Racking Up World Domination

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Cameron Cummings is a chip off the old block — well, cube, that is. The 15-year-old, known as Ice Cube, learned to play billiards from his dad, Jamie, who goes

Music Legacy Lives On

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McKay’s Music Company is under new ownership, but the store’s legacy will live on following the name change. The store has served musicians in Northeast Texas since it was established

‘Freedom is Never Free’

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A new addition to the Hopkins County Veterans Memorial was unveiled and dedicated Saturday, just in time for Veterans Day. The new sculpture, in honor of disabled veterans, features a

Serving Veterans

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Operation Victor Echo Tango is the “dream child” of Chris Wilburn, his wife, Amy, and partner in the organization said. The couple started OVET in 2017 as a nonprofit with

Votes from November election certified

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The Hopkins County Commissioners Court met for a special session Friday morning to certify the results of the Nov. 5 election. County Clerk Tracy Smith presented the results to the
Cameron Cummings demonstrates intense concentration during a practice session at Rack and Break in Sulphur Springs ahead of his trip to Cyprus near Greece for the World Junior 9-Ball Championships. Staff photo by Tammy Vinson

Racking Up World Domination

Cameron Cummings is a chip off the old block — well, cube, that is. The 15-year-old, known as Ice Cube, learned to play billiards from his dad, Jamie, who goes
It was just beginning to turn dusky dark on the afternoon of Oct. 20, and Jim Crockett of Brock was in his happy place doing what he loves. Standing on
Five judges sampled 19 pots of chili Thursday before awarding certificates and trophies to the winners of the third annual Chili Cook-off at the Sulphur…
M.Y. Heroes athletic group with the North Lamar County Contenders met at Classic Lanes in Sulphur Springs Saturday, Nov. 9 to bowl in competition to honor…
Miller Grove and Sulphur Bluff faced off in a battle for Hopkins County dominance at the regional quarterfinals Tuesday night held at Sulphur Springs High…
Texas History Col. William T. Johnson, the powerful promoter who turned rodeos into a big business, was blindsided by a cowboy walkout minutes before a show…
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Fred White, 71, of Pawhuska, Oklahoma died Sunday, Nov. 11. White was born to Wanda and Fred White in 1948. He served in Vietnam with the Marines. He is…
Henry Alfred Echeverio, “Mr. E.”, was born April 15, 1930 in New York City, New York. Hank passed away peacefully at his home from natural causes on Nov. 13,…
A private memorial Service for family and friends for Jack Dunavin, 67, of Yantis will be held at a later date. Jack passed away Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 at…
Members of the Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance are sprucing up their doorsteps, windows and sidewalks to get into the fall feel of the cooler…