Police Week

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The Hopkins County Marine Corps League Friday morning honored local law enforcement for Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week, as proclaimed by President Donald Trump. Members of Sulphur Springs Police Department, Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office, EMS and fire departments and county officials attended the ceremony at the square and veterans memorial in Sulphur Springs during which all flags were lowered to half-mast.