Open Seats in the Upcoming Election
Jan22

Open Seats in the Upcoming Election

Filing for seats on the Sulphur Springs City Council, Sulphur Springs School Board and the Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board gets underway next Wednesday and will continue through February 27. Sulphur Springs City Council seats in Places 1, 2 and 3 are up this time. Current incumbents are Craig Johnson in Place 1, Clay Walker in Place 2 and Oscar Aguilar in Place 3. Filing will take place with City Secretary Gale Roberts at City...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Takes up a Thorny Issue
Jan11

Sulphur Springs City Council Takes up a Thorny Issue

The Sulphur Springs City Council will take up a thorny issue during a workshop at noon Wednesday in the 2nd floor meeting room at City Hall. At issue are two ordinances dealing with general sign regulations and definitions and regulating placement and maintenance of on-premises and off-premises signs.

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City of Sulphur Springs City Council Workshop Session 01/14/2015
Jan09
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Kids Trout Fishing Day Scheduled for Sulphur Springs
Jan08

Kids Trout Fishing Day Scheduled for Sulphur Springs

The annual Larry Buster Memorial Sulphur Springs Kids’ Trout Fishing Day will be at Peavine Pinion Pond behind the Civic Center on Saturday, February 7 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. There will be free soft drinks and hot dogs and drawings for door prizes. The pond will be stocked with 1,000 rainbow trout. Adults helping kids’ fish will not need a license during the four-hour...

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City Council Agenda for January 6th, 2014
Dec31

City Council Agenda for January 6th, 2014

The regular meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 in the Council Room at 201 North Davis. The following items will be discussed: 1. Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag, Texas Flag, and invocation. 2. Presentations, proclamations, and announcements. 3. Manager’s report will include status report of capital improvements, wastewater treatment plant operations,...

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City to Delay Street Rebuilding Project
Dec10

City to Delay Street Rebuilding Project

Although everything is set to begin on the Lamar Street rebuilding project in Sulphur Springs, City Manager Marc Maxwell feels the holiday season is not a good time to have the street torn up. For that reason, Maxwell says the project will be delayed until the New Year. Maxwell says in the meantime, street crews will be working on a backlog of little jobs. Lamar, from College to Beckham, will also get new water and sewer lines with...

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City OK’s an Agreement With The Hopkins County Genealogical Society
Dec04

City OK’s an Agreement With The Hopkins County Genealogical Society

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City Business Offices Open in New Location
Dec03

City Business Offices Open in New Location

The city of Sulphur Springs Business Office reopened Tuesday at 8 a.m. in a doublewide trailer located behind Old City Hall. The drive-through window at Old City Hall is closed. It will be replaced by a 24-hour kiosk to be located in front of Old City Hall. City Director of Finance Peter Karstens said the business office would be in the temporary location for 9 to 10 months while Old City Hall is renovated. Then they will move back....

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City Council and the Genealogical Society Meet to Discuss Future
Nov30

City Council and the Genealogical Society Meet to Discuss Future

At a regular meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m., the Sulphur Springs City Council is scheduled for possible discussion and action on a proposed agreement leasing the city Public Library meeting room to the Hopkins County Genealogical Society and establishing revenue sharing for the proceeds from the sale of the Genealogical Society property located in the 200 block of Main Street.

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Moving City Hall
Nov27

Moving City Hall

City of Sulphur Springs Director of Finance Peter Karstens says after Old City Hall is renovated, it should be good for another 20 to 30 years. Most of those years, it should serve as a Police Station. Friday at noon, the city Business Office closed and will reopen next Tuesday at 8 a.m. in a temporary doublewide located behind Old City Hall. In about 9 months, the Business Office will return to Old City Hall minus the drive through...

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