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SSPD: Man Who Pulled Out In Front Of Patrol Car Had No Driver’s License
May14

SSPD: Man Who Pulled Out In Front Of Patrol Car Had No Driver’s License

A Sulphur Springs man who allegedly pulled out of a Gilmer Street parking lot about 7:30 p.m. Monday  in a Ford F250 pickup in front of a police officer’s patrol car ended up in jail. Police detained the truck for failure to yield. While he had the man stopped, the city officer discovered the 48-year-old did not have a driver’s license, resulting in the man’s arrest on the charge. The man was taken to jail; his truck...

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Early Voting In Nov. 8 General Election, 4 School Elections Under Way Today
Oct24

Early Voting In Nov. 8 General Election, 4 School Elections Under Way Today

Early voting in the Nov. 8, 2022, General Election and four school elections — 3 trustees and one bond election 3 — got under way Monday morning, Oct. 24, 2022, at The ROC (First Baptist Church’s Recreational Outreach Center). Early voting by personal appearance will continue through Nov. 4. Early voting is being conducted Oct. 24-Nov. 4, 2022 at The ROC (The First Baptist Church Recreational Outreach Center), 115 Putman Street...

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Wylie Teen Applying For Driver’s License Receives Ride To Jail Instead
May24

Wylie Teen Applying For Driver’s License Receives Ride To Jail Instead

A Wylie teen applying for his driver’s license received a ride to jail instead, according to jail reports. Nathaniel William Caldwell Nathaniel William Caldwell went to Texas Department of Public Safety Office in Sulphur Springs to obtain a driver’s license. A records check showed the 19-year-old Wylie resident to be wanted in Collin County on a sexual assault charge. He was detained while DPS communications operators...

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Methamphetamine And Hallucinogenic Mushrooms Found During Cumby Traffic Stop
May20

Methamphetamine And Hallucinogenic Mushrooms Found During Cumby Traffic Stop

Pair Tries To Discard Contraband; Meth Found In Woman’s Makeup Bag And A Man’s Wallet Also At least five people were arrested on controlled substance charges following four different traffic stops May 17-20, 2022. A Wylie man was jailed on controlled substance charges after methamphetamine and hallucinogenic mushrooms and were found in his vehicle. A Sulphur Springs pair was reportedly caught discarding from a vehicle a...

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North Hopkins Kindergarten and Pre-K Registration Under Way
Apr15

North Hopkins Kindergarten and Pre-K Registration Under Way

Kindergarten and pre-kindergarten registration for the 2022-2023 school year began this week at North Hopkins Elementary. In order to register a child for kindergarten, the prospective student must be 5 years old on Sept. 1, 2022. This registration is for students who did not attend pre-kindergarten at NHISD this year. Parents/guardians may download a kindergarten enrollment packet by clicking on the link on the school website or...

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Marijuana Odor Detected During Traffic Stop, Bottle Under The Driver’s Feet Result In 2 Arrests
Feb19

Marijuana Odor Detected During Traffic Stop, Bottle Under The Driver’s Feet Result In 2 Arrests

An obscured license plate caught a Cumby officers’ attention at 4:11 p.m. Feb. 18, the marijuana smell coming from the car while talking to the occupants made him suspicious, but the yellow bottle under the driver’s feet was what resulted in not only her arrest the passenger’s as well, according to arrest reports. Beverly Alaina Bailey (HCSO jail photo) According to arrest reports, the driver voluntarily handed over...

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Courtesy Stop On SH 19 North To Check On A Motorist Resulted In A Felony Arrest
Oct09

Courtesy Stop On SH 19 North To Check On A Motorist Resulted In A Felony Arrest

5 Others Arrested On Controlled Substance, Related Charges; Teen Jailed On Marijuana Charge What started off as a courtesy stop to check on a motorist in Birthright resulted in a felony controlled substance arrest, according to arrest reports. In unrelated incidents this week, a youth learned the consequences of having an illegal substance in a drug-free zone Friday, and at least four others were also booked into the county jail on...

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Cummings Announces Intent To Seek Re-Election As Justice Of The Peace For Precinct 2
Oct04

Cummings Announces Intent To Seek Re-Election As Justice Of The Peace For Precinct 2

Judge Brad Cummings announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination for re-election as Hopkins County Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2. Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Brad Cummings Judge Cummings has served the citizens of Hopkins County for 13 years. The last 6 1/2 years, he has served as Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2, which includes Hopkins County Precincts 3 and Precinct 4. The Justice Courts have original...

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Cummings Announces Intent To Seek Re-Election As Justice Of The Peace For Precinct 2
Oct04

Cummings Announces Intent To Seek Re-Election As Justice Of The Peace For Precinct 2

Judge Brad Cummings announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination for re-election as Hopkins County Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2. Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Brad Cummings Judge Cummings has served the citizens of Hopkins County for 13 years. The last 6 1/2 years, he has served as Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 2, which includes Hopkins County Precincts 3 and Precinct 4. The Justice Courts have original...

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A Few Changes To Note As SSISD Begins The 2021-2022 School Year Today
Aug18

A Few Changes To Note As SSISD Begins The 2021-2022 School Year Today

Sulphur Springs ISD Administrators went over a few changes this year that students, parents and staff will want to make note of, particularly those regarding school meals, corporal punishment, absences, one dress code change, School Health Advisory Council operations, final exams, leave for SSISD police officer and return to school plan basics. School Meals SSISD Child Nutrition Deparmtent, like those in most school districts this...

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