Barbara Lee Hunt McRee
Sep18

Barbara Lee Hunt McRee

Graveside service for Barbara Lee Hunt McRee, age 84, of Emory, will be held on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, at 2:00 pm, in Restland Cemetery in Dallas. Rev. Pete Adrian will officiate. She was born in Santa Rita, New Mexico, on Jan. 19, 1930, to George Rhyner and Barbara Smith Hunt. She married Kenneth O. McRee in Dallas on Oct. 27, 1968.Mrs. McRee retired after some 30 years with “Ma Bell” telephone company in Dallas....

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Luis Felipe Coronado-Moreno Charged With Intoxication Assault
Sep18

Luis Felipe Coronado-Moreno Charged With Intoxication Assault

A 24-year old Sulphur Springs man was charged with three counts of intoxication assault and one count of causing an accident involving serious bodily injury after a one-vehicle accident Tuesday night. JP Ronny Glossup set bonds totaling $40,000 for Luis Felipe Coronado-Moreno. The accident occurred on FM 71 just inside the county line right before 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Three persons, an adult and two children, were taken to hospitals by...

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Wildcats Team Tennis Squad Hopeful
Sep18

Wildcats Team Tennis Squad Hopeful

The Wildcats Team Tennis Squad was defeated 19-0 by #4 rated Texas High Tuesday in Sulphur Springs. Nevertheless Wildcats Tennis Coach Tony Martinez was glad to hear many of the players say the played their best tennis yet against the Tigers. At 0-3 in district with losses also to Longview and Hallsville, the road should get a little easier Saturday as the Wildcats travel to Longview to play Pine Tree in the morning and Marshall in...

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Lady Cats’ Volleyball Team Wins District Match
Sep18

Lady Cats’ Volleyball Team Wins District Match

The Lady Cats’ volleyball team captured an important district match on the road Tuesday night as they defeated Greenville, 3-2. The Lady Cats took the first two sets only to see the Lady Lions take the next two. The Lady Cats recovered to win a close fifth set and the match. The win evened the Lady Cats district record at 1-1. The Lady Cats, now 13-11 for the season, will travel to Longview Friday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.

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Giving back For Gary Mac
Sep18

Giving back For Gary Mac

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Sgt. Brad Cummings and County DARE Officer Kelly Wiser have produced a music and comedy show to benefit Sheriff’s Patrol Lt. Gary McLarry. Lt. McLarry is in the late stages of renal failure and needs a kidney transplant. Giving Back For Larry Mac will take place Friday at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center Auditorium. Monty Tipps and Main Street is the headline act along with Sgt. Cummings, Tom Glossup, Tisscha...

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Judge Newsom Proclaims Constitution Week in Hopkins County
Sep18

Judge Newsom Proclaims Constitution Week in Hopkins County

Wednesday morning, Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom read a proclamation making the next week Constitution Week in the county. Judge Newsom called the Constitution, adopted 227 years ago, one of two great documents along with the Declaration of Independence that support our country. Judge Newsom presented the proclamation to members of the Captain David Phillips Chapter of the Daughters of the American...

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Lady Cats Cross Country Team Finishes First
Sep17

Lady Cats Cross Country Team Finishes First

The Lady Cats’ cross country team finished first at a Hallsville sponsored meet in Longview’s Lear Park last Friday. Myranda Pierce out kicked everyone over the last 150 meters to take first individually. Jacob Gatewood was the top Wildcat finisher getting 8th place. The Wildcats got sixth place. Both teams will run at Wylie Saturday....

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Coach Abron Reflects on Whitehouse
Sep17

Coach Abron Reflects on Whitehouse

Wildcats Defensive Coordinator Triston Abron says Whitehouse added some wrinkles to their offense last Friday night. He says they used two backs and successfully ran the football. They also went to an up-tempo pace at times. Coach Abron says the defense must learn how to make adjustments to wrinkles. He calls last Friday night’s game a big learning experience. He says the defensive weaknesses are fixable adding they will be working on...

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Coach Young Reflects on Whitehouse
Sep17

Coach Young Reflects on Whitehouse

Wildcats Offensive Coordinator Matt Young was disappointed by some of what he saw last Friday night at Whitehouse. There were four turnovers on interceptions and four false starts. Coach Young says those are things that keep you from winning and they’ll be worked on this week during the off week. Coach Young also says the Wildcats need to throw and catch better. During the two losses, the Wildcats passing game has been stymied forcing...

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Little Cheer Camp for the Kids

The Sulphur Springs High School Cheerleaders will have their Little Cheer Clinic on Saturday morning at the High School Gym and Cafeteria. It’s designed for girls in pre-K through sixth grade. Current Cheerleaders from the freshmen through varsity will teach the young girls a cheer, a dance and a chant. The event culminates with a pep rally performance for parents. Current Captain Kelsey Kaufert and Co-Captain Chandler Silman fondly...

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