What’s for Dinner Tonight?
Oct30

What’s for Dinner Tonight?

Are you wondering what you’ll serve for dinner tonight?  Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is here to help!  Many people were introduced to “Dinner Tonight” during the 2014 Hopkins County Fall Festival.  Through live cooking demonstrations, Extension Family & Consumer Sciences agents from five counties showed how easy it is to prepare nutritious and tasty meals. Texans turn to the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service for...

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Lights of Life 2014-2015 Kicks Off Tuesday Morning Nov. 4th at 10AM
Oct30

Lights of Life 2014-2015 Kicks Off Tuesday Morning Nov. 4th at 10AM

Download (PDF, 1.32MB) From the left: Leesa Toliver, Brian Toliver, the current chairs of the Lights of Life Campaign and Jackie Thornton the Director of the Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation. Also, at the tree lighting ceremony Wayne & Wanda Galyean will be honored as the Lights of Life Campaign Honorees. From the left: Leesa Toliver, Brian Toliver and Jackie Thornton. The picture was taken in the Bill Bradford Museum area at...

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“Be The Service”
Oct30

“Be The Service”

The Hopkins County Christian Alliance has come up with a program to feed needy people and families for Thanksgiving. They are calling it Be The Service. Anyone who wants to help can buy a $10 ticket to feed a needy person or family. People may purchase as many tickets as they want. They are available at participating churches. The program will be targeting apartment dwellers. This weekend forms will be put on apartment doors around...

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United Way 100% Club For 10/28/2014
Oct29

United Way 100% Club For 10/28/2014

100 % Club for October 28, 2014; companies meeting or exceeding the posted goal Hopkins County Hospital District Alliance Bank Co. Alliance Bank Employees City National Bank Co. City National Bank Employees Guaranty Bank and Trust Audley Moore and Sons Economic Development Corp Hall Oil Company Oncor Event McNew, Spencer, and Hodges Flesher Coaching and Consulting Oxford Bros. CANHelper Thrift Store Flowerland Florist Cross Motor...

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Beef 706 and Private Applicator Training.
Oct29

Beef 706 and Private Applicator Training.

The extension activities for this time of the year are intensive. Just few days ago we completed the second portion of our NETBIO 706 hosted at the extension office. By the time you read this article, participants of the training should be getting ready or are already travelling to College Station to attend the third portion of the training. During NETBIO 706, participants had the opportunity to learn the process from selecting a...

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Davis Street Baptist Church will Have Their Thanksgiving Lunch on November 7th
Oct29

Davis Street Baptist Church will Have Their Thanksgiving Lunch on November 7th

Davis Street Baptist Church will have their Community Wide Thanksgiving Lunch on November 7th From 11:00-1:00 at the church. We are asking for a $7.00 donation per plate. To go orders are...

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At The Corral gate 10/28/14 by Enola Gay
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Brashear News 10/28/14 by Debbie Young
Oct29

Brashear News 10/28/14 by Debbie Young

It’s another beautiful morning in God’s country. Hope you didn’t miss it. Cooler weather is on tap for the next few days. I think that maybe 90 degree days are gone and surely the upper 80’s are gone too until next year. Sure hate we missed out on the rain. Teresa called me this morning and wanted to say thank you to everyone who came to her mother’s surprise party on Saturday. She also wanted to thank the church for the use of their...

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Tira news 10/28/14 by Jan Vaughn
Oct29

Tira news 10/28/14 by Jan Vaughn

Floyd and Martha Payton enjoyed a visit with Martha’s sister, Ann Sullivan, and friend, Ben Coo, from Longview on Wednesday. Martha said, “We ate lunch at the Cotton Patch in Greenville, along with our brother Von Honzell from Wylie. We had a nice visit before returning home.” Annette Loper reports, “Sunday we had a family get together in Wolfe City for my nephew Mickey Mathews who is serving in the United States Army. He is...

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Miller Grove 10/28/14 by Brandon Darrow
Oct29

Miller Grove 10/28/14 by Brandon Darrow

Well this week I have several things to write about. The community has been busy with the carnival and other happenings at the school, the fire department adding new members, and the recent death of one of our community members. So many people in the community were saddened this week to learn that Ramiro Jimenez lost his life after a tree fell on his body in Schooley Creek bottom, on the south side of FM 1567. From what I have been...

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