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Cumby ISD Trustees Canvass May 1 Bond Election Returns, Hire Architectural Firm
May08

Cumby ISD Trustees Canvass May 1 Bond Election Returns, Hire Architectural Firm

May 1 and May 6, 2021, were historic days for Cumby ISD. The voters approved two bond propositions for a new high school and ag shop, and facilities improvements at the other campuses, and a new track last Saturday. Cumby ISD Board of Trustees followed that up on Thursday night with the canvassing of the vote from the May 1 bond election and approval of a contract for the design and other documents related to the school bond projects....

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Cumby ISD Supt. Slaughter Visits With KSST About May 1 Bond Election
Apr20

Cumby ISD Supt. Slaughter Visits With KSST About May 1 Bond Election

Shelly Slaughter is a 17-year employee of Cumby ISD, having also served as Elementary Principal and High School Principal On Tuesday April 20, 2021, Cumby ISD Superintendent Shelly Slaughter appeared on the KSST Good Morning Show regarding the 2021 Cumby School Bond Election. During the interview, Slaughter stated that anyone who pays Cumby school taxes and who is a registered voter is eligible to vote in the May 1 election. Or they...

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Voters To Consider 2 Propositions On May 1 Cumby ISD Bond Election Ballot
Apr18

Voters To Consider 2 Propositions On May 1 Cumby ISD Bond Election Ballot

Early voting begins this week in the Cumby ISD bond election. Voters are asked to consider two bond propositions, one for facilities improvements and construction of a new high school, and a second, contingent on the first, for athletic facilities. Cumby ISD bond Voters within Cumby ISD may cast their choice either for or against both Proposition A and Proposition B from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, April 19-23 and April 26-27,...

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Cumby ISD Breaks Ground On New High School
May13

Cumby ISD Breaks Ground On New High School

Cumby ISD officially broke ground Thursday night on the district’s new high school during a brief ceremony. The new campus is among several improvements being made to school facilities thanks to voter-approved bond funds as the school transitions toward being Cumby Collegiate High School. Cumby ISD Superintendent Shelly Slaughter welcomed everyone to the ground breaking event, offered them bottles of water and cookies, then...

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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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Four Local May 7 Elections Expected To Be Canceled
Feb21

Four Local May 7 Elections Expected To Be Canceled

Filing For Candidacy In Cumby City Council Election Ongoing Four local May 7 elections are expected to be canceled. Filing for candidacy in the Cumby City County Election is ongoing through March 7, 2022. Hospital District Board HCHD Hopkins County Hospital District is expected to cancel the scheduled May 7, 2022, election for two seats on the HCHD Board of Directors, as the election drew no challengers. The seats by default will go...

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