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Homecoming Crowns

Right: Como-Pickton Homecoming Queen Carol Nabors was crowned before the game against Trenton Friday. Her father, Ronnie, stands alongside her.

Community unites to support crash victims and families

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Supporters from Yantis to Cooper are finding themselves standing together as the Sulphur Springs community mourns the loss of two beloved Sulphur Springs moms who died late Friday night in a tragic

LEAPin’ for Education

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Sulphur Springs eighth graders Byrn Ibarra (right) and Jefferson Bonilla (center) speak to Sulphur Springs Fire Department driver Jay Stonaker at the Youth Learning Endorsements and Professions (LE

4 named to Cumby’s homecoming court

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CUMBY — Four seniors have been named candidates for Cumby High School’s 2019 Homecoming king and queen. The following are profiles for each: Carly Talley is the 17-year-old daughter of

4 named as candidates for Homecoming queen

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COMO — Four young ladies have been named candidates for Como-Pickton High School’s 2019 Homecoming queen. All candidates are seniors, and the following are profiles for each. Carol Nabors is

Parade to kick off autumn activities

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Fall traditions in Sulphur Springs: carnival, stew and parade. The annual Fall Festival parade will leave Buford Park at 10 a.m. Saturday (today) on the traditional route down Houston Street

Cumby ISD holds forum

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Nearly 60 community members gathered Thursday, Oct. 17 as part of a public forum on Cumby ISD’s proposed bond election on Nov. 5 for $6.2 million to fund repairs to

State and local issues on election ballot

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Early voting for Texans starts Monday, Oct. 21. There are 10 proposed amendments to the state constitution and, depending on where in Hopkins County, several local issues on which citizens
Tyrik Rollison, Class of 2009

Four past SSHS athletes chosen for induction

Two offensive record setters that helped lead the Sulphur Springs Wildcats to the 2008 state football championship, the school’s top basketball scorer and an all-around athlete from the 1950s will
Meal A Day serves lunch for $2 a plate 10-11:30 a.m. at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizens Center, 150 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. The menu for the week,…
PARIS — The Paris Junior College Board of Regents learned that the majority of Student Achievement Targets, based on 2018 data, show largely good news. A…
Sulphur Springs | Football Sulphur Springs won both sub-varsity games played Thursday and split a pair of eighth grade contests Tuesday. In Thursday night…
Cross Country The Sulphur Bluff girls finished third as a team in Oct. 9 district action and will advance to the regional tournament Oct. 28 in Dallas. Team…
Sulphur Springs | Golf Sulphur Springs golf teams took first and fourth places in Wildcat Invitational tournament play Monday, Oct. 14 at Sulphur Springs…
Texas History Rather than go to prison, Vice President Spiro Agnew resigned on Oct. 10, 1973 and gave Richard Nixon a second chance to replace him with a…
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Beryl Rae Hendrickson Leber, 76, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019 at Hopkins Place in Sulphur Springs, Texas. She was born Aug. 12, 1943 in Ft. Dodge, Iowa…
Chris Davis, 59, of Dike, Texas, passed away Oct. 17, 2019 after a courageous battle with cancer surrounded by family at home. He was born Jan. 25, 1960 in…
After braving years of illness, Tommy C. Turner, 67, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019, at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville. He was born Oct. 1,…
As any reader can attest, a good story can transport someone to another world. Such is the case with the latest production at the Main Street Theater, “The…