Meal A Day Menu  May 2nd    –    May 6th
Apr30

Meal A Day Menu May 2nd – May 6th

Meal A Day Menu May 2nd    –    May 6th      Monday Beef Patties / Brown Gravy Mashed Potatoes Corn Roll Tuesday Chicken Cuisine Carrots Pickled Beets   Wednesday Lasagna Squash Garlic Toast Tossed Salad   Thursday Rope Sausage Pinto Beans Cornbread Spinach Friday Chili Rellenos/Chili Con Carne Refried Beans Spanish Rice Chips and Hot Sauce Share...

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Warriors for Christ-Warrior Dash
Apr29

Warriors for Christ-Warrior Dash

The 4th annual Warriors for Christ – Warrior Dash is Saturday May 21, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. at Sulphur Bluff Community Center at the corner of FM 69 and FM 71.  Organizers call this a great event to show that despite differences and denominations, Christians can come together as Warriors for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To enter the race and food, live music, t-shirts, kids activities, awards, and fellowship are free. Register...

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Summit Dental hosts “Dentistry From the Heart” May 6
Apr29

Summit Dental hosts “Dentistry From the Heart” May 6

Summit Dentistry’s Dr. Matthew Johnson, his staff, a half-dozen other local dentists and their staffs will be helping folks smile for free on Friday May 6 as part of an annual ministry in Sulphur Springs. The national non-profit organization that offers free dental work to people who need it is being embraced all over the nation, and Sulphur Springs joined the cause in 2013. The mission is to see and treat as many people as...

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“Claws for a Cause” has indoor dining too!
Apr29

“Claws for a Cause” has indoor dining too!

Crawfish lovers who plan to attend the open-air “Claws for a Cause” Rotary Club fundraiser Crawfish Boil on Saturday April 30 will now have a roof over their heads! Due to a chance of rain, the open-air event has now been furnished with an indoor shelter on Main Street in downtown Sulphur Springs. The Hopkins County Genealogical Society, in partnership with the Rotary Club, will be offering space for dining in their...

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Miller Grove News
Apr29

Miller Grove News

by Brandon Darrow Busy, busy, busy – those are the three main words to describe our community during this time of year.  Little ones are in baseball and softball, school will be drawing to a close before we know it, and there are activities almost daily during the spring in and around “The Grove.” I’ve noticed several nice looking gardens in the area.  I know Clinton Lennon is keeping his garden weed-free.  Dwayne Wren has also...

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Sulphur Bluff Baseball Seniors honored
Apr28

Sulphur Bluff Baseball Seniors honored

Honored at Senior Night were Sulphur Bluff Bears and moms. Pictured Left to Right: Thomas Coberly (Left fielder) and Denise Coberly,  and Cody Vance (1st Baseman) and Cathy Vance. Share...

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Cumby Senior places 3rd in State Citizen Bee
Apr28
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Yantis Catfish Classic April 30 and May 1
Apr28

Yantis Catfish Classic April 30 and May 1

Don’t forget ! Your final chance for Early Registration is Friday April 29 between 3 and 9pm at the Minnow Bucket Marina and Hotel on Hwy 154  on Lake Fork south of Yantis.  Also, twenty new rooms have been added for overnighters for this Tournament! Share...

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At the Corral Gate April 28, 2016
Apr28
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Parental Involvement in Child’s Academic Success
Apr28

Parental Involvement in Child’s Academic Success

Parental Involvement Contributes to Children’s Academic Success The school year is almost over, and students are counting the days until summer vacation.  Kudos to all the teachers who tirelessly serve in a crucial role to educate our youth, day in and day out. Caregivers, teachers, peers, extended family, media, heredity, and the environment all contribute to a child’s development; however, parents (if present) are the most...

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