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Hopkins County Records – Oct. 15, 2021
Oct15

Hopkins County Records – Oct. 15, 2021

Records at a County Clerk’s Office Applications for Marriage Licenses Caanon Marc Albert and Ashley Marie HaganScott Allen Moore Jr. and Carlie Renee LathamDustin Taylor Heer and Ashleigh Briann DodwellCharles Neal Mullins and Sarah Elizabeth HelmsAshton T. Smith-Peacock to Skyler Lucile Marie SwannChristopher L. Hamlin and Lisa Bell KingRonnie McGlothlin and Kimberly Lynn VititowRandy Lewis Bench and Sarah Ashley SheltonRicky...

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D6 Inc. Plans To Relocate Company Headquarters To Sulphur Springs
Oct15

D6 Inc. Plans To Relocate Company Headquarters To Sulphur Springs

Projected $27 Million Capital Investment Expected To Create 231 New Jobs D6 Inc. plans to relocate the company headquarters from Portland, Oregon, to Sulphur Springs, to expand their manufacturing presence in the state, Governor Greg Abbott announced Friday afternoon, Oct. 15, 2021. D6 Inc. is an advanced design-to-shelf packaging manufacturer, using recycled plastics, and when the pandemic began shifted to making face shields and...

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10 SSHS Choir Students Qualify For Region Choir, Advance to Pre-Area
Oct15

10 SSHS Choir Students Qualify For Region Choir, Advance to Pre-Area

Ten of the Sulphur Springs High School Choir students not only auditioned, but qualified For the All Region Choir on Saturday, Oct. 10. These students now advance to the Pre-Area Choir auditions. Three students were selected to sing soprano in the All Region Choir. Mika Boren, a sophomore, was selected 10th chair Soprano 1. Freshman Karisma Stegient and junior Danielle Verlander were selected to sing Soprano 2, Stegient as 12th chair...

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Hopkins County Continues To Have Fewer New COVID Cases Reported Weekly
Oct14

Hopkins County Continues To Have Fewer New COVID Cases Reported Weekly

Five Additional County Residents Confirmed This Month To Have Died From Coronavirus COVID-19 seems to be declining across the state, and the county is not exception; Hopkins County continues to have fewer new cases as well as fewer active cases, but that doesn’t mean COVID-19 is as yet gone from Hopkins County. While it’s as yet unclear whether the reduction in cases is because more people have become vaccinated for the...

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Louise Crump
Oct14

Louise Crump

Louise Crump Graveside service for Louise Crump, age 89 of Jefferson, Texas, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, October 16, 2021, at Pine Forest Cemetery. There will be no formal visitation. Mrs. Crump passed away on October 12, 2021, at Magnolia Place Health and Rehab. Louise was born on November 21, 1931. in Hugo, Oklahoma, to Rufus Otto and Edith (Morris) Grant. She married Newell Alfred “N.A” Crump on December 18, 1953, in Dallas,...

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Product Recalls: Infant Rice Cereal, Lidocaine, Dog Food, Trail Mix
Oct14

Product Recalls: Infant Rice Cereal, Lidocaine, Dog Food, Trail Mix

Time to check the fridge and cabinets to see if you have any of the products recalled over the last week due to possible cross contamination, undeclared potential allergens or high levels of some ingredients including infant rice cereal, lidocaine, dog food and trail mix. Baby Rice Cereal While no illnesses related to the product lots had been reported as of Oct. 8, 2021, Maple Island Inc. opted to issue a voluntary recall of three...

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HHS Observes Ombuds Day By Highlighting The Agencies 100 Patient Advocates
Oct14

HHS Observes Ombuds Day By Highlighting The Agencies 100 Patient Advocates

HHS News Release – Oct. 14, 2021 Agency Ombuds Handled More Than 90,000 Inquiries During Past Year AUSTIN – In commemoration of Ombuds Day on Oct. 14, Texas Health and Human Services is highlighting the dedicated work of the agency’s ombudsmen who serve as advocates for people using HHS services and licensed long-term care facilities, and their families. “HHSC works hard to provide critical life-saving and life sustaining...

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Patricia Hogan
Oct14

Patricia Hogan

Patricia Hogan Memorial service for Patricia Hogan, age 79, of Sulphur Springs, Texas, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, October 22, 2021, at First Baptist Church in the Main Sanctuary with Pastor Jeff Gravens officiating. Visitation will be held at 9 a.m. Mrs. Hogan passed away on October 10, 2021, at Christus Mother Frances – Sulphur Springs. Patricia was born on January 1, 1942, in Youngstown, Ohio, to Andrew and Anges (Hatala)...

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2 Sulphur Springs Men Jailed In Hopkins County Tuesday On Controlled Substance Charges
Oct13

2 Sulphur Springs Men Jailed In Hopkins County Tuesday On Controlled Substance Charges

Two Sulphur Springs men were jailed in Hopkins County Tuesday on controlled substance charges, according to arrest reports. Jail Transfer Kedaron Dion Franklin (HCSO jail photo) Deputy Steve Huffman traveled to Hunt County jail in Greenville, where Kedaron Dion Franklin was being held on four Hopkins County warrants. Huffman took custody of Franklin at 12:09 p.m. Oct. 12, 2021, and transported the 35-year-old Sulphur Springs man to...

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Distinguished SSHS Stringed Orchestra Students
Oct13

Distinguished SSHS Stringed Orchestra Students

Five Sulphur Springs High School Stringed Orchestra students distinguished themselves over the weekend at Region Audition. This list of accomplished strings musicians includes Jonathan Gloar, Daphne Valles, Daniel Elam, Khira Young, and Marco Rivera. Johnathan Gloar made 7th chair viola, Daniel Elam made viola alternate and Daphne Valles made 6th chair cello, according to SSMS & SSHSString Orchestra Director Hannah Kirby. Gloar...

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