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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Former Law Enforcement Officer Pleads Guilty
Sep29

Former Law Enforcement Officer Pleads Guilty

Former Sulphur Springs Policeman and former Hopkins County Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Officer Rex Morgan entered guilty pleas Monday to thefts from the Sheriff’s evidence room and was sentenced to 10-years probation and 180-days in the County Jail. 8th District Court Judge Eddie Northcutt also fined Morgan $2,000 for each offense. Pills and a firearm were taken from the evidence room....

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Online Solicitation of a Minor Stopped
Sep26

Online Solicitation of a Minor Stopped

Hopkins County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 43-year old Cooper man at Kid’s Kingdom in Buford Park in Sulphur Springs for allegedly setting up a sex date with what he thought was a 15-year old girl. The man was actually trading text messages with a sheriff’s deputy. Gary Lee Sillivan was charged with online solicitation of a minor before JP Ronny Glossup who set bond on Sillivan at...

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Possible Location Change For County Genealogical Society
Sep25

Possible Location Change For County Genealogical Society

Behind the scenes, the city of Sulphur Springs has been working to strike a deal where the Hopkins County Genealogical Society would move out of their prime Main Street building into the meeting room at the city Public Library. At Tuesday night’s City Council Meeting, the issue was brought to the surface as two members of the Genealogical Society spoke out against the move. One conceded though, it’s almost a done deal. By Don Julian,...

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SS City Council
Sep24

SS City Council

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“Updated” Lewis Tatum on the Child Pornography Arrest
Sep24

“Updated” Lewis Tatum on the Child Pornography Arrest

A 51-year old Sulphur Springs man was arrested by Hopkins County Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday evening for possession of child pornography. Investigator Daniel Winn and Sgt. Corley Weatherford executed a search warrant at a residence and business on West Industrial. Computers and electronics containing images of child pornography were seized. Fernando Sosa-Pintor is expected to have a JP Magistrate’s Hearing Thursday. Justice of the...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Approved Required Ordinances
Sep23

Sulphur Springs City Council Approved Required Ordinances

At a special meeting Tuesday night, the Sulphur Springs City Council approved some required ordinances on second and final reading related to the budget for the next fiscal year that begins October 1. Included were the appropriations ordinance, setting the tax rate, water rate, sewer rate and sanitation rate and authorizing updated service credits. The council also approved an enterprise project zone and reinvestment zone to help...

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Arrest Made In Connection To Tobacco Shop Burglary
Sep23

Arrest Made In Connection To Tobacco Shop Burglary

Five thieves broke into a Sulphur Springs tobacco shop in the 1000 block of Gilmer around 3 a.m. Sunday.  A citizen heard glass breaking and notified police.  Lawmen pursued a vehicle west on I-30 until spike strips disabled it near Cumby.  One man was arrested in a manhunt but another eluded capture.  Police believe he stole a car in Cumby that was later recovered in Dallas.  Three other suspects also fled the burglary scene. ...

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Sulphur Springs Has an Item Before the Ark-Tex Council of Governments Board Thursday
Sep21

Sulphur Springs Has an Item Before the Ark-Tex Council of Governments Board Thursday

The city of Sulphur Springs has an item before the Ark-Tex Council of Governments Board Thursday morning. The board is expected to review and comment on an environmental assessment for Texas Parks and Wildlife that has applied to TCEQ for renewal of a Water Quality Permit to authorize discharge of treated wastewater from the city plant directly to Cooper Lake.

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