Tree Replacement Downtown
Nov20
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Crossroads Music to Host Kirby Brown By Cindy Roller
Nov20

Crossroads Music to Host Kirby Brown By Cindy Roller

The Crossroads Music Company has been busy this season lining up concerts for the adoring fans. They have hosted renowned artists like Slaid Cleaves, the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band, Rhett Butler, Kate Hearne and Emily Elbert, just to name a few. Most recently gracing the stage were Hearne and Elbert with their sweet sounds. “I was very impressed by both girls. They have taken their songwriting to the next level. I see good...

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Ms Mary’s Down-Home Cookin’
Nov20

Ms Mary’s Down-Home Cookin’

Mary Bonham of Sulphur Springs, Texas has written a cookbook named “Ms Mary’s Down-Home Cookin'”. This cookbook contains recipes from Ms Bonham herself, her daughter, her mother and her siblings. According to the author’s forward, Ms Bonham wrote her cookbook after numerous requests from friends and family wishing acquire her recipes. “Friends and family began to always ask me for recipes,” Ms...

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Chamber Connection   November 20, 2014  by Meredith Caddell
Nov20

Chamber Connection November 20, 2014 by Meredith Caddell

58th United Finals Rodeo-Nov 21st, 22nd & 23rdRodeo Kick off Bash-TONIGHT 20th @5:00–square It is such an honor for Hopkins County to host the United Finals Rodeo in Sulphur Springs at the Civic Center! Let’s show the Cowboys & Cowgirls just how excited we are that they are coming to town. Please be on the square, Thursday, November 20th at 5:00. We will have a ribbon cutting, the Circle E Stagecoach will be downtown for...

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Massey Robbery Suspect
Nov20

Massey Robbery Suspect

      Sulphur Springs Police Department requests assistance in identifying the suspect involved in a November 17, 4 AM aggravated robbery at a convenience store (formerly Massey’s Convenience Store) located at the corner of Broadway and Shannon Road in the city. The suspect is identified as a white male 6 ft. tall, medium build. He was wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans, and brown boots at the time of the robbery. He...

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Hopkins Place Sponsors a Holiday Toy Drive
Nov20

Hopkins Place Sponsors a Holiday Toy Drive

Hopkins Place Community Relations Manager Sherrie...

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Rodeo Events This Week Plus Upcoming Events
Nov20

Rodeo Events This Week Plus Upcoming Events

Here’s ways you can support Rodeo this week, as we head toward the Cinch UFR coming to town this weekend… Take the kids to see the stagecoach on Celebration Plaza this Thursday night. It’s a beautifully restored Butterfield Stagecoach which belongs to a local owner. Dress Western on Friday. Just wear your western duds to school, work and show your support of rodeo. And stop in at the KSST Studio and let us snap your photo for our...

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Dare to Dream Rally at the SSISD
Nov19

Dare to Dream Rally at the SSISD

The fifth-graders at Douglas Intermediate School continue to learn about being leaders in the Dare to Dream program. It began as a summer camp and continues with reinforcement of a soft skill each month. At a pep rally Wednesday morning, the topic was listening. High school students, who are acting as mentors, and church youth leaders, are also a part of the program. School district Character Curriculum Coordinator Jeff Harris...

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“Updated” Cross Country Champions
Nov19

“Updated” Cross Country Champions

Wednesday morning on the steps of the Hopkins County Courthouse, County Judge Robert Newsom recognized two county schools for finishing first and second at the State Class A Boys Cross Country Meet. Miller Grove won the state championship and Saltillo finished second. Judge Newsom said it was highly unusual for two teams from the same county to finish first and second in a state with 254 counties. He said Miller Grove and Saltillo had...

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“Updated” County Jail Progress
Nov19

“Updated” County Jail Progress

Tuesday a work crew began pouring concrete at the new Hopkins County Jail site. County Judge Robert Newsom said the pour was for a fire lane that is on the west side of the proposed new jail. After it was completed, work began on pouring the foundation in sections. Lots of underground plumbing and electrical work has been done to get ready for the foundation pours. The last report had the jail project 17 days behind schedule. Judge...

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