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John L. Horn Memorial Parkway Bill Passes
May23

John L. Horn Memorial Parkway Bill Passes

Austin, TX – On Monday, HB 310 passed the Senate and is now on its way to the Governor. This bill, filed by Representative Dan Flynn (R-Van), designates a portion of Farm-to-Market Road 1570 and Spur 1570 in Hunt County as the “John L. Horn Memorial Parkway” in commemoration of the late Hunt County Judge John Horn. Judge Horn was a leader in House District Two, and his untimely passing at the end of last year was...

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TRAX To Get $100,000 Software Upgrade
May23

TRAX To Get $100,000 Software Upgrade

A motion to review and consider approval of a contract with Shah Software is on the agenda for May 30th, 2019. Shah Software of Dallas, TX won the bid to provide transit scheduling software for the TRAX rural transportation service. Approval of the $100,000 contract is expected at the May 30th meeting. The Executive Committee of the Ark-Tex Council of Governments (ATCOG) will meet at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, May 30, 2019, at the Titus...

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Local Author’s Book Showcases the Texas Ranger Who Ended Bonnie and Clyde’s Crime Spree in 1934
May23

Local Author’s Book Showcases the Texas Ranger Who Ended Bonnie and Clyde’s Crime Spree in 1934

It was on May 23, 1934 that the bloody career of the most notorious criminal couple in American history came to an end. Now, eighty-five years later, a recent release by local author Gene Shelton will better acquaint readers with the lawman who stopped the pair. The book is entitled “MANHUNTER” and is a novel based on the life and times of Frank Hamer, Texas Ranger. Shelton actually wrote the book over 20 years ago based...

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Meet Four More Contestants for  Ms. Hopkins County Sr!
May23

Meet Four More Contestants for Ms. Hopkins County Sr!

Everyone of this year’s field of ten contestants is excited about the Pageant, set for Saturday June 1. Let’s meet four more of the ladies who visited the KSST studios during the Good Morning Show with Enola Gay. L. to R. JanGray, Vender Wright, Marjean Allen and PamGeorge Marjean Allen is a first-year contestant who learned about it through Karon Weatherman at the Senior’s Center,and immediately signed up! Marjean...

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Tradin’ Post for Thursday,  May 23rd, 2019
May23

Tradin’ Post for Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

For Sale: (A list of 5 items.) #1.) a solid wood full size book case, headboard, and triple dresser with a mirror. Asking $100.00 for the set. #2.) a kitchen range for $30.00. #3.) a beige rocking chair for $40.00. #4.) Also, for sale, a a black chaise lounge chair for $60.00. #5.) And, two chald boards that measure 4′ by 12′. Asking $50.00 each. If interested, or for more info., please call 903-885-2747. For Sale: Rabbits...

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Wildcat Football Camp Takes Place Next Week During the Evening
May22

Wildcat Football Camp Takes Place Next Week During the Evening

For years the Wildcat Football Camp for youngsters has been one of the last one’s held during the summer. This year it will be the first. It will also be an evening camp. Camp dates are next Tuesday through Thursday (May 28-30) from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. each day in the Multipurpose Building. Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens hopes the changes will result in increased attendance. The Camp is for boys entering the third grade...

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SS Public Library Summer Reading Program
May22

SS Public Library Summer Reading Program

The Sulphur Springs Public Library Summer Reading Program is coming up soon. Sulphur Springs Public Library Director, Hope Cain, says ” We look forward to summer every year and are pleased to be so well received. ” Please see the details about the 2019 Summer Reading Program below. Sulphur Springs Public Library Summer Reading Program 2019 Sulphur Springs Public Library Summer Reading Program 2019...

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Tira News for May 22, 2019
May22

Tira News for May 22, 2019

By Jan Vaughn The regular quarterly meeting of the Tira City Council is scheduled for Monday, June 3, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend. Rick and Judy Petty were in College Station on May 11 th for Tyler Petty’s graduation from Texas A&M. His fiancée Caitlin Vally also graduated. On May 18 th they were in Cedar Park, Texas to attend Tyler and Caitlin’s wedding. Tyler is their grandson. His...

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Chamber Connection- May 23, 2019
May22

Chamber Connection- May 23, 2019

Chamber Connection- May 23rd I’m not sure how we arrived into the middle of May so quickly.  As Hopkins County celebrates this week of graduations, endings, beginnings, and new dreams, it’s again easy to love this place we live.  How thankful we can be that summer teases us already with sunny afternoons and captivating blue skies. Summer tends to conjure happiness, and I’m thankful it is here.  To those graduating from high school...

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Meet Author Majel Reddick, Contestant for Ms. Hopkins County Senior
May22

Meet Author Majel Reddick, Contestant for Ms. Hopkins County Senior

Originally from Oklahoma, Majel Reddick and her husband Roger have been residents of Sulphur Springs for many years. When the Ms. Hopkins County Senior Classic pageant was created, she entered “for something new and fun to do”. Majel is returning as a contestant in the 2019 pageant. Asked how she got the given name ‘Majel’, she replied that she was named for a Sioux woman whom her mother knew. It actually...

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