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Grand Jury Indictments for February, 2019
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Grand Jury Indictments for February, 2019

A Hopkins County Grand Jury handed up 53 indictments in February. Among those indicted were: CARTER, HEVELYN Hevelyn Carter for burglary of a building. (See Story below) Vondrick Deshawn Gomes for three counts of burglary of a building. Hopkins County Sheriff Lewis Tatum says he does not like thieves so he was pleased when a Fort Worth man and a woman were arrested shortly after a Como convenience store was burglarized. Sheriff Tatum...

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Channel 18 News: Thursday, February 28, 2019
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Wood County Sheriff’s Report February 20-26, 2019
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Wood County Sheriff’s Report February 20-26, 2019

Wood County Sheriff’s Report for February 20, 2019 to February 26, 2019 include: February 20th Deputies were dispatched to FM 182 near Alba, at approximately 8:21 a.m., in reference to criminal mischief. Actors, or actors unknown, damaged the reporting party’s property. This case has been forwarded to investigators. Deputies were dispatched to FM 2869 near Hawkins, at approximately 9:14 a.m., in reference to criminal trespass....

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Linda Marlene Clayton Hines
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Linda Marlene Clayton Hines

Linda Marlene Clayton Hines of Commerce, Texas passed away Wednesday, February 20, 2019, in Sun City West, Arizona, at the Banner Del E. Hospital. Linda was born November 7, 1955. The daughter of James and Lena Mae Clayton. She attended school in Commerce, Texas and married Elmar Hines Sr. on May 21, 1971 in Hopkins County. Together with her husband she had four children, and often would take on the responsibility of raising her...

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Two Local Men Arrested for Burglary of Motor Vehicle
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Two Local Men Arrested for Burglary of Motor Vehicle

When Sulphur Springs Police responded to a call at apartments on West Industrial Drive, they found a group of male subjects wearing all black inside a parked vehicle with the doors open. The subjects ran away when the officers approached. Told to stop, Jakwavian Goodson, 22, and a second individual, both of Sulphur Springs continued running through several backyards, jumping several fences. Officers continued the chase until Goodson...

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Hearts of Life Presents CeCe for Adoption
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Hearts of Life Presents CeCe for Adoption

Meet CeCe! CeCe is a 3 year-old Shepherd/Pyrenees mix. He is a very loving, very playful, and very big pup! He is always happy to see you and loves giving big hugs! His adoption fee is $100.00 which includes all previous vetting, neuter and rabies shot. Please contact us by phone at 903-439-5019, email at [email protected], Petfinder.com or...

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Cipoletta Said the Difference was Patience; Wildcats Face Highland Park Friday in Regional Tournament
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Cipoletta Said the Difference was Patience; Wildcats Face Highland Park Friday in Regional Tournament

In their 56-44 win over Lufkin Tuesday night (February 26), the Wildcats’ basketball team trailed the Panthers at the half, 18-16. The second half was a different story as the Wildcats outscored Lufkin, 40-26. Wildcats Basketball Coach Clark Cipoletta said the difference was patience. He said in the first half, the Wildcats were trying to create their own shot opportunities and were working too hard to score. During halftime,...

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Saltillo Lost Heartbreaker at Regional Quarter Final
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Saltillo Lost Heartbreaker at Regional Quarter Final

The Saltillo Lions’ basketball team lost a heartbreaker Tuesday night (February 26). Slidell topped the Lions, 44-42 in a Regional Quarterfinal game. Slidell built an 11 point lead after three quarters. The Lions fourth quarter rally came up just 2 points short. Ben Moore led the Lions with 18 points. Edi Olayo had 9 points. Matthew Gurley scored 8 points. Chris Boekhorst had 5 points. Levi Hoover had 2 points. The Lions end the...

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Three Wildcats Sign Letters of Intent to Play College Football
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Three Wildcats Sign Letters of Intent to Play College Football

Three Wildcats’ football players signed letters of intent to play college football Wednesday (February 27). Two of them, both receivers and safeties, Austin Dodd and Landry Tyson, are going to Texas A&M-Commerce. Dodd said the school invited both of them to visit. Both got tours and they both said they really liked it. Dodd said it felt like home to him. Dodd said indications are the Lions intent to use him as a slot...

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Chamber Connection: February 28, 2019
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Chamber Connection: February 28, 2019

Google is presenting locally for a Chamber Lunch + Learn The Chamber will be hosting a Lunch + Learn presented by Google, sponsored by Chad’s Media, on Friday, March 15th at 11:30 a.m. at the Sulphur Springs Country Club.  Google will be presenting on “Reaching Customers Online”. Learn how customers can find your business online and how to promote your online presence using search engine optimization (SEO) and online advertising....

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