2 people earn diplomas through online program

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7 total have done same

  • Catrina Meeks (left) is all smiles as she stands with library director Hope Cain (right) after receiving her high school diploma Tuesday evening. Staff photos by Tammy Vinson
    Catrina Meeks (left) is all smiles as she stands with library director Hope Cain (right) after receiving her high school diploma Tuesday evening. Staff photos by Tammy Vinson
  • Sarah Rodriguez (left) received the City National Bank Scholarship in addition to her high school diploma at commencement exercises Tuesday evening at the Sulphur Springs Public Library. Mayor John Sellers presented Rodriguez with the scholarship.
    Sarah Rodriguez (left) received the City National Bank Scholarship in addition to her high school diploma at commencement exercises Tuesday evening at the Sulphur Springs Public Library. Mayor John Sellers presented Rodriguez with the scholarship.
Two Sulphur Springs women are now the latest Career Online High School graduates after their commencement ceremony Tuesday evening at the Sulphur Springs Public Library. Catrina Meek and Sarah Rodriguez make up the third graduating class since the library began offering the program in 2017. As of Tuesday, seven Hopkins County residents have earned accredited high school diplomas. Meek came into…

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