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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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Nov. 2, 2021 Election Canvassing: Cumby Alderman Place 4 Determined
Nov16

Nov. 2, 2021 Election Canvassing: Cumby Alderman Place 4 Determined

Commissioners Canvass Hopkins County Votes In 2021 Constitutional Amendment Election The tie between Katherine Flinn and Allie Crocker for Cumby Alderman Place 4 has been determined, and the county results for the Nov. 2, 2021 Constitutional Amendment Election had been canvassed by county officials as of Tuesday morning Nov. 16, 2021. Cumby City Council In Cumby, both Allie Crocker and Katherine Flinn received exactly 50 percent of...

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Candidates Tie For Place 4 On Cumby City Council
Nov03

Candidates Tie For Place 4 On Cumby City Council

13 Votes Separate First, Fourth Place In North Hopkins ISD Trustees Election Voting was very light in the Constitutional Amendment Elections, as is often the case, and Hopkins County voters, like those across the state, approved all eight propositions in the Nov. 2, 2021, Election. Voter turnout in Cumby City Council Election was extremely low as well, and resulted in a tie for Place 4 Alderman seat, and only 13 votes separated the...

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CPCISD, Cumby ISD,  Yantis ISD May 1 Election Results
May01

CPCISD, Cumby ISD, Yantis ISD May 1 Election Results

Results of the May 1, 2021, school election as reported by school election officials Saturday evening are listed below and will be updated as they come in. All Como-Pickton CISD, Cumby ISD and Yantis ISD election results are unofficial until canvassed by that district’s school board at a future meeting. Yantis ISD Yantis ISD ballots asked votes to choose up to three of the four candidates to serve in full term seats on the...

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Como-Pickton CISD, Yantis and Cumby ISD Elections To Be Determined May 1
Apr30

Como-Pickton CISD, Yantis and Cumby ISD Elections To Be Determined May 1

Cumby Residents To Vote on $7.34M-7.941M In Bond Proposals; CP, Yantis Holding School Board Elections Early voting in local school bond and trustees elections concluded Tuesday, with relatively low early voting turnouts reported in Como-Pickton and Yantis ISD elections, but a higher turn out for the Cumby ISD two-proposal $7.34-7.941 million bond election than the bond election conducted in 2019. Como-Pickton CISD Trustees Election...

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Cumby ISD Hosting Three Virtual Community Meetings To Discuss Bond Election
Mar31

Cumby ISD Hosting Three Virtual Community Meetings To Discuss Bond Election

Cumby ISD has scheduled three virtual community meetings in April to discuss the $7.34 million facilities bond proposal and a $600,000 optional bond proposition to improve athletic facilities. Upcoming Community Meetings To give community members a chance to voice any questions or concerns they may have regarding the bond proposals, Cumby ISD has scheduled three community meetings prior to early voting, which starts April 19. The...

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Cumby ISD Board Of Trustees Calls For A 2-Proposition Bond Election
Feb12

Cumby ISD Board Of Trustees Calls For A 2-Proposition Bond Election

Cumby ISD Board of Trustees, during their regular February meeting Thursday night, called for a special 2-proposition bond election to be held May 1, 2021. This is the second time the board has called for a bond election for facilities improvements in the last few years. Cumby ISD voters were asked during the Nov. 5, 2019 election to consider approving a school bond to expand the elementary campus, which would require moving the...

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Nov. 3, 2020 Hopkins County Election Results
Nov03

Nov. 3, 2020 Hopkins County Election Results

Below are the unofficial final results of the Nov. 3 elections conducted in Hopkins County. Early voting results reflect Hopkins County totals only and include the total of absentee and early voting. Sulphur Springs City Council Place 1 Jay W. Julian – 1,764 votes (45.97 percent) early voting (EV) and 179 Election Day; total: 1943 total votes (43.67 percent)Mark Bradley – 933 votes (24.32 percent) EV and 162...

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Candidate Profiles: Cumby City Council Election
Oct12

Candidate Profiles: Cumby City Council Election

Early voting begins Tuesday, Oct. 13, for the General Election. In addition to containing national, county and state races, the ballot for voters who live in Cumby will contain the Cumby City Council and City of Cumby sales and use tax reauthorization elections as well. Sample ballot for Cumby elections Voters who reside within the city limits of Cumby will be asked to choose one of two choices for Alderman Place 1 and Alderman Place...

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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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