Dublin Elementary students and their families once again showed their support of their neighbors in need by gathering more than 1,000 items during the annual food drive. On Friday, these items were loaded (with the assistance of many eager Dublin students) by Dublin Goodfellows and volunteers on…
Erath County officials reported 27 new cases of COVID-19 in the report from Wednesday night (Nov. 18). Sixteen of these new positive cases were from within the city limits of Stephenville, four were from Dublin and 7 were from rural parts of Erath County.   Total deaths since March stand at 20 to…
It was revealed that local sales tax collections continued to trend higher for Dublin in 2020 than 2019 when Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced state sales tax revenue for Oct. 2019. Dublin received more than $7,500 more in sales tax collections during Oct.. 2020 than Oct. 2019, thanks in…
The Dublin Citizen will be closed Thursday, Nov. 26 and Friday, Nov. 27 in recognition of the Thanksgiving holiday. The office will reopen Monday and no deadlines will be affected by the closure. The Citizen staff wishes everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving. — Citizen staff report
In an effort to follow current social distancing guidelines, The Erath County victim services staff will virtually host the 19th Annual Tree of Angels on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020. The video link will be posted to the Erath County website at www.co.erath.tx.us. The Tree of Angels is a time for victims…
“Everything brought us here,” said Dublin City Secretary Melissa Minor, who was approved to the position by the city Council on Nov. 16. “Dublin has a sense of community that’s really spectacular,” she added. “As soon as we moved here, we could see that people really cared.” Melissa and her…
Dublin PD and all of Erath’s law agencies are asking the community to help them bring Christmas to kids in need. Dublin Police Chief Cameron Ray reported that he and his officers were talking about what they could to do to help out kids in the community mere hours before being contacted by DPS…
I had a chance to talk with someone in north Texas that is a railroad engineer. I have always wondered what that might be like. He took the time to tell me what it is like driving the big engines and riding the rails. When someone is the engineer of a train he can see things that most people will…
Mechanical skills run in Matt Hudgpeth’s family. “My dad was a mechanic, my grandfather was one, his dad was one, and my great grandfather owned a Ford dealership in Kermit, Texas,” he said. “That job is in my blood. I grew up around it.” Hudgpeth’s father owned the shop next to the Brookshire…
Comanche Chief The Comanche Chamber of Commerce released a statement that informed citizens that the “Explore Comanche Christmas” events have been cancelled this year. The Chamber came to this decision due to COVID-19 and the everchanging guidelines. “We are deeply saddened that the Lighted…
Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) today announced the guiding principles for Texas’ COVID-19 vaccine allocation process, which will serve as a foundation for the state’s initial distribution for COVID-19 vaccines expected as early as next month. These…
It was revealed that local sales tax collections continued to trend higher for Dublin in 2020 than…
In an effort to follow current social distancing guidelines, The Erath County victim services staff…
“Everything brought us here,” said Dublin City Secretary Melissa Minor, who was approved to the…
Dublin Elementary students and their families once again showed their support of their neighbors in need by gathering more than 1,000 items during the annual food drive. On Friday, these items were loaded (with the assistance of many eager Dublin students) by Dublin Goodfellows and volunteers on to a trailer for delivery to the First United Methodist Food Pantry.
Erath County officials reported 27 new cases of COVID-19 in the report from Wednesday night (Nov. 18). Sixteen of these new positive cases were from within the…
Dublin Seniors Citizens Center volunteers (above) and Erath County Humane Society volunteers were among the many vendors set up at the Wright Historic Park…
Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) today announced the guiding principles for Texas’ COVID-19 vaccine allocation…
BROWNWOOD GOOD. Water slightly stained; 67 degrees; 2.43 low. Largemouth bass are fair with skirted jigs and spinners in 3-12’ near creeks, rocky shorelines,…
Dublin High School runner Jilt DeBoer claimed the 14th spot out of124 runners in state cross country competition Monday.  
Double N Cowboy Church on Highway 6 between Dublin and Hico hosted several riders for a family funday Saturday. The Church’s arena offers the event regularly…
Thanksgiving 2020 is upon us. The Dublin Public Library will be closed November 25-30 for the holiday. The library is open Tuesday-Friday 12 p.m.-5 p.m. Be…
During this unprecedented year we’ve been introduced to a number of words, phrases and terms, many of which we’re eager to erase from our memories. The year…
When he was young, Jeremy Farr idolized truck drivers. “I was that little kid out there standing by the road pumping his arm for truckers,” he said. Now, Farr…
Lazaro Chacon Alvarado, 64, passed away on November 18, 2020 in Arlington, Texas. Lazaro was born on December 17, 1955 to his parents Antonino Chacon and…
Robert Benjamin Sohm, 77, passed away October 17, 2020 in Fort Worth. Funeral Service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, November 21, 2020 at the Stephenville…
Wilma Christine Burleson Moncrief, 86, passed away on November 9, 2020 in Granbury, Texas. Wilma was born on February 5, 1934 to her parents Marvin L. Burleson…