Scrap Tire Agreement, Park Drilling Ordinance Among Matters Address By Sulphur Springs City Council
Nov06

Scrap Tire Agreement, Park Drilling Ordinance Among Matters Address By Sulphur Springs City Council

Sulphur Springs City Hall, 201 North Davis St., Sulphur Springs, Texas An ordinance amendment which will increase the city’s chances of obtaining a grant was given approved, on first reading, by Sulphur Springs City Council Tuesday night. Also approve by the council Tuesday night were resolutions adopting a fund balance policy, in support of a local apartment group’s application for funding assistance for renovations and...

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Greenville Is Outgained But Uses Defense and Kickoff Returns To Top The Wildcats Friday Night
Oct26

Greenville Is Outgained But Uses Defense and Kickoff Returns To Top The Wildcats Friday Night

wildcat logo ssisdGreenville Lions The Wildcats Football Team’s defense deserved a better fate on a rainy Friday night, Oct. 25, at Gerald Prim Stadium. Despite only one offensive touchdown, the Greenville Lions outscored the Wildcats, 25-13 using a defensive touchdown and two kickoff returns for scores. The Lions, who have not made the playoffs since 2003, moved one step closer Friday night. The Lions improved to 4-2 in...

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North Hopkins Alumni Homecoming 2019
Oct17

North Hopkins Alumni Homecoming 2019

The annual North Hopkins Alumni Homecoming was held on Saturday, October 12, 2019. There were thirty-nine attendees for the event. Dr. Darin Jolly, North Hopkins ISD Superintendent, led a tour of the campuses. A video presentation, created by Amie Davidson and her technology students, was played in honor of the Classes of 1969, 1979, and 1989 for their 50-, 40-, and 30-year reunion, while the guests enjoyed a meal catered by...

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Norman Colyer Announces Candidacy
Sep17

Norman Colyer Announces Candidacy

I would like to announce my intent to run for re-election to the office of Hopkins County Constable Precinct 1. I have held this office since January 1, 2011, and it has been my honor to serve the citizens of Hopkins County during this time. As Constable, I am proud to be part of a rich heritage in Law Enforcement that began in 1823, when Stephen F. Austin appointed the first Constable in what would soon be Texas. Since starting my...

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Hopkins-Rains Retired School Personnel 50th Anniversary
Aug22

Hopkins-Rains Retired School Personnel 50th Anniversary

Hopkins-Rains Retired School Personnel are hosting a 50th anniversary celebration on September 10th at Venue219 on Main Street in Sulphur Springs beginning at 10am. The organization was originally named the Sulphur Springs Area Retired School Personnel. The public is invited to the reception. Past Presidents and long-time members will be recognized at 10:30am and the TRTA State President, Patricia Macias will also speak for a few...

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*Updated* Broadway Closed For 9 Hours Due to Major Gas Leak
Apr29

*Updated* Broadway Closed For 9 Hours Due to Major Gas Leak

South Broadway Street was finally reopened after midnight Monday, about 9 hours after the section of roadway from Wildcat Way to Duckworth Street was closed to traffic due to a natural gas line bging struck. Residents and business owners in the area were warned around 3 p.m. to not start their cars in the vicinity as a result of a major natural gas leak. Utility crews damaged a large line traversing the area and have closed off all of...

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SSISD Early Release Set for Thursday
Nov12

SSISD Early Release Set for Thursday

All students and staff in the Sulphur Springs ISD will be released an hour early on Thursday, November 15th. Buses will also run one hour ahead of their regular schedule. This will allow everyone time to travel to the football playoff game in Frisco. 

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re: Springtime, Annual Fire Safety Reminders
Mar13

re: Springtime, Annual Fire Safety Reminders

Hopkins County Fire Chief Andy Endsley is also Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC) for Hopkins County, and fire safety awareness is part of his duty. He visited on the Good Morning Show with Enola Gay to remind citizens of the importance of fire safety inside and outside their homes, especially now as Spring arrives. When birds begin to chirp outside, are your smoke detectors also chirping? They may need new batteries, or they may...

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North Hopkins FFA Chapter Looks Forward to NETLA Show February 22-24, 2018
Feb06

North Hopkins FFA Chapter Looks Forward to NETLA Show February 22-24, 2018

              By Reporter Breanna Hicks The holiday and New Year season was fast and furious for the North Hopkins FFA! The 53-member chapter finished up the holidays with one of their favorite service projects, the SCAT program. The chapter received the names of two local senior citizens in need and asked them to write a Christmas list to “Santa”. The chapter got as many of the items as we could and spent a day delivering the special...

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“Tis the Season”! DBA “Ladies Night Out” Brings Prizes and Christmas Cheer!
Dec19

“Tis the Season”! DBA “Ladies Night Out” Brings Prizes and Christmas Cheer!

This trio of merchant members of DBA are joining about three dozen other businesses to launch a fun night for shopping in Sulphur Springs this week.  On Thursday December 21, 2017 downtown merchants  and merchants throughout the city limits will keep their doors open with extended hours and door prizes for shoppers who register between 6 and 8 pm. Unadvertised markdowns and specials as well as refreshments will be the rule inside many...

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