Drones have been seen all over Dublin recently, and we’ll see them again Sept. 30 at the first Dublin Drone Days at the Dublin Municipal Airport.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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The Dublin Airport is inviting everyone for Dublin Drone Days (or D-Cubed for short) from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday.Organizer Brad Stanford reported the event will be a great opportunity to gauge the... + continue reading
Athlete of the week Kyleigh Bamber pulls back for the kill in Dublin’s home game against state-ranked Peaster Tuesday night.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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State-ranked Peaster beat the Dublin Lions Tuesday in three sets 25-11, 25-11 and 25-10. “The girls dug some hard hit balls and did a good job covering hitters on the block,” head coach Ryan... + continue reading
Jacob Stanley breaks away from a Teague Lion on Friday at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor. The boys fell, 57-7. Stanley made the team’s one touchdown.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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Dublin continued to prepare for an intense regular season by running the gauntlet again in Belton against Teague, falling 57-7.Under the bright lights of Mary Hardin Baylor,  Dublin’s defense... + continue reading
After playing in the Rubgy World Cup, Dublin native Nick James (second from right) came home to help recovery efforts in her hometown of Houston.
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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Dublin High School graduate Nick James had an eventful end to summer. Within the span of mere days, she was playing rugby for the U.S. in a game televised internationally and came back to her Houston... + continue reading
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Sept. 10, a convoy hauling hay left from Double N Cowboy Church to give relief from a small south Texas town reeling from its third flood in five to six years.The town is Deweyville, just outside... + continue reading
Drones have been seen all over Dublin recently, and we’ll see them again Sept. 30 at the first Dublin Drone Days at the Dublin Municipal Airport.
Athlete of the week Kyleigh Bamber pulls back for the kill in Dublin’s home game against state-ranked Peaster Tuesday night.
Jacob Stanley breaks away from a Teague Lion on Friday at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor. The boys fell, 57-7. Stanley made the team’s one touchdown.
After playing in the Rubgy World Cup, Dublin native Nick James (second from right) came home to help recovery efforts in her hometown of Houston.

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09/20/2017
The Lingleville ISD School Board approved the 2017-18 budget and tax rate and addressed dress code concerns in recent meetings. The budget was approved in an Aug. 29 meeting in which board members also voted to accept a tax rate of $1.1142 ($1.04 for Maintenance and Operations, .0742 for Interest and Sinking). That meeting also included... + continue reading
09/07/2017
The Dublin Senior Citizens Center is hosting a membership drive Saturday, Sept. 9. The center at 202 E. Clinton will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Everyone 50 and over is invited to come and become a member for only $10 per year.Saturday’s festivities include dominoes, 42, Mexican Train or those attending can bring their own games to play. There... + continue reading

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09/18/2017
Sept. 10, a convoy hauling hay left from Double N Cowboy Church to give relief from a small south Texas town reeling from its third flood in five to six years.The town is Deweyville, just outside Orange in Newton County. Many of its residents had only just rebuilt following floods in 2016 that had damaged many buildings in the community when the... + continue reading
09/13/2017
For the first time in recent history, Dublin’s varsity boys brought home the gold from the Coleman invitational on Monday for their cross-country speed. Brent Stephen and Tim Teten finished sixth and seventh as individuals in 18:59.5 and 19:20.3, respectively. Angel Escobar placed 11th in 19:37.6.Daniel Escobar and Jeremiah Martinez were... + continue reading
09/13/2017
The Lady Lions fell to Jim Ned in four sets Tuesday night. Dublin won the first set, 25-18, then dropped the next three sets, 25-22, 25-22 and 25-22. Joley Chisholm led in kills and aces in that first set with two and 1, respectively.Jordyn Ricks set four kills in the set, and Kyleigh Bamber scooped five digs. Addison Stout and... + continue reading
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Athlete of the week Kyleigh Bamber pulls back for the kill in Dublin’s home game against state-ranked Peaster Tuesday night.
09/20/2017
State-ranked Peaster beat the Dublin Lions Tuesday in three sets 25-11, 25-11 and 25-10. “The girls dug some hard hit balls and did a good job covering hitters on the block,” head coach Ryan... + continue reading

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09/20/2017
Early in my journalism career, I was a student contributor to my college paper, the Ram Page. The editor, certain I would be a successor to her office, assigned me some of the more difficult,... + continue reading

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In their final game of the season against Sonora, the Lady Lions held nothing back. See more coverage of the game in this week's edition of the Dublin Citizen, which hits stands tomorrow (Wednesday)... + continue reading