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FM 2642 At I-30 Closed; Will Affect Travel to District Football/Volleyball Games
Aug14

FM 2642 At I-30 Closed; Will Affect Travel to District Football/Volleyball Games

As Wildcat football season begins, local fans will want to take note of the closure of FM 2642 at I-30. The Farm to Market Road would be the exit for Royse City High School and football field.  The Wildcats travel to Royse City Friday, September 21st in a District match up. PARIS – Texas Department of Transportation officials today reminded motorists, pedestrians and other travelers that there is no access across Interstate Highway 30...

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School Board Approves Grant Funded Purchase of Hot Spots As They Prepare for New School Year
Aug14

School Board Approves Grant Funded Purchase of Hot Spots As They Prepare for New School Year

Sulphur Springs School Board made preparations for the start of a new school year Monday night during their regular session. A grant written by Superintendent Michael Lamb designed to loan students’ equipment necessary to access digital technology when they are away from school was approved. Starting with the high school, 190 hot spots will be available for check out through the high school library. Five hot spots will be available...

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SSISD Board Approves Personnel Changes
Aug14

SSISD Board Approves Personnel Changes

During their Monday, August 14, 2018 regular session, Sulphur Springs School Board approved personnel changes: Retirement Wanda Whitmore                    Custodian                                Administration Building Resignations Jim Bayuk                               Chief of Police                         Dist-wide Audra Latimer                         Science Teacher                     High School Zearlene...

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SCU Investigation Results in Arrest of Local Woman
Aug14

SCU Investigation Results in Arrest of Local Woman

Special Crimes Unit began an investigation into the possession and sale of methamphetamine by Monica Renee Millan, 24, of Sulphur Springs. During the investigation, SCU observed Millan in the 1300 block of South League Street and made contact to arrest based on two warrants. During the arrest, she produced a clear plastic bag containing a crystal like substance believed to be methamphetamine. The substance weighed 5.47 grams including...

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Winnsboro Police Department Report August 6-12, 2018
Aug14

Winnsboro Police Department Report August 6-12, 2018

Winnsboro Police made two arrests, investigated one minor injury accident, responded to 173 calls for service, issued 44 citations and wrote 44 warnings during the report period August 6-12, 2018. John Spencer, 36, of Portland, Oregon, was arrested August 6th on multiple Winnsboro Municipal Court Warrants. John Lopez, 21, of Winnsboro, was arrested August 6th on a Nolan County Warrant. A vehicle pedestrian accident August 9th at the...

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Tuesday Forecast
Aug14

Tuesday Forecast

30% chance of showers and thunderstorms; High: 89; Low: 76; Wind: South,  southwest 10-15...

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Channel 18, Monday, August 13, 2018
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Wildcat Varsity Football Opens Practice Monday Afternoon
Aug13

Wildcat Varsity Football Opens Practice Monday Afternoon

The Wildcats’ varsity football team opens practice for this season Monday afternoon (August 13) at the Multipurpose Building. Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens said the initial workout would get started at around 5 p.m. He said he was still pondering whether to have practice indoors or out. The Wildcats will be pointing toward their first and only scrimmage at home against Liberty-Eylau on August 23 at Gerald Prim Stadium....

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Gilbert Sentenced to 55 Years in Prison for Murder of Pryor
Aug13

Gilbert Sentenced to 55 Years in Prison for Murder of Pryor

Monday at noon, 17-year old Gavin Heath Gilbert was sentenced to 55 years in prison for the murder of 18-year old Tyrese Pryor. No fine was assessed. The range of punishment for first degree murder is 5 years to life. The Hopkins County Jury had found Gilbert guilty Friday morning of last week and heard closing arguments in the sentencing phase this Monday morning. Defense Attorney Frank Long argued age and an act of passion in the...

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Commissioners Proclaim 2018 Sesquicentennial Year of Celebration Honoring Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist Church; Nix Burn Ban at This Time
Aug13

Commissioners Proclaim 2018 Sesquicentennial Year of Celebration Honoring Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist Church; Nix Burn Ban at This Time

WHEREAS, We, the people of Hopkins County, in the sight of our Lord Jesus Christ, celebrate and honor His people, the former and present members of Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist Church of Sulphur Springs, Texas for one hundred, fifty years of service to Him; and  WHEREAS, In 1868 God gave a group of innovative trailblazers, a vision to help establish a permanent place of worship, which began in Old Tarrant, Texas and was named Old...

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