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Bill Allan Recognized For Service To Hopkins County
Dec07

Bill Allan Recognized For Service To Hopkins County

Constable II Bill Allan was recognized by Hopkins County Commissioners Court for his years of service. The court also approved a couple of donations to Precinct 4 and volunteer fire department agreements during the regular session Monday morning. Judge Robert Newsom, Precinct 2 Constable Bill Allan Allan received a plaque for 8 years of dedicated service as Constable for Precinct 2. Allan opted to retire at the end of the year instead...

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Hopkins County Constable Precinct 2 Candidate Profiles
Feb16

Hopkins County Constable Precinct 2 Candidate Profiles

The start of early voting for the March 3 Primary Elections begins Tuesday morning, Feb. 18. At the county level, the Constable 2 position was the only one to draw challengers. While Constable 2 Bill Allan chose not to seek another term, John Brian Beadle and Charles Humphries are both seeking the Republican Party nomination for the office. There are no Democratic Party candidates for Constable Precinct 2, according to the Secretary...

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Allan Will Not Seek Another Term As Constable
Sep13

Allan Will Not Seek Another Term As Constable

Hopkins County Constable Bill Allan Precinct 2 Constable Bill Allan said Friday he does not plan to to seek another term in office. “I have been part of Hopkins County law enforcement for around 20 years. I will be here until Jan. 1, 2021. Then, it will be 22 years. I’ve enjoyed my job and have been told I do make a difference,” Allan said. “I have about 1 year and four months left. I’ll continue to do my...

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Recently Elected, Appointed Hopkins County Officials To Be Sworn In Jan. 1
Dec31

Recently Elected, Appointed Hopkins County Officials To Be Sworn In Jan. 1

Recently elected and appointed Hopkins County officials are to be sworn in Jan. 1 during a special meeting of Hopkins County Commissioners Court. Once the oath of office is administered to the elected and appointed officials the Commissioners Court will then be asked to consider approving the bonds for those individuals. Taking the oath for the first time will be John Brian Beadle as Constable for Precinct 2. After Precinct 2...

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Cumby Woman Jailed For Second Time This Month
Oct22

Cumby Woman Jailed For Second Time This Month

Sulphur Springs Man Arrested 13 Days After Release From Jail Two people were arrested this week on felony warrants, including a Cumby woman jailed for the second time this month and a Sulphur Springs man arrested 13 days after his release from jail, according to arrest reports. Cumby Arrest Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers notified Cumby Police Officer A. Gonzalez by phone just before 6:20 p.m. Oct. 21, 2020 that a...

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Election Day Voting In March 3 Primaries To Be Held At 12 Locations In Hopkins County
Mar02

Election Day Voting In March 3 Primaries To Be Held At 12 Locations In Hopkins County

Voters who did not take advantage of the early voting period to cast ballots in the Democratic and Republican Party Primary Elections will have one last chance to do so Tuesday, March 3. According to early voter totals reported to the Secretary of State’s Office, 2,510 of the 23,190 registered voters in Hopkins County cast ballots either by mail or personal appearance at the conclusion of early voting in the March Party Primary...

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Early Voting Concludes Today
Feb28

Early Voting Concludes Today

Early voting by personal appearance in the Republican and Democratic Primary Elections ends today. Ballots may be cast by Hopkins County voters until 5 p.m. Feb. 28 in the Justice of the Peace 2 Courtroom located inside Hopkins County Courthouse Annex (the Tax/Justices of the Peace offices). As of Thursday evening, 249 voters had cast ballots in the Democratic Primary and 1,625 in the Republican Primary, according to the total voter...

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1,061 Ballots Cast During First Week Of Early Voting
Feb25

1,061 Ballots Cast During First Week Of Early Voting

After one full week of early voting, 1,061 ballots had been cast in the March 3, 20202 Republican and Democratic Party Primary Elections, according to the official totals posted by the early voting judges. Of those, 924 had been cast in the Republican Primary and 137 in the Democratic Primary at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 24. In the Democratic Primary, 23 voters had cast ballots by 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 19, the second day of voting. That number had...

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Early Voting Begins Feb. 18 in Party Primary Elections
Feb17

Early Voting Begins Feb. 18 in Party Primary Elections

Early voting begins Tuesday, Feb. 18 in the March 3 Primary Election and continues through Friday, Feb. 28. Voting will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 18-22, Feb. 24, Feb. 26 and Feb. 28. Voting will be conducted from noon to 5 p.m. Feb. 23, and from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 25 and 27. All early voting in Hopkins County will conducted in the Justice of the Peace #2 Courtroom at the Hopkins County Tax Office/Justice of the Peace...

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Commissioners Court To Canvass Nov. 5 Votes At Special Friday Meeting
Nov14

Commissioners Court To Canvass Nov. 5 Votes At Special Friday Meeting

Miller Grove VFD Recognized, Houston-Rosemont Street Building Bid Selected At Previous Court Session Hopkins County Commissioners Court and Fire Chief Andy Endsley present a framed proclamation recognizing Miller Grove VFD to Ray Sparks, MGVFD captain/treasurer. Hopkins County Commissioners Court have scheduled a special session Friday morning primarily to canvass the votes from the Nov. 5, Constitutional Amendment Election. The...

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