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TIRA NEWS April 21, 2017

William and Joyce Dodd had Easter lunch at their house on Sunday. Those attending included Michael McNiel; Brad, Tanya and Matthew Dodd; Stuart, Tiffany, Tristan, Emery, Elli and Edon McPherson; and Alyssa, Gavin and Ethan Shelton. The kids enjoyed an Easter egg hunt in the afternoon. 

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TIRA NEWS April 14, 2017

Regina Payton is spending a few days visiting her mom, Martha Payton.

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TIRA NEWS April 7, 2017

Tira Council Members Joyce Dodd, Tami Joslin, Sherry Smiddy, Yvonne Weir and I,  City Secretary Jan Vaughn, met North Hopkins ag teacher Christin Daugherty, Superintendent Dr. Darin Jolly and incoming Principal Brian Lowe at North Hopkins School on Friday, March 31, to pick up the food pantry that FFA students made. We appreciate them providing the labor for the project. We are working toward getting the pantry up and going soon. We want to express our gratitude to Judy Moore, with the ReachOut Program, for helping with donations of food items for the project. 

The North Hopkins FFA Stew and Auction is scheduled for Thursday, April 27, at 6 p.m. Make plans to come out and support the students and have some good food and fun.

Yvonne Weir reports, “Sarah Therault, Lucas and friend Brandon spent Saturday [April 1] with the Weirs. They enjoyed feeding the fish and playing outside.”

Destri, Eben, Mena, Emmy and Nicolaas arrived this past Friday night for a visit with Destri's parents, Robert and Yvonne Weir. Destri and Eben left on Saturday for a date and the kids stayed with “YaYa and Papa” until Sunday. Dustin Weir and his niece, Maria, came on Saturday and spent the night. Dakota and Wes were also there. Their guests left on Sunday and, Yvonne comments, “It was a quiet house.” Robert and Yvonne ate in Cooper on Thursday, where they ran into Rick and Judy Petty and had a nice visit with them.

Our great-grandsons Rylan, Brailon and Slaiden spent Friday night and Saturday with us, while their parents worked on remodeling their bathroom. Tiffany Vaughn and daughter Jaidyn attended a vacation Bible school workshop in Longview on Saturday. That night, Chip, Tiffany and I enjoyed barbecue and live music at Fat Boy's in Cooper. 

I always need and appreciate input from my friends to help keep me informed of news in our community. If you have any news pertaining to Tira residents, past or present, please contact me, Jan Vaughn, at 903-945-2190 or 903-438-6688 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

TIRA NEWS March 17, 2017

TIRA NEWS

By JAN VAUGHN

I heard from an area resident, Paula Wiser, who reported that they have a family friend who is suffering with what seems to be poison in her blood caused from a kidney stone. Paula’s mother has been friends with the McDonald family, of Dallas for about 65 years. The Wiser family is requesting “abundant prayers,” because their friend “isn’t doing well at all.”

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TIRA NEWS March 17, 2017

I heard from an area resident, Paula Wiser, who reported that they have a family friend who is suffering with what seems to be poison in her blood caused from a kidney stone. Paula's mother has been friends with the McDonald family, of Dallas for about 65 years. The Wiser family is requesting “abundant prayers,” because their friend “isn't doing well at all.”

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