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Early Registration For Our Savior Lutheran 5K Youth Fundraiser Ends April 30
Apr11

Early Registration For Our Savior Lutheran 5K Youth Fundraiser Ends April 30

Our Savior Lutheran Church will once again be holding a “Jesus is my SuperHero” 5K as a fundraiser of the youth. This year’s event will be June 1, starting at Celebration Plaza.. Registration is open and being handled online. Those who want to take advantage of the early registration price of $25 will need to do so by 11:59 p.m. April 30. Starting May 1 the registration fee increases to...

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Water Oak Students Help Dinner Bell
Apr10

Water Oak Students Help Dinner Bell

Students from Water Oak Elementary School in Sulphur Springs made their yearly trip Wednesday to First United Methodist Church. The eager volunteers took part in Dinner Bell duties. Clad in latex gloves, the students made sure everyone had a desert. Once everyone was served, they sat down to a plate of spaghetti and had a few cookies too. Dinner Bell-1-2019-April-1 Dinner Bell-1-2019-April-2 Dinner Bell-1-2019-April-3 Dinner...

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EEA Easter Egg Hunt Rescheduled For April 19
Apr10

EEA Easter Egg Hunt Rescheduled For April 19

Due to the 100 percent prediction of rain forecast Saturday, the Easter egg hunt planned at Pacific Park by East End Allegiance Our Youth has been pushed back one week. ” It’s important that we do something in the community for our youth! We didn’t want to cancel the event. Come out for an evening Easter egg hunt! The kids will love it,” said EEA President Bridgette...

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Gillis Foundation Pledges $320,000 in Bright Stars Scholarships
Apr10

Gillis Foundation Pledges $320,000 in Bright Stars Scholarships

The recipients and their families will be recognized at a reception from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Sulphur Springs Country Club. Media is invited to attend. Ten Hopkins County high school students will get life-changing awards Tuesday evening when they are announced as the recipients of the inaugural John and Deborah Gillis Foundation Bright Stars scholarships. Almost a third of a million dollars will be pledged to the Bright Stars...

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Winnsboro Police Report April 1-7, 2019
Apr09

Winnsboro Police Report April 1-7, 2019

ARRESTS Angela Hodges, 37 years of age, of Mount Vernon was arrested on April 4 on a Wood County warrant. Juan Tapia-Rios, 33 years of age, of Winnsboro was arrested on April 4 on multiple Winnsboro Municipal warrants. Summer Sierra,, 32 years of age, of Winnsbor, was arrested on April 4 on a Camp County warrant. ACCIDENTS No accidents to report CALLS FOR SERVICE The Winnsboro Police Department responded to a total of 134 calls for...

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Morning Chapel BBQ Fundraiser
Apr09
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Dinner Bell Menu For April 10th, 2019
Apr09

Dinner Bell Menu For April 10th, 2019

Menu: Water Oak Elementary School is the Community Sponsor Millionaire Spaghetti (it is oh so rich!) Bacon Infused Italian Cut Green Beans Super Special Salad Garlic Buttered French Bread Assorted Scratch Cookies The students from Water Oak Elementary School will serve the cookies to the guests at Dinner Bell. Same time (11:45 a.m.). Same place (Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church). Please join us and allow the...

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Commissioners Court Designates April 26-27 As County Cleanup Days
Apr09

Commissioners Court Designates April 26-27 As County Cleanup Days

Hopkins County Commissioners Court announced two days county residents can get rid of certain unwanted items from their residences. The precinct barns will be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, April 26, and from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 27, for the annual County Cleanup Days. There are a few items considered hazardous waste that will not be accepted, including tires, shingles, chemicals and liquid paint. Dried paint in cans...

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SSHS Tennis Has Bright Future
Apr09

SSHS Tennis Has Bright Future

WILDCATS TENNIS PROGRAM HAS BRIGHT FUTURE Wildcats Tennis Coach Tony Martinez was on KSST Radio and Cable Channel 18’s Saturday Morning Coaches Show last Saturday. Martinez is completing his fifth season here. He said he thought he could begin to turn the program around in three years. He said it began to happen in year five. Numbers used to be a problem for Coach Martinez. Now he said he’ll have 16 or 17 boys next year...

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Johanna Hicks: Car Seat Check-up A Huge Success!
Apr08

Johanna Hicks: Car Seat Check-up A Huge Success!

Johanna Hicks Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Family & Consumer Sciences 1200-B W. Houston P.O.Box 518 Sulphur springs, TX 75483 903-885-3443 – phone 903-439-4909 – Fax [email protected] By Johanna Hicks Local parents and guardians showed up in full force for the car seat check-up held recently in Sulphur Springs. It is heartwarming to know that parents care enough to take the time to ensure that their little ones are...

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