Sulphur Springs Boys Baseball Sign Up Ends February 27
Feb21
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EDC Sees Strong Interest in Local Area for Expanding/Relocating Business and Industry
Feb21

EDC Sees Strong Interest in Local Area for Expanding/Relocating Business and Industry

In recent weeks, the local Economic Development Corporation has been busy with prospective manufacturing and business companies inquiring about and visiting Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County. With the approach of spring and the first of the year in the rear view mirror, companies are beginning to explore options for expansion and/or relocation. Roger Feagley, EDC Director, told KSST News he has no set pattern in his approach to...

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Channel 18 News, Monday, February 20, 2017: SSHS FFA and NETLA
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Tyler Woman Charged with Possession of Meth
Feb20

Tyler Woman Charged with Possession of Meth

A traffic stop at FM 69 and State Highway 11 by a Hopkins County Deputy resulted in the arrest of Brandy Franklin, 24 of Tyler for Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, less than 1-gram. Franklin showed signed of nervousness and would not look at the officer when he was speaking to her. A consent to search the vehicle led to a glass pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine. Before being asked, Franklin claimed...

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Channel 18 News Friday, February 17, 2017
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Eight Tips for a Healthy Heart By Johanna Hicks
Feb17

Eight Tips for a Healthy Heart By Johanna Hicks

Eight Tips for a Health Heart To continue with the topic on heart health that I started last week, think of your heart as a metronome.  It keeps the beat to your body’s daily functions, pushing blood near and far to nourish every cell and fiber. As a powerhouse organ, you’ll want to keep your heart in tip-top shape, especially those who have diabetes, which can up your risk for heart disease.  Laurence Sperling, professor of medicine...

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Miller Grove News
Feb17

Miller Grove News

by Brandon Darrow The benefit Stew/Chili and Silent Auction for the Lee Family was a big success this past weekend.  Miller Grove FFA hosted the event in the school’s cafeteria and the Garrett Boys (Bret & Mark) cooked up some fine stew – one pot of chicken and one pot of hamburger meat.  I was so full after trying both kinds of stews that I didn’t even get to sample the chili.  When I walked in, the cafeteria was filled...

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Tira News February 17, 2017
Feb17

Tira News February 17, 2017

by Jan Vaughn We want to express our sympathy to the family of James Ray Groves, of Shirley. He was buried in the North Hopkins Cemetery on Tuesday, February 14, 2017. His sister and brother-in-law, Joyce and Jimmy Don Goldsmith live in our community. Please remember the family in prayer. Yvonne Weir worked in Nacogdoches last week. Brenda Allen, of Yantis, met her and spent Thursday through Saturday with her. In their free time, they...

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Recommended Activities for the Garden by Mario Villarino
Feb17

Recommended Activities for the Garden by Mario Villarino

This week and coming week are full of livestock activities as we get ready for our Northeast Texas Livestock Show starting Feb 23, 2017.  More than sixty 4-H members will be showing their livestock projects during the event. We are looking forward for some friendly competition and a good display of husbandry and showmanship of livestock projects. For those not very familiar with raising show projects, the intensity of care and money...

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Military Coalition Named Citizen of the Year at 2017 Annual Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Banquet
Feb16

Military Coalition Named Citizen of the Year at 2017 Annual Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Banquet

The Hopkins County Military Coalition was named 2016 Hopkins County Citizen of the Year and Linda Galligher was named Hopkins County Woman of the Year for 2016 during “An Evening in the Woods” Dinner and Community Awards Thursday night. It was the Annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet. In naming the Military Coalition Citizen of the Year, last year’s winners Markeda Fisher and Kayla Price Mitchell pointed out that they...

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