Terrific Tuesday Walks Continue This Week
Oct01

Terrific Tuesday Walks Continue This Week

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SSISD Marching band Has Contest Saturday in Texarkana
Oct01

SSISD Marching band Has Contest Saturday in Texarkana

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September Succces at the Public Library
Oct01

September Succces at the Public Library

September was National Library Card sign up month at the Sulphur Springs Public Library and 115 new patrons signed up for a library card.  Just think of all the benefits there are for those individuals! Food For Fines was also promoted with each item of nonperishable food worth $1 in fines.  Over 200 items go to the Community Chest on Thursday.  We will be loading up at the library Thursday at 11:20 am and we welcome you to join us...

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SSHS Choir to Perform at FBC
Oct01

SSHS Choir to Perform at FBC

The Sulphur Springs High School Choir will be performing a concert in First Baptist Church on Monday, October 6. The concert will begin at 7:30 and there will be no admission fee. “The whole concert is centered around American folk music and folk hymns,” choir director Beth Crutcher said. “So they’ll be hearing things like Bird’s Courting Song, which is an Appalachian folk tune, and things like Poor Wayfaring Stranger, which is an old...

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HC Sheriff’s Deputy Shea Shaw Will Receive a Life Saving Award
Oct01

HC Sheriff’s Deputy Shea Shaw Will Receive a Life Saving Award

Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Shea Shaw will receive a life saving award this week for protecting the lives of two persons from Minnesota whose vehicle broke down on I-30 last Thursday. Deputy Shaw kept them out of harm’s way when a vehicle was in collision with the rear end of his patrol truck, which was parked behind the disabled...

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Rainfall Below Normal, Pray For El-Nino
Oct01

Rainfall Below Normal, Pray For El-Nino

During September, Sulphur Springs received only .78-inches of rain. Rain in small amounts was recorded on only five days during the month. The city is now 10.45 inches of rain below normal. Rain total for the first nine months of the year is at 22.8 inches. Normal rainfall is 33.25 inches

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Sarah Bennett and Teresa Botello Advance at All-Region Choir Competition
Oct01

Sarah Bennett and Teresa Botello Advance at All-Region Choir Competition

Two Sulphur Springs High School Choir students, Sarah Bennett and Teresa Botello, advanced at recent All-Region Choir competition. Their next competition takes place in November. Choir Director Beth Crutcher also invites everyone to a Choir Concert featuring three choir groups singing American Folk Music and Hymns at First Baptist Church Monday at 7:30 p.m....

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Tax Notices are Coming Soon to Hopkins County Property Owners
Oct01

Tax Notices are Coming Soon to Hopkins County Property Owners

Nearly 13,000 Sulphur Springs ISD notices are already in the mail. Taxpayers have until January 31 to pay their tax bill without any penalty or interest. The school district tax rate went down 1-cent per $100 valuation. Property values increased 4.4% in the school district....

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Arleta Mae Coleman
Oct01

Arleta Mae Coleman

Arleta Mae Coleman, 75, of Cumby, passed away on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at ETMC in Tyler. Arrangements are pending with West Oaks Funeral Home. www.westoaksfuneralhome.com

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Flora Simmons
Oct01

Flora Simmons

Flora Simmons, 95, of Sulphur Springs, passed away on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at Carriage House Manor. Arrangements are pending with West Oaks Funeral Home. www.westoaksfuneralhome.com

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