Commissioners Court To Consider RFPs For Architectural Services Qualifications, Road Use Agreements
Jul25

Commissioners Court To Consider RFPs For Architectural Services Qualifications, Road Use Agreements

Hopkins County Commissioners Court appears to have a full agenda Monday morning, with items for architectural services qualifications for two projects, road use agreements and an interlocal agreement. The commissioners court is scheduled to consider authorizing issuance of requests for proposals for qualifications for architectural services related to the hazardous mitigation assistance grant programs for a Community Safe Room as well...

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Clerk’s Office Enters Into Agreement With IDS For Docket Application
Jul28

Clerk’s Office Enters Into Agreement With IDS For Docket Application

Commissioners Court Approves Interlocal And Special Road Use Agreements, Budget Amendment To Benefit VFDs Hopkins County Commissioners Court Monday approved an interlocal agreement for insurance to help pay for a public defender insurance program to help with costs should the county have a capital murder case that advances to a death penalty, as well as one special road use and one docket application docket application agreement, and...

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Software Agreement Will Allow County Clerk To Post Certain Records Directly To County Website
Jul13

Software Agreement Will Allow County Clerk To Post Certain Records Directly To County Website

Hopkins County Clerk Tracy Smith received approval to enter into a software agreement which will allow her to directly post certain records updates to the county website. A re-plat request, correction to the June 25, 2021, meeting agenda minutes, disposal of two Precinct 3 trucks and a bond for the newly appointed deputy treasurer were also considered Monday by the Hopkins County Commissioners Court. Software Agreement Hopkins County...

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COVID-19 Continues To Rise, With 578 Active Cases In Hopkins County On Jan. 14
Jan14

COVID-19 Continues To Rise, With 578 Active Cases In Hopkins County On Jan. 14

As has been the case across the country, state and world, COVID-19 cases have continued to surge in Hopkins County this week. Over the past four days alone, new cases have far outpaced recoveries with only 24 recoveries and 157 new COVID cases, which coupled with the 174 new cases reported Jan. 1-7, 2022, leaves 578 Hopkins County resident who still actively had COVID-19 on Thursday, Jan. 13, according to Texas Department of State...

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COVID Transmission Rates Across The US, Texas, Hopkins County Continue To Be High
Jan12

COVID Transmission Rates Across The US, Texas, Hopkins County Continue To Be High

COVID transmission rates across the Country, state and county continue to be high this week, increasing 2.7 percent across the United States over the past 7 days compared to the previous 7, according to the Centers for Disease Control. A total of 627,752 active cases were reported in Texas, including 483 Hopkins County residents who actively had COVID-19 at 1:40 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, according to Texas Department of State...

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New Total Knee Replacement Technology, Upgraded Cleaning & Disinfectant Protocols Added At CMFH-SS
Dec09

New Total Knee Replacement Technology, Upgraded Cleaning & Disinfectant Protocols Added At CMFH-SS

CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital Sulphur Springs Business News – Dec. 7, 2020 By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS® Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs Sulphur Springs, Texas – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission: To Extend the Health Ministry of Jesus Christ.   Now offering the newest technology in total knee replacement We are proud to offer the newest technology in...

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Sulphur Springs High School Kicks Off CTE Month With Proclamation From Mayor
Feb03

Sulphur Springs High School Kicks Off CTE Month With Proclamation From Mayor

Sulphur Springs High School began the month-long celebration of career and technical education programs with a proclamation delivered by Sulphur Springs Mayor John Sellers designating February as Career and Technical Education Month in the city. SSHS staff and students join schools from across the country in the observance of CTE Month. Sulphur Springs Mayor John Sellers Students from several of the school’s CTE classes joined...

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AMGA Acclaim Award Recognizes the Quality and Value of Care Provided to Sulphur Springs and Northeast Texas
Apr02

AMGA Acclaim Award Recognizes the Quality and Value of Care Provided to Sulphur Springs and Northeast Texas

SULPHUR SPRINGS, TX – CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic, the Northeast Texas-based provider group and part of CHRISTUS Health, has been recognized with the American Medical Group Association’s (AMGA) prestigious 2017 Acclaim Award. Each year, the award, supported by AMGA Foundation, rewards a single medical group or other organized system of care that are bringing the American health care system closer to the ideal delivery model – one that is...

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Winter Grazing Program Set for August 24th in Overton
Jul26

Winter Grazing Program Set for August 24th in Overton

by Russell Adams, Texas A & M Agriculture OVERTON – Beef cattle producers hoping to cut costs and maximize winter grazing should attend an Aug. 24 program in Overton focused on reducing winter feeding with stockpiled forages and winter pasture, coordinators said. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service program will be presented by Dr. Jason Banta, AgriLife Extension beef cattle specialist, and Dr. Vanessa Corriher-Olson,...

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AgriLife Pasture Management Program Planned in Overton, February 17
Jan04

AgriLife Pasture Management Program Planned in Overton, February 17

OVERTON – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will hold an East Texas Pasture Management Program Feb. 17 in Overton. The program begins with registration at 12:30 p.m. at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, 1710 N. Farm-to-Market Road 3053. Cost is $25 per person if preregistered by Feb. 15 or $35 the day of the event. Register online at https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu or call AgriLife Extension...

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