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Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County Remember The Lives Lost In 9/11 Terrorist Attacks
Sep11

Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County Remember The Lives Lost In 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

USA flag at half-mast in remembrance of those killed in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Many services and observations were held Wednesday across the country for the nearly 3,000 people who died Sept. 11, 2001 as a result of the terrorist attacks on this nation. A full generation of children have been born and gone through school without ever knowing what this country was like before the terrorist attacks 18 years ago....

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Time to Clean-Up! City and County Designate Clean-Up Days for Residents
Apr11

Time to Clean-Up! City and County Designate Clean-Up Days for Residents

Hopkins County Precinct 1 Commissioner Mickey Barker and Hopkins County Fire Chief Andy Endsley want the public to know about Spring Clean Up opportunities extended to all citizens. This year, the County is planning to join in a 2-day portion of the City’s 2018 Clean-Up Week. For residents of Sulphur Springs, the entire week of April 16-21, 2018 is City-Wide Clean-Up Week. Additionally, two days (April 20 and 21) have been...

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Hopkins County Enviromental News
Sep29

Hopkins County Enviromental News

Hopkins County Fire Chief Andy Endsley told KSST News Thursday that the County Environmental Department would be relocated to the County Fire Station as of Monday morning. Chief Endsley said county officials made the move for better efficiency and to save taxpayer dollars. He said rather than hire a second person to assist County Environmental Officer Jim Dial with septic and aerobic tank inspections and cases of illegal dumping, two...

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Commissioners Court Approved Four Items Related To Road And Roof Repairs
Apr28

Commissioners Court Approved Four Items Related To Road And Roof Repairs

Hopkins County Commissioners Court approved four items related to road and roof repairs, a request to install a water line extension and a plat request during their regular meeting Monday. Hopkins County seal Road Survey Precinct 3 Commissioner Wade Bartley reported past flooding damaged culverts at one of the creek crossings on County Road 3525. The county had enquired about FEMA funding to help replace the culverts. Funding is...

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