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Bond Accountability, Projected Costs, Facility Names Discussed At SSISD Town Hall Meeting
Apr19

Bond Accountability, Projected Costs, Facility Names Discussed At SSISD Town Hall Meeting

Accountability, projected costs, facility names, and bond ratings, were among the topics community members asked for additional information about during the town hall meeting held to discuss the Sulphur Springs ISD bond. Sulphur Springs ISD Superintendent Michael Lamb holds a second town hall meeting April 18, 2022, to provide information to the community and answer questions about the $93 million bond proposal for school improvements...

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April 18 Town Hall Meeting To Provide Information About May 7 SSISD Bond Election
Apr18

April 18 Town Hall Meeting To Provide Information About May 7 SSISD Bond Election

Any who are interested in obtaining more information or who have questions about the May 7 Sulphur Springs ISD bond election are invited to attend the Town Hall meeting tonight (April 18) at SSISD Administration Building, 631 Connally St. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in the Board Room (located at the back of the building). SSISD logo Superintendent Michael Lamb will present information regarding the bond proposal and...

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Saturday Is Election Day For SSISD Bond, WISD Trustees, Constitutional Amendments Elections
May06

Saturday Is Election Day For SSISD Bond, WISD Trustees, Constitutional Amendments Elections

Registered voters will have one more opportunity to cast ballots on Election Day, Saturday, May 7, 2022, in the Sulphur Springs ISD bond, Winnsboro ISD trustees and Texas Constitutional Amendment Elections. Early Voting Totals As of the close of early voting on Tuesday, only 5.51% of Hopkins County’s 24,492 registered voters had cast ballots. Of the 1,350 ballots cast during the early voting period, 1,212 (4.95%) were in-person...

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Early Voting In SSISD Bond, WISD Trustees, Texas Constitutional Amendments Elections Ends May 3
May02

Early Voting In SSISD Bond, WISD Trustees, Texas Constitutional Amendments Elections Ends May 3

SOS: Voter Turnout Below 5% In Hopkins, Wood Counties; Below 10% In Franklin County As Of Sunday Early voting in the Sulphur Springs ISD bond election, Winnsboro ISD trustees election and Texas Constitutional Amendments elections ends Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Early Voting In Hopkins County early voting by personal appearance will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Tuesday, May 2-3, in the Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Courtroom,...

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Early Voting Under Way In SSISD Bond Election, 2 Constitutional Amendment Propositions
Apr25

Early Voting Under Way In SSISD Bond Election, 2 Constitutional Amendment Propositions

Last Day To Register To Vote For May 24 Runoff Is Monday Two elections will be held on two different days in May: the SSISD bond proposal, 2 proposed constitutional amendments, and Winnsboro ISD trustees elections on May 8; and runoffs from the March party primary elections will be held on May 24. There are two actions local voters can take today to vote in each. For registered voters, early voting in the May 7 elections starts today;...

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Administrators Discuss P-Tech Program At Cumby ISD, Sulphur Springs ISD’s $93 Million Bond Election
Apr21

Administrators Discuss P-Tech Program At Cumby ISD, Sulphur Springs ISD’s $93 Million Bond Election

Over a salad lunch Wednesday, school administrators discussed with interested community members the P-Tech Program at Cumby ISD and Sulphur Springs ISD’s $93 million bond election. The educational Lunch & Learn was hosted by Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce at The Oaks April 20, 2022. Cumby Programs Cumby ISD Superintendent Shelly Slaughter and High School Principal Donna George introduced the PTech program, part of...

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SSISD Superintendent Answers Questions, Shares Information About $93 Million Bond Election
Apr02

SSISD Superintendent Answers Questions, Shares Information About $93 Million Bond Election

Approximately 40-50 people attended the Town Hall meeting Thursday night to hear Sulphur Springs ISD Superintendent Michael Lamb share information and answer questions about the May SSISD $93 million bond election. Taxes, where a new facility will be constructed, what will become of existing structures and when these projects would take place, as well as what would occur if the bond does not pass were among the topics community...

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Senator Hall Gives Update On How Priorities, Bills Fared During 87th Legislative Session
Jun11

Senator Hall Gives Update On How Priorities, Bills Fared During 87th Legislative Session

Texas Senator Bob Hall Thursday evening in a town hall meeting at Hopkins County Courthouse gave n update on his involvement in the 87th Legislative session, including not only his office’s process regarding bills, the committees he serves on and priorities he took with him to the Regular Session, but how those bills and priorities fared. Hall then took questions from the audience of approximately 50 people in attendance in the...

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McDearmont Named to Downtown Revitalization Board; Council Approves Items on Agenda
Aug02

McDearmont Named to Downtown Revitalization Board; Council Approves Items on Agenda

Dr. Scott McDearmont was named to the Downtown Revitalization Board Tuesday night during the Sulphur Springs City Council August meeting. The council also approved all items on their agenda. Among the items a resolution supporting BEF Foods application for an Enterprise Zone Project that will add additional equipment for a Macaroni and Cheese line. The council extended the case management contract and collections contract with GHS, a...

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Sulphur Springs City Council Special Meeting Agenda
Jul11

Sulphur Springs City Council Special Meeting Agenda

The special meeting of the Sulphur Springs City Council will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 in the Council Room at 201 North Davis Street.  The following items will be discussed:   Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag, Texas Flag, and invocation.   Presentations, proclamations, and announcements.   Manager’s report will include status report of capital improvements, wastewater treatment plant...

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