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Hopkins County Republican Party October Meeting
Oct20

Hopkins County Republican Party October Meeting

Hopkins County Republican Party October Meeting is Monday October 23rd at 6:30 pm at the Hopkins County Civic Center. The speaker will be Craig Vincent Mitchell, PhD. He is  a Christian ethicist, economist, and engineer. He has served as an associate  professor  of Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Criswell College in Dallas, Texas. He also served as a Senior Fellow for  the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation....

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National Honor Society Induction Announcement
Oct20

National Honor Society Induction Announcement

The Sulphur Springs High School’s National Honor Society’s induction ceremony is Monday, October 30th at 6:30 pm in the high school cafeteria.  They will be inducting 46 new members into the Gladys Alexander Chapter of the National Honor Society. Students were chosen based on scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Members of NHS participate in several activities throughout the year. They promote literacy by...

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Hopkins County EMS Named Lights of Life Campaign Honorees
Oct20

Hopkins County EMS Named Lights of Life Campaign Honorees

Every year, the Lights of Life Campaign Committee selects an individual, couple, group or business that has shown exceptional service, commitment and passion for Hopkins County and specifically for their support of the hospital.   That tradition continues with the 2017-2018 Campaign Honorees…Hopkins County EMS Since August of 1983 Hopkins County EMS has compassionately served the residents of Hopkins County and the surrounding...

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Resident on Plano Street Charged With 10 Counts of Possession of Child Pornography
Oct20

Resident on Plano Street Charged With 10 Counts of Possession of Child Pornography

According to Sheriff Lewis Tatum, two weeks ago, Hopkins County Sheriff’s Investigator Sgt. Corley Weatherford received several complaints from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Weatherford, who heads up the local task force, began investigation that led to the arrest of River James Graham, 21, a resident on Plano Street in Sulphur Springs. Graham has been charged with 10 counts of possession of child...

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“Main Street Uncorked” Wine and Music Fundraiser Benefits Veterans Memorial
Oct20

“Main Street Uncorked” Wine and Music Fundraiser Benefits Veterans Memorial

One of the event co-coordinators for the first-ever “Main Street Uncorked” benefit tasting event is Jeanna Smith Penny. Along with Phil and Vanessa Williams, owners of Phinesse Farms Winery in downtown Sulphur Springs, Jeanna invited numerous wineries from across the NE Texas region and 14 accepted their invitation to the give-back event.That means for your $20 ticket, you may sample ten different Texas wines from the...

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Como-Pickton FFA Teams Place at State Fair, Donate to Help-a-Child Benefit
Oct20

Como-Pickton FFA Teams Place at State Fair, Donate to Help-a-Child Benefit

According to Michael Bowen, Ag Instructor and FFA Sponsor, the Como Pickton FFA teams competed at the State Fair of Texas Agricultural Mechanics Show. The students also donated a shop-built BBQ Smoker to be auctioned at the Help-a-Child Benefit on October 21 in the Civic Center arena. Here is their report. Specialty Equipment Trailer – 2nd in class exhibited by Parker Cummings and Daniel Galvan Portable Milking Parlor –...

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Cold Fronts in the Garden by Mario Villarino
Oct20

Cold Fronts in the Garden by Mario Villarino

Cold season is here! As you have already noticed, cold front during the fall can create a serious challenges for farmers and gardeners alike. When refereeing to this time of the year, Keith C. Hansen, Extension Horticulturist, Smith Co. – Tyler, Texas wrote for Aggie horticulture: “The cool, crisp days of fall are finally here, bringing pleasant outdoor gardening weather. The change from daylight savings reminds us that the first...

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Ahhh-Autumn, Pumpkins, & Onions By Johanna Hicks
Oct20

Ahhh-Autumn, Pumpkins, & Onions By Johanna Hicks

Greetings from Omaha, Nebraska!  As I prepare this week’s column, I’m enjoying the cool temperatures on the second day of the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences conference.  It has been an adventurous trip, but I won’t go into that for now.  However, the cooler temperatures have inspired me to share a recipe from Extension’s “Dinner Tonight” website.  I hope you will try this recipe as a main dish! Creamy...

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Channel 18 News Thursday, October 19, 2017
Oct19
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Senior Citizens Chili Cook-Off Approaching
Oct19

Senior Citizens Chili Cook-Off Approaching

This year’s Chili Cook-Off will be held at noon on Tuesday, October 24th at the Senior Citizens Center. There will be 15 pots of chili for you to come and eat all you want, and five judges from all around the community whose job will be to judge all of the entries. Your only job will be to sample as much chili and crackers as you want. Drinks and dessert will also be served. All of this is FREE to you. Just come, eat, and enjoy!...

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