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5th Annual MADD Glow Walk
Oct07

5th Annual MADD Glow Walk

By Savannah OwensThe 5th Annual Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Glow Walk was held Saturday September 30th, 2017, at Celebration Plaza. With over 150 participants forming nine teams and some individual walkers the square was packed with people wanting to bring awareness, support victims and their families, and remember their loved ones. They raised $16,000, of their goal of $19,000. Many of the businesses in Sulphur...

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Shannon Oaks Church Pumpkin Patch: Now Open
Oct02

Shannon Oaks Church Pumpkin Patch: Now Open

  The Shannon Oaks Church Pumpkin Patch opened this past weekend on Sept. 30th, 2017, and will be open Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm until October 28th. The pumpkin patch will house a special “Pumpkin park” which includes fun activities for the whole family such as face painting, games, pumpkin bowling, mazes paintball, and more. This event is open to the public, and admission is $5 for everyone over...

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Friday Night Highlights: 9-30-17
Sep30

Friday Night Highlights: 9-30-17

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Hopkins County Fall Festival Arts & Craft Show: Coming Soon
Sep22

Hopkins County Fall Festival Arts & Craft Show: Coming Soon

By Savannah Owens Get ready for October 27th and 28th, the Hopkins County Fall Festival and Extension Agency are hosting the Arts and Craft Show! The show will be held from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Oct. 27th and from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Oct. 28th in the Sulphur Springs High School Cafeteria and North Entry. The Arts and Craft Show is completely free to get in and open for anyone! Vendors can bring their homemade, non-commercial, items...

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Friday Night Highlights: Homecoming Football Game
Sep17

Friday Night Highlights: Homecoming Football Game

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Highway 11 Construction: Back at it Again
Sep15

Highway 11 Construction: Back at it Again

By Savannah Owens On Friday, September 15th, TxDOT resumed work on the Highway 11 projects. Workers are putting new asphalt on the left side of the road (heading from Sulphur Springs to Commerce). ¬†Civilians should expect delays from 5-10 minutes. “TxDOT is in charge of 80 thousand miles of roads, and repair work is completed by contractors. Problem areas that go beyond regular maintenance are bid on by contractors, TxDOT simply...

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16th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks
Sep11

16th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

By Savannah Owens On September 11th, 2001, members of the terrorists group al-Qaeda hijacked four flights: American 11, United 175, American 77 and United 93. Two planes- American 11 and United 175- hit the World Trade Centers in New York; Flight 77 collided into the Pentagon in Virginia, and the last plane, United 93, crashed in a Pennsylvania field after passengers regained control and diverted it from the White House. A total of...

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Local “The Voice” Star Hannah Kirby Performed at Saturday Night Market
Sep10

Local “The Voice” Star Hannah Kirby Performed at Saturday Night Market

By Savannah Owens Cheers echoed around the square as Hannah Kirby performed at the Saturday night marktet. Approximately 300 people had shown up and the number continued to grow throughout the night. Families were dancing, playing catch and having a great time.¬† Kirby performed classic songs such as “Heard it though the Grapevine”, “The Chains” by Fleetwood Mac, “I won’t Back Down” by Tom...

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Photos from the First Football Game in the New Stadium
Sep09

Photos from the First Football Game in the New Stadium

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What’s the History Behind Labor Day?
Sep04

What’s the History Behind Labor Day?

By Savannah Owens The Central Labor Union first created labor day in 1882, as a holiday to celebrate and appreciate workers. The first ever Labor Day was on Tuesday September 5th 1882, when union workers held a parade/march from New York City Hall to Union Square. After the parade, laborers headed to “Reservoir Park for picnics, concerts, and speeches. Two years later, the Central Labor Union moved the parade to the first Monday...

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