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Customers Behind On City Utility Bills Due To COVID-19 Have 24 Months To Pay Amount Owed
Apr07

Customers Behind On City Utility Bills Due To COVID-19 Have 24 Months To Pay Amount Owed

Sulphur Springs City Council determined Tuesday night that customers who are behind on city utility bills due to COVID-19 will have up to 24 months to pay off the amount owed on their bills without fear their water service will be turned off. As of Tuesday morning, April 6, a total of $157,384 in past due amounts is owed by city utility customers. Of the 503 accounts behind by 30 days or more, 29 are 12 months or more past due. City...

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380 Agreements, Grant Application On City Council April 6 Agenda
Apr05

380 Agreements, Grant Application On City Council April 6 Agenda

Executive Session Scheduled To Consider 2 Economic Development Projects The Sulphur Springs City Council April 6 agenda is full, starting with an executive session to discuss two potential economic development projects, then during the regular session will consider numerous items, including 380 agreements, sewer line bores for Saputo’s grant project, naming a street, the annual audit, a payment plant for utility customers,...

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Sulphur Springs ISD Head Start Program To Apply For Grant Continuation And Refunding, Transportation Waiver
Mar26

Sulphur Springs ISD Head Start Program To Apply For Grant Continuation And Refunding, Transportation Waiver

Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees during the regular monthly meeting this week gave the Head Start program director the go-ahead to apply for grant continuation and refunding, as well as a Head Start transportation waiver application. Transportation Wavier Sulphur Spring ISD Head Start program Director Angela Edwards asked trustees to approve a request for a transportation waiver for the Head Start program. She noted the SSISD...

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What To Expect In Local City and County Facilities Following GA-34
Mar10

What To Expect In Local City and County Facilities Following GA-34

Governor Greg Abbott’s announcement last week of GA-34, which retracts most of the other Governor’s Order enacted related to COVID-19 over the last several months, goes into effect today (Wednesday, March 10). Businesses that choose to do so will be allowed to reopen with no capacity limits, and most public face mask requirements are also lifted — although business owners are allowed to request people wear masks if...

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Street Improvement Program, Concessionaire Services Highlight March 2 Sulphur Springs City Council Agenda
Mar02

Street Improvement Program, Concessionaire Services Highlight March 2 Sulphur Springs City Council Agenda

The Street Improvement Program, concessionaire services and May election highlight the March 2 Sulphur Springs City Council meeting agenda. As has been the practice through most of the last year, Tuesday night’s City Council meeting will be conducted virtually, with Council members and city employees participating in the meeting connecting through Zoom conferencing platform, which will be streamed on the City of Sulphur Springs...

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Feb. 10 COVID-19 Update: 16 Additional Cases, 21 Recoveries
Feb10

Feb. 10 COVID-19 Update: 16 Additional Cases, 21 Recoveries

Texas Department of State Health Services’ Feb. 10 COVID-19 Case Counts dashboard showed 16 additional COVID-19 cases and 21 additional recoveries for Hopkins County. The Vaccine Data dashboard also showed the county has had 356 fewer cases than were reported on Tuesday. While DSHS added four confirmed COVID-19 cases to the overall case count, one of the cases was reported to be an older case just reported to DSHS by a lab. So...

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Feb. 8 COVID-19 Update: 13 New Cases, 9 Recoveries, 81 Vaccine Doses Administered
Feb08

Feb. 8 COVID-19 Update: 13 New Cases, 9 Recoveries, 81 Vaccine Doses Administered

While no new COVID-19 cases nor recoveries were reported in Hopkins County on Sunday, 13 new cases and nine recoveries were reported on Monday, according to Texas Department of State Health Services Feb. 8 COVID-19 Case Counts dashboard. Another 81 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were also administered and COVID-19 hospitalizations remained low over the weekend. COVID-19 Case Counts Three Hopkins County residents Monday received...

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Feb. 6 COVID-19 Update: 23 New Hopkins County COVID-19 Cases, 6 Recoveries
Feb06

Feb. 6 COVID-19 Update: 23 New Hopkins County COVID-19 Cases, 6 Recoveries

COVID-19 hospitalizations continued to decline across the state on Friday, including Trauma Service Area F, and six additional COVID-19 recoveries were reported for Hopkins County, in DSHS Feb. 6 COVID-19 dashboards. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 23 new novel coronavirus 2019 cases were also reported on Saturday for Hopkins County on Saturday. Case Counts Five Hopkins County residents had received positive lab-confirmed molecular...

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Feb. 5 COVID-19 Update: 3 Fatalities, 18 New Cases, 10 Recoveries, 35 Vaccine Doses Administered
Feb05

Feb. 5 COVID-19 Update: 3 Fatalities, 18 New Cases, 10 Recoveries, 35 Vaccine Doses Administered

The Texas Department of State Health Services Feb. 5 COVID-19 Case Counts dashboard showed three additional confirmed COIVD-19 fatalities and 18 new cases on Friday. On the other hand, 10 people had recovered Friday, COVID-19 hospitalizations remained low, 36 additional doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered to people in Hopkins County on Thursday and 200 additional doses have been allocated to two Hopkins County providers...

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Sulphur Springs Fire Department Applying For Homeland Security Grant
Feb04

Sulphur Springs Fire Department Applying For Homeland Security Grant

City Council Approves Extension Of Temporary Emergency Paid Sick Leave Due to COVID-19 Policy, Zoning Board Appointment Sulphur Springs City Council approved resolutions for a Homeland Security grant application and an extension of the temporary emergency paid sick leave due to COVID-19 policy were approved, and a new Zoning Board appointment made during the regular February council meeting this week. Homeland Security Grant Sulphur...

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