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Retired School Personnel

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Blake Cooper, former superintendent at Commerce ISD, was the guest speaker at the October meeting of the Hopkins-Rains Retired School Personnel.

Take diabetes to heart

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November is National Diabetes Month, a time when communities across the country team up to bring attention to diabetes. In partnership with the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI),

County OKs Green to Civic Center board

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The Hopkins County Commissioners Court met Monday for a regular session, which included approval of a building bid and a possible board appointment, as well as utility easements. Commissioners approved

Council, manager discuss housing

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As part of the city’s ongoing vision discussions, the city council heard a presentation during their regular October meeting by Community Development Director Tory Niewiadomski on the affordability and feasibility

‘Oh, say can you see ...’

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Sulphur Springs students line up at Friday night’s football game at Gerald Prim Stadium before lining up on the field to participate in a patriotic tableau with the Sulphur Springs High School marc

And the jam goes on: 2nd Texafied wows

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The sounds of the bass, keyboards, and even the steel guitar floated over the fences of Heritage Park in Sulphur Springs, as 17 bands took the stage over the course

Marvin Nichols under protest

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It came as little surprise to most that the Texas Water Development Board voted to keep Marvin Nichols Reservoir in the State Water Plan back in 2014, and it is

Blotter Briefs for Oct. 15, 2019

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Alleged stolen car left at Como Dollar General Two women were arrested after a confrontation at Dollar General in Como regarding an alleged stolen vehicle on Saturday at 8:41 p.m,

City, County join for road project

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At their regular session Monday, the Hopkins County Commissioners Court agreed to enter an interlocal agreement with the City of Sulphur Springs for a joint project to test a road