Hospital Approves Deficit Budget
Aug27

Hospital Approves Deficit Budget

Prior to voting for a deficit budget and a tax rate increase, Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board member Suzanne Bankston said she was unhappy. She said she would vote for the budget as the very best that they could do but she added the board needed to look for major ways to make major revisions in the budget. Ms. Bankston said the board needed to determine what services they could deliver and which ones might be best done by...

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Triston Abron Wildcat Defensive Co-ordinator
Aug26

Triston Abron Wildcat Defensive Co-ordinator

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Matt Young Wildcat Offensive Co-ordinator
Aug26

Matt Young Wildcat Offensive Co-ordinator

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Rogers and Mulberry Streets Reconstruction Next
Aug11

Rogers and Mulberry Streets Reconstruction Next

Listen to the interview with Marc Maxwell. A city of Sulphur Springs street crew made a first concrete pour as they worked on rebuilding Rogers Street between Connally and Van Sickle Monday. They started at 4 a.m. using portable light to see. That keeps them out of the hot afternoons when concrete dries very rapidly. Rogers and Mulberry streets are being rebuilt with new sewer and water lines using mostly a USDA grant. The work crew...

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Allison Irvin Talks About the Teams Progress
Aug11

Allison Irvin Talks About the Teams Progress

Listen to the interview with Allison Irvin. New Lady Cats Volleyball Coach Allison Irvin learned a lot about her team from a pair of scrimmages last Friday and Saturday. Coach Irvin said she learned some strengths of the team and also some areas that needed work. The best scrimmage for the Lady Cats was Friday at home against Cumby and Commerce. After a nervous start, Coach Irvin said the team rallied and did a good job with...

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VBS at Central Baptist

Listen to the interview. Central Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs is having Vacation Bible School next week Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until noon each day. The public is invited to send their children entering the first through the fifth grades. The children will rotate between areas offering snacks, bounce houses and games, bible teaching featuring Jamie Newell and one for making items for church ministry outreach groups....

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Blue Blazes Camp
Jul24

Blue Blazes Camp

Listen to the interview. The Sulphur Springs High School Blue Blazes are offering their first ever summer dance camp next week in the High School Cafeteria. It will run Monday through Wednesday. Girls entering Kindergarten through 5th grades will be camp each day from 9 a.m. until noon while girls in Middle School will have camp from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. each day. Cost is $45. Girls can be pre-registered or can be registered on site....

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Pinkie Cooper to Retire
Jul24

Pinkie Cooper to Retire

A longtime key person at the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office, bookkeeper Pinkie Cooper, is retiring but you will still see her around the office some. Pinkie will continue to work part time as an Executive Consultant to train her replacement. Ms. Cooper, a native of Pickton, has been with the Sheriff’s Office for 25 years. She has worked for three sheriffs: Bill Dirks, Mark Bassham and Butch Adams. She has also been a mother figure...

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Fire Update
Jul16

Fire Update

Listen to the Interview with Captain David James Sulphur Springs Fire Department Captain David James gave updates on three fires the department fought over the weekend. A man who received serious burns to his lower legs and a hand in a Rockdale Road fire is said to be doing better in the Parkland Burns Unit. James said the fire appeared to be accidental. He called a fire at a vacant house in the 900 block of College suspicious. James...

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Fire Update
Jul15

Fire Update

Listen to the don Julian Interview on the fires in Hopkins County and an update on the man that was...

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