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Sulphur Springs FFA Members Recognized For Proficiency, Hard Work
May18

Sulphur Springs FFA Members Recognized For Proficiency, Hard Work

Several students were recognized earlier this week during the annual Sulphur Springs High School FFA Banquet for their successes and hard work. SSHS FFA had eight Leadership Development Teams and 16 students competing n a number of invitational contests as well as district and area contest in the fall. Those teams included: Greenhand Quiz Team – Cash Vititow, Hannah Sells, Brooklyn Burnside, and Beau BankstonChapter Quiz- Breanna...

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Traffic Stop Leads To Warrant Arrest
May18

Traffic Stop Leads To Warrant Arrest

Danny Joe Wade Jr. A traffic stop just before 10 p.m. Friday resulted in a warrant arrest. Danny Joe Wade Jr., 48, of Sulphur Springs was reportedly stopped at 9:52 p.m. on State Highway 11 by Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Chris Sorley for a license plate light violation on the Chevrolet 1500 he was driving. A records check showed Wade to be wanted for violation of probation on a possession of less than 1 gram of a Penalty...

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Man Arrested Following Near Collision on SH 19
May18

Man Arrested Following Near Collision on SH 19

A Sulphur Springs man, 38, was arrested for DWI after nearly crashing into another vehicle with the Chevrolet Silverado he was driving on State Highway 19 late Friday night. Texas Department of Public Safety troopers reported stopping the man just after 11 p.m. May 17 “for a traffic violation after he narrowly missed striking another vehicle head on.” After contacting the driver, the highway patrolman noted the man had...

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Suspected Ecstasy, Marijuana Reportedly Found During I-30 Traffic Stop
May18

Suspected Ecstasy, Marijuana Reportedly Found During I-30 Traffic Stop

Lanorya Shaneka Stokes Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper George Greenway arrested Lanorya Shaneka Stokes, 35, of Fort Worth late Friday night for possession of 1 gram or more but less than 4 grams of a Penalty Group 2 controlled substance, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana and driving while license invalid. Greenway reported stopping a Toyota Camry at 11:25 p.m. May 17 at mile marker 130 for traveling 88 miles per...

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Pittsburg Man Jailed For Alleged Possession of THC wax
May18

Pittsburg Man Jailed For Alleged Possession of THC wax

Jesus Enriquez Jesus Enriquez, 21, of Pittsburg was jailed Friday evening on a controlled substance charge after he was found in possession of THC wax and drug paraphernalia with marijuana residue were found in his vehicle. Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Chris Sorley reported stopping a Honda Accord around 6:30 p.m. on State Highway 11 for speeding. The man in the vehicle was identified by his driver’s license as...

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SSHS Seniors Awarded More Than $3.3 Million In Scholarships, Awards At Ceremony — Part 2
May18

SSHS Seniors Awarded More Than $3.3 Million In Scholarships, Awards At Ceremony — Part 2

Sulphur Springs High School seniors Thursday night received more than $3.3 million in scholarship offers and other awards. Several students were the recipient of more than one award, some received offers from more than one institution, others received large awards or multiple awards from their chosen school. Rhett Reid has been offered a $4,0000 Academic Achievement Award from the University of Texas at Tyler, a $24,000 University of...

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62nd District Jury Panel Cancelled for Monday
May18

62nd District Jury Panel Cancelled for Monday

The jury panel called for service in the 62nd District Court at 9 a.m. Monday, May 20, has been cancelled. Those called for service do not need to report for duty, according to District Clerk Cheryl Fulcher.

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Blue Beats White in Spring Game, 41-7 As Wildcats Wrap Up Spring Football Practice
May17

Blue Beats White in Spring Game, 41-7 As Wildcats Wrap Up Spring Football Practice

The Wildcats’ Blue team proved to be too much for the Wildcats White team, taking a 41-7 win at Gerald Prim Stadium in the Spring Game that marked the end of spring football workouts. Wildcats quarterbacks Kaden Wallace, Noe Ponce and Ty Stroud took turns directing both teams. The Blue team, with Wallace at quarterback opened the game with a 70-yard TD drive. Wallace connected with Ponce on a 26 yard touchdown pass. Osiel Lopez...

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North Hopkins Golfers Attribute Successes To Team Effort, Hard Work
May17

North Hopkins Golfers Attribute Successes To Team Effort, Hard Work

Ryan Reed, Evan Lewis, Kevin Clement, Eastan Lewis and Cooper Adams made North Hopkins High School history as the first golf team to qualify to compete in the state competition. The golfers said qualifying for state was a total team effort, with each team member contributing and coming through on different days. “For the three of is it’s been four pretty hard years trying to make it, I guess,” Reed said, referring to...

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Hopkins County Records for the Week of May 17, 2019
May17

Hopkins County Records for the Week of May 17, 2019

Land Deed Transactions Robert D. Steele Family Trust to Steele Family Properties East LLC; tract in the Alex O. Wetmore surveyNell Sansing Steele trustee for the Robert D. Steele Family Trust to Steele Family Properties East LLC; tract in the AO Wetmore surveyYvonne A. Fyke to Wanda K. Clampitt, Mistie K. Colfax, Fyke Irrevocable Trust and Janet Pennington Jaimes; tract in the WM Warton surveyYvone A. Fyke Revocable Living Trust to...

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