the annual St. Patrick’s festivities begin tonight with the Little Miss Dublin Pageant at 7 p.m. in the Dublin Intermediate Cafeteria.

After the youngest winner is crowned, Jr. Miss and Miss Dublin will be picked Friday night in a ...

2019-03-14 23:16 open_in_new
City Park Transformed

T he public is invited to a “Pennies for the Park” dedication at the Dublin City Park, marking the completion of Dublin’s part of the $150,000 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department matching grant that is giving the park a new face and functionality.

“It fits so well and we’re that ...

2019-03-14 23:16 open_in_new
Vapes pose problems for youth

“In my 32 years, this may be the worst scourge in usage,” said Dublin ISD Superintendent Rodney Schneider. “They’re marketed so heavily as good things.”

Schneider was referring to e-cigarettes, which have started appearing at Dublin Secondary School, prompting an informational ...

2019-03-14 23:16 open_in_new
Mrs. Dykowski... enjoys the springish

Sickness and cold weather has kept the girls and I indoors way more than we would prefer for the past couple of months.

So with everyone finally well and a little warm weather last week, we took every opportunity to get outside.

Darci has discovered a few new favorite outdoor ...

2019-03-14 23:16 open_in_new
One Reporter's Ramblings: Playground perils

While discussing how much safer playground equipment has become with co-workers recently, I recalled how different my playground was.

We even had a “quarry.” Adults might have called it a bunch of big rocks.

Being in San Marcos, our school bordered some undeveloped land and had ...

2019-03-14 23:16 open_in_new
STEELE

A funeral service for Frances Louise Steele was Saturday, March 9 at Harrell Memorial Chapel with burial following at Hanson Cemetery. Visitation was Friday night, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Harrell Funeral Home.

Frances, 87, died on March 5, 2019.

She was born on Jan. 3, 1932, in Proctor, ...

2019-03-14 23:16 open_in_new
PRINGLE

With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of Leigha Skye Pringle, 24, of Dublin. She was born in San Antonio, Texas, to her father, Clayton Pringle, and mother, Kristyen Diane (Skipper) Cantero. Leigha graduated high school and was employed as a certifiednursingassistant for DeLeon Nursing ...

2019-03-14 23:16 open_in_new
Clean-up day set Saturday

A clean-up day has been set Saturday, March 2 to prepare downtown Dublin for the annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities.

Dublin Historical Museum President and volunteer Ben Pate is asking volunteers to gather at the Corner Lot gazebo at 9 a.m. Work will continue to noon.

He is ...

2019-03-01 23:25 open_in_new
Future pilots join Pat’s festivities

St. Patrick’s Day guests will once again be coming by land and air with the gyrocopter pilots joined by some future pilots in a group with a very prestigious heritage.

This group is the Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots, a 90-year-old organization that was founded ...

2019-03-01 23:25 open_in_new
Dropbox aimed at drug danger

A large green box now sits in the entryway to the Dublin Police Department, offering a year-round solution for the community to dispose of unneeded prescription medications.

The box is provided at no cost thanks to a partnership between Dublin PD and the Erath County Community Coalition ...

2019-03-01 23:25 open_in_new
Mrs. Dykowski... cherishes the benefit of true friendships

I was talking recently to a couple of my go-to l a d i e s ab o u t housekeeping and the tasks that we don’t get around to.

We confessed to one another our struggles and agreed that none of us is good at staying on top of the laundry.

I can’t tell you how relieved I was to hear ...

2019-03-01 23:25 open_in_new
Lions struggle against Clyde

Dublin’s bats were off to a slow start on Friday when the team fell to Clyde, 13-3. Jared Ricks hit a double in the last inning, made a steal and scored a run.

Kevin Cervantes found home twice late in the game, once off a walk and once after hitting a single and stealing ...

2019-02-22 23:25 open_in_new
LISD approves $6.7M bond vote

The Lingleville school board approved a $6.75 million bond election Feb. 14 to address the construction of a 25,074 square-foot building to house a larger, modern cafeteria, 10 classrooms including a modern junior high lab, offices and a unified entrance to increase school security.

The ...

2019-02-22 22:22 open_in_new
Softball wins first of season

The Lady Lions won the first game of their season Saturday, also falling to two teams this week.

PW 20, Dublin 1

The girls played Perrin-White on Monday, losing 20-1.

Lessly Robles hit a single, scored a run and stole three bases.

Letty Perez hit a double.

PW 8, JV ...

2019-02-22 22:22 open_in_new
Strawn fi nishes Cards

TheLinglevilleCardinals ended their season in Dublin on Monday night, 61-48, when they took on the Strawn Greyhounds in the first round of playoffs.

The Cardinals and Greyhounds played a tight game in the beginning, leading to a 29-26 score in Strawn’s favor at the half.

The ...

2019-02-22 22:22 open_in_new
Mrs. Dykowski... has ‘Frozen’ fever

We’ve finally put the flu behind us, but a new fever is sweeping the Dykowski house.

Last week Audrey watched “Frozen” for the first time.

She loved it.

Darci has been a fan for years now, but Audrey is finally big enough to share her enthusiasm.

They are a great ...

2019-02-22 22:22 open_in_new