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Thursday, May 16
•City Council Meeting
5:30 p.m. - City Hall
Friday, May 17
4:30 p.m. - Dublin Public Library
Saturday, May 18
•Dublin Riding Club Playday
10 a.m. Dublin Arena
•Book Club Meeting
1 p.m. - Dublin Public Library
Sunday, May 19
•Spring Band Conert
3 p.m. - Dublin City Park
6 p.m. - First Baptist Church
Monday, May 20
•Red Hat Society Luncheon
11:30 a.m. Senior Citizen Center
•DISD School Board Meeting
7 p.m. - High School Library
Tuesday, May 21
•NHS Talent Show
6 p.m. - Dublin High School Cafeteria
Wednesday, May 22
•DHS Academic Awards Ceremony
10 a.m.- Dublin High School
BELOW ARE STORIES
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New faces for council, school board
There will be a new look at the Dublin City Council and school board as the result of elections Saturday
Hicks declared ineligible to serve in council
VMike Hicks, who has served two terms on the Dublin City Council and was on the ballot Saturday for re-election, was declared ineligible to serve after 7 p.m. Saturday when the polls were closed by Mayor Becky Norris.
Reunion, Alleyfest return June 8
The annual Dublin Bottling Works celebration is set for Saturday, June 8 and with the return of two other Dublin staples: the Dublin Area Reunion and Alleyfest.
Top grads named
Three local schools have recently announced their top graduates.
Lorissa Sanchez was named Valedictorian and Agapito Huerta Salutatorian of Lingleville High School. Sanchez is the daughter of Juan Sanchez and Jody Whitefield and Huerta is the son of Laura and Agapito Huerta.
Premier High School announced Brendon Johnson as Valedictorian and Victoria Penrod their Salutatorian. Johnson is the son of Chad and Jennifer Ralston and Penrod is the daughter of Darlen Roden.
Cheyney Lusty was named Valedictorian and Rachel DeLeon Salutatorian of Huston Academy. Lusty is the daughter of Dena Williams and Heath Lusty and DeLeon the daughter of Michelle and Chilo DeLeon.
Dublin FFA Awards, law enforcement honored, Relay for Life info and Much More!
Turning Back The Pages
100 YEARS AGO
May 16, 1912
Sheriff Dave Deaton returned from Jacksonville, Florida with W.B. Landrum who was charged with theft and embezzlement. Landrum was back in Erath County where he was lodged in jail after being charged with two indictments, one of theft of over $50, the other with embezzlement over $50 in a transaction of selling stock in an insurance company to Alva Dunn where she claims to have lost between. $1300-$2600.
In coming members sworn into the board of Trustees of the Dublin School District were J.E. Hickman, A.N. Whitten, C.S. Bowden and J.S. Daley.
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