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Are You Ready for the Whipped Challenge and Other Upcoming Events? By Johanna Hicks
May18

Are You Ready for the Whipped Challenge and Other Upcoming Events? By Johanna Hicks

Are You Ready for the Whipped Challenge?                The buzz is building and plans are in full swing as we prepare for the 2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival “Whipped” Challenge.  Businesses, civic clubs, churches, schools, and organizations are encouraged to enter a team.  So, what is the “Whipped Challenge?”  If you have ever watched the popular show called “Chopped” on the Food Network, we are patterning our event after that...

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Happy Mother’s Day & Summer Camps for Kids By Johanna Hicks
May11

Happy Mother’s Day & Summer Camps for Kids By Johanna Hicks

Happy Mother’s Day                Sunday is a special day for moms all across the country.  Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months of March or May. It complements similar celebrations honoring family members, such as Father’s Day,...

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Reminders: FREE Dog Food and FREE Party in The Park Event
May07

Reminders: FREE Dog Food and FREE Party in The Park Event

There will be a Party in The Park tomorrow evening.  Tuesday, May 8th from 5:00 – 6:30 at Buford Park under the Pavillion.  Dale the “C” Cummings will be performing 50’s Music.  The Hopkins County Marketers Association will be serving Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Chips, Drinks and Coke Floats This is all FREE to you.  Come hear some great music win some door prizes.   There will be a contest for the “Best...

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Interested in Playing Duplicate or Party Bridge?
May05

Interested in Playing Duplicate or Party Bridge?

The 2 Bridge groups that meet at the Senior Citizens Center on 2nd Tuesday  12:30 1st Thursday  12:30 3rd Thursday 12:30 4th Tuesday   12:30 Need some more players.  They have had some ladies retire and one more will retire at the end of May.  They play Duplicate and Party Bridge. If you would like to play with them please call Irma Gonzalez at (903)...

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Free Jazz Music Concerts This Weekend 
Apr26

Free Jazz Music Concerts This Weekend 

The Denton Arts and Jazz Fest is an annual three day festival open to everyone, and is hosted in Quakertown Park, just off the downtown square. The Festival is free to enter and family friendly. The festival includes “seven stages of continuous music, fine art, crafts, and food, games and information booths in a beautiful, outdoor setting. The Concert committee asks that you leave your pets at home, and coolers are prohibited....

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April’s KSST SurPrize Patrol and Grand Prize Winner of a Pizza Inn Pizza Party
Apr15

April’s KSST SurPrize Patrol and Grand Prize Winner of a Pizza Inn Pizza Party

By Savannah Owens KSST SurPrize Patrol has been out and about during the month of April surprising community members with free concert tickets and one lucky group won the Grand Prize of a pizza party. Pizza Inn sponsored the SurPrize Patrol this month by donating a Pizza party to Campbell ISD. In Sulphur Springs: One Stop Sign Shop SS Fire Department Stations 1 and 2   Stephanie Hughes with Janet Martin Realty Johanna Hicks with the...

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Upcoming 4-H Events
Apr15

Upcoming 4-H Events

Paper Clover Campaign Hopkins County 4-H members invite you to visit the 4-H exhibit at the Sulphur Springs Tractor Supply.  From April 11 thru April 22, the annual spring Paper Clover Campaign will be held.  When checking out, donate $1, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Hopkins County 4-H program.  Funds will be used to help send 4-H members to camps and leadership conferences. What’s Missing in Your Pantry? A fun,...

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Blackberries: Friend or Foe By Mario Villarino
Apr13

Blackberries: Friend or Foe By Mario Villarino

As I started mowing more often and visiting sites around Hopkins County, the Blackberry weed has lately come into conversation often. Blackberries are plants that can be friends or foe depending of the intensity of the numbers of plants and purpose of the land. Some people might welcome them while others might have issues having them in their property. According to work done by the Noble Foundation in Oklahoma , Blackberry (Rubus sp.)...

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What’s Up with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension? By Johanna Hicks
Apr13

What’s Up with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension? By Johanna Hicks

What’s Up with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension?                Spring is here, and at the Hopkins County Extension Office, we have hit the ground running!  So many opportunities are available and we don’t want you to miss out.  Below are dates, times, locations, and description of upcoming events, some of which are for certain groups, and others are open to anyone. Teen Safety Day When:  Thursday, April 19 Where:  Hopkins County...

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Children’s Museum Takes Step Towards The Future: PRESS RELEASE
Apr12

Children’s Museum Takes Step Towards The Future: PRESS RELEASE

Children’s Museum Takes Step Towards the Future   Silent Auction provides an opportunity to be involved with the Museum’s future. (April 10, 2018, Commerce, Texas) – The 2018 Silent Auction for the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum will be a pivotal event for the Museum. The event is set for Monday, April 23 in the Sam Rayburn Student Center on the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus. The bidding begins at 6:00 PM and closes...

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