Senior Spotlight

  • North Hopkins ISD senior Hunter McQueen plans to go into the workforce at Grocery Supply before he goes into the military. His most memorable aspect about high school is the welding classes. His favorite activities are hunting, fishing, mudding and working on his truck.
    North Hopkins ISD senior Hunter McQueen plans to go into the workforce at Grocery Supply before he goes into the military. His most memorable aspect about high school is the welding classes. His favorite activities are hunting, fishing, mudding and working on his truck.
  • North Hopkins ISD senior Landry Darling plans to attend the Fire in Texas Training Academy in Sulphur Springs. He enjoyed his ag classes and participating in anything ag-related. His favorite things include working, his truck and making money. Courtesy
    North Hopkins ISD senior Landry Darling plans to attend the Fire in Texas Training Academy in Sulphur Springs. He enjoyed his ag classes and participating in anything ag-related. His favorite things include working, his truck and making money. Courtesy
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Arming for the Future

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Editor's note: As part of a salute to the class of 2020's future police, fire, EMS and military members, the News-Telegram is highlighting graduating seniors of Hopkins County schools.