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John Brian Beadle Plans To Run As A Republican Candidate For Hopkins County Precinct 2 Constable
Sep12

John Brian Beadle Plans To Run As A Republican Candidate For Hopkins County Precinct 2 Constable

John Brian Beadle John Brian Beadle Wednesday announced his intent to file as a Republican candidate for Hopkins County Constable, Precinct 2, in the spring primary election. He said Hopkins County is his home county. He and his wife of 19 years were able to move home about 14 years ago; they currently live in Weaver with their two sons, who attend Saltillo ISD. Beadle said for the last 25 years, he’s worked for Dallas County....

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Beadle Edges Ahead Of Humphries In Election for Constable 2 With 51.45 Percent Of Overall Votes
Mar04

Beadle Edges Ahead Of Humphries In Election for Constable 2 With 51.45 Percent Of Overall Votes

The only opposed county-level election in Hopkins County, for Constable 2, was close, but when the final unofficial tallies came in Tuesday night, John Brian Beadle had edged ahead of Charles Humphries with 51.45 percent of the Republican ballots cast in in the March 3 Party Primary. John Brian Beadle When the early voting totals were in, only 28 votes separated the two Precinct 2 Constable candidates, with Humphries receiving 469...

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7 Elected County Officials, Sheriff’s Officers Participate In Jan. 1 Swearing-In
Jan01

7 Elected County Officials, Sheriff’s Officers Participate In Jan. 1 Swearing-In

Hopkins County officials started 2021 with the swearing-in ceremony for officials elected to office in November. The second floor courtroom at Hopkins County Courthouse was packed at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 1, with family, friends and community members witnessing the oath of office and service issued to seven elected county officials and for the sheriff’s officers. Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom welcomed everyone to what he...

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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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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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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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School, City, District, County, State, National Elections On Nov. 3 Ballots In Hopkins County
Nov02

School, City, District, County, State, National Elections On Nov. 3 Ballots In Hopkins County

Registered Hopkins County voters will have one more change to cast ballots at any one of the 12 county voting locations between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 3, 2020. At least 15 state, national and federal races are on Nov. 3 Hopkins County ballots. Overall, there are 38 different ballots, including elections for 7 county and 3 district positions with only one candidate; and 3 school board and 2 city elections which have drawn multiple...

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On Hopkins County Ballots: School, City, District, County, State, National Elections
Oct14

On Hopkins County Ballots: School, City, District, County, State, National Elections

At least 15 state, national and federal races are on Nov. 3 Hopkins County ballots. Overall, there are 38 different ballots, including elections for 7 county and 3 district positions with only one candidate; and 3 school board and 2 city elections which have drawn multiple candidates. Local elections include those for Sulphur Springs City Council, Cumby City Council, Miller Grove ISD Board of Trustees and North Hopkins ISD Board of...

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Dispatch Protocols, New System Discussed at VFD Chiefs Meeting
Sep13

Dispatch Protocols, New System Discussed at VFD Chiefs Meeting

Dispatch protocols and system were central topics discussed recently during the first meeting conducted between volunteer fire department chiefs and county officials since the coronavirus pandemic began in March. Dispatch Protocols Hopkins County Fire Department Chief Andy Endsley said one reason the meeting was called at the EOC/training center at the sheriff’s office instead of its usual location at Hopkins County Fire Station...

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*Updated* Hopkins County Primary Election Results 2020
Mar03

*Updated* Hopkins County Primary Election Results 2020

Below are the unofficial final results of the March 3 primaries for opposed county and district elections as of 9:04 p.m. Results reflect Hopkins County results only for district elections: CONSTABLE PRECINCT 2 Republicans Charles Humphries: 1136John Brian Beadle: 1204 Democrats No candidate DISTRICT 2, STATE REPRESENTATIVE (Hopkins, Hunt, Van Zandt District) Republicans – Hopkins County Totals Only Dan Flynn: 2007Bryan Slaton:...

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