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Email Scam Asks TDLR Licensees To Validate Information
Mar12

Email Scam Asks TDLR Licensees To Validate Information

Texas Department of Licensing And Regulations Recommends Deleting Emails Without Clicking Enclosed Link AUSTIN – An unknown number of people appear to have been targeted with an email scam that asks them to validate their profile information with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. TDLR did not send the email, and the agency urges anyone who received it to delete the email without clicking on the link or confirming or...

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Email Request To Validate Profile Information With TDLR Is A Phishing Scam
Dec16

Email Request To Validate Profile Information With TDLR Is A Phishing Scam

AUSTIN – An unknown number of people appear to have been targeted with an email that asks them to validate their profile information with Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. TDLR did not send the email, and the agency urges anyone who received it to delete the email without clicking on the link or confirming or providing any personal information. A TDLR licensee alerted the agency to the scam email. TDLR notified the Texas...

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Commissioners Court Approved Amended Disaster Declaration Reopening More Local Businesses Today
Apr28

Commissioners Court Approved Amended Disaster Declaration Reopening More Local Businesses Today

Hopkins County Commissioners Court approved amended disaster declaration, which will help reopen more of Texas economy starting at noon today (April 28), ahead of the May 1 date issued by the Governor on Monday. The county declaration adopts all measures of GA-18, the Executive Order issued by Governor Greg Abbott April 27, and refers businesses to the Texans Helping Texans guide book compiled by the state regarding Phase I reopening...

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When Hail Happens
Apr18

When Hail Happens

In recent weeks, KSST has been asked to assist listeners with dates of hail storms in their communities. The listeners have desired the information to assist with insurance claims regarding damage to the roof of their home and/or an outbuilding. Although we are happy to assist when possible, here are some specific steps you might want to remember should a hail storm damage your roof. Your personal safety and preparation is the key to...

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Scrap Tire Agreement, Park Drilling Ordinance Among Matters Address By Sulphur Springs City Council
Nov06

Scrap Tire Agreement, Park Drilling Ordinance Among Matters Address By Sulphur Springs City Council

An ordinance amendment which will increase the city’s chances of obtaining a grant was given approved, on first reading, by Sulphur Springs City Council Tuesday night. Sulphur Springs City Hall, 201 North Davis St., Sulphur Springs, Texas Also approve by the council Tuesday night were resolutions adopting a fund balance policy, in support of a local apartment group’s application for funding assistance for renovations and...

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Tatum: House Bill 1325 Will Not Affect Sheriff’s Office’s Law Enforcement Operations
Aug07

Tatum: House Bill 1325 Will Not Affect Sheriff’s Office’s Law Enforcement Operations

Hopkins County Sheriff Lewis Tatum Hopkins County Sheriff Lewis Tatum Wednesday morning said while House Bill 1325 legalizes possession of hemp, it “does not decriminalize marijuana” nor will it “affect law enforcement operations of the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office.” HB 1325, passed and effective June 10, stipulates that hemp production and possession of a cannabis plant and any substance derived from...

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Agriculture Pesticide Program By Mario Villarino
Jan27

Agriculture Pesticide Program By Mario Villarino

AGRICULTURE PESTICIDE PROGRAM: Certification scheduled for February 8, 2017 Many pesticides are regulated from product conception by the manufacturer. Traditionally, several entities (FDA, EPA, USDA and other) regulatory agencies are part of the process of reviewing, controlling or changing the regulatory status of agricultural products. Although the outcome is simple (either deciding if is regulated or not) the process is complex and...

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Agrilife: Private Applicator Training Scheduled for October 12, 2016 in Sulphur Springs
Sep15

Agrilife: Private Applicator Training Scheduled for October 12, 2016 in Sulphur Springs

A private pesticide applicator is someone who uses or supervises the use of restricted-use or state-limited-use pesticides or regulated herbicides to produce an agricultural commodity on: Personally owned property; Rented property Property owned by his or her employer; Property under his or her general control; or The property of another person if applied without compensation, other than the trading of personal services between...

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